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Target Printable Grocery Coupons and Sales

Posted on Thursday, January 8th, 2009 at 12:52 pm
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Target is making it even easier to combine coupons with their weekly sales by not only listing the sales online, but providing you with printable coupons! Here are the printable grocery coupons that they have available until 1/31/09

$1 off 12-oz. Archer Farms® coffee
$1 off With purchase of five 6-oz. Dannon individual yogurt cups
$1 off 64-oz. Horizon milk
50¢ off Archer Farms® snack mix
50¢ off 6-pk. Gatorade beverages
75¢ off General Mills Granola bars or Betty Crocker fruit snacks
50¢ off Pringles snack items
$1 off Right Bite 100 Calorie packs

Click here to get the Target printable coupons.

And, here are two deals at Target that I am going to use to stock up with this week.

Electrasol Dishwashing Detergent is on sale for $3.25 each. If you combine this sale with the $2.50 off one coupon that can be found in the 1/4/09 newspaper insert (SmartSource), you’ll get a whole box of gelpacs for only $.75.

Another good deal is on Suave Hair Care. Suave is usually inexpensive, but this week Target has it for $.89. Buy two of them and use the $1 off two coupon from the 11/16 insert (RedPlum) to reduce the price to $.39 each.

I spotted the Electrasol and Suave combo deals at Money Saving Mom–thanks!

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