$1/1 Gold Bond Medicated Coupon = FREE at Target

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I am not sure if this is a reset or if just more prints have been added, but you can grab a coupon for $1/1 ANY Gold Bond Medicated Product HERE. Some Target stores carry the Gold Bond 1 oz Medicated Powder in the travel section for just .97 cents so FREE after coupon.

If you have no need for the powder, and use their lotions, don’t forget you can stack this coupon with the $2/1 Gold Bond Skin Care Lotion ETS Target Coupon Shopkick App x5/11 to get $3 Off – which I believe runs around $7.

-Thanks for the coupon to Hip2SaveClip And Follow!

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  1. These are $1.02 at my store, so if anyone is debating the hassle of using the coupon, you may want to check your price. Should be no problem using the $1 off for me.

  2. Bought this today. Price $0.97 and they gave me the full $1 off so a credit of $0.03 to the rest of my order.
    Thanks 🙂

  3. I tried the $1/1 Banana Boat Target coupon and the $2/2 Degree Mens Target coupon for travel items. Neither coupon says anything about excluding travel size. The coupon states “coupon value may not exceed value of item purchased” and they will no longer adjust down by even .01. Bummer!

  4. usually when a coupon says that they are supposed to adjust it down. im not sure if is actually addressed in the target coupon policy, but if it is definitely print it out and take it with you so that the next time you can pull it out and tell them how they are supposed to do it.

  5. My Coppertone Target Coupon printed with ETS on it, so it won’t work on travel size…

  6. Does this actually work? Using coupons for travel items? I ask because I tried that today with the $1/1 Coppertone Target coupon. It does not exclude travel size and that size is only .99. When I checked out, the cashier, who was also the supervisor, said I was unable to use it because the coupon exceeded the price of the item. I know that I have used coupons in the past that exceeded the price and normally the register adjusts it but she said they are not allowed to do that and she wouldn’t accept it. I am just curious what the actual policy is on that.

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