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Lego City Advent 60155 at Target B&M $17.99 after PM and coupon YMMV

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Just picked up the Lego City Advent calendar in store at Target for $17.99 after pricematch and coupon.

Target B&M price is $29.99
Match to Target.com $23.99 [target.com]
Apply 25% off Toy coupon (text TOY to Target (827438))
Final price $17.99 +tax

I went in only for the pricematch and the cashier actually automatically scanned a printed copy of the coupon for me. She even said "The fine print excludes Lego, but the system takes it anyway."

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Created 11-07-2017 at 07:52 AM by flobb
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That's a good deal for you and a serious YMMV for everyone else. If they PM the website, then they should not apply the coupon. In addition, the coupon terms exclude Lego.

So... yeah.
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Not worth the Huge YMMV effort to save $6.
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Not worth the Huge YMMV effort to save $6.
$30 - $18 is $6?
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$30 - $18 is $6?
24-18 is $6. You can buy online for $23.99 is I'm sure what they meant.
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That's a good deal for you and a serious YMMV for everyone else. If they PM the website, then they should not apply the coupon. In addition, the coupon terms exclude Lego.

So... yeah.
Does matching Target.com actually count as a "pricematch" tho? It's literally their price. I think a coupon should still be valid. But this coupon pretty specifically excludes LEGO so unless you get a rep who doesn't care, this isn't gonna happen.
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Does matching Target.com actually count as a "pricematch" tho? It's literally their price. I think a coupon should still be valid. But this coupon pretty specifically excludes LEGO so unless you get a rep who doesn't care, this isn't gonna happen.
Although, this brings up an interesting point. I'm half tempted to try to buy a Lego set at self checkout in store and scan the 25% off coupon. If the system is taking them at point of sale on lego.....that's a whole different ball of wax. It definitely doesn't work online (I tried).
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Although, this brings up an interesting point. I'm half tempted to try to buy a Lego set at self checkout in store and scan the 25% off coupon. If the system is taking them at point of sale on lego.....that's a whole different ball of wax. It definitely doesn't work online (I tried).
TBH, I half expected that to be the takeaway from my post. But whatever, haters gonna TD me and TU all the Walmart impossible clearance threads.
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TBH, I half expected that to be the takeaway from my post. But whatever, haters gonna TD me and TU all the Walmart impossible clearance threads.

Good job turning the deal. This is my kind of slickdeal.

BTW just found LEGO Nexo Knights The Three Brothers 70350 at my Walmart for 5 bucks. YMMV to all but me. LOL
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I work at target as a cashier. TBH its VERY ymmv. Don't get a person like me who really checks everything because I care about my job. Get someone with a paper name tag who's seasonal.
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I work at target as a cashier. TBH its VERY ymmv. Don't get a person like me who really checks everything because I care about my job. Get someone with a paper name tag who's seasonal.
Thanks for the advice. I will look for seasonal workers with paper nametags. BTW the system took the 25% coupon anyways according to the OP. So lighten up.
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Thanks for the advice. I will look for seasonal workers with paper nametags. BTW the system took the 25% coupon anyways according to the OP. So lighten up.
Then what I would do is get a toy that's really cheap and the Legos and then use the coupon. If it works either return the small toy or have them put it in their go backs.
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seasonal workers have name tags that say seasonal?
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