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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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allergy rebate

Do you suffer from allergies? If so, don’t miss out on a rebate offer from McNeil Consumer Healthcare. Get a $20 Visa Gift Card (while supplies last) when you purchase (3) or more participating products during the same shopping trip on (1) receipt.

Do note that you will need to purchase at least (2) “Treat products” and (1) “Soothe product” to earn the gift card.  They also need to be on the same receipt.

This can be a HUGE Money maker right now with awesome deals on Benadryl at Publix and Harris Teeter!

Treat products include:

Zyrtec
Benadryl
Sudafed
Tylenol Sinus

Soothe products include:

Visine
Neo Eczema
Simply Saline
Kleenex

Allow (3) weeks to receive your gift card once your information is submitted.

Deal Idea at Publix or Harris Teeter:

Buy:
(2) Benadryl 24 ct., $1.99 ea. (after coupons)
(1) Kleenex Tissues, 75-120 ct., $1.95 (reg. price)
Total Due: $5.93

Get Back: $20 Visa Gift Card!!

You’ll make $14.07 profit!

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    • Mike

      my luck is the catch phrase while cards last, I’d submit and NEVER hear or get anything and its stuff I don’t use so I’d lose

    • phyllis w

      i didnt get the benedryl cpns in our paper,so im going to use the $5/3 publix digital and stack with(2) 2/1storecpns (1) 1.25/1 store cpn and buy 2 of the allergy benedry,l 1 of the topical, 1 kleenex oop 5.87 i think lol havent tried digital cpns yet.and submit rebate

    • Mary S

      Just did this at Target since I don’t leave near those grocery stores, plus I had a $5/$20 Target pharmacy mailer coupon and got some vitamins too so I could use that. Not counting the $5 coupon, I paid $7.25 for the same items–ultra soft Kleenex $1.69, 2 Benadryl allergy 24 ct $2.78 each after $2/2 printable coupon and 10% Cartwheel (on price cut right now for $4.21). Rebate definitely seems too good to be true, but hey, we can always use allergy meds, even if I wouldn’t normally pay that much for Kleenex. I got ultra soft since it’s the one pictured on the rebate form–I read on another blog that someone called their customer service and was told to buy only the pictured items.

    • Kristi

      we need a forum here to talk about this – it is so discouraging to do rebates sometimes – I never got anything back on that first aid kit deal last year (around Nov I think). I never heard back from that $15 P&G deal. And there have been one or two other small ones. I will probably do this one if the bendryl is a deal at HT because we do use that sometimes.

      • Toni

        You know what I do? I Xerox everything before I send it in–filled-out forms, receipts, UPC#s if asked for, – even the addressed, stamped envelope. I staple or tape my copies together and tape them to a certain place on my cupboard door. I write down on my copy the date (usually 8-10 weeks away) by which I should have received the rebate in the mail. I also write down the 1-800 number to call or web address to look up in case I do not receive my rebate by the date I have written down. Then I follow up if I do not receive my rebate in the allotted time frame. That has always worked for me. I have had to make phone calls many times, but it always means I get my rebate. Once I called only to find out that my mail carrier’s substitute had sent the rebate check back to sender, saying that I no longer lived at that address! If I hadn’t called, I never would have received that $7 rebate check. I have received every rebate I have submitted over the years except for one. Luckily, for that one, I still had some of the unused product so I returned it to Publix for my money back since the rebate did not come.

    • avogel

      If you don’t receive a rebate or offers, it’s often worthwhile to follow up with the company or rebate clearinghouse processing their requests at the 1-800 #’s on the rebate form – that’s why they recommend keeping a copy for your records:). If you have a copy of your original submission, they can research it and usually re-send the rebate or premium item.
      For this offer, the form isn’t clear – are there minimum sizes required for the products?
      Thanks!

    • Laurel

      Can it be any variety of any of the products listed? Or does it have to be specific item sizes or formulas, etc. I can’t find a link to the required products.

    • Bri

      Yes ALWAYS keep copies for your records! Companies bank on customers not following up.
      Last year I called to check on a paint rebate & they tried telling me that I didn’t buy the correct items. But the rebate form printed from the register & was triggered by the items purchased. They re-entered my info & I got my checks.

    • miracle

      Are those the only two stores that participating I dont have either one in my area

    • vickisfloyd

      I actually got the Benadryl for only $2.98 oop using two of the $2/1 Publix Q and the $3/2 manufacturer’s Qs. $9.98 – $7 = $2.98