I just love to get free gifts with my purchases especially when they are beauty products. Hudson’s Bay Canada has a great deal right now with the Estee Lauder line of products. Get a free eight piece gift with your purchase of $36.50 in Estee Lauder products up until September 1st.
Estee Lauder is a very popular brand for beauty and cosmetics. If you have used their items before, you will know how easy it is to spend just $36.50 to get your free gift.
What will your Free Gift Include?
- Signature cosmetics bag
- 5 ml Advanced Night Repair Eye Synchronized Complex II
- 30 ml Modern Muse body lotion
- 2.8 ml Bold Volume Lifting Mascara
- Pure Colour lipsticks (Hot Kiss and Pinkberry)
- Choice of eye shadow palette, blush or bronzer
- Eye cream/body lotion/eye shadow & American made lipstick/mascara
The value of this entire deal is $98 so this is a pretty incredible deal to get for free. I think that this is the perfect opportunity to try some different items without actually having to purchase them. If you like them, great; you can get them in the future. If you don’t like them, no money lost. It is a win/win situation.
You can actually get even more of a great deal if your total is a bit more. When you spend $80 or more in Estee Lauder products, you will get the free gift above and another one. You will also get a deluxe gift sized sample of Advanced Night Repair and your choice of Resilience Life, Resilience Supreme, or Advanced Time Zone Moisturizer. The total value of this gift is $158.
If you use your Hudson’s Bay Mastercard or credit card to pay for your purchase, you will end up getting free shipping. If you are are paying for your purchase with any other sort of tender, you can still get free shipping, but you will need to spend at least $99 to get it, which is still not bad.
This deal is also in stores but supplies are limited. There is a chance that individual stores could sell out before the expiry date. Additionally, there is a limit of one free gift and one bonus deal per person.
(Expiry: 1st September 2014)