Target Freebies ending 5/9

by Sami

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target May10_09

So what you see here are:
13 Bags of Chex Mix
4 Hershey Bliss Chocolate Bars
(ALL the above were totally free)
4 Kraft Easy Mac Singles
4 Boxes of Quaker True Delights Raspberry Chocolate Granola Bars
3 Small Cans of Pringles
= $2 + tax (which still came to under $3)

Click here to go to Money Saving Mom to print out your coupons and see the match-ups. I’ve also heard you can print Target coupons directly on their terminals by customer service used to look up registry items.

*Remember, because of geographical differences in coupon distribution, your newspaper inserts may not match up with what is listed online.  However, anything that is a Target printable will be accessible. Fun freebies!

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Florence May 15, 2009 - 9:15 am

I’m just curious how you got so many Chex Mix and Hershey bars (and other multiples) I went to Target yesterday and tried to do the same thing, but I could only use ONE Target coupon for one item per transaction. so, I tried to get 6 Hershey Bliss with 6 target coupons. I could only buy one. So, how are you getting all these multiples? Are you using manufacturer’s coupons?

Sami May 15, 2009 - 9:02 pm

I’ve had a lot of questions about buying multiples at Target. I’ve never had an issue with it (yet), though I know a lot of you have. Typically, when a coupon says “one per transaction”, I literally break it up into mutiple transactions (put those bars between items on the conveyor belt or whatever works). Usually, the cashier will just want you to do it all at once instead of go through the hassle. With the Publix penny item, I literally have to break it up into $10 increments and I walk out of the store with four or five receipts – really it’s up to the discretion of who you’re dealing with, so you want to follow the rules of the coupon.
Of course, when it comes to triple coupons and events like that, they limit you to 20 coupons per DAY, and you want to be sure to honor that rule.
Does that help?

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