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Screen Shot 2014-09-02 at 10.50.17 PMHere’s a nice mail-in rebate offer! Through December 31st, you can get back a $5 prepaid card by mail for purchasing Cascade ActionPacs – which will make the small bags FREE (after rebate)! Please note that you’ll need to mail in this original form, the original UPC from the package, the original dated sales receipt with store name and product purchase price circled in a stamped envelope.

* Keep in mind that this rebate cannot be combined with any other offers, including coupons. 🙁

(Thanks, Carolyn!)

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  1. Amy

    The link is not working.

  2. Christine

    awesome- thank you!

  3. Catie

    Awesome! This might be something to buy with the Kmart bonus points..

    • Coupon Addict for Life

      Good idea!!! thanks!

  4. Theresa

    Error message 🙁

    • Hunterwoody

      Just worked on Mac

  5. Andrea Payne

    This link for the rebate form is not working.

  6. ellen

    I just received my walmart ground beef rebate yesterday so I feel better about trying anither rebate. 🙂 I usually only like the “instant gratification ” coupons bring. Lol

    • Me

      I missed that one (Walmart Ground Beef). Is it still going on?

      • KetaCar

        Sorry, It ended at the end of June I believe : (

    • KetaCar

      Was just wondering if I would be getting one…guess I’ll be patient and keep checking the box for mine

      • Ashley57

        I e-mailed them because I was worried about it and then I got it within a few days, which was last week, just send them an e-mail if you don’t want to wait.

  7. Lisa

    Worked fine for me but boy….that was a ton of ink used to print the background 🙁

    • Katie

      I went to properties when I was printing and changed it to grey/black and white.

    • Angie

      Lisa, Thanks for the head’s up with the printing. I was able to change it to black/grey thanks to you!

    • Kathryn K

      I tried printing in draft mode and it’s not very legible esp. the bottom part.

  8. Laura

    Worked on my mac. Printed in gray scale

  9. mel

    What I did was save the form, then used my computers snipping tool to cut just the form out. Saved the snip, then printed in 4×6 option.

  10. Lin

    How do these compare to the Finish tabs? I find that the regular Cascade powder makes my glasses cloudy so I haven’t used it in a long time. TIA! 🙂

    • Meri

      In their ShopSmart publication, Consumer Reports rated Cascade Complete action pacs – best overall dishwasher detergent!

    • Tawnya

      These are much better than the regular Cascade.

  11. shopper

    FYI the rebate link does not work on mobile, switch to the desktop site, then it will download form

  12. erikam01

    Kroger is giving $1 off when you buy this as part of 5 items. Does that mean it won’t work because it says it cannot be combined with any other offer?

  13. maflies1

    Unless I’m wrong, the Original Form will be on the Pkg. After spending some time learning to use the Snipping tool-thanks, Mel, it printed very nicely, except that part of it was intentionally greyed out and unreadable. Thus, their way of requiring an original form. 🙂 Yes, I usually find out the hard way. LOL

  14. MommyTiger

    Ladies, I am a little confused. Do I have to mail in a REAL Original Form? Or I just need to print out a form from my computer?

    Thanks!

    • maflies1

      In the offer that Carolyn submitted and Collin shared, it does state you will need to mail in with “original form”, and I believe that is why when I attempted to print a copy of it that it was unusable. Due to the fact that some of the form printed out fine, and some was garbled text-and no, it’s not my printer. 🙂 Others may have differing opinions.

      • shopper

        Usually the original form is the one the company posts online. It printed fine for me.

        However you don’t need to use the snipping tool to print it, that tool makes it a picture (jpg), hence why it’s garbled..the form is a pdf.

        • maflies1

          Thanks so much Shopper, for making for day easier. Once again I was trying to go about it the hard way-which didn’t turn out too well. Worked fine to just click the print button, and took no more ink.

  15. Amber

    If you don’t want to stress out like me and spend 20 minutes on this, buy your Cascade APs in a solo transaction. I bought 6 other things and had coupons for two other products and had to write in my receipt “for baby soap” and “for milk”, and, to be extra sure at the top, “Coupons were not used on the Cascade but on two other unrelated products”. Duh!

    • Dottie

      Hi Amber, did you receive the Cascade rebate? Mine was returned with an “unable to process” letter because “the receipt shows a coupon was used for product”. I used a $.25 coupon on another item, which only appeared at the bottom of the receipt as “vendor coupon”, so the Fulfillment Center clearly made the assumption that the coupon applied to the Cascade purchase. I contacted Cascade customer service by web form, got a fairly generic response. I then replied and attached a copy of my submission, and the “denial” letter, which has been completely ignored. Thanks.

      • Amber

        I wrote on my Walmart receipt before I mailed it in, saying that the coupon on there was for another product (which it was). That was stressful, though, and I learned my lesson to just buy the product separately the next time I have a rebate!

        • Dottie

          Thanks so much for responding to me, Amber. In contrast to Cascade/P&G ignoring my proof of an obvious error on the part of their “fulfillment center”, Filtrete/3M just offered to send me a postage paid label to resubmit a rebate request that was returned to me by USPS marked “refused”. Clearly above and beyond, as all rebates seem to include the disclaimer of responsibility for “lost, late, misdirected, etc. mail”. Thanks again.

      • Amber

        I forgot to mention that I did, in fact, receive my rebate.

  16. kissingfrogs2003

    Two questions,,,
    1) The other day I bought these packs for $5.97 from HEB. I purchased them thinking I would still be reimbursed- just only for $5 of the price. Anyone know about this? I’d hate to submit the receipt and not get reimbursed because I didn’t buy as smaller pack 🙁
    2) Can someone clarify the “once per name, household, or address” language? Normally I do a rebate twice (once at work and once at home). Not sure if this would work (e.g. 2 addresses) OR if I would also need to do two names (e.g. one to me at work and one to my bf at home). Can anyone help with this?

    • shopper

      There is a phone number at the bottom of the terms, you may want to call and verify.

    • spi_cy13

      Kissingfrogs2003,
      Here’s the answers to your questions:
      1. You are correct. You would only receive $5 back, even though you spent $5.97 on the product (final cost $0.97 plus tax), this is assuming that you did not use coupons to purchase the Cascade (if you did, this would disqualify the rebate).

      2. Once per name, household, address means one name per address. Here’s an example: My name is Jane Doe, and I live at 123 Anytown St. with my boyfriend John Smith. For this rebate, I can submit one using Jane Doe’s name at 123 Anytown St. John Smith cannot submit the rebate using 123 Anytown St. address. BUT, he can submit the rebate using his work address: 321 Lover Lane (I’m not sure if John Smith’s employer would appreciate rebate checks coming to the office).
      So yes you can submit the rebate using your name and your work address and your boyfriend’s name with the home address. But, like I said in the example, I’m not sure if your employer would appreciate rebate checks coming to your place of employment).

      Hope this helps! 🙂

  17. Diane

    Does it have to be the Platinum? (The ad says Platinum, but the form says Any.)

    • Amber

      Walmart only had Cascade Complete (like 16 pacs) so I bought those. The form does say “any” so I’m going to hold them to that! I just mailed my rebate in today.

    • spi_cy13

      Diane,
      The form says any, so any size and type works for this rebate. I’m just hoping that I could price match! 🙂

      • Kelly

        Actually, the form says right at the top “Try a SMALL Bag of Platinum ON US”. And the form doesn’t say “ANY” Cascade; it says “Any Cascade ActionPac up to $5.00 value”. That means typically the SMALLEST Platinum or Complete size sold. It seems to me that the $5 offer is meant to be reimbursement for a SMALL bag of Platinum you buy first to complete the offer. If you buy a small Complete then they would be just sending you free money. You wouldn’t have to spend it on a Cascade product at all, let alone the Platinum – which nullifies the whole point of this promotion. Just to be safe, I am going to make sure I buy the only Cascade Platinum ActionPac that is under $5 – that is the 14 count. Anything larger and it voids the offer.

  18. Robin

    Question. New to rebates. When it asks for the original UPC code do I have to cut it off the package! Or just write the number down? I did A rebate for downy and no way to cut the UPC off until empty? Thanks!

    • spi_cy13

      Robin,
      In the case of this rebate, you would have to carefully cut the UPC barcode from the package. Rebate forms such as the Downy one that you did would require that you handwrite the UPC barcode on the form that you are mailing to the company.

  19. Robin

    Can u write the UPC number down or does it have to be cut off the pkg? It says original… The otter day I did a bounty one and no way to cut off a liquid bottle. Thx

  20. lyndsey

    I have no idea how to print this…when I open the link it goes into my “reader” but there isn’t any printing options..no options at all

  21. Diane C

    Can I use a Target credit card or gift card to purchase, or will it make it disqualify me?

    • spi_cy13

      Diane,
      Yes you can use a Target credit card, Target debit card, and/or a Target gift card to pay for and qualify for this rebate.

  22. april

    Can anyone tell me who to address it to? It only gives me the address starting with “PO Box…” I don’t want it to get mixed up somehow if I put the wrong name.

  23. Steph Kuiper

    April, I just called Cascade and they said to address it to “Cascade $5 Rebate” and then the other info on the form. Hope that helps!

  24. Ashley

    Dollar General has the small packs this week for $3. Could I buy them and still send in the rebate??

  25. Lisa (Extreme Couponer)

    Actually you can use a coupon. I did. I happened to buy a lot of others things and on the receipt it doesn’t say what product the coupon was used for.

    • visitor3

      Ugh, I DID NOT try to use a coupon, but there was a Rite Aid printout one on the counter and the checker just decided to scan it for me (thinking she was doing me a favor, which ordinarily would be so nice!) and now my receipt shows a coupon. If I hadn’t been monitoring my roaming toddler, I would have caught her. I purposefully bought the Cascade on its own receipt, so there is now no way to do the rebate. Wah.

  26. Kissingfrogs2003

    Lisa, I’m pretty sure using a coupon when it expressly says not to constitutes fraud. In my book this would be a situation of “just because you can, does it mean you should?”

  27. Stephanie

    Buy this at walmart and use the savings catcher. If its cheaper anywhere else you’ll get the difference and cascade wont be the wiser.

  28. Regina

    Can you do Mail in rebates with an apo military address? My husband is stationed in another country.

  29. M

    They wouldn’t give me the rebate. When I purchased the Cascade, it was on sale. They insisted I’d used a coupon. Even when I told them I didn’t, I never received my rebate. Beware of the technicalities!!

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