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Target offers $15 Off $50 on Select Household Essentials (discount taken at checkout). Shipping is free (also you may select Subscribe to save 5%), otherwise select free store pickup where available. Thanks persian_mafia

Categories: Target Stores [Store Locator] also offers $15 Off on purchases of $50 or more on Select Household Essentials via mobile coupon when you text CLEAN to TARGET (827438).
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***8/12 - 8/18***

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$15 off $50 automatically applies in cart once the total reaches $50.

Find this coupon in Target app or text CLEAN to TARGET (827438) --> Valid starting 8/12

Select Household Items Include: Household Paper Products, Household Cleaning and Tools, Disposable Food Storage, Laundry Care, Dish Care, Trash Bags, Pest Control & Air Fresheners

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That's because it's not live yet. OP said it in 3 different areas in description Valid starting 8/12. If you count the title that's 4
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It's not cost effective. There are many other reasons for not buying in bulk. Sometimes people simply don't have space for bulk buys. (Live in a smaller apartment due to living in a large city) Or it is just more convenient for them to buy in small portions as what they buy will last them a long time anyways.
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That's because it's not live yet. OP said it in 3 different areas in description Valid starting 8/12. If you count the title that's 4
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Can this be combined with the Google Express 25% coupon from T-Mobile Tuesdays?
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Can this be combined with the Google Express 25% coupon from T-Mobile Tuesdays?
A lot of items on google express are jacked up by 25% or more. Their coupons are worthless and are just a marketing tool to get people to check out google express.
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A lot of items on google express are jacked up by 25% or more. Their coupons are worthless and are just a marketing tool to get people to check out google express.
I agree, I had that same bad experience. I wasted at least a few hours trying to find good deals by combining big coupons. I think to find a good deal on Google express it has to be like a front page post a thing on slickdeals. These target deals on the other hand have always worked out really well for me!
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I enjoy Target shopping as much as the next person but I always wondered how buying household supplies from Target was more cost-effective than buying in bulk from Costco or Sam's.

For a household of four, we go through a decent amount of toilet paper and bathroom cleaner and toilet bowl cleaner and Lysol wipes. We all clean our own bathrooms every 2 days or so and that's just bathroom supplies. Paper towels for the kitchen and napkins and Swiffer wipes for the floor get used a bit too.

So I'm sure this works for enough people that SD threads about Target supplies sales are popular and I'm sure people are saving a good bit of money, especially with the GC.

I just wanted to know how people were doing this when supplies from these warehouses are still cheaper.
It's not cost effective. There are many other reasons for not buying in bulk. Sometimes people simply don't have space for bulk buys. (Live in a smaller apartment due to living in a large city) Or it is just more convenient for them to buy in small portions as what they buy will last them a long time anyways.
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It's not cost effective. There are many other reasons for not buying in bulk. Sometimes people simply don't have space for bulk buys. (Live in a smaller apartment due to living in a large city) Or it is just more convenient for them to buy in small portions as what they buy will last them a long time anyways.
^^^ This and I do not have Costco membership.
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Any coupon codes to stack like the last glitch?
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Any coupon codes to stack like the last glitch?
If so I'm definitely going to target tomorrow to watch people wheeling out pallets of TP.
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Costco is like Walmart these days, full of rednecks with attitudes ready to pick a fight with you if you're in their way. Not really a family environment and not worth the money saved.

One thing I learned is money buys class. I'd rather spend more money buying household stuff from Target if the cashiers are friendlier and the customers are polite.
Wierd mine is usually 70% Indian
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