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2013 Target Coupon Policy

Posted on Thursday, May 9th, 2013 at 8:00 am
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Target LogoInformation Valid as of April 2013

Manufacturer and Target Coupon Policy – These guidelines apply to all coupons accepted at Target (color checkout coupons, internet coupons, mobile coupons, mailed coupons, coupons from magazines or newspapers, etc.)

  • Target accepts one manufacturer coupon and one Target coupon for a single item (unless prohibited by either coupon)
  • Target reserves the right to accept, refuse, or limit the use of any coupon
  • Limit of 4 identical coupons per household, per day (unless otherwise noted on the coupon)
  • All valid coupons should be presented to the cashier during checkout
  • Item purchased must match the coupon description (brand, size, quantity, color, flavor, etc.)
  • Coupon amount may be reduced if it exceeds the value of the item after other discounts or coupons are applied
  • Target can’t give cash back if the face value of a coupon is greater than the purchase value of the item
  • All applicable sales taxes will be applied to the full price of the item and must be paid by the customer


Internet (Print-at-Home) Coupons

  • Target accepts valid internet coupons that contain a clear scannable bar code
  • Target does not accept internet coupons for free items with no purchase requirements

Mobile Coupons

  • Guests can receive Target Mobile Coupons for signing up for text alerts at or by texting COUPONS to 827438 (TARGET)
  • Message and data rates may apply. See site for full details
  • To redeem, simply show your coupon barcode to the cashier on your smartphone. A simple scan will apply all coupons at checkout


Buy One Get One Free Coupons (BOGO)

  • BOGO coupons cannot be combined (i.e. you cannot use two BOGO coupons on two items and get both for free). Unless stated otherwise on the coupon, the use of one Buy One Get One Free coupon requires that two of the valid items are presented at checkout. One item will be charged to the guest and the 2nd item will be discounted by its full retail price.
  • A second cents-off coupon of the same type cannot be redeemed towards the purchase price of the first item. If a Target BOGO coupon is used, one additional manufacturer coupon may be used on the first item. If a manufacturer BOGO coupon is used, one additional Target coupon may be used on the first item



  • Returns of items purchased using manufacturer coupons may receive coupon value returned in the form of a Target GiftCard



  • Coupons are void if copied, scanned, transferred, purchased, sold, prohibited by law, or appear altered in any way
  • Target regularly monitors the Coupon Information Corporation website for counterfeit coupons. Target does not accept counterfeit coupons
  • Target does not accept coupons from other retailers or coupons for products not carried in Target stores
  • Some items may not be available in all stores
  • Target does not accept expired coupons
  • Target does not accept Canadian coupons in US stores


Information taken from official Target website

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