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Target Freebies with Printable Coupons

Posted on Tuesday, October 12th, 2010 at 10:46 am
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Hit the bullseye for great deals

Hit the bullseye for great deals

Combine coupons and trial sizes at Target this week to get free stuff! Here are the freebie match up deals.

If you want to learn more about getting trail size freebies at Target, you can click here.

Rayovac Batteries
Use the $1/1 Rayovac Batteries from their Facebook page

Reach Dental Floss
Use $1/1 Reach Floss or Access Flosser from the 3/7/ RP Sunday insert

Glade Tough Odor Solutions Spray
Use $1/1 Target Printable Coupon and the $1/1 Glade Tough Odor Solutions Collection Product

Clean & Clear Morning Burst Face Wash
Use the $1/1 Clean & Clear Product from the 8/1/2010 SS Sunday insert

Degree Pure Satin or Shower Clean Deodorant
Use $1/1 Degree Women’s Product

Johnson & Johnson First Aid Kit (Buy 3)
Use $3/3 Johnson & Johnson coupon from the 8/1/2010 SS Sunday insert or use that same coupon on the travel sizes Band Aids to get them free.

Tide 2x Ultra Travel Size
Use the $1/1 Tide Detergent from the 9/26 P&G Sunday insert.

Have you spotted any other Target freebies for this week? Please let me know by leaving a comment, and I’ll update this list.

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