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3-Packs of 12oz Starbucks Whole Bean or Ground Coffee (Various Flavors) EXPIRED

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Enjoy a $5 Starbucks Card eGift when you purchase three (3) qualifying Starbucks® products at your participating neighborhood grocery store (in one single transaction). It's easy to do.

http://starbucks.promo.eprize.com/offer2/ - Should work for online purchases as it did the last Target deal which was just a few weeks ago.

Wyb 3 bags in-store you can use a $3/2 bags coupon on coupon.com.

Plus 5% off if you have a Target Red Card.
Confirming - just bought three bags in store. Register rang at 5.99 each after buy 3 get $6 off promo automatically added. Used $3 off coupon on purchase of 2 Starbucks from coupon com website (also on Target's website). Final price $14.97 before tax. Uploaded smartphone pic of receipt to Starbucks; already received $5 eGiftCard. Equivalent to $9.97 plus tax for 3 bags. Good deal, thanks OP!

BTW, Starbucks' rebate website went out of their way to tell me that there are no limits to the $5 eGiftCard promo. Obviously I'd group any other purchases in groups of 3 per transaction for both the rebate and the Target deal.

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Enjoy a $5 Starbucks Card eGift when you purchase three (3) qualifying Starbucks® products at your participating neighborhood grocery store (in one single transaction). It's easy to do.

http://starbucks.promo.eprize.com/offer2/ - Should work for online purchases as it did the last Target deal which was just a few weeks ago.

Wyb 3 bags in-store you can use a $3/2 bags coupon on coupon.com.

Plus 5% off if you have a Target Red Card.
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No HDMI? Pass...
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Is this available in store as well?


Edit: Yes, it is.
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Last edited by MrVCU April 10, 2016 at 09:20 AM
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Wow, if you get 4 at the B&M, after $6 in coupons, $6 instant savings and $5 SB GC. That's $3.75 a bag, less another 5% if you use the red card. Thumbs up!
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Last edited by parker3 April 10, 2016 at 09:46 AM
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Wow, if you get 4 at the B&M, after $6 in coupons, $6 instant savings and $5 SB GC. That's $3.75 a bag, less another 5% if you use the red card. Thumbs up!
Coupon is limit 1 but not sure if the register enforces that or not. I doubt it.
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Enjoy a $5 Starbucks Card eGift when you purchase three (3) qualifying Starbucks(R) products at your participating neighborhood grocery store (in one single transaction). It's easy to do.

http://starbucks.promo.eprize.com/offer2/ - Should work for online purchases as it did the last Target deal which was just a few weeks ago.

Wyb 3 bags in-store you can use a $3/2 bags coupon on coupon.com.

Plus 5% off if you have a Target Red Card.
So, stupid question here but wanted to confirm, in-store the $6 promo will apply + print/present $3 off 2 coupon and then I can submit for the $5 Starbucks e-gift card?

FYI, there's also a (1) Starbucks coffee + (1) Pepperidge Farms cookie coupon on the same site that might be used together in lieu of (4) Starbucks coffee and two of the $3/2 coupons
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So, stupid question here but wanted to confirm, in-store the $6 promo will apply + print/present $3 off 2 coupon and then I can submit for the $5 Starbucks e-gift card?
Yes, in-store the same qualifying varieties s/b $5.99/bag. Shown in the weekly ad. Upload receipt once you've purchased. See prior Target Sbs thread from a couple of week's ago for some of the issues when submitting the receipt. Seems for some people they had to upload a few times to get it to work.
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are these ground fine enough for an espresso machine?
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are these ground fine enough for an espresso machine?
the ground is better suited for drip style coffee. I brought 7 bags from previous deal, just opened a bag a week ago, still fresh!
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Confirming - just bought three bags in store. Register rang at 5.99 each after buy 3 get $6 off promo automatically added. Used $3 off coupon on purchase of 2 Starbucks from coupon com website (also on Target's website). Final price $14.97 before tax. Uploaded smartphone pic of receipt to Starbucks; already received $5 eGiftCard. Equivalent to $9.97 plus tax for 3 bags. Good deal, thanks OP!

BTW, Starbucks' rebate website went out of their way to tell me that there are no limits to the $5 eGiftCard promo. Obviously I'd group any other purchases in groups of 3 per transaction for both the rebate and the Target deal.
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My go to coffee is Seattle's best # 5. Can anyone recommend which of the Starbucks varieties is similar?
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Good deal. Also, you can take each one of the empty bags to a Starbucks location and redeem for a free tall coffee.
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Fred Meyer ( Kroger) offers this size bag of Starbucks for $5.99 every day.
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