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Tomorrow’s P&G Brandsaver insert will include another $1/1 Tide Detergent AND another $1/1 Olay that includes Bars and neither coupon has size exclusions. Many Target stores carry the Travel Size 1 Load Tide 2x and the Olay Single Bars for around $1 (priced at .97 at my store) which makes them both FREE with coupon.

Tide 2x Ultra Travel Size (1 Load) .97
-$1/1 Tide Detergent 7-4-10 PG x7/31
= FREE after coupon

Olay Body Bar Single Travel Size .97
-$1/1 Olay Bar, Body Wash, or In-Shower Body Lotion  7-4-10 PG x7/31
= FREE after coupon

*Note- using Qs on travel size items at some Target stores may be a ymmv- even though the Qs have no size restrictions and their policy states that a coupon may be adjusted down to meet the price of an item.

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11 Responses to “More Free Tide Detergent & Olay Beauty Bars”

  1. Traci says:

    i recieved a random P&G 3 coupon flyer in the mail today. One of the coupons was $3 off tide stain release! I stacked it with $1.50 off target coupon and bought the dual pack that was on clearance at Target for $9.28….not too shabby! I only paid $4.78 out of pocket! I love your site! keep it up!

  2. Amy says:

    you can also score some free satin care shave gel from the travel section with the 1.00 off Q in todays p&g

  3. Kathryn T says:

    I am always so afraid to try using coupons for the trail size…maybe it’s time to try. I think it’s because people say they have had such a hard time using them before.

  4. amwcoupons says:

    There is also the $1/1 for the Olay body lotion… I remember there being a travel size of the lotion too for $.97

  5. Holly B says:

    I got 3 trial size tide tonight. A few weeks ago at the same store a different cashier said I couldn’t get them, but tonight they guy pushed the Q’s through. I always try to pick my cashiers by looking for younger employees who look like they are in a good mood and I start a conversation like “man you guys are busy” or “geeze you guys are dead maybe they’ll let you go home earlier.” I can’t say for sure, but I think attitude (both mine and the cashier’s) has a lot to do with wether or not they will push a Q through.

  6. melissa says:

    i have always been afraid to use coupons on trials too, but i did today… in fact, they didnt have to adjust the price, the register took them and whatever was “over” i got it towards the rest of the stuff i bought… 🙂

  7. Julie says:

    Couldn’t get Tide today. Not because it was a trial size, but because Target says they can no longer accept Manufacturer’s qs that are higher value than the item—said it is like Target is committing coupon fraud when they submit the qs for their refund.

  8. Melissa says:

    I went to Target on Saturday and I had a Q from the paper for $5/2 Benedryl, I bought 2 sticks. They were $2.29 each. The coupon didn’t take and the cashier didn’t notice I guess. After the sale I went over my receipt because I thought I paid more than I should have. When I went to the customer service desk the lady told me that they couldn’t accept it because it was worth more than the product. I asked her “wouldn’t you just adjust it down?” She answered, “no, because the manufacturer wouldn’t honor it if we did that.”
    Has anyone heard this before?
    By the way, I returned the two sticks.

  9. Julie says:


    I am the one who posted the comment right before yours.
    I got the same story!

  10. Kerry says:

    their statement to you goes against their published coupon policy that you can find here:
    I suggest printing it and bringing it to the store
    if you continue to have trouble you will have to call corporate

  11. Melissa says:

    Thanks so much for responding to me Julie and Kerry. I did at one time print all of the coupon policies for the stores I shop at. It’s in the front of my coupon binder. I wish I would have thought to pull it out. In this instance though, I think I’ll just take the coupon to Wal-Mart, the price is the same-Free after coupon 🙂
    Now I know what to do at Target next time though. Thanks again 🙂

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