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Target In-Store Offer: 24-Count Zantac 150 Maximum Strength Acid Reducer EXPIRED

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Promoted 06-05-2016 by Discombobulated at 11:51 PM View Original Post
Target Stores (link for reference) [Store Locator] has 24-Count Zantac 150 Maximum Strength Acid Reducer on sale when you follow the instructions listed below to redeem the offer in-store. Thanks persian_mafia
  1. Purchase 1x 24-Count Zantac 150 Maximum Strength Acid Reducer (Cool Mint) or 1x 24-Count Zantac 150 Maximum Strength Acid Reducer on sale for $7.69 (In-store price may vary)
  2. Use 1x $5 Off Zantac Manufacturer Coupon = $2.69
  3. Use 1x $2 Off Zantac Target Coupon = $0.69
  4. The final price should be ~$0.69

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Target REDCard holders may save an additional 5% off this purchase. The benefits of the card include 5% off most items, free shipping on online orders, and an extended return period. -Corwin

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Edited June 5, 2016 at 08:21 PM by persian_mafia
**Target B&M Deal = In-store Only**

Picked one up earlier today. Target stores have the 24-count Zantac 150 priced at $7.69. Use the $5.00 off one Zantac Product (24/30 ct) coupon and the $2.00 off one Zantac Target coupon to get it for $0.69.

Breakdown:Also use your Target REDcard [target.com] to save more.
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In desperation once on vacation I bought a pack of 3 Zantac tablets at the hotel store for $5.

Indigestion was taken care of, but the price almost gave me a heart attack instead. laugh out loud
All, not to TC, but I've taken the whole cocktail of heartburn pills for the last 6-7 years due to SEVERE heartburn. I've taken Prevacid, Nexium, Zantac, Omeprazole, none have kept working as my body adjusted to each medicine and within 2 months the heartburn was back each time. I then found aloe vera juice off of a recommendation from a friend and I have literally had zero heartburn in the last 6 weeks since taking 4oz a day. Not only that, but my indigestion/digestion issues have gone away entirely. These pills have been shown to do long-term kidney damage and effect your body in a very negative manner. If you're interested in a natural remedy for heartburn/indigestion then I recommend you check out lily of the desert 99% aloe vera juice on Amaz*on. It WORKS, read the reviews and decide for yourself whether you want to try it.

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is it just me?
I can't print more than 2 coupons
used different web browser
don't really want to go to target for just one
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Use private/ incognito mode.
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Going tomorrow to try to get one, hopefully no issue since its 1 target coupon & 1 mfg coupon.
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In desperation once on vacation I bought a pack of 3 Zantac tablets at the hotel store for $5.

Indigestion was taken care of, but the price almost gave me a heart attack instead. laugh out loud
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Quote from siryoink View Post :
Going tomorrow to try to get one, hopefully no issue since its 1 target coupon & 1 mfg coupon.

Target policy:

"One manufacturer coupon (paper or Cartwheel digital), one Target coupon (mobile or paper), and one Cartwheel offer can be combined per item (unless otherwise noted on coupon). "

http://help.target.com/help/subca...pon+policy
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Terms of Target Coupon ($2):
- Item Coupon. Valid in store only. Limit 1 manufacturer and 1 Target coupon per item. Limit of 4 identical coupons per household, per day. etc. etc.

Terms of Manufacturer's Coupon ($5):
- LIMIT 1 COUPON PER PURCHASE of product indicated per transaction in the same shopping trip. etc. etc.

Based on my experience, this likely means you can buy up to 4 in a single transaction without an issue. Since the manufacturer's coupon says limit 1 per purchase of product, buying 2-4 in a single transaction is 2-4 purchases of the product. The Manufacturer's coupons have unique dot-scan barcodes on them. I've got 4 sets printed and will go with another family member and do 2 each. Thanks OP!

Too bad there's no Cartwheel to make it totally free Stick Out Tongue
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Any way to get the $5 coupon without having to install some 3rd party app on my computer?

Edit: If you do it from your phone you don't have to install the app.
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Quote from siryoink View Post :
Going tomorrow to try to get one, hopefully no issue since its 1 target coupon & 1 mfg coupon.
you can use 1 target and 1 manu. you can't use 2 maniu. or 2 target on same item tho
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Wow, cool, thanks.
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Any way to get around the phone number verification for the Coupons site?

EDIT: I presume the program they say you can install instead is safe?
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All, not to TC, but I've taken the whole cocktail of heartburn pills for the last 6-7 years due to SEVERE heartburn. I've taken Prevacid, Nexium, Zantac, Omeprazole, none have kept working as my body adjusted to each medicine and within 2 months the heartburn was back each time. I then found aloe vera juice off of a recommendation from a friend and I have literally had zero heartburn in the last 6 weeks since taking 4oz a day. Not only that, but my indigestion/digestion issues have gone away entirely. These pills have been shown to do long-term kidney damage and effect your body in a very negative manner. If you're interested in a natural remedy for heartburn/indigestion then I recommend you check out lily of the desert 99% aloe vera juice on Amaz*on. It WORKS, read the reviews and decide for yourself whether you want to try it.
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All, not to TC, but I've taken the whole cocktail of heartburn pills for the last 6-7 years due to SEVERE heartburn. I've taken Prevacid, Nexium, Zantac, Omeprazole, none have kept working as my body adjusted to each medicine and within 2 months the heartburn was back each time. I then found aloe vera juice off of a recommendation from a friend and I have literally had zero heartburn in the last 6 weeks since taking 4oz a day. Not only that, but my indigestion/digestion issues have gone away entirely. These pills have been shown to do long-term kidney damage and effect your body in a very negative manner. If you're interested in a natural remedy for heartburn/indigestion then I recommend you check out lily of the desert 99% aloe vera juice on Amaz*on. It WORKS, read the reviews and decide for yourself whether you want to try it.
Yes aloe vera works amazing but for diabetics it's high in sugar. You can buy big bottles at little Asian corner stores and also for on the spot heartburn most people don't know big red gum will eliminate heartburn. The cinnamon eliminates it. That is for a temporary fix tho
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