Target Coupon Matchups: March 27 - April 2
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Target Coupon Matchups: March 27 – April 2

Posted on Monday, March 28th, 2016 at 9:42 am
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Welcome to this week’s Target Coupon Matchups! Below are the best deals this week but be sure to click the button below to see ALL of this week’s coupon matchups!

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Target prices may vary by region.

Yoplait Greek Yogurt, 4 – 5.3 oz – $0.90

Includes: Whips or Greek 100

Out-of-Pocket Price: $0.80
Final Price: $0.60
Buy 5; Use $0.50/5 Coupon; Includes Ibotta Rebate Savings
Home Supplies
Free $5 Gift Card when you buy any (2) items listed. Select other items included in offer.

Cleaning Supplies – B3G1 FREE

Includes: Select Windex Trigger, Lysol Clorox, Drano and Scrubbing Bubbles

Personal Care

Crest Toothpaste – $2.99 – B2G1 FREE

Includes: Select Varieties

Final Price: $1.33
Buy 3; Use (2) $1.00/1 Coupons; Includes B2G1 Savings

Schick Disposable Razors – 10% OFF

Includes: All Varieties

  • $4.00/1 Schick Disposable Razor Pack – 3-13-16 SS; Excludes 2 ct and 10 + 2 ct (exp. 04/03/16)

TRESemme Beauty-Full Volume Shampoo, 25 oz – $4.99
Final Price: $2.49
Pet Care
Free $5 Gift Card when you buy any (2) Dog or Cat items listed. Select other Purina Dry Dog and Cat Food included in offer.

Purina ONE Dry Dog Food, 8 lb bag – $11.99

Includes: Chicken & Rice

Out-of-Pocket Price: $8.99
Final Price: $6.49
Buy 2; Use (2) $3.00/1 Coupons; Includes Gift Card Rebate Savings

Up & Up Allergy Items – B1G1 50% OFF

Includes: All Varieties

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