Target: Seventh Generation Pads, Tampons & Liners Only $1.07 Each (No Coupons Needed!)

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Through May 6th, Target is offering up a FREE $5 Target Gift Card when you purchase 3 select Seventh Generation Feminine Care items! Even sweeter, there is a 10% off Seventh Generation Feminine Care Cartwheel Offer available to stack – making for a sweet deal…

Target Deal Idea (Thru 5/3):

Buy 1 Seventh Generation pads 16-count $3.79
Buy 1 Seventh Generation liners 50-count $3.79
Buy 1 Seventh Generation tampons 16-count $3.79

Total = $11.37
Use the 10% off Seventh Generation Feminine Care Cartwheel Offer – will deduct $1.14
Pay $10.23
Get back a FREE $5 Target Gift Card
Earn $1 cash back via ibotta when you buy 1 Seventh Generation pads 14ct+ (exp 5/3)
Earn $1 cash back via ibotta when you buy 1 Seventh Generation tampons 16ct+ (exp 5/3)
Final cost $3.23 total – just $1.07 each!


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Comments 35

  1. Martha

    Anyone able to provide feedback on their feminine hygiene products? I’ve never used them

    • Susan

      I actually started breaking out from pads until I found these. Seventh Generation Pads are the only pads I use now. My GYN told me the stuff other companies use to wick away wetness can be irritating “down there”. I absolutely love these pads and have never had any issues. Been using them for years now.

      • Erica (Silly Sidekick)

        Awesome to hear Susan! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Roxy

    I never tried their feminine products but when saw these on shelves months ago I kept looking for great deals. I was going to pay $4 to try but $1? Definitely getting these. I use Seventh Generation products for yrs and LOVE it. The dish soap, hand soap, detergent, wipes and diapersπŸ‘πŸ‘Œso I’m sure their feminine products are just as good as everything else!!😊

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Good to know how much you have enjoyed the Seventh Generation brand! Thanks so much for the great feedback!

  3. brandi

    The tampons work great and are organic.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for the great review Brandi!

  4. Roxy

    I always wanted to try their feminine products ever since I saw them at Fred Meyer shelves few months ago for $4, but $1 deal? Definitely buying. I’ve been using Seventh Generation products for years: dish soap, hand soap, detergent, baby wipes and diapers. THE BEST! I’m sure their feminine products are just as great as everything else!!😊

  5. Sandy

    Thanks for the information, ladies! I’ve been wanting to try these, but was hesitant to buy them until I read your comments.

  6. Marina

    I LOVE these pads! They are the only ones I use. I love that they are chlorine free. Ever since I switched to these a few years ago, I never had a UTI. I will always buy them

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Happy to hear how much you have liked them Marina! Thanks for sharing!

  7. Sarah

    Darn. Looks like I’m going to have to make another target trip this week. What a bummer πŸ˜‰

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Lol! Happy shopping! πŸ˜‰

  8. Sara

    I switched to organic a couple of years ago. This is a smokin’ deal! Thanks!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re so welcome!

  9. ANGEL

    Can you just buy 3 of the pads and not the 3 different items?

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You can purchase three of the same variety and still grab the gift card and use the Cartwheel offer, however the ibotta rebates are a limit of 1. Hope this helps!

      • ANGEL

        Thanks so much!

  10. Kim

    The tampons are $5.69 on their website, and not the 3.79 price as shown.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for sharing Kim! The in store sale can be different from the online price. Hope this helps!

    • Nicole

      My store also says they are 5.69. πŸ™ Hoping they are really cheaper in the store.

    • Garfield

      Same in NV. $5.69 πŸ™ I bought them anyway. Web site also shows higher price.

    • holly

      I checked BrickSeek’s website to find a lower priced store in my area, but the regular price reflects $5.99. So it will be $5.69 instore. Bummer!

  11. Laura 2

    If the Ibotta deal ends 5/3 wouldn’t the deal also end the same day?

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for catching! Just updated! πŸ˜‰

  12. chantiia fiffie

    You can get 2 of the pads on 1 receipt for Ibotta if you don’t use tampons.

  13. Victoria

    I am not seeing the pads or tampons on my Ibotta. Anyone else have this problem?

    • Jacky

      I am not seeing the Ibotta deal either:(

    • DealGetterRN

      Same here πŸ™

    • ET

      I just saw it this morning in Ibotta.

  14. Joy

    I have an IUD so I no longer need pads or tampons. This is a great deal though so I will be donating to the women’s shelter.

  15. C

    I’m trying out ibotta for the first time. Can I unlock deals even if I buy online?!

  16. Joy

    My store only had the liners. No shelf slot for the pads or tampons. Also my ibotta deals say limit 2 of each.. the tampons show as $1.50 off each not $1.00. I got a lucky offer but no product to buy. πŸ™

  17. chelsie

    tampons in my target were over $5 a box so not as good of a deal even with the $1.50 ibotta. stuck with 2 pads and a liner to get the $1.07 breakdown!

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