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Better than Free Glade Expressions Fragrance Mist at Target!

$1.00/1 – Glade Expressions Fragrance Mist Starter Kit – (
Available under zip code 62946 

Does your home need a little boost to smell as fresh as you’d like? Then we have the offer for you! I spotted Try Me Free rebate hangtags on the Glade Expressions Fragrance Mist Starter Kits at Target. Buy one using a coupon, mail in the rebate, and your house will smell fresh as a daisy (or whatever scent you choose) for free!


  • Buy any Glade Expressions Fragrance Mist Starter Kit between 4/1/12 and 12/31/12.
  • Mail the original cash register receipt with purchase price circled, the rebate hangtag, the product UPC and the completed form found here.
  • Receive rebate, up to $4.99.
  • Limit one per household.
  • All submitted rebates must be postmarked within 30 days of purchase.
  • All requests must be received by 2/15/13.

Glade Expressions Fragrance Mist $2.99, Regular Price
Use $1.00/1 – Glade Expressions Fragrance Mist Starter Kit – (
Pay $1.99, Submit Try Me Free Rebate
Final Price: $1.00 Moneymaker

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20 thoughts on “Better than Free Glade Expressions Fragrance Mist at Target!”

  1. Sharenagaddy says:

    the rebate says void in ct.

  2. Neyhernandez says:

    The 2.00 coupon from the glade GLADE DECOR from is working and taking 2.00 OFF.

  3. Walmart had the Apple Spice refill on sale for $1.50, used my $1.00 off refill and got it for .50 cents. Also got the Oil Diffuser starter kit for $5.00, used my $2.00 off coupon, got it for $3.00 and got the try me free…so it makes it a $2.00 money maker – yeah!!!

  4. Chirod says:

    How do you submit the UPC barcode since the bottle is plastic?  I can’t cut it off the bottle?

    • Anonymous says:

      If the bottle has a plastic “covering” you can just remove that. If not, I guess we’ll all have to cut our bottles?!

  5. Emily Pongracz says:

    I don’t think this is a moneymaker, but rather a freebie. It says it can’t be combined with other offers, so I’m guessing the coupon counts for that. Technically, I purchased it for $1.99, not $2.99 right? Or do coupons count as currency and not an “offer”?

  6. Holly Keney says:

    The refills are on sale for 1.99 from 2.99 right now and with a 1.00 MQ it is not a bad deal.

  7. 3450845 says:

    Glade will subtract the coupon if it shows up on the receipt! Might not be a money maker for everyone! 

  8. scratch that I got the wood deeeeeeefuser thing free

  9. LindaHargens says:

    I also did this a couple weeks ago.  I got one oil diffuser and one fragrance mist.  I got them in the same transaction so I sent the one receipt with both tags.  I think I payed $5.99 for the diffuser and $1.99 for the fragrance mist.  They sent me two emails saying that my $8.99 rebates were on their way.  $8.99 was the max for the diffuser.  They made a booboo what I will definitely not complain.  Plus I used the manufacturer coupons on the starter kits and had coupons for free refills when I bought the starter kit.  I know I printed the coupons a while ago and went to the store to check the price because they were expiring soon.  After coupons and rebates I got one diffuser and refill and a fragrance mist and refill and a profit of $13!!!

  10. Sarita says:

    Just went to Target and picked up the Pineapple & Mangosteen fragrance. Quick question: when it says purchase price, do I put the price of 2.99 or the price that I got it for with the coupon 1.99. Or do I put what I actually paid after tax? Sorry, I’m new to rebates..Also, on the little rebate tag, it doesn’t say anything about circling the purchase price but KCL says to so do I do it anyway or does it really matter? Thanks :)

    • Anonymous says:

      If you submit the rebate form (found above), it does state that the purchase price of $2.99 needs to be circled.

      • Emily Pongracz says:

         I think she’s asking, is the purchase price the $1.99, or the $2.99? Before the coupon, or after?

    • Emily Pongracz says:

       The rebate form you print (not the tag) is what tells you to circle the price.

  11. Yessica says:

    is it only one per household? or can i buy 5 in 5 different transactions and submit the rebate for each item? I’m new to couponing

    • Anonymous says:

      It is limit one.

      • I am replying to your video clip of the week of back to school stuff from staples. Big purchases are excluded from the 15% pass. you can not get backpacks, calculators and things. Just the small supplies like glue, pens, noptebooks, binders, etc which is great to use with a sale. Got my pass today :)

    • LindaHargens says:

       It is a limit of one for each product.  You can do one fragrance mist and one oil diffuser if you find the rebate tags on both.  You have to have the rebate tag from the product to submit the rebate..

  12. There’s also a rebate on the Glade Expressions Diffuser. I submitted one for each and got reimbursed for both. I grabbed one with a rebate when they first hit my Target a few weeks ago, and stacked the manufacturer and Target q’s. :)