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Harmon: Free Palmers Cocoa Butter Stick


Harmon: Free Palmers Cocoa Butter Stick

Earier in the week I posted a $2/1 Palmers Cocoa Butter with Vitamin E Coupon.  If you have a Harmon Store by you, then you can grab these for free.

The Palmers Cocoa Butter with Vitamin E Swivel Stick is priced at $2.49.  Use your Bed, Bath & Beyond 20% off coupon stacked with the $2/1 Palmers Cocoa Butter to make them free.

Here is the deal:

Palmers Cocoa Butter with Vitamin E Swivel Stick $2.49 (price may vary)
use 20% off Bed, Bath & Beyond Coupon (can use expired coupons too)
and use $2/1 Palmers Coupon (coupon will be e-mailed to you)
Free after coupon

Don’t have a Harmon?  Check out the Target Deal for Palmer Cocoa Butter Stick for only $0.34.

Thanks Rachel!

 


  • Tricia

    You can get a bed bath and beyond coupon from registering at their site… it will be emailed to you.

  • robin

    Does Harmon have the condition that you can only use as many coupons as items? Like for your scenario, would you need to buy another item, since you are using two coupons?

    • Anonymous

      i usually give the cashier the store coupon then the manufacture coupon without any problems :)

  • JT

    The coupon specifically excludes this item…

    • Amanda

      The one I printed from my email doesn’t exclude it. I had no problem using it at Walmart. And at Walmart I only paid $.17 per stick.

  • Gina D

    My coupon I got from here does not scan and they won’t let me use it :(

  • Anonymous

    does anyone know the coupon policy at this store? i have seen people use the 20% off with 5 dollar store coupons how is that possible???

    • David

      Those people were not following the store policy. As a former employee and still-current shopper, I can tell you that the $5 coupons can NOT be combined with a 20% or an in-store circular coupon. Any of those three coupon types CAN be combined with a manufacturer’s coupon though. The best possible way to save is buy things in multiples of 15 (two $5/$15 for a $30 purchase, three $5/$15 for a $45 purchase, etc.) and then use your manufacturer’s coupons after the BBB coupons. Also, this month is a gift card deal, where buying $20 of participating brands gets you a $5 giftcard (buying $40 gets you $10, buying $60 gets you $15, etc). That multiple of $20 is BEFORE *ANY* coupons get scanned, so spending $60 and using four 5/15 will get you a $15 card for spending $40, and that’s without factoring manu. coupons for additional savings :D










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