• $0.69 Johnson’s Baby Lotion at Kroger & Affiliates

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    Note: The price in your store may vary. Some locations will have slightly higher prices, ie. $3.49 instead of $2.99. But they will be part of the Buy 5 Save $5.

    Through 3/30, Kroger & Affilliate stores (Bakers, City Market, Dillons, Food 4 Less, Foods Co, Fred Meyer, Frys, Gerbes, Hilander, JayC Food, King Soopers, Pay Less Food, QFC, Ralphs, Smiths, Scotts) are having a Mega Sale – buy five participating items and save $5 instantly at checkout! So, for the following deals to work, you will need to buy five participating products:

    Buy two 15-oz Johnson’s Baby Lotions @$2.99/ea = $5.98
    Buy 5 Save $5.00 =-$2.00
    Use (1) $2.00/2 Johnson’s Baby Lotion =-$2.00
    Or $0.75/1 Johnson’s Baby Lotion
    Final Price: $0.99 each
    (with other qualifying purchases)

    Buy one 15-oz Johnson’s Baby Oil = $2.99
    Buy 5 Save $5.00 =-$1.00
    Use (1) $1.00/1 Johnson’s Baby Oil Product =-$1.00
    (also found here)
    Final Price: $0.99
    (with other qualifying purchases)

    Buy one 15-oz Johnson’s Baby Wash = $2.99
    ► Buy one 15-oz Johnson’s Baby Lotion = $2.99
    ► Buy three 56-64 ct Huggies Baby Wipes @$1.99/ea =-$5.97
    Sub-total: $11.95
    Buy 5 Save $5.00 =-$5.00
    Use (1) $2.00/2 Johnson’s Baby: Wash and Lotion =-$2.00
    And use (3) $0.50/1 Huggies Baby Wipes (SS 3/23, x 4/19) =-$1.50
    Final Price: $0.69 each

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      Are all of the Johnson’s baby products part of the buy 5 save $5?

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