Sep 092012

Wow- here’s an awesome unadvertised deal on Biore Pore Strips and cleansers at Target! Unadvertised deals can be regional and unavailable at all stores, but I sure hope you find it too… 

FREE $5 Gift Card wyb select Biore Strips AND Cleanser*
Deal and prices valid thru 10/6. Deal and prices may be regional.
*Biore Deep Cleaning Pore Strips 14 ct $8.49, or 6-8 ct $5.99
*Select Biore Cleansers and Scrubs $5.89
-$1/1 Biore Facial Care Item ETS Target Coupon Bullseye Mailer x9/10
-B1G1 FREE Biore Cleanser (up to $7) wyb any Biore Pore Strip ETS 8-12-12 SS x9/30
-$1.50/1 Biore Pore Strips on Facebook

DEAL IDEA: Buy 1 Biore 6 or 8 ct Pore Strip ($5.99) & 1 Cleanser ($5.89) = $11.88
-$5.89 (use B1G1 FREE Biore Cleanser wyb any Biore Pore Strip ETS 8-12-12 SS x9/30
= $5.99 - $5 Gift Card Back for buying both
= .99 for both or .49 cents each after coupon & gift card!
And if you have the $1/1 Biore Target coupon from the Bullseye Mailer it will make them FREE

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23 Responses to “FREE $5 Gift Card wyb 2 Biore = Great Deal at Target!”

  1. Sarah says:

    If you have purchased the strips before, check the box for a $1 off ANY Biore product excluding travel and trial sizes. Makes this deal free…or a money maker if you also have the Target coupon!

  2. roxy says:

    Sarah, you can’t use a second coupon with a BOGO at Target.

    There is another deal that you would be great, though. If you have enough Biore reward points, you can get a $5 off coupon, that you can print twice. Use 2 $5 off and pay $1.80. Get a $5 gift card. How does that sound for a money maker? ;)

  3. Danielle Wahl says:

    If you get the boxes with prove it rewards you can redeem the points for coupons. You can go to the biore Facebook page and sign up.

  4. Mary says:

    so target doesnt allow a MQ towards the item your buying with a B1G1?

  5. Niko O. says:

    Mary – you can use one TQ if using a MQ B1G1, or one MQ if using a TQ B1G1, but since the B1G1 MQ would cover both items, using a MQ on one of those items would be using two MQs on an item, which isn’t allowed

  6. Kate says:

    I already printed the $5 Biore Q once (MM at my grocery store!), I hope it lets me print them again.

  7. melina r says:

    just did the deal. Bought 2 strips and 2 cleansers used 2 B1G1F coupons and a $3 off $20 beauty products Target catalina.

  8. Christine N says:

    good thinking melina. i always forget that they are good for things other than cosmetics so i always tend to use it when i buy makeup. if ive done the math right, using the $3 beauty tq makes it a $1.02 mm, right? and thats without calculating the $1/1 tq.

  9. monica says:

    I tried to get this deal, but the cashier chevked with the manager and told me that I couldnt get the $5 target gift card and use my BOGO coupon.

  10. Jen says:

    Does this transaction go through without the “glitch” ? Can I just buy the 2 biore products, use my BOGO MQ, and get my gift card? Or do I have to buy filler items as well? TIA!

  11. @Jen, I was able to buy only the two Biore products and was able to use the coupon. I don’t think the gift card glitch is happening at Target anymore (at least not at my store).

  12. The pore strips were marked at $6.49 at my store, but I did a price check and they rang up at $5.89. So do a price check if the prices are higher at your store!

  13. Crystal says:

    Monica – That is not right. You can always use coupons and still get the gift card. I would call corporate.

  14. Becky says:

    The special edition tins give you 1000 points on the Prove It Rewards on Facebook instead of the normal 500 for the 8ct strips! :)

  15. Emma says:

    @Jen. There is no glitch at all. You can do as many set as you want in one transaction. I bought 6 and used three mfc. I got 3 x 5.00 USD gift cards. If the employees at Target are telling you you cannot use coupons if the deal get you a gift card are wrong. Using coupons on those items have nothing to do with the gift card.

  16. Amanda says:

    Am I reading my receipt wrong?
    Says Biore (face wash) $5.89 and Biore (strips) $6.49 – minus the MFR coupon (B1G1 free) -$6.49 + $5.00 for gift card = Package subtotal = $17.38 minus $5.00 gift card = $12.38?

    Shows Refund value of Wash- $3.51 and Strips -$3.87 so is that what I paid? I am confused by looking at it?

  17. Kerry says:

    Hi Amanda- the package total on a receipt reflects what is the refund value of a purchase should you return it- not what you paid for it.

    A package subtotal is the cost of an item less any gift cards awarded or TARGET coupons used. this is because the store has already give you a gift card and cannot recoup that money and Target is also not reimbursed for target coupons

    A package total does not subtract manufacturer coupons because they will still be reimbursed for them regardless of whether you decide to return an item and therefore you are given the value of those coupons back as well.

    hth

  18. Amanda says:

    OK that makes sense!! Thank you for the quick reply!

  19. Lauren M. says:

    I bought two strips and two cleansers and used two coupons. On my receipt, each time, it shows that the B1G1 coupons applied to the strips, not the cleansers, so I paid 5.89 for each set and got two $5 gift cards. The same seems to have happened to Amanda, I think. (My strips were $6.49 in Houston, not $5.99. It also took off the $6.49 automatically, it wasn’t selected improperly by the checker.)

  20. couponsavingiwthsara says:

    I was wondering if anyone knows when it ends :)

  21. pineapplebliss says:

    Not until early October for the $5 GC deal but the BOGO coupon expires on 9/30/12

  22. Autumn says:

    Do you think we could buy 2 nose strips and still get the $5 gc? My store is out of cleansers, but I have $5 coupons.

  23. Kerry says:

    @Autumn- pretty sure you have to buy 1 of each. that is how the signage reads

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