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Big List of Rebates

Here is a listing of some current rebates available:

Red Baron Pan Pizza - Up to $6.49 rebate if you are not satisfied that their pizza is better than delivery.
Keebler Wheatables - Up to $3.89 rebate.
Febreze NOTICEables - $3.50 rebate for a new warmer.
Ocedar PROMIST - $5.00 rebate on their wet/dry cleaning system.
Olay - $20 rebate when you purchase $50 worth of facial products.
Aveeno Lotion - FREE full size AVEENO® Daily Moisturizing Lotion. Coupon by mail (up to $10.99 value) when you buy 3 products from participating brands. Go to site and pick 'Aveeno' from the drop-down menu on the top right.
Butterball Turkey and Fryer - $5.00 rebate when you buy one Butterball turkey and one Butterball electric fryer.
Clorox 2 - Up to $7.00 rebate if you are not completely satisfied with your purchase.
Clorox ToiletWand System - $5.00 rebate.
Drano Max Gel - Up to $8.75 rebate if you are not completely satisfied with the product.
Heinz Cocktail Sauce - Up to $3.99 if you are unsatisfied with the product.
Just for Men Touch of Gray - Up to $9.50 rebate.
Kellogg's Fiber Plus Cereal - Up to $4.49 rebate.
Liquid-Plumr - Up to $5.00/$9.00 depending on product and if you are not satisfied with your purchase.
Pantene - Refund of your purchase price x2 if you not happy with the product.

Be sure to read the details of each manufacturer's offer! You can get some great deals combining coupons and sending in for rebates. However, don't send for a "money back guarantee" rebate if you really like the product. CALL the company and tell them how much you like their product and most likely they will send you coupons!! Also be on the lookout for hang-tags and tear pads with rebates in-store.

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