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Target Deals, Week of 10/4

by Nicole on October 5, 2009

Collin over at Hip2Save has a great list of Target deals. There are weekly match-ups with the flyer as well as ongoing deals. I had an interesting conversation with a woman in the Target corporate office (not the India call center) recently and hopefully she’ll be able to straighten one of my local stores out on the coupon policy. I hate that it can be so frustrating sometime and was again advised that the “limit one offer per transaction” does NOT mean you can only use 1 Target coupon at a time. She stressed that transaction is different from purchase and you can only use 1 Target coupon per item (ie transaction) but can use as many as you want per purchase so long as there is just 1 per item. Whew. Now on to the match-ups.

For Collin’s full list, check out her new post. She has a ton of ongoing deals for FREE items!

Quaker Chewy Granola Bars (10 ct) $2
Use the $1/2 coupon from the 8/30RP
Or the $1/2 coupon from here
(This is a PDF coupon and can be printed more than once!)
Plus, use 2 $0.50/1 Target coupons
Final cost $1 per box!

Quaker True Delights Bars $2.50
Use the $1/1 from the 8/23RP
Plus, use the $0.50/1 Target coupon
Final cost $1 per box!

Healthy Choice Entree $1.75
Use the $2/1 coupon from here
Final cost FREE!
(Thanks, Joan!)

Skippy Peanut Butter (15 oz)–temporary price cut for $1.79
Use the $0.40/1 coupon from the 10/4RP
Use the $1/1 Target coupon
Final cost $0.39!

Oscar Meyer Bun Length hot dogs–temporary Price cut for $1.19
Use the $1/2 coupon from the 8/23SS
Final cost $0.69 each!

Glade Fabric & Air Odor Eliminator $3.44
Use the $2/2 coupon from the 9/27SS
Plus, look for $2/1 Target handtag coupons attached to the bottles
Final cost as low as $0.44 each!
**Buy 3 and submit for the $5 SC Johnson rebate. Final cost FREE + a $3.68 moneymaker!

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Peacecat October 6, 2009 at 6:53 am

Hi Nicole!

Pretty blog!

Your whole purchase vs. transaction thing sounds way off base to me. We've been fighting cashiers since the beginning of time over this. Most of our manufacturers coupons state "one coupon per purchase". Since we've been purchasing multiple items in each transaction, we've been using multiple coupons. My Target is fickle enough, but to have another Target kook change the terminology on us is going too far.

A "purchase" is, and always will be, the "buying of" an item. A "transaction" is, and always will be the "trading" of money, goods (or in our case coupons) for the item(s) that are being purchased.

It's fun to pretend Customer Service Reps are consistent, isn't it!

2 Nicole @ Nicole's Nickels October 6, 2009 at 9:38 am

Let me clarify that it's not my thing. It's the explanation I have seen on several other blogs who called Target customer service as well as the same response I received to my inquiry. This was told to me buy someone in Target's corporate office, not someone in the India call center. Since I am talking about the Target coupons that are written by Target itself I see no reason not to believe what they are telling me. After all, they are the ones that wrote the coupons so if they wrote something they didn't mean, I'll go by whatever helps me the most, right?

3 Melissa October 6, 2009 at 1:27 pm

You didn't happen to get it in writing that more than one Target coupon can be used at one time did you? I will need it in writing (and with the CEO of Target's notarized signature!) for that to fly with SOME of the cashiers at my Target. So frustrating yet the deals are so good that it is still worth it! Thanks for the great information!

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