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Target Match Ups and Deals

Posted on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010 at 3:20 am
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There are some great deals and match ups at Target this week.

First of all, don’t forget to check the clearance section for boys clothes, girl clothes and toddler boy and girls clothes. I have found some amazing deals there, such as tops and pants for only $1.29 each. They are summer items, but you can stock up on them for next year. A current outgrown sale had similar used items for $4! I’ll take the new ones for about a quarter of the price, thank you. There were especially cute girls clothes available. I stocked up on stretchy shorts to go underneath all of my daughter’s dresses, so she can climb around on the playground and still be modest.

While you are in the baby clothing section, you can take advantage of this match up to get jeans for your little one for only $1 each. Only the infant sizes apply. The sale price is $3 and Money Saving Mom posted about this great $2/1 coupon.

The apples are ready for picking! We have had a bounty of apples come in this week. We picked up a box of organic apples in Lancaster, PA from an Amish family, and our neighbors gave us a bag of apples that came from their tree. Time to start making apple pancakes, apple cobbler and of course apple pie. Normally, apples around here, even the non organic ones, are $1.59 or more a pound. With a coupon match up, you could get a pound of apples from Target for only $.29 a pound! Gala apples are on sale (one of my family’s favorites) for $1.29. If you use the Target $1 off printable coupon, you’ll get them for only $.29!

Another great match up is for Band Aids. Use the $3/3 coupon from the Sunday August 1st insert (Smart Source) at Target this week. You’ll get three packages for only $2.07. With three kids, I can’t keep Band Aids int eh house, and the cheaper off brands just don’t seem to hold up for us, so I am happy about this deal.

Finally, Target’s gift card promotion this week is for Playtex. If you buy two selected Playtex items, you can get a $5 gift card. There have been a lot of Playtex coupons in recent Sunday inserts and All You, so you should be able to do a great deal.

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