If you have been wanting to try out Dryel for your Dry Clean Clothes, be sure to check out this new Dryel mail-in rebate that’s available. You need to make your purchase at Walmart, but you will get a full refund after the rebate so it’s a great risk-free way to give it a try. Purchase the Dryel Kit and/or Refill for a refund of one or both!
Here’s what you need for the rebate:
- Completed mail-in rebate
- UPC from Dryel Kit/Refill box
- Original Walmart cash register receipt with purchase price circled
Mail your Rebate to:
Free Dryel Kit/Refill Rebate Offer
P.O. Box 2059
Rock Island, IL 61204-2059
Thanks, One Momma Saving Money!
Have you tried these yet? What did you think?
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There is also a $2.00 coupon on http://www.dryel.com to help with the out of pocket cost.
I’ve used Dryel a few times on a few different items: kids suits (I know, what was I thinking buying dry-clean only suits for my 2 and 6 year old!!) and my husband’s slacks, and ties. I’ll be honest; I’ve never had good results. I’ve ended up taking everything I’ve tried to the dry cleaners anyways. Any dirt or light spots or wrinkles were still there afterwards. It acutally didn’t seem to do anything. I still have 3 sheets left, so hopefully I’ll have better luck in the future. For free though, you can’t go wrong trying it out!
It’s a moneymaker when you use the $2 Dryel PDF coupon. Also be sure to request the coupon by mail to receive $10 in other OneCare Products
head over to the Dryel Site and request coupons by email and mail.
1) Complete the form to receive a $2 Dryel coupon by email. It is a PDF format coupon that expires 12/31/10.
Once you have printed your coupons:
2) Submit form to receive a $2 Dryel coupon by mail along with $10 in coupons for other ONEcare products.
Here’s the link:
I have to agree with Caetie, maybe I didn’t use them right but I haven’t had much in the way of results after using their products. For free I would give it a try, and if anyone finds something this is really good at cleaning please let us know, but I don’t think I would spend the trip to Walmart for this, given my past experiences.
Thanks to matt and caetie :)
Here’s a direct link to the $2 Dryel starter kit/refill PDF: https://www.dryel.com/fileadmin/coupons/Dryel_Coupon_12-31-10.pdf
I have used these on my wool winter coat and they seem to work fine for me. They removed the stains I had and left my coat smelling fresh. :)
Didn’t anyone notice this: To receive your Dryel Rebate, fill out and print the form to the right. Within a few days, you will receive your authorized rebate form from us via EMAIL*. After receiving your form, follow the instructions on the form, as below.
It has been a week and I haven’t received my “form” in my email. I’m afraid to try it by mailing in the internet form.
I haven’t received my email form yet either???
I purchased the starter kit and refill at Walmart last week and there was a rebate form in the starter kit box. Look for the boxes with the “Try Dryel Free” logo on the front.
I also have not received my email authroized rebate form. I did the “contact us” and eamiled them yesterday about it… Also, do anyone know if this rebate is good for BOTH the refill and kit or jsut or the other? I have heard both things…..
Did anyone receive the rebate form? I am not sure if I did something wrong but I have sent three inquiries through the “contact us” and haven’t received a reply. I like the protect but I am becoming frustrated with the customer service related to this rebate:(
I received mine in an email last week, but that was a week or two after I completed the preliminary form on their website.
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