Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Tylenol is priced at $2.99
Register HERE to get a $2 off coupon
Then use the $1.50/1 in the March Coupon book
Final Price: FREE

If you need Kleenex you can also get a great deal this week.
They are on sale Buy One Get One Free this week at $1.99.
If you buy 6, you get a $3 Register Reward (unadvertised month long deal!)
Use (2) of the .50/3 coupons HERE
And your final price is $1.97 for 6 or .33 per box!

Thai Kitchen Coconut Milk $1.42
Use $1/1 HERE
Final Price: .42

Thai Kitchen Noodles $2
Use $1/1 HERE
Final Price: $1

Prego Heart Smart Pasta sauce $1.92
Use $1/1 from 2/7 SS
Final Price: .92

Crisco Cooking Spray $1.98
Use .55/1 HERE
Final Price: $1.43

Rhodes Dinner Rolls $2.08
Use $1/1 HERE
Final Price: $1.08

Bagged Easter Candy $2
Use $1/2 HERE
Final Price: $1.50 each

Kotex 16 ct Liners $1
Use $1/1 HERE (63366)
Final Price: FREE

Yo Plus 4pk Yogurt $2
Use $1/1 HERE
Final Price: $1
Toaster Strudels $1.67
Use .55/2 HERE
Final Price: $1.40

Gold Medal 5lb Flour $2.12
Use .75/1 HERE
Final Price: $1.37

Quaker Oatmeal Canisters $1.98
Use $1/1 HERE
Final Price: .98

Folgers Black Silk Coffee $6.82
Use $1/1 HERE
Final Price: $5.82

Wheaties Fuel Cereal $2.44
Use .75/1 HERE
Final Price: $1.69

Huggies Wipes Tubs $2.37
Use .75/1 HERE
Final Price: $1.62

Thanks, My frugal Adventures!


Huggies are buy one, get one 50% off this week (includes MEGA Packs ONLY) .

If you printed out these Huggies coupons, here is the deal you can use:
Buy (2) Huggies Diapers $19.99 & 9.99

(Rite Aid only allows one like Video Values Coupon per transaction)
$18.98 or $9.49 each

Need Pullups?
Buy (2) Huggies Pull-Ups $19.99 and $9.99
(2) $2.00/1 Pull Ups coupons
*note you can earn 2 separate Pullups coupons
$8.49 after coupons


This is from Totally Target's blog and I thought it important that we all know it!!!

For all of us who have been couponing for a while- I think it is easy to lose sight of how confused some of us were when we started out. I know I was, & I know there are so many newbies jumping in every day. This post is for those who may be confused about the difference between Store Coupons and Manufacturer Coupons. This post is also to those of you who are frustrated that your store is not allowing you to use coupons how I have them listed in my deals- so if either of these topics interest you, please read on.
This example is of a Target Store Coupon. Many newbies see that Bullseye logo and automatically think it is a Target Coupon when truly what you should be looking at is a box that almost always appears at the top of any coupon- wether it be an MQ (manufacturer’s coupon) or a TQ (Target store coupon). When it is a Target Store coupon- it will read Target Web Coupon or Target Store Coupon or Target Coupon.
This is an example of a manufacturer’s coupon. Yes, it does have the Target logo on it- but if you reference that same black box at the top- it says Manufacturer’s Coupon. It can also sometimes say MFR Coupon which is also a Manufacturer’s coupon. My advice would be to leave the logo out of the equation and focus on the box.
If you notice on the MQ shown above- it has the wording www. target.com toward the upper right hand corner of the coupon. This wording is also now gone from the new MQs available on the Target site. I have a sneaking suspicion that Target will continue this- as there are many MQs redeemed as Target Qs. I like to think that most of that is unintentional and due to the confusion that having things like “target.com” and their bullseye logo on an MQ causes.
I also know how confusing it is to have both manufacturer coupons and store coupons up on the Target.com web site together. If you reference the Target Coupons Page (use the tab on the top of my site to get there)- you will notice that they are all grouped into MQs and TQs. I also always list the Target Store Coupons in red and manufacturer’s coupons in blue.
I also want to take an opportunity to let you all know that I am just as frustrated as you are about the troubles some of you are having using coupons at Target. While I wish I could help each one of you get to the bottom of it or respond to each e-mail or comment I get, it truly just isn’t feasable and I have to accept that and hope you can understand. I can only offer you the same advice I have offered in many posts before- and that is to call corporate if you can’t work it out with your store. I can’t guarantee that will work either.


GE Reveal Light Bulbs 4 pk $2

- $1/2 GE Light Bulbs Coupon (1/3 SS)

= Free

Dannon Nutri-Day Yogurt 4 pk $1

- $1/1 Peelie Coupon on package

= Free

(Thanks, Coupon Gal!)

Del Monte Fruit Chillers $1.83

= 83¢

Gillette Fusion Razor 1 ct. $4.99

- $4/1 Gillette Razor Coupon (2/7 P&G)

= 99¢

Kashi Cereal – Heart to Heart or GoLean Crisp Toasted Berry Crumble $2.88

or HERE=

$1.38 ea.

California Pizza Kitchen Single Serve Pizza $2.50

= $1.50

Kashi Snacks – Oatmeal Dark Chocolate Cookies, Trail Mix Bars, select others $2.59,

Buy 4 select Kashi snacks, get 1 FREE

= $1.77 ea.

California Pizza Kitchen 9-12? Pizza $5

= $4
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