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Promoted 03-20-2016 by longmanj9 at 05:14 AM View Original Post
Target offers $10 Gift Card for free with purchases of $50 or more of food or beverage. Shipping is free, otherwise you may select store pickup if available. Thanks persian_mafia

Note, the $10 Target Gift Card will be added to cart automatically with orders of $50 or more in food or beverage items

Target Stores [Store Locator] also offers $10 Gift Card for free with purchases of $50 or more of food or beverage with Mobile Coupon. For coupon to be delivered to phone, text FOOD to TARGET (827438).

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Written by longmanj9

Refer to forum thread for deal ideas. REDcard holders may save an additional 5% off. 


Excludes: Candy, Baby Food, Nutrition Shake & Bars, Pet Food, Target Cafe & Starbucks Cafe.

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Edited March 20, 2016 at 02:38 AM by persian_mafia
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Use your REDcard [target.com] to save5%

Excludes: Candy, Baby Food, Nutrition Shake & Bars, Pet Food, Target Cafe & Starbucks Cafe.

For coupon to be delivered to your phone, text FOOD to TARGET (827438)
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Thank you. Hopefully they will have some good food deals offering GC's also.

This could be a decent deal to combine with it

$5 gift card with purchase of 3 select Starbucks coffee items through 3/26/2016
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Quote from Thriftymomof2 View Post :
Thank you. Hopefully they will have some good food deals offering GC's also.

This could be a decent deal to combine with it

$5 gift card with purchase of 3 select Starbucks coffee items through 3/26/2016
I'm actually not replying to this post but replying to your "subscript?" that told me about the "search this thread" tool. I have no idea how I have been at Slickdeals this long and not noticed or used this tool. Thanks.
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I'm actually not replying to this post but replying to your "subscript?" that told me about the "search this thread" tool. I have no idea how I have been at Slickdeals this long and not noticed or used this tool. Thanks.
I've known about it for a long time, and I still always have trouble finding the button when I need it. It should certainly be more prominently featured (the whole button layout is pretty non-intuitive though IMHO).
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I dont see a beer exclusion.
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I dont see a beer exclusion.
score! the target near me has a pretty good craft beer selection. hope it counts toward the $50.
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Quote from GoodVibrations View Post :
I dont see a beer exclusion.

Yup that's the first thing I noticed too. Alcohol is not part of the exclusions this time, they must have missed it.
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Might be a good opportunity to unload any remaining free Coke 12-pack vouchers you might have lying around and which expire at the end of the month. Coke deals have been scarce so far this year.
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What to buy?
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Quote from laalaa99stl View Post :
Might be a good opportunity to unload any remaining free Coke 12-pack vouchers you might have lying around and which expire at the end of the month. Coke deals have been scarce so far this year.
Great ideal! I was thinking of the same thing but is there a limit to how many coke vouchers you can use per transaction?
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Quote from laalaa99stl View Post :
Might be a good opportunity to unload any remaining free Coke 12-pack vouchers you might have lying around and which expire at the end of the month. Coke deals have been scarce so far this year.
Thanks for this. I keep waiting for Safeway to bring back the buy 2 get 3 free, but no such luck. Just may have to use my last 15 free 12 packs at Target nod
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Quote from citeeofangels View Post :
Great ideal! I was thinking of the same thing but is there a limit to how many coke vouchers you can use per transaction?
The Q states limit 4 per transaction, but that may not be enforced. I assume the $50 has to be spent in a single transaction. (How else could they track it?) So you'd need to do ten Q's in a single transaction. Will the Target register beep? My experience is that cashiers apply extra scrutiny to freeby Q's. There's a high chance of failure, but I intend to try it anyway.

Quote from Thriftymomof2 View Post :
Thanks for this. I keep waiting for Safeway to bring back the buy 2 get 3 free, but no such luck. Just may have to use my last 15 free 12 packs at Target nod


I'm not aware that Safeway's ever done B2G3. That's something Harris Teeter would do: buy 2 at $6.99 each plus tax and get three. That makes your total $4.84 for 5 12-packs (97? each). Safeway does B2G2 at $6.49 each plus tax. So you're looking at $3.78 for four 12-packs (95? each). So about the same.


The best deals from previous years simply haven't come around. I remember one year CVS pumped out something like $5 Extra Bucks for $20 spent on Coke (even split across multiple transactions) at 4/$10. And they used to take the vouchers at the full $4.99 value. That was a good year. Then there was that one year people got Walmart GCs based on their Savings Catcher program. But Walmart learned their lesson and has been on the ball with their Coke pricing ever since.
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I'm actually not replying to this post but replying to your "subscript?" that told me about the "search this thread" tool. I have no idea how I have been at Slickdeals this long and not noticed or used this tool. Thanks.
I'm confused by this comment. Can you explain further?
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Quote from laalaa99stl View Post :
The Q states limit 4 per transaction, but that may not be enforced. I assume the $50 has to be spent in a single transaction. (How else could they track it?) So you'd need to do ten Q's in a single transaction. Will the Target register beep? My experience is that cashiers apply extra scrutiny to freeby Q's. There's a high chance of failure, but I intend to try it anyway.


Target registers only take 4 like manufacturer's coupons per transaction. So they will beep after the first 4. YMMV if your cashier will override.

I got a bunch of great deals with these coupons in January at Target but I've also had great luck this year with clerks pushing K1 to take the full value of the coupons off my order each time. I've only got five coupons left at this point; think using at least four of them at Target next week is a good plan for the last bunch.
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