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Monday Mail-In Rebates: Seventh Generation, Toy Story 3 + More!

by Tara Kuczykowski on November 1, 2010 · 7 comments

Monday MIRs are brought to you by Christina from Northern Cheapskate. Her passion is helping people take control of their finances through coupon-clipping, freebie-finding and frugal living strategies.

  • Rayovac/Toy Story 3. Buy (2) 12 packs (or larger) of Rayovac batters and Toy Story 3 on DVD or Blu-Ray Combo Pack and get $5 back by mail.
  • Fekkai. Get a FREE Mini Hairspray (1.5 oz. Travel Size, a $9 value) when you purchase any Fekkai hair care product by 11/15. Offer good while supplies last.
  • Olay. Get a $20 rebate when you buy $50 worth of Olay Facial Moisturizers, Facial Treatments and/or Facial Cleansers before 1/31/11.
  • Ace Hardware.  Get $5 to $10 back by mail on your purchase of select drills, sanders, and jigsaws.  There is also a rebate on a ceramic heater and fan.  Purchase must be made 10/20 and 11/30.
  • Johnson & Johnson. Buy any (2) Neosporin, Band-Aid or Purell Instant Hand Sanitizer products and get $6 in coupons by mail.  Offer excludes trial size products and ends 11/30.

If you're new to mail-in-rebates, be sure to read Northern Cheapskate's Simple Tips for Getting Rebates.

See the previous MIR roundups for more offers that are still available!

{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Dee November 2, 2010 at 4:37 pm

How do we fill out rebates for both the soup and batteries when both require the proof of purchase from the DVD?


2 Christina @ Northern Cheapskate November 2, 2010 at 11:25 pm

Dee - Unfortunately, you can't do both unless you buy 2 copies of the DVD AND all the stuff. If you're only buying one DVD, you'll have to chose which rebate you'd rather do. (I think the soup is probably the one the costs the least up front).


3 Tara Kuczykowski November 3, 2010 at 12:51 am

Actually, you can do both! Disney DVDs have two proof of purchase tabs on them, so you can take advantage of up to two mail-in rebates when you purchase them. Just check to see whether you need original receipts or if a photocopy will suffice. If you do need two original receipts, just remember to ask the cashier for a rebate receipt when checking out - almost all stores can accommodate this request.


4 Christina @ Northern Cheapskate November 3, 2010 at 11:48 am

Wow! I learned something new, Tara! I didn't realize that Disney DVDs had two proofs of purchase on them! That's very good to know!


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