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Heineken Beer 12 Pack for $7 After Two Rebates at Target B&M - YMMV Based on State

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Target is selling 12 packs of Heineken beer in bottles or cans for $15 with a $5 rebate -

Heineken 12 Pack Cans [target.com]

Heineken 12 Pack Bottles [target.com]

Note that you have to add the offer to the Target app on your cell phone and scan the barcode at checkout to get the $5 rebate. The rebate came within 30 minutes by email and I transferred the money to my PayPal account, but you also have the option to receive a virtual Visa gift card.

Obviously this will vary with state law and availability of beer in your local store. Per the terms on the Target website, the $5 rebate is limited to AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, IA, IL, KY, MA, MI, MN, NE, NM, NV, NY, OH, OR, SC, TN, VA, WA and WI. The rebate expires July 22nd, so act quickly.

There are also rebates on 12 packs of Heineken available on the Beermoney.pro website ($3 or $4 based on your state).

beermoney.pro [beermoney.pro]

Search for offer code hkn.heineken.com or offer code dutchoffer.heineken.com to see the $3 and $4 rebates. Note that these rebates are also restricted by state so be sure to check your state qualifies for a rebate. For the $3 rebate, I just had to take a photo of the Target receipt.

If you want to buy beer at another store, there is also a $5 rebate on the BYBE website that's good until 7/31 -

BYBE.com [bybeapp.com]

This rebate is restricted to AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, IL, KY, MA, MI, NM, NV, NY, OH, SC, TN, VA and WI. I don't think you can combine this third rebate with the Target rebate because the Target rebate is handled by BYBE.com.


I've posted several beer deals recently that use multiple rebates and I've gotten all the rebates very quickly.
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Frank Booth is not a fan of this deal.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snhiofL2Rh4
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I've been eyeing these deals. I even saw a $15 money back if you get gas too.
It doesn't have to be from the same retailers or on the same receipt.

https://gas.heineken.com/en/gate
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Everybody loves beer deals. Prices have gotten so outrageous is why.

So fight back by making your own. Better taste, quality, variety of flavor, and much lower cost. ... Erm, not to be used as an excuse to drink more.
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Agreed. Beer has got crazy expensive, and this was happening before Covid. $10+ for a six pack seems to be the going rate and I personally won't pay that.

I used to make my own beer and it's a lot of hassle.,, or at least it was back then. Lots of sterilization, and setting up secondary fermentation was like building an H-bomb.

When I have to have beer now I either buy Miller Highlife at $10 for 12 bottles, or I buy a box of 24 of some brand from Costco.

As for Heineken. I never liked this beer. It's too hoppy for me.
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Agreed. Beer has got crazy expensive, and this was happening before Covid. $10+ for a six pack seems to be the going rate and I personally won't pay that.

I used to make my own beer and it's a lot of hassle.,, or at least it was back then. Lots of sterilization, and setting up secondary fermentation was like building an H-bomb.

When I have to have beer now I either buy Miller Highlife at $10 for 12 bottles, or I buy a box of 24 of some brand from Costco.

As for Heineken. I never liked this beer. It's too hoppy for me.
Extract Brewing is about the easiest thing you can do. Here is a quick and dirty run down of how it's all done.

1. Bring water to boil.
2. Add extract
3. Return to boil.
4 Add hops to water (called wort now)
5. Chill wort.
6. Add to fermentor with yeast.
7. Wait 10 days or so.
8. Bottle.
9. Wait 10 more days or so.
10. Enjoy.

More detailed instructions [homebrewersassociation.org].

Of course popping a can or using a bottle opener on pre-made stuff is alot easier. Big Grin

As for popular priced mega beer brands, avoid!

Cheers,
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Quote from MadPup :
Agreed. Beer has got crazy expensive, and this was happening before Covid. $10+ for a six pack seems to be the going rate and I personally won't pay that.

I used to make my own beer and it's a lot of hassle.,, or at least it was back then. Lots of sterilization, and setting up secondary fermentation was like building an H-bomb.

When I have to have beer now I either buy Miller Highlife at $10 for 12 bottles, or I buy a box of 24 of some brand from Costco.

As for Heineken. I never liked this beer. It's too hoppy for me.
Miller high life baby! The champagne of beers. We've got a factory a few miles away, so we have to show pride even though it tastes like Pabst and will give you a belly overnight
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Seems like a good deal for those that like Heineken. With prices of beer so high it makes me happy that I gave up drinking. My wallet and my health have both benefited. Best Slick Deal ever.
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So I see $34.18 total with can /glass both and I assume if I get two $5 rebates still paying $24.18

Two packs not one
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So I see $34.18 total with can/glass both and I assume if I get two $5 rebates still paying $24.18
Woah, which state charges $34.18 for a 12pack? That seems like highway robbery. $15.99 here in Orlando, FL before rebate.
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Woah, which state charges $34.18 for a 12pack? That seems like highway robbery. $15.99 here in Orlando, FL before rebate.
One can and one glass 15 each
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One can and one glass 15 each
Ah, nevermind, I read that too fast. I'll walk myself out...

I'm assuming you won't be able to double dip on this one.

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Quote from MadPup :
Agreed. Beer has got crazy expensive, and this was happening before Covid. $10+ for a six pack seems to be the going rate and I personally won't pay that.

I used to make my own beer and it's a lot of hassle.,, or at least it was back then. Lots of sterilization, and setting up secondary fermentation was like building an H-bomb.

When I have to have beer now I either buy Miller Highlife at $10 for 12 bottles, or I buy a box of 24 of some brand from Costco.

As for Heineken. I never liked this beer. It's too hoppy for me.
I pay $10 for a six pack and I paid that before COVID-19 too. Just buy good beer with a high ABV and it's still a good deal.

Six craft beers with a 9% ABV for $11 is still a better deal than a sixer of 4.5% lager for $6.
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I had trouble finding the Target offer.
I looked in Circle offers but it wasn't there.
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