New $2/1 Neosporin Eczema Essentials Product Coupon = Anti-Itch Cream Over 50% Off at Target + More

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$2.00 off 1 NEOSPORIN ECZEMA ESSENTIALS Product

Head on over to Coupons.com and print this $2/1 Neosporin Eczema Essentials Product coupon. Then head to Target or Walmart where you can score a nice deal on the Anti-Itch Cream. Check it out…..

Target:

Buy 1 Neosporin Eczema Essentials Anti-Itch Cream priced around $6.99
Use the 25% off Target Cartwheel Offer found here (will deduct $1.75)
Use the $2/1 Neosporin Eczema Essentials coupon found here
Final Cost $3.24 – that’s over 50% off!

Or score this deal at Walmart:

Buy 1 Neosporin Eczema Essentials Anti-Itch Cream $6.97
Use the $2/1 Neosporin Eczema Essentials coupon found here
Final Cost $4.97!

(Thanks and Photo Credit, The Wally World Woman!)

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Comments 6

  1. Amy

    I’m not sure how I feel about shopping at Target today after their big security breach…

    • Geena O Joseph

      so true….really scared now….n will think twice before shopping there….apparently this is not their first time… 🙁

    • gohogsgoinar

      I will be paying cash for the rest of the holiday season

    • Barb

      Oh no what happened! Is it the red card or everyone CC. I just barely got a red card about 3 weeks ago. 🙁

    • Emily

      Every store is vulnerable, no matter how good their security is. Hackers will find a way in but the key is to be aware and keep an eye on your statements. There’s a Citi charge card that allows you to go online and instead of using your actual credit card number, create an temporary credit card number that you can use to buy things online with. That number is tied to your real account but only good for a week or so. Then if someone hacks in and grabs your number, it has already expired but your main credit card number is safe. I know that this was in-store purchases, but it isn’t Target’s fault. The hackers will get in, and they found it fairly quickly. I remember when TJ Maxx had been hacked, it took them nearly a year to figure out that they were hacked. Target caught it very quickly.

  2. Lori Stevens

    My husband updated our computer software (Mac) and now bricks coupons don’t print. I have contacted customer service at coupons.com and followed their suggestions to uninstall the old coupon printing software and reinstall it, as well as update my printer’s software. Yet, I still can’t get coupons to print. The coupons reach my printer but don’t actually print. Please help!

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