Over $10 Worth of Persil Cash Back Offers = Up to 40% Off Laundry Detergent at Walmart

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Shop at Walmart to save on laundry detergent!

Through May 15th, check your Ibotta app for the following Walmart cash back offers on Persil Laundry Detergent:

  • Get $1.50 cash back via Ibotta when you buy Persil ProClean 40oz Laundry Detergent, any variety (limit 5)
  • Get $2 cash back via Ibotta when you buy Persil 15-Count Laundry Detergent Discs, any variety (limit 5)
  • Get $3 cash back via Ibotta when you buy Persil 100-150oz Laundry Detergent, any variety (limit 5)
  • Get $4 cash back via Ibotta when you buy Persil 38 or 40-Count Laundry Detergent Discs, any variety (limit 5)

Pair these offers with Walmart’s low everyday prices to stock up on laundry detergent on the cheap…

Walmart Deal Ideas (Thru 5/15):

hand holding up a container of persil discs

Persil 15-Count Laundry Detergent Discs $4.94
Pay $4.94
Get $2 cash back via Ibotta when you buy Persil 15-Count Laundry Detergent Discs, any variety (exp 5/15; limit 5)
Final cost $2.94!

Persil ProClean 25 load bottle

Persil ProClean Liquid Laundry Detergent 40oz Bottle $5.24
Pay $5.24
Get $1.50 cash back via Ibotta when you buy Persil ProClean 40oz Laundry Detergent, any variety (exp 5/15; limit 5)
Final cost $3.74!

hand pulling a container of persil discs from a store shelf

Persil Laundry Detergent Discs 38-Count $11.97
Pay $11.97
Get $4 cash back via Ibotta when you buy Persil 38 or 40-Count Laundry Detergent Discs, any variety (exp 5/15; limit 5)
Final cost $7.97!

bottles of persil laundry detergent on a store shelf

Persil ProClean Liquid Laundry Detergent 100oz Bottle $11.97
Pay $11.97
Get $3 cash back via Ibotta when you buy Persil 100-150oz Laundry Detergent, any variety (exp 5/15; limit 5)
Final cost $8.97!


Keep your home clean on a budget!

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Comments 6

  1. linfun

    Through February 15th?

    • Liza (Hip Sidekick)

      Whoops! That should have said May. I’ve updated the post, thanks for catching!

  2. Evie

    An overpriced soap if you ask me. Good, when I can get for $1.00 or less. Glad I stocked up years ago.
    Inflation is a tax on those making less than $400,000 a year.

  3. Chrissy Goff

    It is better than Tide for sure. We used it for decades. I remember my grandmother using the powder. I don’t think they had the liquid back then.

    • Evie

      Both are overrated. They just use less water.
      When prices go up, consumers may decide they do not need the product. Most compensate by adding water and using less.

  4. Chrissy Goff

    I never use as much laundry detergent as suggest ever no matter the brand. I use about half the suggested amount or less.

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