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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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Here are all the deals starting today at Target stores across the US. There are a few good deals this week and then a number of deals that are not great or better elsewhere. I left off the not great (as usual) but if the price was better at another store I tried to let you know.

Remember Target will price match other store ads, but if you are price matching grocery ads, Target will not price match the doubling of coupons and other perks.

Super Target Grocery

  • Seedless Watermelon $3.99
  • Strawberries, 16 oz, $1.79
  • Sweet Corn 20¢ ea.
  • Ground Beef, 80% lean, $1.99 lb
  • Hormel Always Tender St. Louis Style Ribs $1.49 lb
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Hormel Always tender flavored products, (zip 77458) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Hormel Always Tender flavored meat, SS 5/08
  • Sutton & Dodge Petite Sirloin Steak $5.99 lb

Regular Target Grocery

  • Market Pantry Frozen Chicken Breasts, 2.5 lb bag, $5.99
    Target Store Coupon -$1.50/2 Market Pantry Frozen Chicken items, (Target coupon) printable
  • Market Pantry 12″ Frozen Pizza $2.66
  • Morningstar Farms Spicy Black Bean Burgers, 4 ct, $2.99
    Target Store Coupon -$1/2 Morningstar Farms Meatless burgers or Chicken patties, (Target coupon) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 MorningStar Farms Veggie Foods product, Kroger booklet
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Morningstar Farms Veggie product printable
    (use store & (2) $1 off, makes it $1.49 ea.)
  • Edy’s Fruit Bars 6 ct. or Edy’s Ice Cream 48 oz, $2.99
    Haagen-Dazs Ice Cream 14 oz, $2.99
    $5 Target Gift WYB (5)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Edy’s ice cream, 1.5 qt + printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Edys products, 48 oz, SS 6/12
    (buy 5, use (2) coupons, makes it $1.59 ea. after gift card)
  • Bush’s Original Baked Beans, 26 oz, $1.62
  • Bubba Burgers, 6 ct, $6.99
  • Ball Park Beef Franks, 16 oz, $2.49
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Ball Park product, RP 6/05 (EXP 07/01)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Ball Park product, RP 6/05 (EXP 07/01)
    (use $1/2, makes it $1.99)
  • Kraft Cheese Singles, 24 ct., $2.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/1 Kraft Singles or Deli Deluxe slices, Kraft Food & Family booklet
    (on sale for $2.69 at Kroger this week)
  • Heinz Ketchup, 40 oz, $1.99
  • Kashi Crackers or Cookies $2.79
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Kashi product (print), Recycle Bank coupon printable
  • Nabisco Wheat Thins or Triscuits 13-16 oz, $3.29
    Buy (3) get FREE Newton’s Fruit Thins
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Nabisco cookies or crackers, 3.7-25.2 oz, SS 6/19
    (buy 4, use (2) coupons, makes it $1.96 ea.)
    (get it for $1.49 ea. at Kroger this week)
  • Doritos Chips 11.5 oz, $2
  • M&M’S Candy 42 oz, $8.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50/2 M&M’s bags, 9.9 oz +, RP 5/22
  • Starburst Candy, 14 oz, $2.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Skittles or Starburst candy printable
    (makes it $2.25 ea.)
  • Hershey’s Bars 6 ct., $2.49
    Store Coupon -.50/1 Hershey’s milk chocolate bars, 6 pk 9.3 oz, (Target coupon) (exp 06/28) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -Free Kraft Jet-Puffed marshmallows 8 oz + wyb Honey Maid grahams 14 oz + AND Hershey’s milk chocolate 6 pk printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 off Hershey’s milk chocolate (Facebook), 6 bar pk printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Hershey’s milk chocolate, 6 pk, SS 6/26
  • Pepperidge Farm Cookies 7.5 oz, or Crackers 6 oz, $2
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Pepperidge Farm Milano Melts cookies printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Pepperidge Farm Milano Melts cookies, SS 5/15
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Pepperidge Farm cookies, SS 5/15
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Pepperidge Farm cookies, SS 5/15
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Pepperidge farm baked naturals snacks, SS 6/12
    (makes it $1)
  • Coca Cola Products, 8 pk 12 oz bottles, $3.66
    Buy (3) get FREE Archer Farms Chips 8-14 oz
  • SoBe Lifewater Drinks 20 oz, $1
    $5 Target gift card WYB (10)
  • Arrowhead or Deer Park Water 24 pk, 16.9 oz bottles, $3.69
  • Coca-Cola Products 12 pk cans, $2.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Coca-Cola product, 12 pk, 125 Years of Summer Fun booklet
    (makes it $2.46 ea.)
  • Juicy Juice 8 ct., or Mott’s Apple Juice 64 oz, $2.25
    Manufacturer Coupon -Free Nestle Juicy Juice 4.23 oz 8 pk WYB Huggies Little Swimmers, June or July All You magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/1 Nestle Juicy Juice, 46 or 64 oz or multipk printable
    (use .55/1, makes it $1.70)

Personal Care

  • Suave Shampoo & Conditioner 2 pk, 14.5 oz, $3.49
    Target Store Coupon -.75/1 Suave Professionals hair care (Target coupon), Save Over $25 Beautiful Bucks booklet
  • Old Spice or Secret Deodorants 2.6-4 oz, $3.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Old Spice product, 1.7 oz +, PG 6/05 (EXP 06/30)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Old Spice deodorant, Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet (EXP 06/30)
    Target Store Coupon -$1 off Old Spice or Gillette deodorant (Target coupon), Target PG insert 5/01 (EXP 06/30)
    Manufacturer Coupon -Free Old Spice body wash max $5.99 WYB deodorant, PG 6/05 (EXP 06/30)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Secret Clinical or Natural Minerals deodorant, excl trial size, PG 6/05 (EXP 06/30)
    Target Store Coupon -$1/2 Secret deodorant (Target coupon), excl trial size, Target PG insert 5/01 (EXP 06/30)
  • Old Spice Body Wash 16-18 oz, $3.79
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Old Spice product, 1.7 oz +, PG 6/05 (EXP 06/30)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Old Spice Body Wash, Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet (EXP 06/30)
    Target Store Coupon -$1 off Old Spice or Gillette Body Wash (Target coupon), Target PG insert 5/01 (EXP 06/30)
    Manufacturer Coupon -Free Old Spice body wash max $5.99 WYB deodorant, PG 6/05 (EXP 06/30)
  • **Deal Idea**
    (1) Old Spice Deodorant $3.99
    (1) Old Spice Body Wash $3.79
    Manufacturer Coupon -Free Old Spice body wash max $5.99 WYB deodorant, PG 6/05 (EXP 06/30)
    Target Store Coupon -$1 off Old Spice or Gillette Body Wash (Target coupon), Target PG insert 5/01 (EXP 06/30)
    Target Store Coupon -$1 off Old Spice or Gillette deodorant (Target coupon), Target PG insert 5/01 (EXP 06/30)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Old Spice deodorant, Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet (EXP 06/30)
    Total Due: 99¢
  • Neutrogena Sunblock Spray $7
    Target Store Coupon -$1 off Neutrogena sun care item, excl trial size, (Target coupon) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Neutrogena Suncare item, RP 6/12
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Neutrogena suncare item, SS 3/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Neutrogena Suncare item, SS 5/08
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Neutrogena Suncare or Sunless product, (sign in) printable
    (use store and $2 off, makes it $4)
  • Biotrue 10 oz, or Refresh Optive 1 oz, $8
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Bausch & Lomb Biotrue Solution, 10 oz + printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Biotrue multi-purpose solution, 10 oz + printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Bausch + Lomb Biotrue multipurpose solution, 10 oz + printable
    Target Store Coupon -$2 off Biotrue eye care item, (Target coupon) printable
    (use store and $2 off, makes it $4)
  • Clean & Clear Morning Burst Surge Energizing Power Cleanser $12.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -$5 off Clean & Clear Morning Burst Surge Energizing Power Cleanser printable
    (makes it $7.99)
  • Depends Products 18 ct., $11.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50 off Depend products, SS 5/22
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Depend Extra Protection product printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2/2 Depend products printable
  • Playtex Tampons, 36 ct., $6.99
    $5 Target gift card WYB (2)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Playtex Gentle Glide tampons, May All You magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Playtex Sport tampons printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Playtex Sport tampons, May All You magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50 off Playtex gentle glide or sport tampons, 14 ct +, printable or  SS 5/22 (EXP 06/30)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2.50/2 Playtex Gentle Glide tampons, 18 ct +, SS 6/19
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2.50/2 Playtex Gentle Glide tampons, 18 ct +, SS 6/19
    (use (2) $1.50 off, makes it $2.99 ea. after gift card)
  • Up & Up Gummy Multivitamins, 70 ct., $4
  • Up & Up Women’s or Men’s Daily Vitamins, 100ct., $4


  • Kingsford Match Light Charcoal, 12.5 lb bag, $9
    $5 Target gift card WYB (2)
  • Bounty Giant-Roll Paper Towels, 8 pk., $10.49
    FREE Bounty Napkin Dispenser WYB (1)
    Target Store Coupon -$1 off Bounty Extra Soft paper towels (Target coupon), 8 pk +, RP 6/26
    Target Store Coupon -$1 off Bounty paper towels (Target coupon), 6 pk +, RP 6/26
    Target Store Coupon -$1 off Bounty paper towels (Target coupon), 6 pk, RP 4/10 (EXP 06/30)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Bounty paper towels, 6 ct +, Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet (EXP 06/30)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Bounty towels 6 roll + or (2) towels or napkins, Booklet in select PG products
    Target Store Coupon -$2 off Bounty paper towels 6 pk + AND napkins 160 ct + (Target coupon), RP 4/10 (EXP 06/30)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.25/1 Bounty towels or napkins, PG 6/05 (EXP 06/30)
    Target Store Coupon -Free Bounty Extra Soft paper towels 1 pk WYB 6 pk + (Target coupon), Target PG insert 5/01 (EXP 06/30)
    Target Store Coupon -Free Dawn liquid dish soap 24 oz WYB Bounty Extra Soft paper towels 8-12 pk (Target coupon), Target PG insert 5/01 (EXP 06/30)
  • Charmin Bath Tissue Double-Roll 18 pk., or Mega Roll 9 pk., $10.49
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Charmin Mega Roll bath tissue, Booklet in select PG products
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Charmin Megaroll bath tissue, Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet (EXP 06/30)
    Target Store Coupon -$1 off Charmin Ultra Soft, Ultra Strong or Sensitive bath tissue (Target coupon), RP 6/26
    Target Store Coupon -$1 off Charmin Ultra Strong, Ultra Soft or Sensitive toilet paper (Target coupon), 6 pk +, RP 4/10 (EXP 06/30)
    Target Store Coupon -$2 off Charmin Sensitive bath tissue (Target coupon), 18 pk, RP 6/26
    Target Store Coupon -$2.50 off Charmin toilet paper 6 pk + AND Freshmates wipes (Target coupon), excl travel, RP 4/10 (EXP 06/30)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.25/1 Charmin product, PG 6/05 (EXP 06/30)
    Target Store Coupon -Free $5 Target gift card Bounty 8 pk, Charmin 12 pk, Charmin 24 pk, Pampers 24 pk, or Iams Dog Food, RP 6/05
    Target Store Coupon -Free Charmin Freshmates flushable wipes 40 ct WYB bath tissue 9 pk + (Target coupon), Target PG insert 5/01 (EXP 06/30)
  • Up & Up Double-Roll Bath Tissue, 12 pk., $6.29
  • all Detergent Liquid 172 oz or Powder 95 load, $11
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off all laundry detergent, 28 load +, RP 6/05
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off all Free Clear Oxi-Active laundry detergent printable
    (makes it $10)
    (get 50 oz size at Food Lion this week for $1.49)
  • Downy Softener, 78-90 load, $6
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Downy product, Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet (EXP 06/30)
    Target Store Coupon -$1 off Downy products (Target coupon), RP 5/22 (EXP 06/30)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Downy liquid fabric softener or dryer sheets, PG 6/05 (EXP 06/30)
    (use store and .50/1, makes it $4.50)
  • Bounce 4-Month Dryer Bar or Dryer Sheets 160-180 ct., $6
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Bounce dryer bar, Booklet in select PG products
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Bounce product, Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet (EXP 06/30)
  • Hefty OneZip Bags, 12-40 ct., $2.99
    Target Store Coupon -$1 off Hefty One-Zip food storage bags, 12 ct +, (Target coupon) printable
    (makes it $1.99)
    (get it for 69¢ at Kroger this week)
  • Reynolds Wrap Foil, 200 sq. ft., $6.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Reynolds Wrap foil, excl 20-30 sq ft, SS 5/15 (EXP 06/30)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Reynolds wrap foil, SS 6/12
    (makes it $5.99)
  • Swiffer Sweeper Starter Kit $8.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Swiffer Duster or Sweeper, Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet (EXP 06/30)
    Manufacturer Coupon -Free Swiffer Sweeper refill WYB starter kit, max $5, Organize in Style home mailer
  • Meow Mix Dry Cat Food, 16 lb bag, $10.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Meow Mix dry cat food, 3.15 lb +, RP 6/19
  • Kibbles ‘n Bits Dog Food, 17.6 lb bag, $10.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50 off Kibbles ‘n Bits dry dog food, 7.5 lb +, RP 5/22

Baby Care

  • Luvs Big Box Diapers, 66-108 ct., $16.99
    Target Store Coupon -$1 off Luvs boxed diapers (Target coupon), 66 ct +, Target Baby home mailer
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Luvs product, Proctor & Gamble $110 booklet (EXP 06/30)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Luvs diapers, PG 5/01 (EXP 06/30)
    Target Store Coupon -$2 off Luvs diapers (Target coupon), 66-108 ct, RP 6/26
    (use store and mfr. coupons, makes it $13.99)
  • Huggies Little Swimmers $9.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Huggies Little Swimmers printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -Free Nestle Juicy Juice 4.23 oz 8 pk WYB Huggies Little Swimmers, July All You magazine
    (price match the Rite Aid ad for $6.99 before coupons)
  • Johnson & Johnson Baby Care 5-15 oz, or Desitin 2 oz, $3
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Johnson & Johnson baby bubble bath (Facebook) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Johnson & Johnson baby lotion or oil printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Johnson & Johnson baby lotion printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Johnson & Johnson baby oil (Facebook) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Johnson & Johnson baby shampoo printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Johnson & Johnson Head to Toe baby wash, 15 oz printable
    Target Store Coupon -$1 off Johnson & Johnson Natural baby toiletry item (Target coupon), excl trial size, Target Baby home mailer
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Johnson’s baby powder 15 oz +, (zip 90210) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2/2 Johnson & Johnson Baby Bedtime bath, bubble, Bath & Wash or Bedtime lotion, (sign in) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Johnson & Johnson Baby or Natural product, excl Buddies 1-4 oz, RP 6/05
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Johnson & Johnson Baby or Natural product, SS 4/17 (EXP 06/26)
    Target Store Coupon -.75/1 Johnson & Johnson Baby toiletry or Desitin item (Target coupon), excl trial size and Buddies, Target Baby home mailer
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Desitin Multi-Purpose Ointment printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Desitin product, trial size, SS 4/17 (EXP 06/26)
    • Teri

      Also when you go to Target on the Hefty One Zip there is also a 0.15 off manufactor coupon on the box.

    • Angelapitts

      check out their clearance outdoor furniture….up to 75% off!

    • guest

      I tried to buy two of the Bounty paper towels on sale (with the free napkins), use two $1 off napkin coupons and two $.25 paper towel coupons. The system only lets you use one of each, just an FYI. It also wouldnt let me use the get the $5 Target Gift Card coupon even though I bought 2 paper towels on the list. I even went to customer service on this one.

    • Avalaci8107

      ok when you give the list of coupons that you can use are you suggesting to use all of them or those are just all available coupons to use?

      • AM

        They are just the ones that are available. You can't use all of them.

    • ANA

      Anyone know if it's a good deal to use the $2/2 Dove Target coupon with the $1.50/2 MFQ that we printed online? Or the B1 Dove body wash and get $3.75 men-care body wash stacked with another coupon from this week's paper on Dove?

    • hboisseau

      Anyone have the Edy's Coupons that won't be using them???  I would love to trade.  We go through ice cream so quickly in our house

      • Ashes

        I would LOVE to trade! I have one or two Edy's and some other ice cream coupons. Email me at luv2savetoo@yahoo.com

    • Shelley

      For the Huggies Little Swimmers, it says to price match Rite Aid's ad….Do all Targets price match? I didn't see anything saying they did or didn't on their coupon policy, but wanted to see if anyone has had problems with that before I try.  THanks for your help!

      • sarahcas

        I price matched a movie there a few months ago without any problems. You can always call your store to double check, but they should.

        • Couponeagle11

          i have priced matched before and was told theyll match the price but you cant use coupons with it. Tuscaloosa Alabama Target

          • sarahcas

            When I price matched with the movies (It was Cars and The Incredibles) I used the coupons from the Disney websites without any problems. I'm sure it varies by store, but it wouldn't make sense for them not to accept manufactures coupons since they get reimbursed for that. Who knows.

      • Abby

        My Target in Mooresville, NC will NOT match an ad that requires a loyalty card….therefore, they will not match the Rite Aid deal because you have to use your wellness+ card.

        • sarahcas

          Oh, I didn't even think about that. I think I price matched from a Best Buy ad.

      • Sunshine

        I have also been told they cannot price match a Kroger ad because of the loyatly card.   Target hasvery poor service in Acworth Ga.   Even Walmart seems better than Target.  All questions and answers vary depending on which associate or manager you get.   Unless a VERY cheap price I avoid Target.

    • Chris

      Target customer service in Smyrna, GA is HORRIBLE!

      Two weeks ago I bought 4 packs of the big Bounty rolls (8pk) and used coupons available at the time.  This week they have them on sale for $2.50 cheaper plus you get a free pack of Bounty napkins.  I took my receipt back to the store expecting to at least get a price adjustment.  Much to my surprise I was told they couldn't do it in no uncertain terms (not at all pleasant about it).  So, believing that was horrible customer service and I know other retailers make price adjustments if within 30 days (not to mention I could return them without a problem and just use more Qs and buy them again and get the free item), I called Target Corporate and spoke with someone there.

      After discussing it with them and explaining, not to mention being on hold several times, Target Corporate Customer Service told me it would not be a problem, gave me a reference number, and told me to go back to the store.  I asked twice to confirm that when I got there I would get the adjustment and free item and she told me they would take care of it and to just go back to the store.  So I hopped in my truck and headed back to the store in Smyrna, GA.  Much to my anger I get a manager who doesn't even speak English very well and we call Corporate back to confirm and they tell me and the manager I was given wrong information – no apology, no explanation, no nothing.

      Tomorrow I will be selling the shares I hold in Target and will not ever be shopping there again unless the deal is just amazing – there are plenty of other places to buy TP and PT and the items Target sells.  Their customer service is non-existent and has done nothing but go downhill.  I mean, if I call Corporate and they tell me something and send me back to the store but then say I was given wrong info shouldn't they have at least apologized for the mistake not to mention done something to show their sincerity?

      • PM

        In certain circumstances I just buy the item at new price and turn around and walk in with the item and return with old receipt. I have had to do that at Target.

        • Chris

          AH!  What a great idea!  I might have to consider that.

          After my post I called Target Corporate again (not one to settle for the status-quo).  I explained to a supervisor what had happened and basically got a well so sorry for you that we told you the wrong info.  Well when I really lost my temper (which some have seen me do on here because my tolerance for BS is quite low – something I need to work on) and what I had done so far (posted here – no names mentioned as to site – posted to FB and Twitter, emailed, etc., plus scheduled a sale of all shares of Target I currently hold) he suddenly started backpedaling so fast I thought he was going to fall out of his chair.  He told me he would notate everything in my case and ASKED me to please call tomorrow during regular business hours and speak to a Senior Specialist and they would do something to resolve the issue.

          • The Other Chris

            Chris you gotta tell us the outcome of the call today!

            • Chris

              So here's the response I got:

              I spoke with a Senior Specialist apparently and what I was told was that they have this policy in place for business reasons (concerning adjustments).  However the return policy is exactly correct – if the item is new and unused you could return it and then re-purchase at the lower price.  The guy I got this time was definitely nicer and was obviously US-based because he spoke clearly, loudly, and with perfect English.  It was at least a pleasant call but with no satisfactory resolution.

              SO, with that said I may go ahead and take PMs suggestion above and go out to a store that should have the item in question and then as I come back to the house stop in to the store where originally purchased and return them with the original receipt that this all started over.  Thankfully I have plenty of Qs to use including that $5 gift card wyb 2 Bounty PT packs 8roll+ Target Q so it will be an awesome deal (4 packs of 8 giant roll PT at $7.37/ea pack after Qs but including tax – plus I'll get 4 packs of 50ct napkins).  A total difference of $17.88 not including the free napkins ($31.04 value if napkins included).

    • Angie

      How do I get the Proctor & Gamble coupon
      booklet you are always referring to?

      • Sundaydrive00

        I think that one was a facebook promotion they did back in January. All the coupons are expiring from that one at the end of the month, so they might be doing another one soon. Just “like” them on facebook and keep an eye on their posts.

        They also do coupon booklets with their rebates, so be on the look out for special rebates from them as well.

    • Lori

      Target has terrible customer service and inconsistent policies. I usually don't shop there unless I can get it at a really good price and never plan on returning it.

      • Couponeagle11

        i agree with you on that as well there service is never consistent and never have any in stock no matter what day of week you go

      • Reneern

        The Target stores in Southwest Florida have FANTASTIC customer service, are always stocked and clean.  Sorry you've had a bad experience.  It must be where you're located:(

    • Angelascoupons1

      I had a great Target outing today…mostly because of stacking coupons.  Stacked Target with manuf. Qs for the Hershey's bars…did the same for Special K bars (came out to $1 per box!).  Then many of the Pepperidge Farm crackers and pretzel thins were on sale for $2…and I had a $1 off coupon.  Coke products were $2.50 a 12 pack, which seems to be about the cheapest price going.  And I got the 10 Sobe waters for $10 with the $5 gift card ($.50 each).  Then, I used $1 off Newton Fruit Thins Target Q (our new fav cookie) plus a manuf. Q for $1 off 2 boxes…brought those down to $2.25 a box (HT carries them for over $4 a box).

      Oh…and when you bought 4 Special K products you got a coupon for $5 off any swim apparel…daughter used if for board shorts.

      Don't always do this well at Target…I think the key is a really good sale and stacking.

    • Almsw119

      The Fultondale, AL, Target is GREAT!  I am sorry if you do not like Target!  I always find them friendly and well stocked.  For me there are no other convenient options besides WD.  I enjoy this post, and this blog, and I hope others can like and appreciate Target too!

    • Dena

      Could someone please tell me how to get the Target Baby home mailer?

      • nchoneybee

        I get them but didn't sign up. I think I get them because we had a baby registry there.

    • Star

      went to customer service and ask if they could deduct my $3/2 Store cpn john frieda since i forgot to include it last time i came  and  at that time the cashier has rang up one of my $5Man for only $2.97( didnt notice it not until i was home)…. customer service told me they couldnt honor my request since it has been 3weeks already…..told them my car broke and its the only time i can come….was upsetting… anyone who know the policy regarding this? what's the Corporate number?

      • Emhcoupon

        why don't you just return the item and then rebuy it with your coupon.

        • Chris

          That isn't the point.  If you can return the item within 90 days, if defective or changed mind – whatever, then what's the difference?  That's the part that doesn't make any sense – you can return the item but they can't do an adjustment.

          • Sundaydrive00

            Then what would stop people from using coupons that just came out this week on an item that they bought almost three months ago?!

            I think 3 weeks is plenty fair to be able to bring in coupons to use on past purchases. I'm surprised they even let it go that long. Use the coupons when you're there buying the item. If you don't have the coupons or forgot them, then thats you're fault not the stores. Don't buy the item and come back for it some other time.

            • Chris

              It's not even 3 weeks – it 10 DAYS for adjustments (the current ad and the next ad but no more beyond that – they say that's typically 10 days but could be as short as 7).  And on manuf Qs what does it matter 3 days or 3 weeks?  They are reimbursed for the Q anyways – a store Q I can understand since that comes specifically out of their pocket (although I guess it comes out of our pockets one way or another in the end).

              If you go in for an item and find you forgot your Qs but there are only 2 of that item left on the shelf are you really going to leave them there and go home?  I don't think I would – I would buy what I was after and come back with my Qs later (although I tend to do that in the same week if I just forgot since I know I'll be back anyways).

            • Sundaydrive00

              Yes, I would just leave an item if I forgot the coupon for it. That is depending on what coupon it was. If it was a 35 cent paper towel coupon, I'd probably still buy the item and not worry about the coupon. Its only 35 cents. If it was a coupon for getting the item for free or close to free, I would just come back for the item once I had found my coupon. Its not that big of a deal, its Target. They restock every night.

              And as far as the 10 day thing, I still think thats a very reasonable amount of time to be able to go home, find your coupon, and bring it back to Target. If you know you're going to be too busy to make a 5 minute stop sometime in the next 10 days, then don't buy the item. And again, I don't think its right for people to be buying things and then using future coupons on the item.

            • Chris

              Must be nice to have all that free time to run back and forth to Target.  And no Target doesn't restock every night – sometimes they may not restock but once during the week depending on when they get a truck and if that item is on it or not.  Here the Target I prefer, 12 miles away, is already out of the Bounty deal and don't get another truck until Wednesday night – and don't know if they will have any on it or not.  So it's sometimes not that simple to just come back – especially if the currently available Q makes the item close to free, free, or is a money maker because all Target's in an area will sell out quickly (as what happened with the John Frieda products recently – every store in metro Atlanta was out within about 2 days).

            • Yup, I was sick & missed the JF deal.  Still hanging onto my q's and hoping they'll go back on sale :)

      • Chris

        Not sure what the policy is but I would think any time within 90 days since you can return the item in that time.

        Corporate Customer Service 800-440-0680

    • Hijones60

      If somebody needs the Target coupons from this weekend please email me and I will send them out. Target is too far for me to go…

      • Duggerld

        I would love those coupons if you want i can send you a sase

        • Hijones60

          Hello Duggerld, email me @ hijones60@gmail.com with your address and I mail tomorrow morning, no need to send an envelope… I might need a coupon from you one day… :-))

    • Jallisonot

      I shopped at a different Target last night and had 3 coupons for Dove Men's products. Found some trial sized ones for .97. My coupons were for $1 each. The coupons did not say excluding trial size. The cashier said they do not take coupons for trial sized items. I know that my regular Target does. The young man at customer service also gave me this response. Has anyone else had this experience?

      • Chris

        They tried that crap with me on the Aquafresh and I went all the way to a manager – and even explained to them that Walmart doesn't have this issue.  They accepted the Qs then without a problem.  Only one time did they adjust the Q from $1 to $0.97 because that was the actual price of the item – when I asked about the other $0.03 they were getting from the manuf and basically stealing from me I was told that was the way they had to do it (although no other Target gave me that trouble).

        • Sundaydrive00

          Man, Target must love you. From this thread alone, it sounds like you're in there everyday making a scene. Just because Walmart does something, why does that mean Target should do it as well? They are 2 **completely** different stores, with two different coupon policies. They don't adjust their coupons down, thats just the way it is. If you want to buy travel size items that are cheaper then the coupon, then go to Walmart since you say they'll do it.

          What did you want them to do with the other .03 cents? Mark on the coupon that they'll only be needing 97 cents back from that coupon? And its not you that they'd be “stealing from” it would be the manufactures since they would be making a 3 cent profit from the coupon.

          • Chris

            No actually I have a job so shop maybe once or twice a week if lucky.  And I have been a loyal Target customer for many years and shunned Walmart when I could. Yes they are two different stores – my IQ isn't so low I can't breathe without thinking it out loud.  But they are competitors, direct competitors at that, in a very tight space.  And some Target's don't adjust their Qs either – it's completely hit or miss even at the same store.  And yes, that would be the honest thing to do – if they adjust a Q then they should note that.  And it is tantamount to stealing from me – the manufacturer produced the Q for the public to purchase their product so if there's overage based on the purchase price of the item then that overage should apply elsewhere in the transaction.  I went through the effort to collect/print the Q and make the trip to use it – the retailer isn't paying me to come in there especially if they are out of the way.  So when the retailer keeps that overage they are not only getting that from me but then get the markup on the product purchased as well as the redemption/handling fee from the manufacturer when they submit the coupon.

            Starting to wonder if you work in retail – you seem awfully quick to defend retailers poor customer service policies. Maybe you actually work for Target hence defending them?

            • Mmm

              C'mon.  “The retailer isn't paying you to come in there?”  It sounds to me that you don't expect to have to pay for the product.  I do not work for a retailer, I coupon myself. 

              I don't care if their competitor has a different policy – you know what it is.  I have diffferent rules in my house than the parents down the street.   That argue doesn't fly! 

              “I went through the effort of printing out the coupon and making the trip”.  Trust me, they would prefer you didn't come in if you make a scene everytime you go in.

              These people are trying to run a profitable business so they can employ people.  They are not trying to run a free for all food pantry.

              FIghting over 3cents and accusing them of ripping them off is giving us all a bad name!!!!!!

            • Chris

              Actually they run a profitable business so they can return value to their shareholders – they don't care one bit about how many people they employ (and, in fact, I would bet money they do like every other business – hire as few people to do the job so as to keep labor costs as low as possible thus keeping as much money in the business as possible).  If the goal of business was to just employ people we wouldn't have such a high unemployment rate and I would not have just gotten, at my job, my first raise in 3 years and haven't seen us hire anyone in quite some time (just the opposite we have let people go in two rounds of layoffs in that time).  As a shareholder that's great – as a customer or employee that's horrible.  There has to be a balance in there somewhere.

              And no I don't make a scene – but I do expect them to abide by their policies from store to store and within the same store.  Don't expect to be able to change the rules constantly – as a parent I'm quite certain you don't change your rules depending on your mood or who happens to be in your home at the time.  And I also expect to be treated as a valued customer because without customers they have no business thus no value to return to shareholders.  If you're polite and courteous and treat others as you want to be treated and they still respond negatively then yes I tend to get angry – because the attitude these days is unwarranted just because I'm using coupons or looking for the best deal I can for my dollar.

              And that 3 cents adds up.  Think about if they do that 30k times a month across all their stores and customers/transactions (and I'm using a low number)?  That might be only $900 but over time, and when the amounts vary, that adds up to be a lot of money customers are, in essence, losing but the company is pocketing (because I know you don't REALLY expect them to refuse it from the manufacturer when they redeem the coupon right?).

              The real question is how can anyone remain loyal to any company when that company specifically creates policies to discourage a class of customers from coming into their stores?  Especially when the enforcement of those policies is spotty at best and aggressively rude at worst?  What happened to the days when customer service was really number one?  And if Publix can make it work for them, as a privately held company, why is it that publicly traded companies are too worried about profits and numbers that they can't make the same policies work for them?  These are the real issues at hand – it's a matter of principle not just 3 pennies.

              OH – and like I said above, I do happen to be a Target shareholder.  My experiences in the last 6 months leave me concerned about Target as a company not to mention their financials, as reported, being at the expense of losing customers and customer loyalty in a space already having difficulty with retaining those two things.

            • I used to be an avid Target fan/shopper.  Prior to couponing I was in the store constantly.  Then I woke up and realized how overpriced they are on a lot of things.  I still shop there from time to time for a really good deal or for a certain product I can only find there.  I'm not in there nearly as much because they stopped treating me as a valued customer the moment I started using coupons.  I'm sorry but if I want to be treated poorly, I can head to Hellmart.  NO thank you!  I think the point Chris & others are trying to make is that customers deserve respect and when we don't receive respect we move along to their competition.  Retailers plan promotions and sales to draw customers into the store.  If they don't plan to follow through with their promotions or price matching/adjusting then why advertise it to begin with?   Would save everyone a lot of time if they'd be a little more consistent and trustworthy in their dealings with their customers.

            • Aking3

              They actually only get the $.97. They have to provide copies of amounts sold compared with coupons…otherwise whats to stop them from putting coupons in there themselves?

            • Chris

              Right – they have to provide proof of volume “if requested” but there is nothing specifying they have to provide volume of trial size.  And I wonder if they have to provide sales volume or just purchase volume (from the manufacturer).  They could just provide volume for the full size since the coupon doesn't specify.  But it does specify $1 off but no redemption instructions about price adjustment if the product price is lower.  I'm sure there are rules for redemption, and I would love to see them for a variety of products, but alas I have little free time these days (I'm sure it would be very educational to see what's done how).

              But here's the real question:  How many manufacturers that do business with Target are going to insist on seeing purchase volume information when they already know how many units they sold to Target (all varieties)?  And how do we know if Target specifies the coupon was used on the trial size or not?  I would assume they either don't volunteer that information or they don't really know unless they go back and research it (comb through the transactions for the coupon barcode and then count how many times it was used and what products that qualify from that manufacturer were in that transaction).  I would be curious to know if they can mine their data that way.

              In any case, something tells me they get the full $1 plus the 8 cents handling fee so are making 11 cents per Q.  Not a lot to them I'm sure but I wouldn't sneeze at what it probably amounts to (lets use a wild number – 100k coupons per month across all stores – that amounts to $11k and I would certainly love to have that.  How about just all coupons in general that have overage that was adjusted down – say 1M total Qs, across all stores, with 1 penny overage and 8 cents handling that amounts to $90k).

          • Chris

            Further more what from my posts makes you believe I'm in there every day making a scene?  Being forceful is completely different from being rude and obnoxious.  Why should I have to put up with BS or laziness or ignorance about a policy just because it's easier to smile and go on my way?  What ever happened to a decent apology from retailers and at least empathy for the person and the situation?  This person had a similar experience and I shared that I did too and what I did about it.  Just like the person who had an issue with their coupon or the price adjustment issue I had recently.  Normally I'm fairly easy to get along with but if someone screws up then they should fix it – plain and simple.

          • Apparently you aren't around enough to know that Chris is very well versed in couponing in general as well as retailers and store policies.  Didn't your Mama teach you if you can't say something nice, don't say nothing?  Now might be a good time to practice that.  Just sayin… :)

    • HappySaver11

      The target in duluth, ga has the new Milo's Kitichen Home-style dog treats on sale. the small bags (3.3oz or less) are 2.50 and the big (10oz or more) I believe were 12.99? I used the $1.50 off coupon found in today's paper (and last weeks I think), So it only cost $1.00!! but the best part is that when you buy it you get a $2 off target coupon. Combine that with the $2.00 Mfc and the sale, you could get a big bag for under $10. Petsmart has it advertised for way more even though they say it's a low price.

    • Amanda

      I was so upset that my area did not get and of the Eddy's coupons.  I love their whole fruit bars and my teething little girl enjoys them as well.  If anyone has any that they would like to get rid of I will certainly take them off of your hands.  E-mail me at shop2save11@yahoo.com

    • Kerleyhead

      The actual Target ad states that 80% lean ground beef is $2.49 for a 1 lb. package.  In small print it states that the ground beef is on sale for $2.29 in the meat dept.  Where did you get the $1.99 price because I won't be able to get that with an ad stating it's otherwise. 

    • Bmg38

      I respectfully disagree with those who think stores should make allowances or adjustments because you buy something at regular price, before it comes on sale.  And you expect them to go back and adjust your price to the sale price? Suck it up, buy some on sale so you have a small stock pile and don't have to buy at regular price again and move on.  Same thing with getting coupon adjustments at a later date.  How many times have you heard “I would use coupons but I forget to bring them.”?  So make a note, remember your coupons and get your deals.  If you forget your coupons, or you find coupons later that you could've used, too bad.  Grow up and move on.

    • Chris

      So are you saying that if you bought something on Friday, before you knew what was going to be in the ad next week, and then it went on sale on Sunday you wouldn't be upset?  If that's the case then sounds like you're not worried about getting the most bang for your buck.  I agree there are limits but if I bought something within a 30 day window and it goes on sale then I should be able to get that sale price – especially when I could just as easily return the items I bought and re-purchase them at the new price because the window for returns is 90 days.  It makes no sense to have a return window 9 times longer than the adjustment window.  But for $25 I'm willing to make a big deal out of it with Corporate because it is a recurring issue with Target (customer service and just general rudeness).

      And I do agree with the coupons being forgotten – a couple of days is one thing but a few weeks is another.  Sometimes there are extenuating circumstances and there have to be allowances for that (based on the judgement of the CS staff) but if you do it and someone continually tries to do the same thing over and over then that's when the line has to be drawn for abuse.  A one off issue?  Come on – bite the bullet and provide good customer service.  That's the only real way to differentiate yourself in today's market – customer service – because anyone can sell household products at low prices.

      • Also, people have to remember that many of the retailers advertise not only price matching but price adjustments as well.  I generally don't do it as I don't get out often enough w/ health issues.  The point is the store allows it, then why have an issue with it?  *smh*

    • Guest

      I just wanted to add that last week I purchased two tank tops from Target which nI hadn't worn yet. On Sunday, I see they are on sale for $8 (reg. $12.99). I took the tanks to customer service to do a price adjustment (4 days after purchase date) and they wouldn't do it. Therefore I returned them & rebought them on the spot. Why not simply adjust the price???

      • Chris

        See!!!  Even 4 days later!  And this is supposedly within their policy of ten days for adjustments (the current ad or next ad).  Target is just going downhill – a year or two ago they would have had no problem and would have been happy to make the adjustment.  Now it takes bloodletting to get them to do anything or even act like they give a crap about anything.  But as long as you have a receipt and just want to return it they just robot it through and send you on your way.  Used to be such a fan and avid Target shopper/supporter.  Now I dread going to their stores.

      • That is riDONKulous!

    • Cdtutor

      News Alert go to yahoo headline page read the story about couponing.  Thanks to the wonderful folks of extreme couponing those of us that have been doing this a long time are in for a rude awakening.  Target will no longer allow stacking of coupons and more….I am so discusted…the economy is already bad enough..I have couponed a while now, I am on disability, it helps me so much.  What can we do?  Frustrated in South Carolina

      • Synthia92

        i agree this is hurting everyone else

      • Kimberjaa

        I've had women approach me in the grocery store when they see me with alot of coupons, and ask me questions, and I've had several say that they've watched the show and even taken classes on it, but just can't get the hang of it.  So…I'm hoping that that will be the case with alot of people, they'll try it and get tired of it.

        • Chris

          Agreed!  I think a lot of ppl are missing that the show is for entertainment purposes.  I've found a lot of ppl who ask me about it suddenly change their tune when they hear how much time I spend and that it can potentially be a lot of work (rewarding as it is).  I say give it time and this will fall out of fashion and ppl will go back to their one or two coupons and be done.  The real damage is what happens between now and then from policies enacted by retailers because of the few extremists – that is the future to consider.

          • Very true.  Unfortunately so much damage has already been done that lots of retailers have already changed their policies or are in the process of changing them at this time.  Once they are changed, we are stuck.  What retailer in their right mind, would go back and change the policy when so many have taken advantage of it.  That un-reality show makes me sick!  Found out last week that one of the girls featured on the show was local to where we just moved from and that her episode was filmed at a store right down the street from where we lived, one we frequented.  Also coming down the pipe is news that the CIC is really starting to crack down on any type of individual/company that sells coupons or inserts.  This includes ebay listings too.  Seems these days it is one thing after another.

    • Cdtutor

      News Alert go to yahoo headline page read the story about couponing.  Thanks to the wonderful folks of extreme couponing those of us that have been doing this a long time are in for a rude awakening.  Target will no longer allow stacking of coupons and more….I am so discusted…the economy is already bad enough..I have couponed a while now, I am on disability, it helps me so much.  What can we do?  Frustrated in South Carolina

      • Chris

        Buy One Get One Free Coupons (BOGO): BOGO coupons cannot be combined (i.e. you cannot use two BOGO coupons on two items and get both for free). Unless stated otherwise on the coupon, the use of one Buy One Get One Free coupon requires that two of the valid items are presented at checkout of which one item will be charged to the guest and the 2nd item will be discounted by its full retail price.A second cents-off coupon of the same type cannot be redeemed towards the purchase price of the first item.If a Target BOGO coupon is used, one additional manufacturer coupon may be used on the first item.If a Manufacturer BOGO coupon is used, one additional Target coupon may be used on the first item.
        This could present some difficulties with stacking BOGO Qs but there aren't that many that come out.  Otherwise it appears their policy is not changing for anything else.

    • Johandav290

      I live in l.a. ca and I got one revlon nail cutter. ($2.19) and a eyelash curler ($3.04) I paid with a $5off any two revlon beauty tool so the final price that i pair was . .76 centre. I think this is a great deal, because o
      i still got back a $5 coupon off two from the catalina machine.

    • Where did you get the original $5/2 coupon?  Is it still available?

    • Where did you get the original $5/2 coupon?  Is it still available?

    • Alacia

      Question….the Target q's that are in RedPlum from Sunday say MQ but have Target name on them…..can they be used at any store or Target only??

      • Mommy2Boys

        Only Target, at least in my area.

    • Mommy2Boys

      Can I do this transaction?  

      (2) 8 pk Bounty Paper Towels  $10.49 ea.
      (1) Bounty Extra Soft Paper Towels (not sure of price)

      (2) $1/1 Bounty PT (Target Coupon)
      (2) $1/1 Bounty PT (Mfr. Coupon)
      (1) Free Bounty Extra Soft PT wyb 6pk or larger Bounty PT
      (1) Free $5 GC wyb 2 8 pk Bounty PT

      Total = $6.49 + $5 GC?

      • Chris

        Yes – I did that deal right at the beginning of June and plan on doing it again now with those exact same Qs (although I only have 2 of the manuf $1/1 Qs but a bunch of the $0.251 Qs).  Your math is off though – at $10.49 each you'll pay $20.98 for 2 b4 Qs – $16.98 after Qs not including tax or the giftcard.  Still a good deal when you factor in the free napkins at a $3+ value and the gift card leftover from the transaction.

        If you decide to buy more than two then separate them into groups of two so you can use the gift card from one transaction on the next.  That way you only have one gift card at the end and spend less OOP.Oh the extra soft I think are $1.77 or $1.97/ea.

        • Mommy2Boys

          Thx.  And I was thinking $16, forgot the 1, lol.  I only have 2 coupons of each, so 2 will be it for me :).

          • Chris

            Wish you were nearby – I have enough Qs for at least 10 and maybe more.  Would offer them to you.

        • Cwalkermarie

          How do you get the free napkins? do you have a coupon for them or does one print? or do you just ring them up and they come off automatically?

          • Chris

            That's the deal in this week's ad so I assume they come off automatically (like last week's deal on the Method products).  But it is limited quantity and no rainchecks so you may want to check your ad and call your local store(s) to confirm they have the free item before making the trip.

        • BRITTANY37098

          Hi Chris, I always read the comments you leave on the pages and you seem to do GREAT at this, so if it doesnt bother you from time to time I would like to ask you questions about certain things??? LIke……How do I get the $5/2 Revlon catalina at Target?? thanks so much, Brittany.

          • Chris

            Sure!  That Catalina probably won't print at the front registers – every time I go through there it seems that none of those printers have any damn paper (at like 5 stores sadly).  The one in the Pharmacy always does so it may pay to buy back there and see if that Q will print out.  I'm not sure what will trigger it – maybe someone else on here knows (obviously I'm not a big Revlon user – personally I like Clinique products.  No I'm not a drag queen but I do play one on TV – LOL).

            You could also try Coupon Network since those are Catalinas too but I didn't see it on there tonight.

    • Lisa

      How do I get signed up to get the target home baby mailer??

    • Enfamiler

      I have a general question i was hoping someone could answer! PLEASE!
      Enfamil is on sale this week for $20 in CVS and i had 4 enfamil checks
      which i used toward the purchase of 1 formula yesterday. Then today i
      got 4 $5 enfamil checks in the mail again. So I went in today and wanted
      to use all 4 on 1 formula like i did yesterday. The lady was about to
      scan them all through and then another old lady at the next register
      walked over to her and said your not gonna let her use all of those are
      you? You know you can only use one. I did'nt want to argue so i said i'd
      like to cancel it and i took my checks back and left. I just wanted to
      know if this is really true? Can you only use one check because i've
      used more than one countless times before in target, babies r us, and
      even that exact CVS! I just want to know what is right, so that i know
      for next time! THANK YOU to whoever can answer this!

      • Val

        To get a precise answer you need to read the fine print of the checks. Does it say only one check per transaction? Per Purchase?

      • 7308cls

        its been about a year since i got them but it was always 1 per so i would get the item closest to the price of check– but if some are letting use all– then i would try again–but w/ my 3 it was 1 per

      • Generally it's usually been 1 per product purchased, but you can stack a store and manufacturer's coupons with them.

        Personally with as much formula as I went through, it made more sense to get 4 cans for $15 then 1 can for $0, but maybe that's just me.

    • Teresa

      I have a question about the Target coupons that can be printed from their website.  I printed three this morning and two of them printed out without the numbers associated with the bar code and without the number of items you have to purchase.  Has anybody else had this happen?  If so, will Target accept them?  I would like to know before I make a trip over there.