Best of Target Matchups 12/11-12/17
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Best of Target Matchups 12/11-12/17

Posted on Wednesday, December 14th, 2011 at 4:03 pm
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Here are the best Target matchups for $1 and under:

1. Buy 4 Glade Candles $2.50
Buy 1 Glade Room Spray $2.50
Use 2 $1.50/2 – Glade Jar Candles, 4 oz. – (coupons.com)
And use 1 $0.55/1 – Glade Premium Room Spray, 9.7 oz. – (coupons.com)
And Use FREE Target $5.00 Gift Card wyb FIVE SC Johnson Items, Target Coupon from 12/11  Sunday insert
Pay $8.95, Receive 2 $5.00 Target Gift Cards
Final Price: $1.05 Moneymaker

2.Betty Crocker Potatoes, select boxes  $0.99
Use $0.55/2 – Betty Crocker Boxed Potatoes, Excludes Buds and Pouch – (bricks.coupons.com)
Final Price: $0.72 each when you buy 2

3. Campbell’s Condensed Soups Cream of Mushroom and select others  $0.59
Use $1.00/5 – Campbell’s Condensed Great for Cooking Soups – (campbellskitchen.com)
Or $0.25/4 Campbell’s Condensed “Great for Cooking” Soup from 11/6  Sunday insert
Final Price: $0.39 each when you buy 5

4. Swanson Broth, 14 oz  $0.59
Use $0.50/5 Swanson Broth from 11/6  Sunday insert
Final Price: $0.49 each when you buy 5

5. Yoplait Yogurt Cups, 4-6 oz  $0.60
Use $1.00/10 Yoplait Cups from 11/13 Sunday insert
Or $0.40/6 Yoplait Cups from 11/13 Sunday insert
Or $0.40/6 – Yoplait Yogurt Cups, Original, Light, Thick & Creamy, or Whips– (smartsource.com)
Final Price: $0.50 each when you buy 10

 

 

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