New Coupon: Johnson & Johnson = Free At Target, CVS & Rite Aid

There is a new coupon available for $3.00 off any 2 Johnson & Johnson products.  The coupon does not have a size restriction so you can use this coupon to snag some free Johnson & Johnson First Aid To Go kits.  You can usually find them at Target or CVS priced around $0.99.  You can head over here to print your coupon.

Also, there is a $2.00 off any Johnson & Johnson Red Cross Brand Non Stick Pads.  Rite Aid has a $2.00 off in ad coupon as well as $1.00 +UP rewards.  I’m not sure of the price of this item but that would be $4.00 off +$1.00 back in +UP rewards.  I’m willing to bet these could be free and maybe even a moneymaker. Let us know if you find a deal on these.

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  • Michelle

    Just came from Target: bought 4 first aid kits (by the travel section)@ $0.97 = $3.88
    Used 2 coupons @$3.00=$2.12 moneymaker!

    Thanks!

    • Lori

      Same deal at CVS in the travel section.

  • Joy

    I found them in the travel section of Wal-Mart for $.97!

  • brick township grrrl

    The J&J non-stick pads are priced at $3.49 at Rite Aid. Use the $2 printable, plus the $2 q in the weekly circular. Throw in a cheap filler; I used the 50 cent lollipops. Pay 27 cents oop, get it all free, plus a $1 UP reward for your trouble! 🙂 If you have more than one printable, do each transaction seperately so that your UP reward will print for each one. I’ll correct myself …it’s not actually “all free”, but at 27 cents oop, how much closer can you get? I rocked this deal several times today. Have fun!

  • Bridget

    Tried to print the coupon but said that I had already printed the alotted amount even though I have never printed any of these before. O well!

    • Anonymous

      Are you at a public computer? That might be the issue. If you are at your place of work (if they allow using it personally), the library, or a school computer lab. I don’t seem to have a problem when I am at home on my own pc or at work on my non-networked PC otherwise I have problems 🙂