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ULTA.com: Awesome Deal on CHI Touch Screen Blow Dryer, Ceramic Hairstyling Iron & Coach Perfume

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If you’re looking for a nice deal on a straightener and blow dryer AND you’re a fan of the brand CHI – then today is your lucky day! Head on over to ULTA.com where they are offering up this CHI Ceramic Hairstyling Iron completely FREE (a $99.95 value!) when you purchase this CHI Touch Screen Dryer for $195.99 – NO promo code needed! Once you add the dryer, you’ll just need to select the iron from the gift drop-down menu at checkout. This seems like a nice promotion for CHI, since this brand tends to be on the pricey side.

Even sweeter, be sure to also add this Coach Love Mini perfume to your cart as it will be FREE since you are making a $25+ purchase! AND in addition to that, you will also be able to choose a 3-piece sample set (you will see this offer pop up during checkout). Plus, shipping is FREE!

*Go through Ebates.com for a whopping 10% cash back or ShopatHome.com for 7% cash back!

(Thanks, Robin!)

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14 Hip Readers Commented

  • Sandy says:

    I paid big $$$ for a chi dryer that lasted less than one year. I called he company and they wanted me to send it back to them and a $15 for them to mail me a replacement! Really?!?
    Amazon has similar comments.
    I loved it while it lasted but my Vidal
    Sassoon and consist from target lasted way longer!!!

  • Edie says:

    A touch screen hair dryer? Why…

  • Mella says:

    I love CHI products but I paid $5 for my current conair hair dryer 5 years ago. Use it almost daily still.

    • Heather says:

      Ditto. Paid $12 for a hair dryer years ago and it still runs daily!

    • Sussie says:

      Products in this price range are for the professional. There’s a big difference in the performance of Conair and Chi blow dryer. But for the non professional, Conair is fine.

  • Raber says:

    I am a hairstylist and I buy all of my things from cosmoprof which is not open to the public and I have both of these in the salon so they are good quality! I like Paul Mitchell equipment more but my chi works just fine and I still use and have my chi from high school which is like close to 8 years old

  • Jennifer says:

    Keep your receipt! Ulta has a pretty good return policy, though I don’t remember the exact details they pretty much take anything back with a receipt. I bought a Chi flat iron last May (5/8/2013 I think) and it seemed like it wasn’t heating as well anymore. I had tucked the receipt into the box and kept it because I, too, had noticed that Chi isn’t the high-quality brand it used to be. Just last week, Ulta exchanged my flat iron, no questions asked.

  • Mary says:

    I use to love Chi equipment but when I wore out 3 blow dryers in 2 years I decided no more. I get my blow dryer, curling irons and flat iron from my stylist.

  • Suzy says:

    OMG $199 for a blow dryer !! I think NOT lol

    • RJ says:

      I have been trying to take the time to use a hair dryer to blow-out my hair with a round brush every day rather than the daily direct extreme heat of a flat iron, over and over. A really nice hair dryer like this, with great reviews and the potential to be more effective, save me time, and reduce frizz and add a nice sleek look is WELL worth the money! It’s hard to find the motivation to dry my hair every day as I have children and my hair is long… a product that would work very well, save me time and give me great results would be worth the initial investment. Plus I love CHI products!

  • Melissa Campbell says:

    CHI is a professional brand, they are made to work all day 4-7 days a week. That is why it’s so expensive. I am a stylist and even when I do blow outs all day Saturday my dryer does not overheat or show any signs of wear. For at home I use my $50 Cricket dryer and love it! Unless you and your 5 daughters are going to use this dryer everyday, you will be fine with a cheaper but still quality brand dryer.

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