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High Value $2/1 ANY Neosporin Product + Upcoming CVS Scenario (Starting 2/24)

8:04 AM MST
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Head on over to the Neosporin site to print a new, high value coupon valid for $2/1 any Neosporin product. You may want to print this coupon now and save it for this deal at CVS, starting 2/24

Spend $10 on ANY Neosporin = $3 Ecb (limit 1)
Deal Scenario:
Buy 2 Neosporin Lip Health Overnight Renewal Therapy Lip Protectant $5.39 (based on online price)
Total = $10.78
Use 2 $2/1 Neosporin product coupons found here or here
Pay $6.78
Get back $3 Ecb
Final cost $1.89 each!

Deal Scenario #2:
Buy Neosporin Essentials Trial Pack $13.99 (based on online price)
Use the $3/1 Neosporin Essentials coupon found here
Or the $2/1 Neosporin product coupons found here or here
Pay as low as $10.99
Get back $3 Ecb
Submit for Try Me Free rebate previously found here (no longer available to print :( ) – should get back $10.99
Final cost FREE + $3 money maker (after rebate)!

(Thanks, Printable Coupons and Deals!)

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  • judy says:

    these coupons are paper eaters. :)

  • Micki says:

    Just a reminder with the rebate – If you have some ECBs that you plan on using, make sure that you buy some other items. Your rebate will be $10.99 less the ECBs. I made this mistake once before. We view our ECBs almost like cash. Unfortunately, the company the processes the rebate just sees them as another coupon. :)

  • lmweide says:

    I believe that when Walgreen’s March Coupon booklet comes out, the coupon in that book combined with these will make for super cheap Neosporin lip products.

  • Tilla Ham says:

    i so wish we had a CVS (for the millionth time) my daughter has severe eczema and i’d love to get some fo these kits to see if they work (though i’m not hopeful as nothing else has) anyone have an eczema miracle cure?

    • Heather Y says:

      Tilla – we use Neosporin’s Eczema bath wash and cream and they work very well for my daughter’s eczema. I actually got the kit at Meijer and was able to get the rebate (when it was previously offered). With not having a CVS nearby, it might not be the “best” deal, but perhaps just keep an eye out at your other stores and use the $3/1 coupons available for a “good” deal… Hope that helps!

    • Jill F says:

      My daughter has eczema and the Neosporin products work very well for her. The texture is non greasy and absorbs quickly. It’s our go to product for eczema. I wish I knew of a miracle cure!

    • Heather C. says:

      Have you ever heard of putting a tiny amount of bleach in her bath water? I’ve read about it online before… Google it and check it out. My daughter has mild eczema, that responds well with over the counter creams… I can’t imagine how tough it would be dealing with a severe case of it. :( Good luck to you!

    • Lyndi Hedgecock says:

      hi there! we have a little one with eczema and we use the dr. woods shea vision. it is hypoallergeninc baby mild castile soap with organic shea butter. i have only been able to find it online, but it is great! its not very lathery (not sure if thats a word! LOL!) but if you get a thin washcloth (think baby washcloth) it gets nice and lathery. my friend actually makes soap for her baby bc he has eczema and i think this works better than that! the upc is 6-89191-52410-8 for the 8oz bottle. there are two kinds that look very similar so you have to read the wording carefully! hth! good luck! :) oh, and we also use gold bond lotion after a bath, it seems to be the one that really helps! :)

    • Theresa says:

      I have a 14 month old son…. Had eczema since he was a few weeks old the only cream, even after prescriptions, that worked is cerave moisturizing cream. It worked like a miracle :)

    • Joan says:

      I have had severe eczema my entire life and unfurtunately there is no miracle cure. Sorry! I have found that different products work for me at digferent times of year. Also, avoid baths, even with specialized soaks I find it too drying. Dove soap was the best allaround soap for me and myself. I need a creamier lotion in winter and a lighter one in summer (prefferably with shea butter). Gentle exfoliating also helps. If you have good prescription insurance talk to your Dr. about Elidel, it works with the immune system (not steroids, so it won’t thin the skin). Elidel really turned me around and my skin is easily manageable now, but I am older too. Best of luck! I understand the struggle!

  • leanne says:

    I got my rebate back last week in the mail from a rite deal earlier in january. there is always a part of me that is skeptical in sending out for rebates to receive money back. i tend to double and triple check everything before I send it off in the mail, and I also make copies of everything. so happy when that check comes in and the system works.

  • Marty says:

    I do a ton of rebates but the neosporin ones were returned to me with the included UPC code missing and requesting I resubmit, and as someone else said, they also lower the price over the original printed rebate seemingly at a whim. I would recommend against thinking you can turn this into a MM unfortunately.

  • MeeshaG says:

    I use neosporin essentials products on my daughter. These are the only products that work for her super sensitive skin. I did the neosporin rebate too in January. I bought at Target: 1 trial pack $11.49, 1 bodywash $8.69 and 1 lotion $11.49 and used (2) $3 off coupon and the buy 2 get 1 body wash free coupon up to $7.99. Total OOP was $17.68. I received my rebate check last week for $11.49 which is the retail price eventhough i used coupon for it. OOP after rebate was $6.19 or $2.06 each. Was so happy!

  • Aalyah says:

    Does anyone have a copy of the rebate or the kit? If so can you please email me a copy at Thank you.

  • Jo Ann says:

    I received my Neosporin rebate. The purchase price of the trial pack at CVS was $12 and I used the $3 manufacturer coupon – I didn’t purchase anything else. I received my rebate for $12. I did the similar rebate last year for this product and also received the full sale price even though I used a coupon.

  • picchu says:

    Spoke to customer service and she said the Neosporin Essentials Starter Kit Try for free with mail-in rebate was only until Jan 13th 2013 …so purchase must have been made by jan 13th. And they took down the rebate form on the 13th! As it was for a limited time only and that they reached the maximum number of rebates already!!!

  • Catherine says:

    The rebate expired.

  • Rachel says:

    I just received my rebate check for $12. I bought it from CVS and used $3 coupon and paid with my Extrabucks. My total was a few dollars but I got the full purchased price back. My MIL did the same and got the full amount back too. HTH

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