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Target Free Trial Sizes

Posted on Sunday, September 19th, 2010 at 4:21 am
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Did you know that you can usually get a ton of stuff free from Target simply by matching up those $1 (or more) coupons with the Target trial size products? Simply gather your $1 coupon and head over to the travel section of your local Target.

Most coupons do not have any indication of the size of the product to be purchased. This means that you can apply that coupon to the smallest size (the trial size) and get the product for free!

You can use these free products as part of your regular household supply (free shampoo for life) or gather a bunch and donate them to a shelter or put them together in a basket for holiday gifts. Can you tell I just really enjoy getting those trial sizes for free?

Here is a list of some of the $1 or less trial sizes that I have seen available locally. A Full Cup has an even more extensive list going that you can also check out in their forum.

Axe shower gel
Banana Boat sunscreen
Band-aids
Caress daily silk
Clorox wipes
Cottonelle fresh wipes
Coppertone Sport
Degree deodorant
Dial hand santizer
Dial soap
Dove body wash
Dove deodorant
Gillette shaving cream
Gold bond lotion
Gold bond powder
Head & Shoulders
J&J body care
J&J baby lotion
J&J baby shampoo
J&J body wash
Kleenex
Pantene
Olay body bar
Old spice body wash
Q-tips
Satincare shaving gel
Secret antiperspirant
Shout
St. Ives apricot scrub (Love this stuff)
Suave lotion
Tide
Tylenol
Wet Ones

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