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TARGET: Rimmel Mascara for ONLY $0.24!

Posted by Ro · April 8, 2011 12:19 pm

Coupons.com just released a new HOT printable coupon for $2 off ANY Rimmel Product!

Target deal scenario:

Rimmel Extra Super Lash Mascara as low as $2.24
Use the $2/1 coupon found here (under ‘Personal Care’ category) (Don’t mind the “Walgreens” wording… this us a manufacturer coupon, therefore it can be used anywhere!)
FINAL COST: $0.24!

Let us know if you score this deal!

1 Michelle McNulty April 8, 2011 at 2:03 PM

the coupon says Walgreens…is that okay?

2 Roland April 8, 2011 at 2:59 PM

Yes. Walgreens is just a “suggestion” of to where you can use the coupon. As long as it says “MANUFACTURER COUPON” on the actual coupon, you can use it anywhere.

3 Cali K. April 9, 2011 at 12:25 PM

Roland, I believe you are incorrect about this coupon being used at a different store than what is listed on the coupon. If you could get it in writing that Walgreens is just a “suggestion” that would be great, because I called coupons.com a month ago regarding the coupons that say a particular store’s name and they informed me if the internet coupon says “Walgreens”, “Walmart”, etc., it is not just a suggestion, the coupon can only be used at that store. Everyone is all over someone else’s case about supposed coupon fraud, and here you are giving advice on something for which you don’t have anything to back up your statement. I received the exact opposite information from a phone call to coupons.com. Your advice to Michelle M. is akin to your tip several weeks ago on how to avoid watching the Rite Aid Video Values (which I noticed was gone from the next week’s post). Your response to her question is a perfect example of misinformation being given as fact, which leads to people skirting the rules, purposely or otherwise because they’ve been given the wrong information from a blog they think they can trust to know what the rules are. I am sure you’re aware that “I would never commit coupon fraud” has become a daily mantra on blogs all over the web these past 2 days, and if a certain someone had walked into Target with a coupon that clearly says “Available at Walgreens”, everyone would be persecuting her for that as well. If you could get something in writing from coupons.com that the wording on the coupon is just a suggestion, or do your own research to back up your statement that the coupon can be used elsewhere, that would be great because I’d love to be wrong about this issue since I particularly dislike when a coupon says “Walmart” because I don’t like shopping there. Additionally, according to both Walgreens’ and Target’s coupon policies, they do not accept competitor coupons, indicating that it IS NOT OK to use a coupon in their store that has the name of a different store on it. Walgreens: http://www.walgreens.com/topic/help/generalhelp/coupon_policy_main.jsp?_requestid=37856 Target: http://www.target.com/b/ref=br_bx_4/191-1196723-8285861?ie=UTF8&node=2223357011 Walmart’s policy is a little more confusing but states they will not accept “dollars/cents off at a specific retailer”, leading me to believe a coupon for $2.00 off Rimmell “available at Walgreens” would not be acceptable (but some other competitors’ coupons, such as an advertisement’s price match would be allowed) http://walmartstores.com/download/4730.pdf

4 Roland April 9, 2011 at 2:00 PM

Thanks for your feedback. A manufacturer coupon is a manufacture coupon that can be used at ANY store unless it states “Redeem only at [insert store name]“. If it merely says Walgreens, that doesn’t mean you have to use it at Walgreens. Wording is what matters within a coupon. In addition, I will be calling Coupons.com to confirm this.

Everything I post is completely legitimate and never would I allow my readers to commit fraud.

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