Sunday, October 9, 2016

HOT Tatcha Deal: Get 17 Samples for $10 Shipped


UPDATE: for some reason the link to this deal isn't working. The link is here: https://www.tatcha.com/get-tatcha/7-day-journey-1. However maybe you can only get it if you're an email subscriber (it doesn't state that it's exclusive to email subcribers though). If you can't get that link to work for you, try subscribing to the Tatcha email newsletter HERE (at the bottom of the page) and hopefully you can get it to work that way. So sorry about that!

I just got the email about this and I had to run to the computer to share with you! If you've been wanting to try some things from the (expensive) skincare brand Tatcha, jump on this one before it's gone!

Right now you can get 14 trial packets for $10. You'll receive seven Camellia Cleansing Oil packets and seven Classic Rice Enzyme Powder packets. PLUS you get free shipping on all orders at Tatcha, and your choice of 3 free samples at checkout. So that's a total of 17 samples for $10 shipped!

There was no end-date listed in the email, but I wouldn't wait too long if you're interested because this could sell out.
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  1. Hi G. I'm sorry to bother you but the link isn't working. So when you have time can you please check it out. Thanks again for all you do! Your amazing.

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    1. Hi Candie! Please see my update at the top of this post. :)

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  2. I'm sorry but I will never pay for sample packets. I can't believe they can get away with charging $10 for something that should be free.

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    1. Thanks for the feedback. There are certain samples that I would never pay for, but Tatcha is a high-end skincare brand and there are 14 samples here, which probably adds up to the amount of one of their travel sizes (which are pricey in and of themselves--anywhere from between $12 and $33). Plus you DO get to choose 3 samples for FREE, so combined I think that's a pretty nice deal for $10 and free shipping. But I respect if you disagree! :)

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    2. Rachel, definitely check out Jess's comment below. Hope that helps!

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  3. I'm so sorry G. I just noticed your comment when I refreshed the page! Thank you for the update

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    1. Absolutely no apologies needed! I bet I was updating right as you were leaving your comment. We just missed each other. :)

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  4. Got it and it worked fine. I signed up for the newsletter first though. Bummer thing is that the welcomegift promo code that they sent me for signing up for their emails did not work. Thanks for the great info G! :)

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    1. Oh yay! So glad you were able to get it. And yeah, I wish that welcome gift worked with this deal (I tried it too). Bummer!

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    2. I actually "complained" that my code wasn't working, and they said they'll "make an exception" and send it to me anyways!

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  5. I didn't wake up today thinking I was going to do a bunch of math today, BUT this post made me get out the pen & paper and calculator ;) I agree, G, and I think this is a great deal, considering the price point of the full sized products from Tatcha. When you break it down, per ounce, you are "saving" more if you buy full sized versus the travel sizes BUT a lot of us can't afford $48 for a cleanser and $65 for an exfoliator, and it takes me forever to use anything full size anyway with all the awesome samples and travel sizes I get from Sephora, Ulta, subscription boxes, deals like this, etc.
    So, going by the travel size prices ($15 for the rice enzyme and $12 for the cleanser), this sample set contains 0.28 oz vs 0.35 oz of the powder and 0.7 oz vs 0.8 oz of the oil (and if you add one of each from the free samples, then you'll basically have the same amount) for $10, which is a savings of $17. Plus, I've really been wanting to try Tatcha's face mist, so I bought the travel size of that for $15 (which is a third of the size & price of the full size) and was then able to get the welcome gift travel size of the enzyme powder for free (also worth $15).
    So for $25 I got $57 worth of high-end, highly-praised products, and as far as I know, I haven't seen them at that price point anywhere. Sorry for the long explanation, but I was so proud of my work and needed to share!

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    1. Jess that is SO helpful!! I truly appreciate you taking the time to break this all down for us and confirm the savings! I wake up every day hoping to NOT do a bunch of math, so I REALLY appreciate it! Lol! xoxo

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  6. I hadn't heard of Tatcha and researched the rice enzyme powder. A key ingredient is papain (papaya enzyme) which can cause an allergic reaction and weaken the skin barrier. This sample set is a good way to try it and see how your skin reacts.

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  7. Hi G,
    I checked the link and it looks like there were too many characters. I just shortened it to: https://www.tatcha.com/get-tatcha/7-day-journey-1 and it worked.
    Thanks!

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  8. As someone who is "math challenged", I appreciate the math. I did the same deal you did, I've wanted to try the facial mist too. We're packing up our condo( we bought a house!!) and I've committed myself to use up samples so thats what I've been doing for the last few weeks.

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  9. Just an FYI, I was able to get 3 uses out of one packet of cleansing oil. There is a lot of product in there. Its amazing, took ALL my makeup off and left no residue on the cotton pad( with micellar water).

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