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Skintimate Shave Coupon—Buy One Get One Free!

Get smooth skin for spring with a new coupon! Buy one Skintimate shave gel or creme and get another free, up to $3.00 in value! BOGO coupons are hot; save 50% automatically. Print this coupon now since it may not stick around. Then head to Walmart for this deal:

Walmart

Buy 2 Skintimate Shave Gel, 7 oz $2.44, regular price
Use one B1G1 Free – Skintimate Shave Gel or Creme, up to $3.00 in value, excludes 2.75 oz – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $1.22 each, when you buy 2 

 

Or, save the coupon for a sale at the drugstores. There isn’t one going on right now, but here is the regular price at Walgreens:

Walgreens

Buy 2 Skintimate Shave Gel, 7 oz $2.99, online price
Use one B1G1 Free – Skintimate Shave Gel or Creme, up to $3.00 in value, excludes 2.75 oz – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $1.50 each, when you buy 2 

 

Starting 4/14, Rite Aid will have Skintimate on sale for just $1.99. Score this deal:

Rite Aid

Buy 2 Skintimate Shave Gel, 7 oz $1.99, sale price 4/14-4/20
Use one B1G1 Free – Skintimate Shave Gel or Creme, up to $3.00 in value, excludes 2.75 oz – (coupons.com)
Final Price: $1.00 each, when you buy 2 

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56 thoughts on “Skintimate Shave Coupon—Buy One Get One Free!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Yep, we just posted! Thanks for sharing : )

  2. makethispencry says:

    These are $2.06 at Target. Can I price match at Walmart right?

  3. Rain says:

    Also Target has coupon on their website for $0.75 so do some further saving! Also saw somewhere they had each can for 2.09 so that will put the price down to 0.67 each!

  4. Christin LeGrange says:

    Target added a store coupon for $.75/1 which can be stacked with the bogo. I just got 2 for $0.30 each :D

  5. prayful says:

    I used four BOGO at Kmart (2/$4), used four .55 off coupons that doubled, they all beeped (I’m not sure of the limitations of the coupons,) but the sales clerk manually entered all of them. I bought them together with the 4 Poise wash and wipes with the Kmart $4off each and one clorox, used $5 off $35 CRT, I paid $2.64 including tax.

    • Anonymous says:

      Stacking a BOGO manufacturer coupon with a cents-off manufacturer coupon is never allowed. Remember, a BOGO coupon is much like a $1.00 off two coupon, in that it ‘attaches’ itself to two items. By attempting to use a second manufacturer coupon on one of those two items, you are breaking the “one coupon per purchase” rule.

  6. Darjen says:

    I just bought a bunch of them at Target – on sale for $2.09, plus most
    of them had a bonus amount (extra 1.4 ounces). Worked like a charm.

  7. Well, I had a pretty good experience. I used two of these bogo coupons to buy four cans at Target where they are on sale for $2.09 each. The coupon reads, up to $3. I don’t really know why but total before Qs came to $8.36. Each coupon went ahead and took off the entire $3 which then made the price $2.36. So I ended up paying 59 cents for each can. Yay! Try Target!!!

  8. Alma.h says:

    Is it possible to combine the 0.55 off coupon as well to this deal?

    • XenaWP says:

      If it’s a manufactor’s coupon, no you can’t combine them. A BOGO coupon attaches itself to both products so using a second manuf coupon would be too many coupons and double dipping. You can, however, combine a manuf coupon with a store coupon like the print off from Target

      • Alma.h says:

        really? i used .75 off 1 spooners box and the BOGO coupon and it worked at wal-mart? i always thought the BOGO coupon went to the free item.

        • XenaWP says:

          The cashier might have just pushed it through. Usually the second coupon will beep and it’ll say “Too many coupons” on the screen. You did get a great deal, but keep in mind stores only get reimbursed from the manufactor for one of the coupons

      • Anonymous says:

        Thanks for your great answer, XenaWP!

    • Anonymous says:

      Stacking a BOGO manufacturer coupon with a cents-off manufacturer coupon on the purchase of two products is never allowed. Remember, a BOGO coupon is much like a $1.00 off two coupon, in that it ‘attaches’ itself to two items. By attempting to use a second manufacturer coupon on one of those two items, you are breaking the “one coupon per purchase” rule.

  9. ChristineD says:

    sympathy for the wal-mart stories=)! ours used to just give overage on to the rest of the purchase or if that was your only purchase, than accept the coupon. now, if it’s less than the manu coupon, they won’t accept it. i hate the workers who act like *you’re* being stingy b/c you want to get the item for free….WHY should you have to pay if the manufacter made the coupon for more than the product costs?! KCL, tell these stores to “get it togetha”=) may try the target deal for these (recently posted) and just hope they don’t give me an issue w/ the BOGO deal.

    • XenaWP says:

      If a store refuses to take a coupon a full value and marks it down, i suggest writing the new value on the coupon and crossing out the old. Otherwise the store is going to make money off it themselves when they turn it in for reimbursement and you wont have.

    • KayKay says:

      Walmart Policy actually still states that they are supposed to give you back the overage as cash or allow you to use it on the rest of your purchase. Take your policy with you when you coupon!

    • Anonymous says:

      Their policy hasn’t changed. They should still give overage. Always shop with the coupon policy in hand, so that you can politely teach cashiers : )

  10. mandy says:

    Tried to use this coupon at Walmart today along with a Chobani one and they said it wouldnt except it =(

    • Shay New says:

      my walmart does that too. but i discovered if i go through the self checkouts and run all my coupons saving that for last that they let me use it

    • Anonymous says:

      That’s frustrating, Mandy! I’m sorry that it didn’t work for you at Walmart. Try Target or Rite Aid instead.

  11. jacky says:

    for the rite aid deal can you combine the BOGO coupon and a cents off coupon ?

    • becky says:

      No you can not combine manufactures coupons with a manufactures bogo.

      • Saving$$$ says:

        Yes you can. Read Rite Aid’s coupon policy. I do it all the time.

        • XenaWP says:

          I just read over their policy and the BOGO says ”
          Rite Aid accepts Buy One, Get One Free coupons, however only one coupon can be used for each pair of items
          purchased. A customer can use one “cents off” coupon in conjunction with the item they are purchasing on a Buy One
          Get One Free promotion (or with a Buy One Get One Free coupon), although the value of the cents off coupon cannot
          exceed the selling price of the item.” So you can use coupons with a Rite Aid BOGO sale but you can’t double dip. At the very end of the policy it also says “More than one coupon can be used on the purchase of a single item” but that doesn’t mean you can use two manuf coupons together. The company will only reimburse for one and the wording usually says “Limit one coupon per purchase as specified above. Any other use is fraudulent.” Rite Aid is saying you can use two store coupons or two coupons that don’t prohibit double dipping.

        • Anonymous says:

          Stacking a BOGO manufacturer coupon with a cents-off manufacturer coupon on the purchase of two products is never allowed. Remember, a BOGO coupon is much like a $1.00 off two coupon, in that it ‘attaches’ itself to two items. By attempting to use a second manufacturer coupon on one of those two items, you are breaking the “one coupon per purchase” rule.

          Rite Aid coupon policy states that they allow the use of a BOGO manufacturer coupon with a cents-off coupon, but since the verbiage on all manufacturer coupons does not allow this practice, we do not do it.

      • DungBeetle says:

        You’re what’s wrong with the internet. You shouldn’t be answering questions if you don’t know the answer. Assuming something with an inflated feeling of self-worth doesn’t make it factual. Do your research before answering a question and pretending to know what you’re talking about.

        • Anonymous says:

          Becky is correct. Here’s the skinny on combining BOGO coupons and cents off manufacturer coupons: Stacking a BOGO manufacturer coupon with a cents-off manufacturer coupon on the purchase of two products is never allowed, even though it will often work at the register. Remember, a BOGO coupon is much like a $1.00 off two coupon, in that it ‘attaches’ itself to two items. By attempting to use a second manufacturer coupon on one of those two items, you are breaking the “one coupon per purchase” rule.

          Rite Aid coupon policy states that they allow the use of a BOGO manufacturer coupon with a cents-off coupon, but since the verbiage on all manufacturer coupons does not allow this practice, we do not do it.

      • Shay New says:

        Ive done it before many times, i think it depends on the cashier and the store

        • XenaWP says:

          Some cashiers will push it through but that’s still wrong. The wording on the coupon prohibits it: “Limit one coupon per purchase as specified above. Any other use is fraudulent.” The store will be loosing that money when they try and get reimbursed and then they will get mad at couponers for double dipping. Just because it worked SOMETIMES doesn’t make it right and people really shouldn’t do it because it will put stores off of couponers.

          • Shay New says:

            some store coupon policies state that they allow this. the coupon only affects one item, the one that is made free with the purchase, so an additional coupon made be used for the other item.

            • XenaWP says:

              A BOGO coupon always applies to both products. Think of it as a “Get $1 off when you buy two” type coupon. KCL has a great article about it up top under the Beginners tab.

            • XenaWP says:

              And if you know of a particular store that explicitly allows you to combine two manuf coupons on one item, I’d like to know which one it is

        • Anonymous says:

          Sorry! Stacking a BOGO manufacturer coupon with a cents-off manufacturer coupon on the purchase of two products is never allowed. Remember, a BOGO coupon is much like a $1.00 off two coupon, in that it ‘attaches’ itself to two items. By attempting to use a second manufacturer coupon on one of those two items, you are breaking the “one coupon per purchase” rule.

          Rite Aid coupon policy states that they allow the use of a BOGO manufacturer coupon with a cents-off coupon, but since the verbiage on all manufacturer coupons does not allow this practice, we do not do it.

    • My Rite Aid will allow me to use a cents off coupon for the item that I am paying for. So if I bought 2 shave gels. I would use 1 B1G1 free mc and 1 55cents off mc.

    • Anonymous says:

      Although the store may allow it, the wording on the coupon USUALLY prohibits it, and when the stores stop getting reimbursed, maybe they will change their coupon acceptance policy. BTW, on the BOGO Skintimate coupon, it says, “Limit one coupon per purchase as specified above. Any other use is fraudulent.” This means the 1 BOGO coupon attaches to both items–the one paid for and the free one–so you should not use another cents off coupon if only purchasing two items.

    • Anonymous says:

      Stacking a BOGO manufacturer coupon with a cents-off manufacturer coupon on the purchase of two products is never allowed. Remember, a BOGO coupon is much like a $1.00 off two coupon, in that it ‘attaches’ itself to two items. By attempting to use a second manufacturer coupon on one of those two items, you are breaking the “one coupon per purchase” rule.

      Rite Aid coupon policy states that they allow the use of a BOGO manufacturer coupon with a cents-off coupon, but since the wording on all manufacturer coupons does not allow this practice, we do not do it.

  12. The last time this coupon as available it beeped at my walmart. They said since it beeped and it was an internet printable they could not accept it. I’ll hold out for the Rite Aid deal!

    • newbieeeeheree says:

      I don’t like going to walmart .i went yesterdat with 4 peelies that were for 1.50 off a chapstick product and they told me since the chapsticks were 98.cents i couldnt use it and there was nothing they could do and that the chapstick was already low enough even the manager came over and said no to me and whered i get that coupon -_- wow story of my life anyway the day after i go to target and they almost tried pulling the same stunt on me ,however the manager came over and adjusted the price .stingy ass stores didnt want to give me my overage,anyway theres peelies on advils for kids for 1.50 off a chapstick product making them free,

    • Anonymous says:

      That’s so frustrating! If you don’t want to use it at Walmart, try Target or wait for Rite Aid.

  13. Hshellen says:

    Skintimate is 2/$4 this week at my local Kmart, might be worth a look at yours!

  14. jencroki says:

    Also I just found out if you install the “My local Wal-Mart” app on facebook you can select your store and then click on the coupons tab and they are offering a Skintimate shave gel or creme for free…so is a double deal ;) You can buy 1 and get 2 free!!! :D ….. awesome since I have a Wal-mart trip today for my first real couponing experience!!!

    • Cat says:

      Good luck!

    • I just installed the app. Is this a walmart only coupon? So are they letting you stack a walmart coupon with a manufacturers?

      • jencroki says:

        I will found out later because I can’t print the coupon at work and then I will go to the store later…what I will try is to buy 3 and use the 2 coupons and use the BOGO Free and the second one to get a free one

        I’m assuming that free product coupon is a walmart exclusive since I only seeing that one on the app…the BOGO is open to any store…

        • JZ says:

          it is a manufacturer’s coupon and it prints out as the same buy one get one free coupon. it is not a walmart coupon and doesn’t even show a walmart logo on it.

      • KayKay says:

        This is not a “Walmart” coupon, it is just a MQ from a different source, so no, they will not stack.

    • Katia says:

      Thank you :D

    • KayKay says:

      These do not stack, they are both MQs even though one is offered through a walmart service.

    • Anonymous says:

      KayKay is correct–you may not stack the two coupons together.

    • Anonymous says:

      Thanks for sharing the freebie deal with us!