There are two new printable coupons for Coppertone at coupons.com! Print these high-value coupons now. Combine them with a Rite Aid $5.00 +Up Reward promotion to guarantee significant savings!

Keep in mind that this sale goes through tomorrow, 7/13 only, so don’t delay!

 

 

 

 

 

Buy 2 Coppertone, Bain de Soleil or Solarcaine Sun Care, Tanning or After Sun Products $8.99, sale price through 7/13
Buy 2, Receive $5.00 +Up Reward through 7/13, Limit 2
Use one $5.00/2 – Coppertone Products, 4 oz or larger, Any – (coupons.com)
Or $2.00/1 – Coppertone Products, 4 oz or larger – (coupons.com)
Or $1.00/1 – Coppertone Suncare Product, excludes trial size – (coppertone.com)
Or $1.00/1 – Coppertone Suncare Product, excludes trial size – (bricks.coupons.com)
Or $5.00/2 Coppertone Products, 4 oz or larger from SS 6/23 (exp 8/31)
Or $1.00/1 Coppertone Product, 4 oz or larger from SS 6/23 (exp 8/31)
Pay $12.98, Receive $5.00 +Up Reward
Final Price: $3.99 each, when you buy 2

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9 thoughts on “New Coppertone Coupons: Sunscreen, Only $3.99 at Rite Aid!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Are these coupons no longer available?

  2. Olga Solovyeva says:

    NO Retinyl Palmitate – When used in a night cream, this form of vitamin A is supposed to have anti-aging effects. But on sun-exposed skin, retinyl palmitate may speed development of skin tumors and lesions, according to government studies. Why is this “inactive ingredient” allowed in sunscreens intended for use in the sun? Good question.

    The FDA has yet to rule on the safety of retinyl palmitate in skin care products, but EWG recommends that consumers avoid sunscreens containing this chemical.

    Almost one in four of the SPF-rated sunscreens, makeups and moisturizers in this year’s guide contains retinyl palmitate, including:

    Up & up Sport Sunscreen Lotion, SPF 30
    Coppertone UltraGuard Sunscreen Lotion, SPF 30
    CeraVe Body Lotion Broad Spectrum Sunscreen, SPF 50
    Neutrogena Sensitive Skin Broad Spectrum Sunscreen Lotion, SPF 60+

  3. Olga Solovyeva says:

    Sunscreen sprays pose serious inhalation risks. So when on a beach avoid being close to the people who spray sunscreen, or close your face of your kid’s face with smth. They also make it too easy to apply too little or to miss a spot, leaving bare skin exposed to harmful rays.
    Products with sky-high SPFs may protect against sunburn but could leave your skin exposed to damaging UVA rays.
    Although the letters SPF stand for “sun protection factor,” this refers only to protection against UVB radiation, which burns the skin. It has nothing to do with the sun’s UVA rays, which penetrate deep into the skin, suppress the immune system, accelerate skin aging and may cause skin cancer.
    Commonly used in sunscreens, the chemical oxybenzone penetrates the skin, gets into the bloodstream and acts like estrogen in the body. It can also trigger allergic reactions. Data are preliminary, but studies have found a link between higher concentrations of oxybenzone and health harms. One study has linked oxybenzone to endometriosis in older women; another found that women with higher levels of oxybenzone during pregnancy had lower birth weight daughters.

  4. tharrison004 says:

    what sunscreen do you use?

    • Olga Solovyeva says:

      California Baby Super Sensitive Broad Spectrum Sunscreen Stick, SPF 30+

      Poofy Organics ‘The’ Sunscreen, SPF 30

  5. Olga Solovyeva says:

    Spray sunscreen are considered to be the most dangerous sunscreens of one can buy. I would better invest in something good for my and my family.

    • Leanna says:

      and if you do buy the spray at least rub it in. My friend sprayed it on and never rubed it in and now they have blotches all over them. Strange looking and not worth it if you ask me.

  6. Carmini says:

    there is an ibotta offer for $0.75, it might only be available for some ibotta app users. keep in mind that not everyone gets the same offers :)