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Sephora VIB Promo Codes 2017

See 2018 VIB Promotions.

I track all Sephora offers. This article covers all VIB promo code offers for 2017. As I find them, I will post them below. VIB codes are less common than Beauty Insider codes and far more frequent than VIB Rouge codes, which get posted in their own respective articles. Rouge codes are extremely uncommon since 2014, so there are usually only one or two a year. Most VIB promo codes have a $35 purchase minimum, but I will specify the minimum for each code. Almost every VIB code is one-time use, but it never hurts to test it for a subsequent purchase. All promo codes are online only unless specified below. I will remove expired offers (as I find them) from my Sephora Deals Page (where I list all active codes I am aware of). Expired promotions are not removed from this post, because the point is to track and view historical offers. This helps better predict trends, and gives an idea of what is coming next (for promotions that repeat). If you are looking for active codes, please visit the Sephora Deals Page.

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Estee Lauder Holiday Blockbuster 2015

Estee Lauder’s Holiday Blockbuster is $59.50 with a qualifying fragrance purchase at most stores. I have no desire to purchase fragrance from any brand. On top of the fact that I do not use perfume often, I have almost 200 mini vials (varying in size from 0.02oz to 0.33oz of unique scents. That is more than enough variety, and over half of them are still new to me. After connecting with one, I did get a 1oz bottle only to trade it away unopened a few months later. My aversion to purchasing perfume has kept me from ordering the Estee Lauder Blockbuster in the past.

A friend recommended that I purchase the Elizabeth Arden Blockbuster last year, and I figured out that Herberger’s (Bon-Ton, Bergner’s, Boston Store, Carson’s, Elder-Beerman, and Younkers) sells it without meeting the purchase minimum. Those are all the same department store (Bon-Ton) with different names based on the region. My emails are always addressed from Herberger’s, but I have specifically made purchases from Bon-Ton as well. No matter which site I sign into, I see my order history from both stores. After successfully checking out with just the Elizabeth Arden Blockbuster in 2014 (and a cardigan that was too cute to resist), I vowed to finally purchase the Estee Lauder Blockbuster this year if I could forego the fragrance purchase.

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