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Neosporin Rebate–Make $5.00 at Walgreens!

We are still hoping that we will find a mail-in rebate certificate for the Neosporin Essentials Trial Pack in the paper tomorrow, but just in case, we have a printable rebate certificate available here.

Requirements

1.  Buy 1 Neosporin Essentials Trial Pack between 3/18 and 3/26.
2.  Send in the original rebate certificate along with the UPC barcode cut from the package (tape it onto the rebate certificate in the allocated space) and the original store identified cash register receipt with the product purchase circled.
3.  All must be received on or before 4/15.
4.  Receive a check for the circled price of the product for up to $15.00, while supplies last. Allow 6-8 weeks for delivery.
5.  Limit 1 rebate per household mailing address; group submissions are void.
6.  Store receipts must be from the same state as the consumer’s address.
7.  PO Box addresses are not acceptable.

We know that there has been a lot of interest in this deal, so we suggest that you print this rebate certificate now as the form clearly states that the offer is only available while supplies last. There is also no mention of coupon usage in the criteria for the rebate, so we are still hopeful that this is a $5.00 moneymaker!

Neosporin Essentials Trial Pack, 3 pack $12.99
Buy 1, Submit $12.99 Mail in Rebate 
Use $5.00/1 – Neosporin Essentials Trial Pack – (neosporinessentials.com)
Or $3.00/1 – Neosporin Essentials product – (neosporinessentials.com)
Or $3.00/1 Neosporin Essentials product from SS 1/22 (exp 3/31)
Or $2.00/1 Neosporin Essentials from SS 3/18 (exp 5/31)
Or $1.00/1 Neosporin Product from SS 3/18 (exp 6/30)
Pay $7.99, Submit Mail in Rebate ($12.99)
Final Price: $5.00 Moneymaker

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90 thoughts on “Neosporin Rebate–Make $5.00 at Walgreens!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Can I use my RR to pay for it and still get the rebate?

  2. Anonymous says:

    I got mine at Walmart today for around $11.47, then used my coupon!! :)

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  4. Anonymous says:

    raqcho - It won’t let me post a response under your comment.  You should be fine to print your rebate form in black and white ink!

  5. Anonymous says:

    I bought my trial pack at Rite Aid, and because I get 20% off it was less expensive than purchasing from Walgreens.  If you get 20% you may want to buy it at Rite Aid, too.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I have the $5q and rebate form but having trouble finding the trial pack.  Because it’s new, my Rite Aid and Food Lion don’t have it, is my best bet CVS or Walmart?  Small community so shelf clearing is very common :(

    • Anonymous says:

      do you have a walgreens?

      • Anonymous says:

        We have a CVS and a Walmart but Walgreens and Target are 45 miles away.
        Thanks for the info though!

        • Anonymous says:

          does anyone know the answer to my question i posted above..i would really appreciate it.

        • Anonymous says:

          Walmart is generally cheaper than CVS.  I believe CVS has these marked at $12.00 this week (although there may be slight regional price differences). It will depend on whether or not you mind paying more out of pocket.  I would go with whichever place has them cheaper.  Where are you located?

          • Anonymous says:

            I’m in Colonial Beach, VA.  We have a Walmart and a CVS about 25 mins. away.  Rite Aid is just down the street but they don’t have it in yet. Walmart is cheaper so I’ll try there first, thank you!

    • Anonymous says:

      saw it at walmart when i went today for 11.47

  7. Anonymous says:

    This may be a dumb question but is it okay if I print the rebate in back and white? I only have a black and white laser printer.

    • Anonymous says:

      unrelated questions WHICH PRICE DO YOU CIRCLE ON THE JUST FOR MEN MIR THE SALE PRICE ON MY RECEIPT SAYS (6.99) BUT I USED A MANUFACTURES COUPON FOR 2.00 OFF SO WHAT DO I DO?please answer i and thanks.i will be mailing off today…Also will cocoa krispies work for the KELLOGS gas card rebate???i will be mailing 1 off today.

      • Anonymous says:

        The rebate form says to circle the “purchase price,” which was $6.99.  It doesn’t say anythingf about coupon use or circling the coupons used, so I think you are okay with circling just the purchase price.

        I don’t think tha Cocoa Krispies will work for the gas card rebate.  Here are the list of cereals that are included: Kellogg’s® All-Bran® Original cereal, Kellogg’s® All-Bran® Bran Buds® cereal, Kellogg’s® All-Bran® Complete® Wheat Flakes® cereal, Kellogg’s® Smart Start® Strong Heart Antioxidant cereal, Kellogg’s® Corn Flakes® cereal, Kellogg’s® Raisin Bran® cereal, Kellogg’s® Raisin Bran® Crunch cereal, Kellogg’s® Crispix® cereal, Kellogg’s® Product 19® cereal, Kellogg’s® Mueslix® cereal, Kellogg’s® Cracklin’ Oat Bran® cereal, Kellogg’s® Lowfat Granola with Raisins cereal, Kellogg’s® Lowfat Granola without Raisins cereal, Kellogg’s® Lowfat Granola Original cereal, Kellogg’s® Rice Krispies® cereal, Kellogg’s® Rice Krispies® Gluten Free cereal10 oz or larger, mix or match

    • Anonymous says:

      what is a laser printer?

      • Anonymous says:

        Inkjet printer use liquid ink sprayed through microscopic nozzles onto the paper, and laser printers use a toner cartridge (filled with fine powder) and a heated fuser. But what’s the real difference… the cost! Inkjet printer cost less up front but you end up spending more in the long run on ink . Laser printer cost more up front but you spend less the the long run on cartridges and you by them less often. Oh and and laser has a crisper look to the print.

        • Anonymous says:

          can you refill the laser printer cartridges at walgreens?i have an inkjet printer that i can’t refill at walgreens.i found a laser printer and a toner cartidge  at essex for about 40 bucks..i am trying to see if it is better to buy that..the big question is can you refill at walgreens?

  8. Anonymous says:

    Did you click the link we posted above? Click the blue word “here.”

  9. Anonymous says:

    What I don’t understand, is doesn’t everyone just ask their cashier to print out a Rebate Receipt?  Those don’t show what coupons you used at all and just have the store price ($12.99), not what you paid.  That’s what I always do for rebates, and I’ve never had any problems getting the full amount back.

  10. I am moving next week to a different state (Military reasons) but would like to do this rebate but am concerned about it stating that the store receipt must be in the same state as the address… do you think if I wrote a letter and attached it to the rebate form explaining the situation they would still allow me to receive the rebate????

  11. Anonymous says:

    Went to my WG store today, and they told me the store manager ordered 40-80 of the neosporin thinking it was “12.99 SAVINGS IN SUNDAY PAPER”, but it really meant MIR. 

    They told me they’re going to try to print the rebate forms and leave it near the Neosporin in hopes to get rid of that huge order! OUCH!

    Used the $5/1 coupon today, and will mail the rebate tomorrow morning. Good luck everyone! ^___^

  12. Anonymous says:

    Are you clicking the link to the coupons that we have posted in the deal scenario? Here is the link: http://www.neosporinessentials.com/coupons.php

  13. Not sure if anyone else had this issue, but my reciept says (1) 3.00 coupon for neosporin, this was the printable. Then it said my $4 and $3.00 RR were also Neosporin coupons on my reciept. Which means I will probably only get a few dollars back from the rebate. Our Walgreens has a new computer system. I would recommend not using your RR for purchase of rebate items!!!!

    • Anonymous says:

      Ok not exactly sure what to do on this rebate krazy coupon lady please answer.i paid 13.99 at walgreens and i had a 5.00 of coupon do i get the 13.99  or do i just get 13.99-5.oo =7.99 back..what do i do?

      • Anonymous says:

        Per the rebate form, it says to circle the item and price (so $13.99). The form  does not say anything about coupon use so we believe that you will be refunded $13.99.  The company may not have considered the high coupon useage and may change the rebate criteria but we won’t know until the rebates start coming in.  I hope this helps.

        • Anonymous says:

          ok thankyou now i know what to do..i have an unrelated question..my daughter posted on here under a name and when she comes to write something it won’t let her..but when i come to write something on the comments it allows me.why is this happening?

          • Anonymous says:

            Hmmm…. I’m not sure.  Maybe have her completely shut down her computer and then restart it.  Then try again (sorry, I know that that is a pain).  Let us know if that keeps happening to her.  We want to make sure that she can post!

  14. Oh yay! I finally got the $5/1 coupon. Try again, ladies (and gents. :)

  15. Anonymous says:

      I bought 3 Neosporin. For myself and 2 neighbors(w/no pc)

    1st printed rebate good. 2nd & 3rd printed
    rebates the word Neosporin is smudged out. Any idea on where else to get
    a different link to print? 

    It’s like it knows I printed once already.

  16. Anonymous says:

    To the people who cannot print the coupon  Mine printed out fine
    I clicked on the world here ( in blue ) under the picture of the Neosporin on the KCL and had no problem

  17. Anonymous says:

    I bought 3 Neosporin. 1st printed rebate good. 2nd & 3rd printed rebates the word Neosporin is smudged out. Any idea on where else to get a different link to print? 
    It’s like it knows I printed once already.

    • Anonymous says:

      The link we have posted in the only link that we are aware of.  Remember that there is only 1 rebate per household!

  18. Anyone else having trouble printing out the $5/1 coupon? I tried printing from the walmart and the manufacture’s website.

  19. Tina Beach says:

    How do we get the rebate form? My paper didn’t have one it. Thanks

  20. Anonymous says:

    Is there a difference if the rebate form was in the paper and we didn’t have to use the one from the website?

    • Anonymous says:

      I didn’t get a rebate form in my paper, so without seeing it in person, I can’t say for sure.  I would say that they are most likely the same.  You can click our link to the online erbate form and compare it to the one you have.

  21. Robyn Cherise says:

    The $5 coupon says that it not for the trial size! Anyone else see that?

    • Anonymous says:

      It says “excludes INDIVIDUAL trial sizes” but says “save $5.00 on the purchase of any trial PACK” You have to buy the trial PACK.

    • Anonymous says:

      It specifices that it is for the Trial Pack.  You should be okay to use it!

  22. Lolita Mia says:

    nice ty for the info

  23. Eva Coronita says:

    I’m playing it safe and getting my coupon value after I purchase the product as if i forgot the coupon in the car. It won’t show on the receipt and should not affect the rebate. 

    • Teresa Luna says:

      How do you get your coupon value after the purchase?

      • Eva Coronita says:

         I wrote this in a different area.  You make the purchase and don’t use the coupon (usually make the purchase with another item).  You leave the store like you are going to your car and come back with the coupon saying you forgot to use it. The manager will credit you the money for the coupon and you keep the original receipt not showing the coupon.  I do this all the time because I always forget my coupons at home and just come back later to redeem them.  Clear?

        • Kati Long says:

          I don’t reccomend this for 2 reasons.  1st and most important, it’s dishonest.  If you actually forgot your coupon, that’s one thing, but purposely doing so is wrong.  Also, lots of stores will make you return the item, then buy it again to use the coupon, which will mean more work for everyone.

          • Also, doesn’t the store have to keep a record of the scanned coupons so the manufacturers can see that the correct product was actually purchased?  This may screw the store out of the money that should be reimbursed to them.

            • Charity Name says:

               Nope. I’ve been a manager in retail.  We have this advanced technology nowadays that pulls up all the information from the barcode on the receipt.  Everything is linked to that and is pulled up on the computer system in the back office and that is why the store can accept the coupon after the fact because they can trace it back.  Did this for over 6 years..I think i would know. It is the system as when you go to Target or Kohls without a receipt and they can look up your purchases with your credit card.

          • Anonymous says:

            Thanks for this comment, Kati!

          • Anonymous says:

            Besides, the rebate doesn’t say anything about not being able to use a coupon or less a coupon.  Even if you get a rebate check for $7 or $7.99…it’s still free!  Do you really need to ‘cheat’ the system to get an extra $5?

            • Charity Name says:

               I agree, but I think it is better that KCL not promote the “$5.00 moneymaker” until they KNOW for sure that it is exactly that. It can be misleading to people who are striving to save every penny.  During these times when gas is an arm and a leg and food is expensive, I would think that people are just becoming that desperate to save money, and if the idea is promoted as extra money, than people may just try what they can to get it.  Ift may not be you or me, but you never know who. Let’s be fair, if you don’t know for sure it is  a moneymaker, then don’t sell the idea that it is.  It seems very misleading IMO

            • Anonymous says:

              We definately don’t want to be misleading. We publish the best deals possible (in this case the $5.00 mm) but hope that people remember that 1) deals are always regional, 2) stores and managers have the right to make individual decisions, and 3) that each company who offers a rebate can change the rebate terms at any time.  We want to save everyone as much money as possible and because the rebate did not state that they prohibit coupon use in conjunction with the rebate, we belive that this will be a moneymaker.

          • Anonymous says:

            I actually forgot to use a coupon at Walgreens recently – I got chatting with the cashier and forgot to give her the coupon – and a RR printed so she couldn’t go back and give me credit for the coupon. I guess I could have pressed the issue, but I didn’t. I wouldn’t fool with going back after the fact if I could avoid it.

          • Like CVS… This happened to me the other day… I forgot my coupon, came back and it’s not like Publix that gives you the cash value of the coupon.  They made me return the product, refunded my cc and then I bought it again…

        • Robyn Cherise says:

          That is not how you should coupon, its like lying eventually they add up!

        • Anonymous says:

          We replied under your other comment, but we do want to remind everyone that we only suggest doing this if you honestly forget a coupon.  We don’t want to make a habit of doing this or doing it intentionally. 

          • Anonymous says:

            My CVS lady said they are going to change their return policy because of people doing things like this! She said that customer will NOT even be able to put it back on a gift card. So the stores ARE aware of this.

    • Anonymous says:

       If you purchase it with a coupon and buy other things, how are they going to tell what the coupon was used for? You should probably reconsider doing this, or next time keep it to yourself because what you’re saying is really unethical.

      I bought the 2 colgate toothbrushes, the neosporin, and a hydro razor and used coupons, a cvs coupon, and my ecb. My coupons only states “cvs coupon” and “coupon” with the totals. Unless they know that the $5.00 coupon was from them and not schick or colgate, I don’t see how they would reject this. Like the post says, it says nothing in the rebate about not using a coupon, it says “Receive a check for the circled price of the product for up to $15.00″ which means you’ll circle the $12.00 price.

      • Charity Name says:

        There is nothing I see unethical about it. If it was, don’t you think the store manager would tell me so every week I shop? If you forget coupons or want to use them after the fact (like you are too busy to coupon or want an item and are waiting for a paper to be delivered) there is nothing wrong with that.  I’ve never had a problem nor had a manager say anything against submitting a coupon after the fact.  I’d suggest you contact your local store and get their policy on using coupons after the purchase (like i did and why I still do it).  My walgreens says it is no problem :)

        • Linda Maness says:

          I have always wandered how these “clipping services” get their coupons.  Makes you wander huh. 

        • Anonymous says:

           My CVS manager said they will not take it, you must return the items then check out again. So maybe YOUR cvs is ok with that, but it’s unethical, even KCL said something about it. Just saying, I would keep something like that to yourself because some of us that use coupons would rather see them used correctly instead of misusing them.

          Well, write KCL about clipping services. They posted a while back they use them, the point was about going back to use a coupon.

          So just a heads up to whoever MIGHT plan on doing this, call your CVS, mine said you’d have to return everything in order to use the coupons and I have a VERY coupon friendly store. Might not be worth the effort.

  24. Angela White says:

    There was no rebate form in the DC area paper, just a link to the web form. I would imagine it’d be the same everywhere.

    • Angela White says:

      Also, I plan to do this at CVS instead of Walgreens because CVS has it for $12.00 (less out of pocket cost, though it ends up being the same moneymaker), and because the Walgreens receipts from the new register system sometimes does itemize coupons, whereas the CVS receipt does not. Probably wouldn’t matter, but something to consider.

    • Anonymous says:

      Thanks for the update!

      • Lovin Summer says:

        I can’t print the coupons for this product, anyone having the same issue?? I only get a blank page…oh well, still a good deal…off to cvs!

        • Anonymous says:

           I am having the same problem. I to am only getting a blank page:( Was wondering if there was something wrong with the site?

    • Tina Beach says:

      Angela- could you share the link to the web form. My paper had nothing but the coupon. I can’t find the rebate form! Thanks