If you’re tired of cleaning your liquid soap dispensers, then you might be interested in trying the Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System Starter Kit, especially for just $0.99! The starter kit is priced at $9.99 at Target. Stack a Target coupon with a manufacturer coupon to bring the price down to just $3.99. That’s a pretty good price right there, but hold on–it gets even better! The April issue of All You magazine has a rebate form worth $3.00 when you buy a Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System Starter Kit. Combine the coupon stack and the rebate to score one for only $0.99!

Requirements

  • Send your original receipt dated between 3/21 – 5/9.
  • Send the completed rebate form located in the April issue of All You magazine, page 100.
  • Receive your rebate check for $3.00.
  • Requests must be postmarked by 6/9/12.

Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System Starter Kit $9.99, Regular Price
Use $3.00/1 Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System Starter Kit from SS 3/18
Or $3.00/1 Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System Starter Kit from SS 2/26
And use $3.00/1 Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System Starter Kit, Target Coupon from SS 3/11
Pay $3.99, Submit $3.00 Mail in Rebate from All You April 2012
Final Price: $0.99

Thanks, Totally Target 

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108 thoughts on “Lysol No-Touch Kitchen System Starter Kit Only $0.99 at Target!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I subscribed to the All You magazine will I still get the apirl issue with the rebate in it?

  2. I found some $3.50 off coupons at Dollar General yesterday attached to a display grabbed a few of them  (just a tad better then the $3 off ones i had) Going to try Target tonight to see how it goes……thank you KCL you are my favorite blog and I love what you are doing, I recently started couponing and like the others I’M HOOKED all thanks to you :)

  3. Anonymous says:

    I just came from Target & it was $6.54 also.  I had to double check the price lol. 

  4. Anonymous says:

    gdfgfd

  5. becca says:

    Both my Targets around here are completely OUT. I hope they restock soon!

  6. Anonymous says:

    The hand soap kit is on sale for $6.49 but the kitchen kit is $9.99.  Still a great deal after the rebate but moneymaker is better.  :)

  7. Anonymous says:

    These make awesome gifts! 

  8. Janelle King says:

    How did I miss the Target coupon from 3/11??? :( So bummed I have to miss out on this….I have the $3.00 off coupon and rebate form……just not the target coupon :(

    • the target coupon came with my sunday coupons. since i subscribe to 3 newspapers i got 3. chech maybe you got them there. I guess im lucky cause i got the 5 off target coupon on the revlon beauty tools too.

  9. I’m looking for the target coupon.. Cant find it…ARRR 

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s not a printable coupon unfortunately : (  It was a regional coupon in the newspaper inserts.

  10. Anonymous says:

    I got the lysol no touch hand soap system and it is great. You can turn it on and off. The soap smells good. And the sensor actually works. The item also comes with batteries. I only paid $0.49. They did not have the kitchen one, so they sold me the hand soap system. 

  11. Anonymous says:

    is the coupon still available? I can’t find it..

  12. Anonymous says:

    So dumb question but you have to have multiple copies of All You to get multiple rebates? I figure it’s one per household but I just send them to relatives that don’t coupon. Can’t make copies? Is that same as copying coupons? Which I would never do btw.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, you’d have to buy multiple copies. You’re supposed to mail in the original form to receive the rebate.

  13. Anonymous says:

    My 2 Targets near me never have any product to buy they always seem to be out. I got my at Rite Aid instead :)

  14. Anonymous says:

    I went to rite aid and asked the lady to scan the starter kit that has the free refill which did not have a sale label. It turns out these are included on the sale and up reward. The price is the same as the kit that has only one bottle of soap. So it is a better deal to get the one with the extra bottle of soap. Same price after coupon and up reward $2.88 , and if you send the rebate it will be free.

  15. Anonymous says:

    I found this at my Target for 6.49, with the coupons I paid only .49 +tax OOP! I don’t have the rebate form, but if you do… would be a money maker!

  16. Anonymous says:

    I found these for 6.50 at my Target so it was only .50 oop! A great deal even w/o the All you rebate. If I had the rebate it would be a moneymaker!

  17. Anonymous says:

    I found them (cucumber) at my target for 6.49!

  18. Anonymous says:

    Dumb question, but where do you find the Target coupon for this. I looked on the website, and in my mobile, but cant find the Target one

  19. In the new “one source” coupon book from publix there is a store coupon in there for all the people that didnt grab the deal at rite aid & target. Unsure what the price is at publix though..

  20. Anonymous says:

    If you got the  Lysol No-Touch  for hands and you don’t want to pay for the expensive refill, reuse the bottle. I tried to open it but I couldn’t, but my husband had the idea to open a hole on the top, which he did. Now we refill it with dish soap and use it in the kitchen. It works great. 8)

    • Anonymous says:

      I did that and it leaked down inside. I don’t know if that’s what killed it or not but it quit working after 2nd refill

  21. I found these on clearance at Walgreen’s for $6.15.

  22. where did you guys get the mail in rebate

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s available in the April issue of All You magazine on page 100. The magazine is sold at Walmart or by subscription only.

  23. Anonymous says:

    I have no use for this product! First person who can correctly answer my question below gets the rebate form from my All You magazine! (if you’re willing to entrust me with your mailing address). 

    Which store is the “store that started it all” for the KCL?
    :D

  24. Anonymous says:

    Does anyone know if these can be refilled just by opening the soap bottle and refilling it with your own liquid soap? So u dont have to always buy the refills?? Cuz the refills are expensive for a small thing of dish soap and there are never coupons for the refills!!

    • Anonymous says:

      I assume they’re the same “con” as the Lysol no-touch hand soap dispenser thing. I just followed a tutorial on youtube that tells you to drill a hole at the top of the soap bottle (big enough for your own soap refill to fit), and a smaller one nearby so the air can come out.

      It’s highly unsanitary, but it beats buying the tiny refills for the unit that costs more than a 64fl oz of refill soap :/

    • Anonymous says:

       You can make a hole w/ a screwdriver very very hot!!! and then refill the bottle w/ you favorite kitchen soap ( you can use a syringe). If you do it right it’ll look ok.

    • Anonymous says:

      I have been able to pry open my lysol no touch bottles. It takes some work to pry it open but it snaps back together fine. 

  25. Anonymous says:

    I think that Target changed their coupon policy. I was there today and was going to do separate transactions. The cashier said that I did not need to. I checked their coupon policy online and it was worded differently. Instead of  “one Target and one manufacturer coupon per transaction” it now says “one manufacturer and one target coupon for the same item” OH YEA HAPPY DAYS!!!!!

    • Anonymous says:

      You’re right, but the coupons themselves still say “limit one coupon or offer per guest.” Hopefully they change that too if we can use more than one of the same target coupon in one transaction.

      • I was just at Target a few days ago and purchased two Lysol Kitchen starter kits (with two refills each) for $9.99,  minus two manufacturer coupons and two Target coupons. I did not have to make two separate transactions. I go to my local Target in Alabama. The coupon policies may vary by state or maybe only certain Target stores have updated their coupon policy to date, it is so hard to say.

  26. charise.peacock says:

    Does anyone know if there is a way to get the regional coupons if they don’t come in my local newspaper? My area is terrible about coupons. We usually get 1 to 2 inserts each week and not many coupons. Just trying to figure out if there is a way I could get the other coupons. Thanks!

  27. Yeya Gomez says:

    I read Targets Policy and I can’t find where it talks about price match up, please help.

    • Linda Maness says:

      Their price match policy is on the wall by the Customer Service desk.  You have to have a current ad with you and it has to be the exact item.  They will price match up to 6 of 1 item. 

  28. Anonymous says:

    How much are you paying for the All You magazine?  Essentially you are paying for this rebate by purchasing the magazine.   So, in my view, .99 is not exactly accurate.

    • Anonymous says:

      The same could be said about purchasing newspapers, paper, and ink too.  In fact, you could even argue that the price of electricity to run your printer and computer detracts from the value of the coupon.  The savings we receive exceed the cost of these things, though.  As an example, I know a piece of paper and the ink I use to print a coupon is less than the $0.75 I will be saving using that particular coupon.  Thus, it is cost-effective to print it out.  When I say I saved $0.75 on a product, I don’t factor in the price of the paper, ink, or electricity.  Knowing these Krazy couponers, they probably spent a minimal amount for a subscription to All You magazine anyway.  Also, I don’t personally subscribe to that magazine, but I’d bet the rebate wasn’t the only coupon in that issue.  All things considered, it would be difficult to place an intrinsic value on each coupon.  But if we can look at these things (newspapers, magazines, ink, etc.) as costs that can’t be recovered, the savings really are accurate.

    • Anonymous says:

      It is my understanding that All You magazine has many coupons in every issue so there’s more value in it than just the rebate. Anyone that pays for newspapers is investing in the coupons saving them money in the long run.  

    • Anonymous says:

      I have a subscription to the magazine, which was 1.00 an issue, and like all my other  newspaper buys the subscription well pays for itself. I always use something out of it. This one had a 1.50 off mars Easter candy too no size restriction, so I will use that too. That is 4.50 right there when I pay 1.00 and issue for my subscription. 

    • Linda Maness says:

      The April All You has over $60 in coupons. I have the subscription for a year for $12.00 it was offered on one of the other sites.  If you buy them in the store it’s 2.49, but I have gotten some good deals with those coupons over the past year, they more than pay for themselves. 

    • Anonymous says:

      All You magazine has a ton of great coupons, plus I like to read it : ) so to me it’s worth it!

    • Kati Long says:

      All You cost about $2.50 from Walmart (though now I subscribe for $1 a month… too bad I don’t think it will take effect by April).  Also, there’s lots of coupons usually in it.  Usually around $70-$80 worth.  And, it has lots of fun ideas about things to do around the house, or ways to save money.  When I decide whether I’m going to buy it off the shelf, I usually stand there and look through the coupons.  If there’s $3 or more of coupons I would absolutely use (my brand, stuff my household uses all the time), I’ll buy it because then at least I’m going to get a slight entertainment value out of it.  Often I use more of the coupons as the month goes on, but if I know that I’ll recoup my losses, I can justify buying the mag. because I’m not losing money on it.  And at some point, some entertainment that doesn’t involve the tv or pc, or require other people is worth it.

  29. KCL, Is there any other source where we can get the mail in rebate, other than the All for you Magazine??

  30. well f you guys up to buying the kitchen set pick up the one with 2 refills !!! 

  31. Kati Long says:

    I went to lysol’s website to try to see if there was a rebate listed there since I don’t have a copy of All You for April yet and I REALLY don’t want to go to walmart.  So far, no luck finding the rebate BUT… I did find reviews.  they’re pretty mixed.  Some people love it, other people have horror stories of the system never working right from the second they brought it home… Might not hurt to take a look at the reviews before buying!  Now I can’t decide!

    • Amy Knight says:

       i just got my april all you. it is in there for a 3.00 rebate. mine is on page 100

    • Anonymous says:

      I bought 2 back in the fall. Both broke. I contacted Lysol and they sent me coupons you can use more than one of for the amount that I paid for the units (pre Q of course!). I bought another one last week and the design is a little different so maybe they’ve made improvements. For .99 what the heck? If nothing else you can still use the soap.

  32. Anonymous says:

    i didn’t see it in the rite aid as that’s weird
     

  33. MIA says:

    I pulled my rebate form out of my all you and noticed the writing was a little light and hard to read on the address.  Can someone tell me if the PO BOX # is correct and zip?  Po Box 2533  zip 55745-2533

  34. Didn’t get the Target cpn in my SS. Never do :(

  35. I had a $3 off Target Coupon for this product for last week’s paper and I had a $3 MC in this Sunday’s paper – the price at my Target Store was 6.49 so I got the whole thing for $0.49! (Missouri)

    • Same price here in Suffolk,VA. My husband couldn’t believe the savings.  He’s becoming a believer more and more everyday. With 3 kids and 6 sinks in the house stocking up on these was a no brainer!

    • I’m not trying to be a downer..,.. but the Kitchen No Touch dispenser is $9.99 the Bathroom Dispenser is on price cut for $6.49… Target coupon beeps because it MUST be the Lysol KITCHEN No Touch. Trust me I did this offer already and it’s not for the $6.49… 

    • Linda Maness says:

      My Target had them for $6.49, used the $3.00 Target coupon and a $3.50 Mfg Coupon that I picked up at Dollar General when they had a big display with coupon pad attached to the display.  You might want to check at Dollar General they had stacks of the $3.50 off MFG coupons.  I got 5 free today with the combination.  what a great deal

  36. Anonymous says:

    I dont know about this deal. You might run into some problems. It states on the SS coupon, cannot be combined with another coupon.

    • Lisa Johnson says:

      It can’t be combined with any other manufacturer coupon. But u can stack with target coupon.

      • Anonymous says:

        Trust me, some people will have problems.  For some reason when I go to the Target a little farther away (because it has more clearances than the one nearby).  I always get the manager.  I had her twice so far, she can sense me a mile away!  I could probably pull it off at the one nearby.  But I have no need for this item anyway.

  37. Anonymous says:

    Can I get the rebate form somewhere besides All You magazine?

  38. I have not gotten my magazine yet! But I am going to get one anyway!

  39. M Arzu says:

    If you price match with this weeks Rite Ad @ $6.88, this will be a $2.12 money maker!

    • Anonymous says:

      Unfortunately it won’t be a moneymaker. They will deduct the Target coupon before the price match and then lower the cost from $6.99 to $6.88 to match Rite Aid’s price. Then they will deduct the manufacturer coupon and you will pay $3.88. A little cheaper than the above scenario, but not a moneymaker : (

      • Anonymous says:

        Rite Aid takes Target coupons?
        I paid the $3.88 and each paid 8.88 with Coupons then got 2.00 in uprewards to use at Rite Aid.

        • Anonymous says:

          No, Rite Aid doesn’t accept Target coupons. I was talking about price matching at Target : )

  40. You can also price match Rite Aids ad for $6.88, then use the Target coupon & SS coupon & get it for .88cents. If you do have the all for you rebate form then it would come a moneymaker.

    • Shaina Graetz says:

       can you price match at Target?

      • Lisa Johnson says:

        yes with an ad!!!

      •  You can, but you have to have the ad and it has to be the exact item, size, etc. and a current ad. Just take it to customer service since they don’t PM at registers like Walmart.

        • Anonymous says:

          I was shocked, this past tuesday he ad matched at the register and didnt make me go to the service desk.

      • Erin Watkins says:

        You can price match at Target, but you can’t use a Target coupon along with a price match.

        • Anonymous says:

          Right, They take the target Q off first, if that goes lower then the ad price of another store thats waht you get. They wont PM first then take a TQ

          • Anonymous says:

            They PM for me then took off the coupons so it was .88 each

            • Anonymous says:

              I did the same deal. They even had 3 managers look at it and gave it to me anyhow. I think it’s not cool for target to say yes we will price match then say oh but we won’t accept our own stores coupon lol. 

              In the end you end up spending more on this product because of replacing batteries and soap-refills just saying!  

            • Anonymous says:

              The rationale for that is that a Target store coupon is seen as a sale price in Target’s eyes. So, using a Target sale price on top of another store’s sale price doesn’t quite make sense. The policy is clear, although I know that sometimes stores will not know it as well as us.

            • Anonymous says:

              Thank you for explanation! 

        • Anonymous says:

           That’s correct Erin, thanks for your input! :)

    • Heather says:

      Is it in the Rite Aid ad?  I couldn’t find it.  Could you tell me what page it is on please?

    • Paige Medvedeff says:

       My Target coupon policy states that Target coupons are applied before the price match is made. That means if you price match you can’t use the Target coupon.

      Therefore, you’re paying almost the same amount if you buy it from either Rite Aid or Target, and I don’t see any possible way this would be a money maker.

      This is good to know however in case either in your area run out.

      • Bonnie says:

        A guest can use coupons when price matching per Target’s normal coupon policy.
        When the guests presents a coupon(s), these steps will be followed:
        Manufacturer Coupons:
        Manufacturer coupons will be
        applied after the price match is made. Target
        Coupons:Target coupons will be applied before the price
        match is made. If the competitor price is still lower than the price after the
        Target coupon has been deducted, the ad match can be adjusted to match the
        competitor’s price. Combining both a Target and Manufacturer
        Coupons:The Target coupon will be applied before the price match is
        made. If the competitor price is still lower than the price after the Target
        coupon has been deducted, the ad match can be adjusted to match the competitor’s
        price. Once the price match is made the manufacturer coupon will be applied.
        Reminder: We accept one manufacturer coupon and one
        Target coupon for the same item unless either coupon prohibits it.Target
        does not ad match a competitors coupon-required offers.

    • Anonymous says:

      The Target coupon will be applied before the price match, and since the Rite Aid price is lower than $6.99, they will drop the price to $6.88. Then they will deduct the $3.00 manufacturer coupon, and you will pay $3.88. So not a moneymaker, but a few cents cheaper.

    • Anonymous says:

      Already did this on Tuesday, got 2 at .88.  May or may not if they look at it though.  Targets has 2 refills in it and it looks like the one at rite aid only has 1.

    • Anonymous says:

       Is it still on ad do you know?

    • Anonymous says:

      Please note that you cannot do an ad-match AND use a Target coupon at Target, per their policy.