RECAP SUNDAY 9/2//13
New Target Coupons
*snip*This is the coupon policy. I know I will be carrying it with my everytime.
although it still does say "We reserve the right to accept, refuse, or limit the use of any coupon." so i'm guessing technically any store can do whatever they want?
New TQs printing today:
Glade air care items $1off2 exp 10/19/13
Hormel crumbled bacon toppings 4.3-oz $1off 2 exp 10/26/13
Pledge multi-surface $1off2 select exp 10/19/13
Scrubbing Bubbles toilet cleaning $1 exp 10/19/13
Windex Touch Up kitchen cleaner 10-oz 75¢ exp 10/19/13
Ziploc bags 30-ct or larger $1off2 exp 10/19/13
got lucky tonight and got two shampoos and one conditioner (all 6.49) for 9.99 AC. She took off 6.49 on BOGO, in spite of wording, and $2 Q as well. It took the second one off without override and got a GC.
I just purchased six of the large clearance bottles at $5.51 each. Received two $10 Gift Cards. No Stylers on shelf and limited clearance bottles. Odd thing is...there were signs advertising the gift card that were not there at anytime last week.
Lego Goblin King Battle Set Deal
Dixie Perfect Touch Travel/togo Cups
Signs up and worked for me. Only the black labelled $4.99 stylers and large $6.49 (if not on clearance) ones work for the gc deal.
Sweet deal on Dixie PerfectTouch travel/to go cups. They're part of the 3/$8 sale on Dixie so $2.66 each.
Buy two packages of the cups:
Use two $1/1 Dixie PerfectTouch or Ultra Target coupon [target.com]
if your store allows
Use 1 $1/2 Dixie coupon [dixie.com]
(register on top right of page and they email you the Q)
Use 10% off Dixie Cartwheel
Final price, about $1 each! Regular price is $2.99 each I think.
My store had both the 12ct 16oz cups and the 12ct 12oz cups included in the sale.
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