Flex Menstrual Cup Only $22.74 After Cash Back on Target.com (Regularly $35)

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Target sells eco-friendly products!

Through October 30th, head to Target where you can save 15% off Flex & Softdisc products when you use this new Circle offer!

Pair this with a huge $7 Ibotta rebate and snag the Flex Cup and Disc Bonus pack that includes two free Menstrual Discs. Depending on your flow, you can switch between using Flex Disc and Flex Cup throughout your cycle.

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This comes in two different sizes; a slim fit which is ideal for light to medium flows and is great for first-time cup users, and a full fit which is ideal for heavier flows. Each box includes a discreet bag for storage & travel.

You can swim, exercise, and sleep all night in this, plus it’s perfect for traveling because you can use this for 12 hours without thinking about it. And no worries because these are phthalate-free, hypoallergenic, no fragrance added, and BPA-Free. Plus they’re eco-friendly and save you money!

Target Deal Idea (Thru 10/30):

FLEX Menstrual Cup+ 2 FREE Menstrual Discs FULL or SLIM Fit $34.99
Use the 15% off Flex & Softdisc products Circle offer (exp10/30)
Choose free store pick up if shopping onling
Pay $29.74
Get $7 cash back via Ibotta when you buy a Flex Menstrual Cup (limit 1)
Final cost $22.74!

HIP TIP: To score cash back with online orders, you’ll need to make sure that your Target account is linked in your Ibotta account and then opt for free store pick-up at checkout.

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Read Sara’s in-depth review on how to use this and see how much money she saved!

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Comments 18

  1. Denise

    Looks intimidating but was the best purchase I have ever made! My cycles became more heavy as I got older and was blowing through tampons that constantly leaked and needed changed hourly. I now can go 12 hours until I need to remove cup on heavy flow days. There is a slight learning curve to insertion and removal but after a couple cycles I mastered it. Never ever go back to tampons. I wish I had learned about these years ago. I bought a different one that came with two sizes sm and lg. They recommend the lg size if you have had children

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Thank you for explaining! I’m so glad it’s been a fantastic purchase!

  2. Kruiz528

    Probably not the best place to ask but how in the world do you use it again after the 12 hours? Like in a public bathroom. You Just dump it out and re use without rinsing? Lol. I can’t wrap my head around this.

    • Kathleen

      Some people will bring a water bottle and rinse the cup into the toilet

    • Denise

      I only work 8 hour shifts so I only change it at home. Personally I would not feel comfortable in a public restroom

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      This is a great place to ask the question. I found this on the Flex cup page: If you do end up needing to empty it in a public restroom, some users like to bring a reusable water bottle into the stall with them to give their hands and the cup a quick rinse. This is a great way of getting around walking to the sink with your cup. You can just give it a proper wash when you get home.

  3. Kana

    Has anyone used the Flex cup and also tried other menstrual cups? I’ve been doing research because I’d like to make the switch from pads and tampons, but how does the Flex cup really compare to others?

    • Yippee

      I got the Flex cup a year ago and won’t go back to pads or tampons. I can’t compare Flex with the other brands but I like this product due to the pull tab. It makes it easier for removal, just like a tampon. There was a learning curve for insertion and removal but after 2 cycles, I had it down. I’ve also used the thinx panties along with the cup on heavier days, just as a backup. But it now!

    • Samantha

      There are so many different brands, so I did this quiz to find out which one would prob work best for me… https://putacupinit.com/quiz/ I ended up going with the saalt period cup and have been very happy with it. I was able to get it at target a couple years ago with a cartwheel offer

    • beth-3

      Putacupinit.com has lots of reviews & comparisons. It took me some trial and error to find the right cup. I didn’t realize that my cervix lowers a bit during my cycle (I had no idea that was even a thing!!). So longer cups like the Diva didn’t fit well. I also have a heavy cycle so I chose the shortest, widest cup I could find (I use a Super Jennie). I don’t know if it’s the combo of the low cervix (it can actually dip into the cup) and my heavy cycle but I can not go the 12 hours some ladies can. On my heavy day, it’s every 2 hrs and I wear pad back up. I still prefer it over tampons. Although when traveling during the heavy day of my cycle, I do revert to tampons but I have emptied my cup in public restrooms with out issue.

      • rebecca

        hey, i hear ya about the diva cup. they make it seem like on their website the ANYONE can use it successfully and will love their Diva cup with a mad passion. but my cervix also pushed it out over and over again. i could literally not walk across the room after insertion and it would get pushed down so far that it was sticking out.
        i found out it is their long style that is NOT compatible with many normal physical situations. (they are also a style of rubber that is very rigid and thick, and has a very thick stem.)

        if this helps anybody, after multiple emails to their company, i found out also that if you’re over 40, ‘your musculature may not have the integrity to use’ their product successfully without ‘a sexual physical therapist consultation’!

        i hope this helps others: try a shorter, more flexible cup first!

    • Beck

      My menstrual journey just started about 5 months ago (don’t know why I waited so long!!) I’ve tried the flex cup and the talisi cup (comes in 2 sizes). I much prefer the talisi (I’ve had 3 kiddos). I use the smaller one when flow is light. I liked the idea of the flex cup (when you pull on it, it pulls from top too and releases suction), but it just didn’t work out for me personally. My dd (19) loves the flex cup, but I also don’t think she tried any others. I won’t go back to pads/tampons. So far, I haven’t worn pads with it. I would if I were leaving house though. I haven’t needed to empty away from home yet. There is a learning curve & you have to make sure that it is open after insertion. I would suggest watching you tube video of the different folds. Some of the folds didn’t work at all for me.
      TMI here – I have also found it works like a pessary. After 3 kids, sneezes aren’t always fun!!

      • Beck

        I mean my menstrual CUP journey.. lol

    • rebecca

      i came here to say that i DON’T recommend Diva cup. i agree that it is designed too long. i tried getting it to work for almost a year, and i had to email their company multiple times to get them to admit that Diva is not really compatible with tilted uterus, low cervix, short cervix, and multiple other quite normal physical conditions.
      i wish i had not spent that $35. i even read SO much info on it before ordering, and relied on Diva’s sizing recommendations, and they did not make it clear on their website or in the packaging info that not all can use their cup successfully. good luck!

  4. kkennedy240

    I started using the flex cup a year ago and love it but like someone else said I only empty it at home and even a year later find it to be quite messy during heavy days. I do plan on using tampons only when traveling for this reason.

  5. stephanie-22

    I started with the diva cup about 4 years ago, bought this one just before a trip and didn’t read the instructions lol! I figured it out, but should’ve read them first! I think I like it better than the diva cup actually. – mom of 4, full 7 day cycle, public bathrooms and all! Lol

  6. Jeanette

    thank y’all for this and also for the folks who suggested the quiz!! I have tried only one cup and I only got it to work once…(I do have a tilted uterus) with the quiz…they really narrow it down…I might have to give it a try again!

  7. K

    I’ve tried a few brands of cups in the past, but can’t get any to work consistently for me. I have carried a single baby and twins to full term. With my first, the single baby, I had what the doctors called a “prolonged pushing phase” – after becoming fully dilated I pushed for over 4 hours. I ended up with a prolapsed uterus that I had to go to physical therapy to help correct. Now 8 years later it all depends. Sometimes my cervix sits high up, sometimes the uterus drops again. No cup yet has seemed to work. I like the idea of less waste than there is with tampons – but every cup is so dang pricey and once you use it and it doesn’t work it’s garbage.

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