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$1/1 Johnson’s Baby Lotion

There’s a new $1/1 Johnson’s Baby Lotion coupon here (IE) or here (FF). Since there is no size restriction on these coupons, you can use them to get the travel sized ones free. (Thanks, Sarah!)

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  1. Kara says

    I just got home from my local Walmart. I had grabbed two trial size baby lotions, one coupon I had stated “not valid for travel size,” the second (the one above does not). The cashier said, and I quote “because the item is less than $1, we don’t take it.”

  2. michelle says

    I had a problem using these types of coupons at Target, they wouldn’t take them because the travel sized items were priced under $1. They wouldn’t give them to me for free.

    • tina says

      @michelle, Michelle, Sometimes I problems at Target too. If it is going to be more trouble than it’s worth I will just tell them to take the item off my order. But sometimes I’ll politely tell them that their corporate coupon policy dictates that it’s fine to use a coupon that’s over the amount off the item. And that they’re supposed to price adjust. You just got to judge the situation. Sorry that happened to you.

    • Marion says

      I had the same problem at Target. I didn’t want to embarrass myself over $5, so I just got the items, (Reach, Johnson and Johnson) I’ll keep the receipt and return them on a future trip. Some cashiers just push it through, but some don’t I have found some cashiers who are amused at my savings, and try to get all my coups through. I avoid the cranky looking cashiers for sure and will even stroll around the store until they bring more checkers up front!

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