Neosporin Essentials Try Me Free Rebate & Clearance

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If you have been wanting to get your hands on one of the Neosporin Essentials Trial Packs, there is a great Try Me Free rebate you can download HERE. This trail pack includes a Daily Body Wash, Daily Moisturizing Cream and Anti-Itch Cream. We also have a nice printable coupon for $3/1 Neosporin Essentials Product ETS. Watch for clearance too- as Emily spotted these at her store  for 50% off down to $5.74, so  only $2.74 after coupon (regularly $11.49) and then a $3 moneymaker after submitting for the rebate.

To get your rebate (up to $13.99), just purchase a Neosporin Essentials Trial Pack between 4/28/13 and 5/12/13. You will need to submit the rebate form along with your original cash receipt with the required item circled and original UPC from package. Request must be postmarked no later than 6/15/13. There is a limit of one rebate per household mailing address and you should allow 6 to 8 weeks for delivery.

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6 Comments

  1. $3 coupon excludes “individual” trial sizes. So would this coupon work on the set of trial sizes?

  2. I did this deal the last time and I have to say, I do not like any of the products at all and the shelf life on them is not great either–they turned runny and seperated.

  3. You can do the rebate again. If J&J (actually their rebate processor) shorts you on the payout because you used a coupon, complain to J&J customer service. They did that to me on the rebate I did last year and CS made it right. The rebate I did this year was not shorted. The rebate form does not prohibit the use of coupons.

  4. From what I have read, the amount of your rebate may be what you paid for the product less any coupons used. One person reported getting less than $1.00 rebate because they paid with store and mfg’s coupons.

  5. I was wondering the same thing as Colleen. This looks like a new rebate form, but was curious if the one per household was “forever” or just for that rebate and that previous period (or this rebate/this period).

  6. If we did this rebate the last time it was offered (I believe a few months ago), does that count toward the 1 rebate per household?

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