Get A Free First Aid Bag When You Purchase First Aid Products At Target

These kits are so cute!

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Nothing puts a damper on a perfectly good summer day like the need for some first aid. From bug bites and stings to sunburn and cuts and scrapes, the sunny days of summer are rarely without injury.

Now through June 16, Target is helping keep you happy and healthy just a bit easier with a free first aid bag. All you have to do is purchase three select first aid products in store or online and you’ll automatically get a cute bag to hold your items. If you’re shopping online, just add the bag to your cart and the cost will be deducted if you qualify.

You can choose from two different bags — either a floral print from Oh Joy! or a traditional red from Band-Aids — and stock up on tons of products, like Neutrogena, Neosporin, Motrin and and even Benadryl for those summer allergies.


While most first aid kits come with the same products, with this deal you can build your own and tailor it to you or your child’s needs. Not sure what to purchase to get your free bag? Here are some ideas.

Allergy First Aid Kit

If you or your child are prone to allergies in the summer, you might want to stock your bag with Benadryl liquid or tablets, Visine and Benadryl anti-itch spray.

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Injury First Aid Kit

If you’ve got an injury-prone child on your hands, you can fill your kit with three boxes of character Band-Aids. Choose from “The Incredibles,” “Pokémon,” “Paw Patrol,” “Star Wars” or “Cars.” If characters aren’t your style, there are also Band-Aids from Oh Joy!.

You could snag just one box of Band-Aids, one Neosporin and one saline wound wash.

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To see all the products included in the deal, just visit Target’s website.