Olay Rebate Matchup – Free Plus Profit!
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Olay Rebate Matchup – Free Plus Profit!

Posted on Tuesday, February 16th, 2010 at 7:30 am
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Here’s how you can match a rebate with coupons and in store deals.

Take a look at the Olay $15 rebate. You have until March 12 to buy any 3 Olay Facial Moisturizers, Facial
Treatments, Facial Cleansers, Hand & Body Lotions, Body Washes or 6+ Bar Soap Packs. Here’s how you can do this at several stores:

Walmart:  Olay Ultra Moisture Lotions on sale for  $3.87, buy 3.  Use  three $1 cpns (PG 1/17).  Out of pocket expense is $8.61, send for $15 rebate, your final price is free with a PROFIT!  Olay Regenerist Moisturizers  on sale for $6.30.  Use  $3 cpns (PG 2/7).  Send for $15 rebate.  Use as many of these $3 coupons as you have, and that will determine how much you make on this deal.  If you use three $3 coupons, you can make a profit.

Target has gift card offers.  You can’t pass this one up:  Buy 3 Venus Razors for $6.99 each, buy one Fusion Razor for  $6, and buy three Olay Body Wash for $5.50.  Use three $2 Venus (PG 2/7),  $4 Fusion (PG 2/7), and  three free Olay body Wash when you buy  Venus Razor (PG 2/7).  Your out of pocket expense is $16.  Get $15 back in Target gift cards.  Send for Olay $15 rebate.  You cannot pass that one up!

I love matching up deals.  I love the look on the cashier’s face when I make out like this.

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