$5 for $50 Worth of Proctor and Gamble Products

by Laura on November 30, 2010

 And all those savings without using coupons.  Who would have known it was possible?  Here is how:

Today in Lexington the Groupon deal is $25 for $50 worth of items from Dormzy (use the drop down box on the top to find Lexington).  You don’t have to live in Lexington to take advantage of the deal- it’s all on-line.

Get a $50 voucher to Dormzy for $25 and free shipping!!  Dormzy sells health and beauty items, cleaners, over the counter medicine and other types of items.

 I see Oil of Olay Body Wash, Secret deoderant, and Herbal Essenses Shampoo and Conditioner (only one type though) that will qualify for the rebate below!

So you pay $25 for your Groupon.  In 24 hours, the code to use to make your purchase will show up in your inbox.

THEN select $50 worth of select Proctor and Gamble products from Dormzy (Oil of Olay, Venus, Covergirl, Secret, Pantene, Herbal Essense and Clairol). 

When you get your order from Dormzy keep your receipt and submit it with this rebate form to get a $20 rebate from Proctor and Gamble!   

So in conclusion:
Pay $25 for Groupon
Get $50 Worth of Proctor and Gamble Merchandise
Get $20 Rebate from Proctor and Gamble
Final Price after Rebate: $5 plus all the cool stuff

I would have never noticed this, so a big THANK YOU to Common Sense With Money!

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