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162-Ct Tide Pods Laundry Detergent Pacs + $10 Target eGift Card EXPIRED

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Target has select 162-Count Tide Pods Laundry Detergent Pacs (Spring Meadow or Free & Gentle) + $10 Target eGift Card on sale for $34.20 when you follow the steps below. Select free store pickup where available. Thanks NightHound

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  1. Add a Quantity of 2 (you may mix & match) from the following for store pickup + Save the 15% Off Target Circle Offer on the product page (or save offer here)
  2. Proceed to cart
  3. Select the Subscribe to Save 5% option in cart
  4. Total will be $34.20 + $10 Target eGift Card w/ Free store pickup
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  • Offer expires June 6. -StrawMan86

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Target [target.com] has 162-Ct Tide Pods Laundry Detergent Pacs + $10 Target eGift Card on sale for $34.20 when you follow the steps below. Select free store pickup where available.

Note: Target subscriptions may be cancelled anytime after your order is picked up.
  1. Add a Quantity of 2 from the following for store pickup + Save the 15% Off Target Circle Offer on the product page
  2. Proceed to cart
  3. Select the Subscribe to Save 5% option in cart
  4. Total will be $34.20 + $10 Target Gift Card w/ Free store pickup
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Great deal, thanks for sharing!

For those not wanting to risk going in to a Target store today (ie if you live in a major metropolitan area), or if you don't want to deal with Target GC, Amazon has a couple of similar promotions on their 96-ct, including direct savings (instead of a Target GC):

Save $10.00 when you buy $35.00 of Clean Breeze and Spring Meadow pods:

https://www.amazon.com/Tide-Liqui...819&sr=8-6

https://www.amazon.com/Tide-Liqui...819&sr=8-5

20% extra savings on the first order of Free and Gentle pods:

https://www.amazon.com/Tide-Deter...819&sr=8-7

Plus the additional 5% for S&S, and don't forget to claim your $5 off $20 P&G rebate @ pgrebates.com

Edit: looks like user "Nighthound" decided to post about it without crediting me. https://slickdeals.net/f/14092625-96-ct-tide-pods-laundry-detergent-free-and-gentle-16-08-spring-meadow-2-for-30-74-more-w-s-s-free-s-h-w-prime-or-25?

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That's a score. Thx OP.
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I have been hesitant to use pods - do they work as well at cleaning? I know that they probably smell fine, but I'm more worried about the cleaning aspect. Any opinions?
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I have been hesitant to use pods - do they work as well at cleaning? I know that they probably smell fine, but I'm more worried about the cleaning aspect. Any opinions?
I've always seen better results with tide than any other detergent. Worth the extra coin in my opinion and I'm typically pretty cheap. Usually I'll buy whatever's cheap for colors and use tide for whites. The only crappy part about pods is that the junk they make the pod out of puts a film on your doors. I've heard nightmare stories but usually mine don't get too bad. Every once in a while I'll wipe them down with a random shirt or something as I'm throwing it in to be washed. Liquid does it a bit too but you can't find deals on granules anymore so what do you do? Good product though.
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Hmm, it doesn't give me an option to subscribe.
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Hmm, it doesn't give me an option to subscribe.
After you add it to the cart. It gives that option.
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In for a restock! Thank you!

Is the Subscription easy to cancel after I pick up my order?
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After you add it to the cart. It gives that option.
Thanks! I used the web browser instead of the app.
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I have been hesitant to use pods - do they work as well at cleaning? I know that they probably smell fine, but I'm more worried about the cleaning aspect. Any opinions?
Why would you want to use pods? It doesn't let you adjust how much detergent goes in the washer. In most cases, a pod is too much (it's more concentrated) detergent.

In most cases, I use far less detergent than is recommended (about half) and my clothes come out clean and without any detergent residue on them. If you have kids that tend to get really dirty - or maybe teenagers who get really sweaty, you might need to use more, but I'd always wash those clothes separately.
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Great deal, thanks for sharing!

For those not wanting to risk going in to a Target store today (ie if you live in a major metropolitan area), or if you don't want to deal with Target GC, Amazon has a couple of similar promotions on their 96-ct, including direct savings (instead of a Target GC):

Save $10.00 when you buy $35.00 of Clean Breeze and Spring Meadow pods:

https://www.amazon.com/Tide-Liqui...819&sr=8-6

https://www.amazon.com/Tide-Liqui...819&sr=8-5

20% extra savings on the first order of Free and Gentle pods:

https://www.amazon.com/Tide-Deter...819&sr=8-7

Plus the additional 5% for S&S, and don't forget to claim your $5 off $20 P&G rebate @ pgrebates.com

Edit: looks like user "Nighthound" decided to post about it without crediting me. https://slickdeals.net/f/14092625-96-ct-tide-pods-laundry-detergent-free-and-gentle-16-08-spring-meadow-2-for-30-74-more-w-s-s-free-s-h-w-prime-or-25?
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A new P&G rebate went live today! You can get a $15 gift card when you spend $50 on selected varieties of their products. If you only spend $20, you can still get a gift card worth $5! pgrebates.com
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Why would you want to use pods? It doesn't let you adjust how much detergent goes in the washer. In most cases, a pod is too much (it's more concentrated) detergent.

In most cases, I use far less detergent than is recommended (about half) and my clothes come out clean and without any detergent residue on them. If you have kids that tend to get really dirty - or maybe teenagers who get really sweaty, you might need to use more, but I'd always wash those clothes separately.
some of us don't care and would rather the convenience of tossing in a pod. we've used them a while now and never had "residue" on our clothes.
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Costco sells 168 counts for $35.49. after the math, I don't think this promotion is cheaper than Costco?
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Costco sells 168 counts for $35.49. after the math, I don't think this promotion is cheaper than Costco?
This is about a buck cheaper (6 fewer pods) and comes with a $10 gift card. So this is a better deal unless you can't dream up a use for Target gift card or are not a Costco member.
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