Holiday Coupon Matchups at Target
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Holiday Coupon Matchups at Target

Posted on Saturday, November 21st, 2009 at 9:24 am
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There’s just one insert this weekend in the newspapers.  The Smart Source insert that will be in the Sunday paper has lots of great coupons for the holidays.  You’ll find coupons for Pillsbury products, General Mills, Glade, and of course, a Butterball Turkey! Find this week’s insert list here.  You can find pdfs of earlier inserts here.

Look here for a $5 coupon off any Hasbro Star Wars Toy. Print two, and go to Target tomorrow.  The Star Wars Action figures are on sale 2/$11.99.  Use this coupon to get close to half off!.  Also at Target, buy Mr. Potato Head Toys for $3.99 till 1 pm Saturday.  Use this coupon to get them for $1.99.

Target has changed their internet coupons.  It’s no longer possible to see if they are manufacturer coupons or Target Coupons.  You’ll just have to print them out from the Target site and really take a look at them.  Don’t forget, Target store coupons are usually honored at Walmart and other stores.  Most of the savings this week are on toys.

From now through the holidays, there will be a lot of great gift matchups with special offers.  Look to see coupons on holiday foods, too, and opportunities to stock up.  And in keeping with the season – if you find a freebie you cannot use, donate it.

Other matchups at Target – Del Monte Canned Vegetables are .45 each.  Use the Target coupon for $1/6 and combine it with the $1/8 coupon in last week’s Red Plum insert, and you have it for .20 a can.

Find a complete list of Sunday insert coupons for past weeks here.

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