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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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