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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Starbucks Gift Card Deal

Enjoy a FREE Starbucks Coffee on Thanksgiving and Black Friday while you shop at Target.  On Thanksgiving Day you can get a FREE Tall Brewed Coffee w/a Cafe Purchase until 12am.

If you still have more shopping to do recharge again with A Starbucks deal on Black Friday.  Stop into Starbucks at your local Target from 12am-6am and get Buy 1 Holiday Beverage, Get 1 FREE!  So bring a friend or drink them both.  You my need a lot of caffeine to get through all the deals.

The Holiday Beverages are my favorite.  Enjoy a Creme’ Brulee Latte or a Peppermint Mocha and get the warm, cozy holidays started!

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    • Sarah W

      The caramel brûlée latte is THE best!

    • Jenna

      I think I’m going to have to put my foot down this year. Any retailer that’s open on Thanksgiving is simply not going to get my business if I can avoid it.

      I asked Publix when I placed an order with the deli if I could pick up my order the day before because I didn’t want to come in and disrupt things on Thanksgiving, and they reminded me that they weren’t open on Thanksgiving anyway. Makes me feel a thousand times better about shopping there.

      • unknown

        Let’s keep in mind that there are some people who need or want to work on Thanksgiving and other religious holidays. You get time and 1/2 when you work. I am a single parent of 1 college aged child and I live very far away from my family (oceans) so spending time with them is almost impossible each year during the holidays. I got a part time seasonal job this year not only to help me with my bills (and the discounts of course), but because I was always spending the holidays alone. Knowing that this year I can work and allow someone else to be home or out shopping with their family makes me happy. Don’t punish all just because your situation is different.

        • Jenna

          While that might be the case, I highly doubt that all employees who wanted Thanskgiving off were given that option, and I say that as someone who worked on Thanksgiving and Christmas quite a few times (and enjoyed it) back when I worked at a 24/7 call center that didn’t have the option one way or another, as things break on holidays just like any other day.

          But I think it’s a little hard to believe that all of these sales are fueled by employees who have no other options and choose to work Thanksgiving. I’ve talked to quite a few who would honestly rather be home, and that’s where I have the problem. If it were only employees who wanted to work, it’d be another situation entirely.

      • Amber

        Hopefully you won’t need a hospital and give them your business for all the nurses and Doctors that have to work holidays.

        • Jenna

          I seriously hope you’re not suggesting that getting a television for 50% off one day earlier is equivalent to needing emergency medical services. There is one of those things that is a necessity and one of those things I’m pretty sure we could all live through.

      • GUEST

        My high school aged son is an employee of my beloved Harris teeter, although he has to work a few hours that day they aren’t open the entire day. But I don’t hold that against their company, have you never forgotten that one last thing to finish off dinner? It’s not a day when people go in and do a complete weeks cart of groceries BTW! And as for your quick call to judgement on a company HT in the Raleigh area is assembling over 2,000 food bags to feed a family of four that included chicken, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, yams, corn, green beans, cranberry sauce and cookie mix. I know this because my son has a generous heart and a caring sense of community as he helped fill some of those bags! For which I am proud to be the mom of that employee who will be working for that company! As your quote said “That makes me feel a thousand times better” about the grocery store in which you shop. I know I can say the same because of employees like this that have volunteered for 6 years at the food bank. Volunteer much? I know what makes me feel a thousand times better and it isn’t holiday hours!

        • Jenna

          What food drives have to do with forcing RETAIL employees to work on a holiday… I don’t know, exactly. Also, our entire family volunteers year round for Habitat for Humanity, and as we do quite a bit of couponing, we also donate the things we get to the food banks year round. So I don’t know why you’d assume that we don’t know about those things. I never said anything about charitable organizations needing to shut down on holidays.

          Yes, many retailers are having charitable drives, and a good many of those are able to do so while still being closed on Thanksgiving. Publix does it just fine. I couldn’t walk through the joint last Saturday without hearing a loud applause every few minutes when someone donated. And they’re still not forcing employees who don’t want to be there to work on Thanksgiving.

          Look… I worked for many years on holidays. I get it. I loved working on holidays because I had nowhere else to be and because I made a lot of extra money while other people got to stay home. But I don’t try to make myself feel better by saying that 1. getting a television for 50% off a day early is a necessity or 2. everyone who works holidays wants to be there.

          There are things in life that are necessary, even on holidays. Hospitals and first responders will always have to work holidays because crime doesn’t stop and people get sick, and that’s why I usually take a little something down to the local police station after we’ve had our Thanksgiving dinner.

          But shopping at Target for deals on Christmas gifts? I think I can live without those things for ONE day, and I doubt there’s a charity organization out there that absolutely NEEDS Target to sell me a discount toy or laptop specifically on Thanksgiving Day. I also doubt there’s a charitable organization out there that would be in absolute peril if Target sold me a discount toy or laptop the day before or after Thanksgiving.

    • Alison Grainger

      midnight til 6am?

    • Chaterrbox

      to bad that since the last promo starbucks did I stopped getting reward stars for my purchases at Target Starbucks and grocery store locations.