FREE 1oz Nivea Creme Tin at Target (79¢ Value) | Just Use Your Phone

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woman's hand holding 1oz tin of Nivea Creme lotion

Target has a freebie to add to your list!

Through October 31st, head to Target where you can snag a FREE Nivea 1oz Crème Body, Face & Hand Moisturizing Cream (regularly 79¢) when you use the $2/1 Eucerin Body Product Or Eucerin Baby Product Circle Offerin-store only!

Here’s an easy freebie to add to your purchase if you’re heading to Target!

Note that in order for this coupon to work, you must make an additional purchase to get your total over $2. We tried it with a bottle of Coke priced at $1.99 and it did take off the 79¢ for the Nivea without any issues.

Here’s the deal…

Nivea Creme Lotion

Buy 1 Nivea 1oz Crème Tin 79¢
Buy an additional item to get your total over $2
Use $2/1 Eucerin Product Circle Offer one-time use manufacturer coupon*
Final cost Just pay for the item you bought and the Nivea will be FREE!

This Circle coupon will automatically adjust down to the price of the product to make it free!


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Comments 17

  1. Mia

    I don’t seem to get this deal. It’s $2 coupon but the Nivea crime is only $0.79. What am I missing?

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      They just take the value of the cream off – so even though the coupon is $2, they remove 79¢ making it free. Does that make sense, Mia?

  2. Shelly D

    A student gave me this last year. It’s amazing!

  3. Paula

    Is Nivea the same as Eucerin?

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      It is not. Eucerin is a thicker cream.

    • Pat

      I clicked on the Circle coupon and it shows that the coupon is good for the Nivea tin, check it out yourself.

  4. B

    Is this a new direction for H2S? The coupon is very clearly for Eucerin, but you’re advocating for people to use it on Nivea? Blatant misuse of the coupon. I understand the coupon clearly has a programming issue that it deducts for purchasing the Nivea, but you’re exploiting that and encouraging other coupon misuse in the process. Something I would have never ever expected from H2S.

    • Emily

      I agree. This feels like misuse of this particular coupon. Nivea and Eucerin are owned by the same parent company, but they are different products and this little nivea tin should not be eligible for this coupon when you look at the wording.

    • jennap

      Hi there, B! I’m sorry for any confusion. Eucerin and Nivea are from the same company, which is why the coupon is valid on Eucerin and Nivea products.

      • B

        Does anyone remember what started the big coupon fraud debacle years ago? Using coupons that were for Crest Whitestrips on Tide, Bounty, and Charmin. All 3 are owned by the same company, P&G. Are you then advocating, because it’s the same company, that I can again use Crest on Tide or Bounty or Charmin? Using Crest coupons on any thing other than Crest (and following the wording on the coupon) is coupon fraud. Collin would’ve never let this fly. Very disappointed.

  5. Lee

    Totally a misuse of a coupon (aka fraud)! Clearly states Eucerin AND it excludes trial/travel size, which is what this size is. Just because it works doesn’t mean you should use it. Really disappointed Hip2Save!

    • jennap

      Hi, Lee! I’m sorry you feel that way. Eucerin and Nivea are from the same company. And although the tin is a smaller item, it is not actually a travel or trial size item, which is why it is eligible for the coupon savings.

    • rebecca

      When you look up the tin on Target’s website, the coupon comes up as a circle offer oddly enough.

  6. Wa

    Not a travel size! I have bought this for 15 years!

  7. Sheila

    Y’all should slow your roll. When I log into my Circle account on my laptop and add that Eucerin coupon, then click on offer details, it specifically shows that this Nivea product is eligible. So I’m not going to sweat it. If Target says its ok to use, then I’m going to use it.

  8. Evie

    As long as it is free, who cares! The corporations more than make up for it! Look at their pricing models! Most items are double or more the price I paid 3 and 5 years ago. I do not believe coupon fraud or shoplifting is causing the prices to go up!
    At least the item will be utilized and not rot on the shelf!
    Prices are going up because they can! The gov and corporations want to inflate everything away!
    More deals for me please.

  9. Gigi

    Thanks….

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