$3/3 Johnson’s products = free First Aid Kits at CVS, Target and elsewhere

Did you see the $3/3 Johnson’s product coupon in Sunday’s SmartSource newspaper insert? It does not exclude trial sizes, so you can use this on the Johnson’s First Aid To Go Kits which are priced at around $1 each at CVS, Target and elsewhere to get them free!

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  1. Leigh says

    buy $10 worth of J&J red cross, bandaid and/or neosporin at CVS get $5ECB. I had enough coupons to get 10 little first aid kits for free.

  2. says

    How many would you need in order to get the 5 ECBs? Would you need 4 coupons and purchase 12 first aid kits? I’d love to have some kits to give away or donate, but I’m not sure if they will have 12 in stock. The $5 ECBs would be great though! Also, would I have to add a filler since everything would be free?

    • Rae says

      @Allyson, A lot of times at CVS they have some in the travel/trial section and then more (sometimes a whole display on the side of an endcap) near the first aid aisle. I have in the past gotten enough for the deal and not even come close to clearing them out.

    • Rachel says

      @Allyson,
      I read that the First Aid to Go kits didn’t work toward the deal, so don’t count on it being easy to get your 5 ECBs. Free isn’t bad though;)

  3. Liz says

    Did this at Target this morning! Great! I carry one in our diaper bag…it has come in handy before, and I’m sure it will again. Unfortunately, one of the three kits slid underneath the infant carrier in the cart and didn’t get rang…I will have to go back tomorrow and pay for it. Perhaps I’ll find more Target deals to check out between now and then! :)

  4. Bonnie says

    Does the $3/3 coupon beep at TGT if I only buy 3 kits at $.99 each? I don’t care about getting overage but I hate beepage. Thanks!

  5. CJ says

    My Target gives me grief any time I try to use any coupon for the first aid kits. Sometimes I’m successful getting them to push it through and sometimes not. Some of them wont even try to scan it to see if it beeps. CVS takes just about any coupon I give them, it’s so nice!

  6. Wendy says

    There’s a printable $2/1 gauze bandage coupon out there, too – I got two gauze packets ($3.50 each) and one bandaids with the $3/3 coupon, and ended up getting them all free. ($10 spent, minus the $5 ECB, minus $5 total coupons.)

  7. says

    Does this work for the ECB deal this week at CVS? I thought about buying them for “free” and seeing if it credited to the deal before buying other things – but if someone knows, it would be great to know ahead of time what to expect.

  8. Shauna says

    I went to Target and had no problem. I purchased the first aid kits, band aids, pantene shampoo and conditioner, and clean and clear travel sizes and it all worked fine and my cashier didn’t say a word. The lady behind my was quite impressed and wanted to know how I got everything for free.

  9. James says

    My ss didn’t have this coupon. :(

    nor did it have the hunt’s pudding. It had $1/3 hunts sauce. :(

  10. Melissa says

    I know lots of people who didn’t get the coupon in their ss, either. Bummer! Just a heads up, it did NOT work towards the Johnson and Johnson extra bucks deal for me. FYI. :) I got 10 free, so it didn’t matter, but just wanted to let everyone know!

  11. Amber says

    My CVS doesn’t seem to have enough of these to do the ECB deal. Does anyone know if the ECB has actually printed WYB 12 first aid kits and get them free?