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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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The Body Shop has a great $10 for $20 Living Social voucher!  The voucher can only be used in a local store.

You can use the voucher on sale items so the $10 Body Butter deal would be an option.  There is a limit of 3 per customer and 1 additional as a gift.

The voucher will expire on May 12th, so you have a little while.  If you redeem it in store by March 30, you’ll also receive a free 5 ml sample of your choice while supplies last.

(We don’t have one in my area, but I’m traveling between now and May and can definitely put this to use in another city.  This knocks out mother’s day presents for me!)

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    • April Stroud Roberts

      Hi! I don’t normally weigh in, but I’d like to this time. I’ve purchased two different “The Body Shop” Groupons and had an aggravating time both times. I made a promise to myself not to be lured in again.

      Mind you, I buy ALL my cosmetics and skin care from The Body Shop, so I am a HUGE fan. However, what I’ve noticed is that there are too many unspoken restrictions on these deals that you only discover once you actually get into a store unit. Each store unit tends to have their own policy about how these can be used. One manager may be easy going, yet another will say that you cannot use the item on sale merchandise or on gift sets or with a coupon for a % off. The problem for me is that the Groupon (or in this case Living Social) will not actually have those restrictions *printed* on them. You won’t find out until you’ve arrived at the cash register with a basketful of goods. If you try it, good luck, but despite being one of their biggest fans, I’ll not get involved with these anymore. I’ll wait for their 50% off sales and just buy then.

      • April Stroud Roberts

        I should mention that I wrote to Groupon after my last bout with The Body Shop’s “Calvin-ball” type in-store policies. I told the company about how much trouble I’d been through (two separate, one-way hour drives and multiple managers just to end up buying items I didn’t want so the darned things wouldn’t expire) , and Groupon refunded my money as a credit toward future Groupon purchases. Good customer service there!

      • April Stroud Roberts

        I should mention that I wrote to Groupon after my last bout with The Body Shop’s “Calvin-ball” type in-store policies. I told the company about how much trouble I’d been through (two separate, one-way hour drives and multiple managers just to end up buying items I didn’t want so the darned things wouldn’t expire) , and Groupon refunded my money as a credit toward future Groupon purchases. Good customer service there!