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Sep 28 2011
5 years ago
12:43 PM MST

FREE Pink Bakeware Set w/ $25 P&G Purchase

Sep 28, 2011 @ 12:43 PM MST
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Yeah! This ever popular rebate offer is available again! Similar to last year, simply purchase $25 of participating P&G products in one transaction using your store’s reward/loyalty card, and you’ll snag a mail-in rebate valid for a FREE Good Cook’s Pink bakeware set (a $40 value!). This Good Cook’s Hope Line Pink Bakeware Set includes a 3-Piece Mixing Bowl Set with Covers, a High Temperature Spatula, an Oven Glove with Silicone Pad, 3-Piece Liquid Measuring Cup Set, a Silicone Baking Sheet, AND a Tin Cookie Sheet!

When you purchase $25 worth of participating items, the rebate offer should either print out at checkout or you should be able to find the form at the customer service desk or displayed in the store. You will then need to mail the completed form along with the original cash register receipt to the address noted on the form. Please note that only select stores are participating in this offer, so you need to check your local store’s weekly ad or ask the customer service department if you have questions about the offer. Also, note that participating stores are running this offer at different times over the next few months… see your store for more details. You can also call 1-888-826-2964 if you have any questions.

At this time, ShopRite is running this rebate offer through October 8th. It has also been rumored that Publix is running the rebate offer through 10/31/11 and that the Commissary will be running the rebate offer from 10/6/11-10/19/11. If you know of other stores participating, please share in the comments below. Last year, the following stores were NOT participating: CVS, Walgreens, Rite Aid, Walmart and Target.

On a side note, I find this rebate offer very frustrating! There is no way to access the info online and when I called the toll-free number stated above, I received totally different info from the different representatives that I spoke with. Hope that you all have better luck! 😀

(Thanks, One Frugal Chick!)

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