Target: Up and Up Facial Tissue $.49

If you are heading to Target this week to grab a great deal on Hefty Trash Bags you can also grab a deal on Up & Up Facial Tissue.

Up & Up Facial Tissues, $0.99
$0.50/1 Up & Up Facial Tissues Item Target printable
Final Price: $o.49 each

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Target: Up & Up Training Pants $8 Shipped

For those of you still in the Training Pants stage with your kids I know it gets crazy expensive.

Today on Target.com  you can get Up & Up Training Pants for $8 shipped.

They have them for boys and girls and sizes to choose from are 2T-3T or 3T-4T.

Remember that Target Daily Deals always have FREE shipping so you will not need to order a minimum amount.

Does anyone use these and have a recommendation?

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Target: Hefty Trash Bags $.10 Each

Have you printed the coupon yet for $1.00 off Hefty Waste Bags?

If you haven’t, print 2.

And then head to Target this week where if you buy 2 boxes of the bags you get a $5 gift card

Hefty Odor Block Trash Bags (100 Count), $12.49
$1/1 Hefty Trash Bags Coupon
Pay $22.95 and get a $5 Target Gift Card

Be sure to take your own reusable bag- then you get an extra $.05 off as well.

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Target: Scrubbing Bubbles Kitchen Cleaner $.99

Have you printed the coupon yet for $1.00 off Scrubbing Bubbles kitchen Cleaner?

If you haven’t you can print it now and head to Target for this deal:

Scrubbing Bubbles Kitchen Cleaner, $1.99 on Price Cut
(price may vary slightly by area)

$1/1 Scrubbing Bubbles Kitchen Cleaner
Final Price: 0.99 each after coupon!

And don’t forget to grab the DiGiorno pizza deal for the big game this weekend!

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Target: HOT DiGiorno Pizza and Soda Deal

I am so excited this coupon has popped up again: Buy 2 Large DIGIORNO Pizzas, Get any ONE free.

This week at Target (from 1/27 – 1/2) when you buy 2 DiGiorno Pizzas you get a FREE two liter of soda.

So with this new printable coupon you can grab this deal at Target:

Buy 3 DiGiorno Pizzas $4.50 each
Buy 1 2 Liter Bottle of Soda $1.79
Total = $13.50 (Soda will be FREE)
Use the Buy 2 Get 1 FREE Large Digiorno Pizza coupon found here or from the 1/27 Red Plum Insert
Final cost only $9 for all 4 items!

Thanks Hip 2 Save!

 

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Target: Totino’s Pizzas $.05 Each

I don’t think I have ever seen pizzas this cheap- even the small ones.

Right now at Target you can combine a coupon and a rebate to get Totino’s pizzas for $.05 each using this printable coupon and submitting a $5 rebate.

This price is a Price Cut so it will only last until 1/26.

Buy 5 Totino’s Party Pizzas $1.25
Use $1.00 off 5 Totino’s Crisp Crust Party Pizza
Submit for $5 Rebate 
Final Price : $.05 each when you buy 5

 

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$2/1 Neutrogena Item Coupon (Target and Walmart Deals)

There is a new coupon for $2.00 off any NEUTROGENA Cosmetics item.

There is nothing on it that says “Excludes Trial Sizes” so be sure to check in the travel sized bins at your favorite stores.

Deal at Walmart:
Buy (1) Neutrogena Makeup Remover Wipes, Travel Size, $1.97
Use $2.00 off any NEUTROGENA Cosmetics item
Final Price: FREE!!

Deal at Target:
Neutrogena Makeup Remover towelettes 25ct $4.49-$4.99 (regular price)
Use the $2.00 off any NEUTROGENA Cosmetics item
Stack with the the $1.50/1 Neutrogena Target store coupon found in the 1/6 Target insert
Final Price= $0.99!

Go ahead a print 2- this is a good deal!

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Target: KC Masterpiece BBQ Sauce $.55

Check your Ibotta!  (If you don’t understand that sentence click HERE).

Most users (including myself) have a coupon for $.75/1 KC Masterpiece BBQ Sauce.

KC Masterpiece BBQ Sauce-$1.30 (prices may vary slightly by area)
$0.75/1 KC Masterpiece Sauce or Marinade (Ibotta eCoupon)
Final Price: $0.55 after Ibotta eCoupon

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Target: Mossimo Gaucho Pants $8 Shipped

Every time I see these on sale I say  I am going to buy them because they look so comfortable and I see people in them out in public.

Right now on Target.com you can grab these Mossimo Gaucho Pants for $8 shipped.

The reviews say they run a little large so keep that in mind when you are purchasing.

There are 6 colors and various sizes available so see what you like!

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Target Continues Holiday Price Matching Policy In 2013

Imagine you are standing in Target.

You have checked out every camera in the store.  Looked through the lenses, checked out the size and weight and compared the specs.

Finally you have THE ONE.  You pull out your smart phone, find it on Amazon $5 cheaper and buy it right there by the electronics counter.  Two days later it’s on your front porch.

And Target loses a sale.

To counteract this Target has chosen to continue their holiday price matching policy on a permanent basis.  The company will now match online prices from retailers like Amazon.com, Wal-Mart and Best Buy.

Pros For You

Not having to wait for something to arrive at your house.

No risk or something being lost in the mail or an order cancelled.

Cons For You

Depending on what state you live you may not pay sales tax when you buy on Amazon so there could be a small price difference.

Heard some horror stories about people trying to get Target to price match during the holidays- some stores were great and some stores were a mess.

Price exclusions:

  •  “Marketplace” prices:  Price matched items must be sold by Walmart.com, Amazon.com, BestBuy.com, ToysRUs.com, or BabiesRUs.com; prices from third party sellers on these websites will not be honored.
  •  Prices that only display on a website after guests log in.
  •  Clearance, closeout, damaged product, refurbished, open packages or liquidation sales.
  •  Prices advertised only as a percent off or dollar off.
  •  Paid membership club or paid loyalty programs (e.g. prices that require a club or loyalty card that is associated with a membership fee).
  •  Buy one, get one if the retail price is not shown in the advertisement.
  •  Competitor coupon-required.
  •  Competitor price matches on items where Target or the competitor is offering a free gift card.
  •  Mail-in offers or instant rebates.
  •  Offers that include financing.

Ad exclusions:

  •  Items advertised as limited time/limited supply/limited quantity.
  •  Black Friday ads (including adjusting prices for previously purchased items).
  •  Pricing or typographical errors.

Item exclusions:

  •  Non-branded items (e.g., produce not marketed under a specific brand name).
  •  Product services (warranties, assembly, etc.).
  •  Target Portrait Studio, Optical and Clinic offers.
  •  Contract cell phone plans and devices.

So what do you think?  Will this change the way you shop?

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