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THREE BIC Razor 10-Count Packs Just $3.98 Total After Mail-In-Rebate at Target

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Through February 23rd, Target is offering a FREE $5 Target Gift Card when you buy three BIC Razors 10-Count Packs.

Even sweeter, through March 9th, you can score a FREE Pack of select BIC Razors (up to $10 value!) when you submit this mail-in rebate form!

To score your free BIC Razors, head here, fill out the rebate form and then mail in your store receipt and the UPC barcode cut from the razor package. The rebate amount is figured before taxes and after any coupons used.

Combine these offers with a digital coupon to score a HOT deal on BIC Razors!

Target Deal Idea (Thru 2/23):

Buy three BIC Flex 2 Hybrid Razor 10-Count Pack $5.99 each 
Total = $17.97
Use the $3/1 BIC Disposable Razors single-use coupon found in the Target app (exp 2/23)
Pay $14.97
Get a FREE $5 Target Gift Card
Submit for free BIC Razor Pack Mail-In Rebate (get $5.99 back)
Final cost $3.98 – just $1.33 each!

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Comments 10

  1. Belle

    Is there a limit for the rebate how many packs you can submit for? Would all 3 go on the same form?

  2. sparx

    Someone messed up the math on this.

    The rebate is only for the price you paid. So $5.97.

    $14.97 – $5 GC – $5.97 Rebate = $4

    The terms of the rebate technically say they will deduct coupons. So technically, they could deduct another $3 from the rebate. Making the deal potentially $7 for all.

    • sparx

      oops… meant $5.99, but 2 cents doesn’t change much. $3.98 versus $4.

      • Michelle

        If you’re buying 3 then you get the full rebate, which would be $10

        • sparx

          The rebate was for one product. Says right on the page “Any one BIC Razors Premium Product”

          Since you have to send the original receipt, you can’t even use it a second time to meet the “Limit 2” of the rebate. It would need to be on a separate receipt for a separate submission.

          This is not going to work.

          • Michelle

            It didn’t say the limit 2 had to be done separately though. Worth a try, regardless, it’s a great price

          • Cassandra (Hip Sidekick)

            So sorry for any confusion, sparx. We have updated the post.

  3. Katie

    I think you could use the submit the rebate for one of the other two that the coupon didn’t apply to and still get the $10 rebate.

  4. Laura

    You can’t do a rebate for three razors..I’m not sure why the hip2save team posted this because it’s not accurate at all. The rebate is only for a single BiC item, limit 1 razor package.
    You can do two rebates per household, but you would need to have a separate transaction and the rebate issued to a different person other than yourself if you have already submitted for one.
    This rebate doesn’t work for 3 separate razors in the same transaction and with gift cards and coupons.

    • Cassandra (Hip Sidekick)

      We apologize for the confusion, Laura. The post has been updated.

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