This deal has expired and may no longer be valid.
New rebates you can take advantage of include a highly-rated carpet cleaning product, car oil, Hill’s Science Diet pet food, and more. Plus, Procter & Gamble has released a new $15 mail-in rebate offer that can make for a great deal when combined with a great store sale and coupons.
Also, be sure to browse the rebate archive to find even more rebates that may still be valid.
$10 Garnier Rebate
Get $10 back after mail-in rebate when you buy $30 or more worth of any Garnier skincare products (excludes trial sizes) at CVS between 2/19 and 2/26, then mail in this rebate form. Do know your purchases must be made in one transaction. Rebate must be postmarked by 3/26. Limit 1 rebate per customer, per household.
$15 P&G Rebate
Get $15 back after mail-in rebate when you buy $50 or more worth of select P&G beauty products between 2/15 and 4/28, then mail in this rebate form. Products can be purchased in multiple transactions at any retailer. Rebate must be postmarked by 6/1. Limit 1 rebate per name, address or envelope.
Participating products include:
- Crest 3D White
- Head & Shoulders
- Herbal Essences
In the past, the $50 has been calculated before any manufacturer’s coupons; however, the rebate form does not clarify if this is the case or not.
Free Renuzit Fresh Accents (after mail-in rebate)
Get a free Renuzit Fresh Accents Long Last Air Freshener (up to $2.99) after mail-in rebate when you purchase a Renuzit Fresh Accent at any retailer between 2/14 and 5/14 and mail in the Try Me Free Renuzit Fresh Accents rebate form. Fragrances include After The Rain, Raspberry or Apple and Cinnamon. Rebate must be postmarked by 6/14. Limit 1 rebate per name, address or envelope.
You can use this $1/1 Renuzit Fresh Accents printable available on the Renuzit Facebook page to help minimize your out-of-pocket cost, but do know you will only be reimbursed for the purchase price minus any coupons. (Thanks, Kupon Chick!)
Free Green Earth Technologies Oil (after mail-in rebate)
Get a free 5 quart bottle of G-oil SW-30 Bio-Based Full Synthetic Green Motor Oil (up to $26) after mail-in rebate when you purchase a bottle by 2/26 at Walmart, then mail in this rebate form. Rebate must be postmarked by 3/25. The rebate form doesn’t give a start date for when the purchase can be made. Limit 1 rebate per envelope, name and address. (Thanks, Northern Cheapskate!)
Free Kids ‘N’ Pets Product (after mail-in rebate)
Get a free Kids ‘N’ Pets product after mail-in rebate when you purchase any Kids ‘N’ Pets product between 10/21/11 and 4/26/12, then mail in the rebate form found here. Limit 1 rebate per address, family, business, household or organization. Rebate must be submitted within 30 days of purchase date and postmarked no later than 3/30.
This product may be available at other retailers, but it is advertised as being available at Walmart and Amazon.com. It is also sold on Drugstore.com, and if you have a ShopRunner account, you can receive free 2-day shipping on any Drugstore.com purchase. You can also receive free shipping if you spend $25 or more.
In addition to the rebate, you can also participate in the Pass It On! contest where you can tell your friends and family members about Kids ‘N’ Pets products and be entered to win up to $5,000. (Thanks, Hip2Save!)
Free Hill’s Science Pet Food (after mail-in rebate)
Get a free 5 lb. bag of Hill’s Science Diet Light pet food (up to $13.99) after mail-in rebate at any retailer between 1/1 and 4/30, then submit this mail-in rebate form. Rebate must be postmarked by 5/31. Limit 1 offer per rebate form.
You can use this $8/1 HIlls Science Diet Dry Cat Food printable after registering to help minimize your out-of-pocket expense. The rebate form specifically says you will receive a rebate check for the value of the purchase, so I would assume you would receive the full value regardless if a coupon was used; however, I can’t verify this. Feel free to leave a comment below if you know or have had previous experiences with Hill’s Science Diet rebates. (Thanks, Northern Cheapskate!)
Your turn: How do you keep track of the mail-in rebate offers you take advantage of?