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Save on Glade Expressions—Possible Moneymaker at Target!

We’ve seen a bunch of great deals on Glade products lately! Is your head starting to hurt from all the different scents you’ve got stored at your house? Pop some Tylenol and get ready, because we still have Glade coupons available that will score you some serious savings!

Head to Walmart to grab Glade Fragrance Mist refills and starter kits, as low as $0.50! (The only refill that’s ringing up for $1.50 is the Fuji Apple & Cardamon Spice. All the others cost $1.98.)

Glade Expressions Fragrance Mist Refill, Fuji Apple & Cardamom Spice $1.50
Use $1.00/1 – Glade Expressions Refill – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $0.50

Glade Expressions Fragrance Mist Refill, select varieties $1.98
Use $1.00/1 – Glade Expressions Refill – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $0.98

Glade Expressions Fragrance Mist Starter, all scents $2.00
Use $1.00/1 – Glade Expressions Fragrance Mist Starter Kit – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $1.00

If the Glade Expressions Oil Diffuser is more your speed, check Target to find some with Try Me Free rebate peelies and score a possible moneymaker!

Glade Expressions Oil Diffuser Starter Kit $5.99, regular price
Use $2.00/1 – Glade Expressions Oil Diffuser Starter Kit – (coupons.com)
Pay $3.99, Submit Try Me Free Rebate
Final Price: $2.00 Moneymaker

 

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21 thoughts on “Save on Glade Expressions—Possible Moneymaker at Target!”

  1. Spicy63074 says:

    I was at Walmart the other day at the end of isle with the detergents was a clearance section.  They had the Glade Fiji Apple Refill Glade Expressions regular 4.98 on clearance for 2.50 making them .50 each with coupon.

  2. Anonymous says:

    can i buy the diffuser and starter kit and get 2 rebates?

  3. Anonymous says:

    My Walmart also had the lavender and juniper scent on clearance for $1.50.

  4. paydon says:

    My walmart has had the oil diffuser starter kits for $2.50 on clearance. Use a $2/1 and it’s only .50cents! Also I’ve seen coupons that $2/1 of the glade expressions refills, use it on a glade expressions fragrance mist refill (priced at 1.50 on clearance at most walmarts) and you get .50 cents back! MM!

  5. Gaby2684 says:

    Bog’s has these for 8.99 w a peelie of try for free rebate and get the second free. I also used a coupon!

  6. Anonymous says:

    The lavender fragrance mist refill also rang up @ $1.50 for me at Walmart :-) 

  7. My walmart had all of the oil diffuser refills for 2.50.  got 8 of them for .50 cents each =)

  8. Anonymous says:

    I was able to get the Glade Expressions Lavender/Juniper Berry Diffuser for $5 @ my Walmart, with Try-Me Free Rebate.  The refills for this scent were $2.50—I bought 2 of those.   So, paid $4, with using 3 $2 mfc’s, will receive $5 back by mail-in rebate.  Barely a money maker with postage, but every little bit counts!  I am looking foward to trying my new free diffuser.

  9. Samantha says:

    Will this be for next week too?

    • Anonymous says:

      As long as you can find Glade with the rebate hangtag, you can do this deal! It isn’t a weekly sale.

  10. Pgober35 says:

    Does anybody have problems using coupons at Walmart that are that exceed the product amt? Had a problem using the $2 glade expressions coupon on the 1.50 priced item. CSM told the cashier to do it ‘this time’.

    • Kelzz says:

      I initially had a problem as well and both cashier and CSM wouldn’t let me us it. Print off the coupon policy and bring it with you. Comes in handy. http://www.walmartstores.com/7655.aspx. Apparently, not all cashiers and CSMs are trained to read their own policy!!!

      Click on the link at the bottom of the page to download and print off the policy. That version is better! HTH!

    • Tamtomtori says:

      i always have problems at walmart if there is an overage with a coupon. thats why i dont shop there anymore, not worth the hassle.

      • Hammysmommy says:

        Same here, policy or not, the managers think they have the authority to deviate and have trained the cashiers as such.  They also refuse any coupons that don’t scan.  And frankly it isn’t worth my time to write corporate because it will start again next week with a new manager.

        • I never have a problem. When they scan the coupon the register will pop up with a message that says “Valid coupon amount?” and I always tell them they just need to tell the register yes since the coupon is worth more than the product. Never had even one cashier question it and I’ve been couponing at Walmart for a year

        • When they don’t scan correctly ask them to try the hand scanner, that always works for me.

        • Paydon says:

          Wow. My walmart has never given me problems with my coupons. Never once had to talk to a manager, and have even recieved money back with no problem. When the coupon doesn’t scan, it should have the code(most IP coupons do, some have the barcode but ones that don’t usually have another code in the fine print that will ring up when they enter it) that the cashier can type in. I’ve had that happen a lot. My last trip, most of my coupons wouldn’t scan the first try(IP and coupons from my inserts.) I was buying the correct items, and following all the rules so the guy just did vendor coupons for me instead. (He manually typed in the amount off) Fastest coupon trip for me at walmart!

    • Montbec says:

      Bring along a copy of the store’s coupon policy the next time you shop there with any coupons that provide an overage.  Walmart’s policy specifically addresses this issue.  You should be able to have the coupon overage applied toward the other items in your cart or receive cash back.