Target Matchups - Free Cereal and More
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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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