Target Matchups This Week
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Target Matchups This Week

Posted on Tuesday, December 15th, 2009 at 8:38 pm
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 In our forums, there have been some requests for Target matchups.  I’ve put together a few here for you this week. Here are some special deals and matchups at Target to help stretch your holiday shopping:

Pepperidge Farm Pirrouettes, Holiday cookies – $4.99
Target coupon .75
manufacturers coupon  $1
Final cost $3.26

Betty Crocker cookie mix $1.52
-.40/1 printable coupon

Del Monte Canned Vegetables $.50
-$1/8 in (11/15 RP)
$.38 each after coupon

Kraft Cheese $1.67
-$.50 (11/22 SS)
$1.17 after coupon

Campbell’s Cream of Mushroom soup $.58
-$1/4 printable
$.33 after coupon

Wonka Candy Canes, 12 pk, $1.67
-$1/2 Wonka printable coupon
=$1.17 each after coupon

Hershey’s Holiday Bags or Kisses (bag) $3.99
-$1/2  (12/6 SS) AND
-$.50/1 Target printable Hershey’s coupon
$2.99 each after coupons

Juicy Juice $2.89
-$1/1 Juicy Juice printable coupon AND
-$1/1 Target Juicy Juice coupon
$.89 after coupons

Ronzoni Healthy Harvest Pasta $1.19
$1/2 Ronzoni printable coupon
$.69 each after coupon

These are just a few of the great deals you can find at Target this week in the grocery section.  While you are there, don’t forget to take advantage of their great sales on electronics and blu-ray dvds.  Don’t forget, you can use a Target coupon AND a manufacturer coupon on the same purchase. 

If you have trouble getting your local Target to accept coupons, print out the Target Coupon Policy here.

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