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Treat Yourself: Crest $2 Coupon at Target


This post is sponsored by Crest.

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With all the chocolates and treats that Valentine’s Day brings, now’s the perfect time to indulge in a little self-care with Crest Toothpaste! Rekindle your love of daily brushing with a $2 coupon that’s good on some of my favorite Crest varieties including Crest Pro-Health, Crest Complete and Crest 3D White, available at your local Target store! The coupon can be found in Sunday newspapers nationwide on 2/24 or on the Target Cartwheel app.

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What’s more, there’s a Buy 4 Get $5 promotion going on, too! Receive a $5 Target gift card after a purchase of four select personal care items from Procter and Gamble such as Crest Complete, Crest Pro Health, and Crest 3D White Varieties.

Nothing is more attractive, after all, than a beautiful smile! I love that Crest 3D White Radiant Mint Whitening Toothpaste uses a patented enamel-safe teeth whitening ingredient that polishes away stains to gently whiten teeth.

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So treat yourself to clean teeth with Crest, and check out these new fashion "sweets" instead - all at Target!

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#ad Save $2 on Crest Toothpaste! Click here for details.

#ad Save $2 on Crest Toothpaste! Click here for details.

#ad Save $2 on Crest Toothpaste! Click here for details.

#ad Save $2 on Crest Toothpaste! Click here for details.

#ad Save $2 on Crest Toothpaste! Click here for details.

#ad Save $2 on Crest Toothpaste! Click here for details.

#ad Save $2 on Crest Toothpaste! Click here for details.

#ad Save $2 on Crest Toothpaste! Click here for details.

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