Target - Part 35
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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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Target Matchups – Free Cereal and More

Posted on Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009 at 6:10 am
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Did you know that you can stack coupons at Target to receive extra savings?  Use Target’s printable coupons, or the ones they have in the newspaper, and then use manufacturer coupons on the same item.  You will receive extra savings.  If Target has a sale, so much the better for you!

Here’s a great matchup:

This week Target has a great sale on Kellogg’s cereals.  They’re on sale for $2.66 each. Buy any three boxes, get a fourth one free.   Print as many as you can – usually you are allowed 2 prints of each coupon. Try to get four of these.  Then combine them with these manufacturer coupons:  $1, $1/2, .75 on,, and

You could get these four boxes for FREE.  Wow.

Target also has an incentive for you to buy the higher priced items that were featured in this week’s P&G Brandsaver insert.  Purchase any 2 of the following items, get a $5 Target gift card.  Use these coupon matchups for extra savings:

Swiffer WetJet Starter Kit $18.99

Cheer $14.99
– $1 RP 10/18

Gain $14.99

Charmin $14.99
– $1/2  P&G 11/1 or SS 9/20

Bounty $14.99
– $1/2 P&G 11/1

Gillette Fusion Manual or Venus Embrace Razor $7.99

Bounce Dryer Sheets $8.99
– .50 P&G 11/1

Downy Liquid $8.99
– .40 P&G 11/1
– .50 P&G 10/11

Puffs $8.99
– .25 P&G 11/1

This week in Target coupons, you will also find discounts on Archer Farms deli meat, bread, and bakery products, and $1 off 2 pounds or more of bulk apples.  Just in time for fall apple pie!

Don’t forget to check out the rest of’s great features now.  The best deal for families that use diapers is the Huggies $2 coupon on any size.  ANY SIZE!  That is rare.  Print your maximum on these.

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Spotted at Target

Posted on Tuesday, September 29th, 2009 at 12:50 pm
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My husband is participating in an easy triathlon this coming weekend, so yesterday found us at our local Target to pick up a bike that he could use. They had some good deals, so he was happy.

While he was shopping, the kids and I started browsing around the perimeter of the store to see what sale or clearance items we could find. Perimeter perusing is a great way to find bargains at Target. You just walk around the edges of the store and look at the end caps that are closest to the walls. Sometimes you may also spot clearance on the regular shelves, but still closest to the edges of the store.

There were a lot of snacks on sale, such as the popular Yogos at $1.50. I’m guessing that there might be extra inventory to clear now that back to school promotions are over. I spotted a couple of backpacks left at deep discounts, so consider stocking up on any you find. You can save them as replacements for next year, or fill them at Christmas time to give to those in need.

One thing that surprised me was the number of Halloween clearance items I found. Crazy cupcake sprinkles (eyeballs, bats and more) were discounted, as were Halloween cookie kits and other Halloween baking supplies. Next to the Halloween baking supplies were ordinary baking items on sale, too, such as cupcake liners.

Of course I picked up some of the not so creepy item. Decorating cupcakes would make a nice after school activity for my kids and their friends. I grabbed some boxes of Pillsbury strawberry cake mix. The strawberry flavor was marked way down to 67 cents at my store, and it was so much cheaper than any other flavor. Hey red cupcakes might be completely appropriate for Halloween.

The fact that some Halloween was already on clearance got me thinking about other stores. I may just have to go out this weekend to Kohl’s, Walmart and Disney, to see what might be available! I know that already has some good Halloween deals.

Have you spotted any great deals at Target lately?

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The Four Best Places for Target Deals

Posted on Tuesday, August 25th, 2009 at 5:06 pm
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I’m really starting to fall in love with Target. Not only do they have all the stuff that I didn’t remember I needed until I got to the store (great one-stop shopping), but Target also offers plenty of opportunity for great deals. Here are my four favorite (the best) places to get Target deals.

1. The Trial Size Section

Every Target has a little section, usually somewhere near the health and beauty products, that is filled with sample and trial size products, everything from baby wipes to coffee. Most of these small sample sizes cost only $1 or less. This means that if you break out those $1 off coupons for name brand items, you can usually apply them to the sample size of the product to get it for free!

2. The Perimeter

Target sprinkles its best clearance and mark down deals around the perimeter or the outside edges of the store. Make a trip around, looking at all of the end caps, and you are sure to find some great deals. I’ve stocked up on boxes of cereal for less than $1 that way!

3. Goodwill

When the season is over or products have reached their last markdown without all being sold, they are donated to the Goodwill. Visit your local Goodwill store, and I bet you will find racks and shelves of stuff with the tags still on. I’ve found some great deals on children’s clothing ($1 or less) and toys (Hanna Montana taking doll for $1.50).

4. Online

Some of the best Target deals are actually the ones that are available online, especially for the more substantial purchases, such as leather jackets, furniture, electronics and jewelry. There are usually free shipping deals, too, so you won’t spend any money getting the deal to your door.

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Target Coupons and Deals

Posted on Thursday, August 6th, 2009 at 3:59 pm
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Do you want to save money at Target? Here are some of the deals and the coupons I have spotted at my local Target this week.

Get free Pepperidge Farm cookies when you use the $1 off coupon from against the small $1 packs. You can also email Pepperidge Farm and request coupons. You should get 2 $1 off coupons.

Palmolive is on sale at Target. Use the $1 off plus the Target $1 off (either a peelie or from the coupon booklet) to score this product for only a quarter.

Advil 65 count is on sale for $5. Use the $1 off printable or the Redplum Sunday insert coupon to make it only $4.

California Pizza Kitchen frozen pizza on sale 2/$5.00. Use 2 $1 off coupons from The Smart Source Sunday insert for a final price of $1.50 each.

Use the $1 Clean and Clear from the Sunday insert to get the trial size of the face wash for only pennies.

For another trial size deal, use the $1 off Head and Shoulders coupon from the Sunday insert to get it free.

Use the $1 off coupon for Cinnabun bars. They were marked down at the store to $1.75, making them only $.75 after the coupon.

You can also get Target’s store printable coupons here.

Also, if you are looking for patio or deck furniture, Target is marking their items down now to 50 percent. Smith & Hawken, one of the brands they carry just went out of business, so there is a good chance that these items will be marked down to 75% off very soon.
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Target Printable Grocery Coupons and Sales

Posted on Thursday, January 8th, 2009 at 12:52 pm
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Target is making it even easier to combine coupons with their weekly sales by not only listing the sales online, but providing you with printable coupons! Here are the printable grocery coupons that they have available until 1/31/09

$1 off 12-oz. Archer Farms® coffee
$1 off With purchase of five 6-oz. Dannon individual yogurt cups
$1 off 64-oz. Horizon milk
50¢ off Archer Farms® snack mix
50¢ off 6-pk. Gatorade beverages
75¢ off General Mills Granola bars or Betty Crocker fruit snacks
50¢ off Pringles snack items
$1 off Right Bite 100 Calorie packs

Click here to get the Target printable coupons.

And, here are two deals at Target that I am going to use to stock up with this week.

Electrasol Dishwashing Detergent is on sale for $3.25 each. If you combine this sale with the $2.50 off one coupon that can be found in the 1/4/09 newspaper insert (SmartSource), you’ll get a whole box of gelpacs for only $.75.

Another good deal is on Suave Hair Care. Suave is usually inexpensive, but this week Target has it for $.89. Buy two of them and use the $1 off two coupon from the 11/16 insert (RedPlum) to reduce the price to $.39 each.

I spotted the Electrasol and Suave combo deals at Money Saving Mom–thanks!

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Perimeter Perusing at Target

Posted on Wednesday, December 17th, 2008 at 11:10 am
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If you haven’t heard about perimeter perusing at Target, you may be missing out on some great discounts and secret deals.

Target has some interesting ways of marking down products and advertising (or not) those mark downs. Here is what you need to know to take advantage of these deals.

By “perusing the perimeter” of the store, you can often get great deals before anyone else ever knows about them. Check the end caps along the entire perimeter of the store, closest to the walls. You will often find clearance items here. I have come away with things such as boxes of name brand cereal for $1 each and canned goods for 25 cents each by hitting the perimeter.

You can also get secret sales or deals by scanning items. The clearance items may scan for less than even the clearance sticker says. So if a discount doesn’t seem large enough for you, use one of the many in store scanners to check the price.

Sometimes items that are on sale are never even marked or they may be marked hours or days later. By arriving at Target early in the day and knowing what the markdown schedule is, you may be able to find huge bargains on hot and high-end products.

I know, for example, that in my area, Target generally does markdowns on electronics and kids products on Mondays, Grocery items and cleaning supplies on Tuesdays.

One other thing I noted with the Target clearance deals is that any price ending in the number “4” seems to be rock bottom and on its way out.

Right now there seems to be a lot of these clearance deals on toys. So shop the perimeter and start scanning.

Also, check out Target’s online deals including the Deal of the Day below.

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Target Toy Deals

Posted on Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008 at 10:39 am
Pin It is always my first stop online when shopping for toys. They usually have some great deals going on, and I uses these deals to make my shopping list. By shopping from the deals instead of the entire store, I know that I am not paying full price for anything.

Here are the top toy deals that Target is featuring from now until Christmas.

Fisher-Price Smart Cycle for $99.99

This is one of the “must-have” toys for this season.

VTech Kidizoom Camera – Pink for $59.99

We have the blue version for my oldest son, and he loves to get creative with his photos!

FurReal Friends My Lovin’ Pup – Biscuit for $149.99

So cute.

Spin Master Battle Arena for $29.99

Many of the little boys in my son’s class are asking for this toy!

Badger Toys Doll Crib with Cabinet for $39.99

For creative role play.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Ultimate Lightsaber for $34.99

Big kids will want one for themselves.

Jump Smart Trampoline for $49.99

I’m always looking for new ways to get my kids some healthy exercise.

Air Hogs Zero Gravity Radio-Controlled Sports Car – Black for $29.99

Very cool.

Fisher-Price Elmo Live for $59.99

Gotta love Elmo!

Playskool Dance Cam for $44.99

This is a fun toy for a sleep over.

Baby Alive Learns to Potty Doll – for $48.89

One of my favorite toys as a child was Baby Alive!

LeapFrog Leapster2 – Green for $69.99

Lots of learning here.

LeapFrog Didj with Stars Wars: The Clone Wars Software for $89.99

Star Wars has stood the test of time.

Lego Mindstorms: NXT for $224.99

You can’t go wrong with Lego toys for creative play and the building of spatial recognition, logic and fine motoro skills. Here is an extra special gift.

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