Jul 142010

There’s a high value Green Works coupon available to print. This coupon does not give a size restriction, so you can use it on it’s own, or you can pair it with the $3/1 Target Store Coupon and get $6 off the 90 oz size. Elizabeth in Austin, TX reports finding it for $9.99 at her store. I believe it was $11.99 the last time I priced it at my store, but maybe I will get a nice surprise too!

$3/1 Any Green Works Laundry Detergent HERE
$3/1 Green Works laundry detergent 90 oz. Target Coupon PRINT x9/12

-Thanks Pirates of the Supermarket!

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20 Responses to “$3/1 Green Works Laundry Detergent Coupon”

  1. elizabeth says:

    the 90oz is on a Price Cut for 9.99 at my austin, tx store- my store only carries the big one. I wish they had a smaller one…

  2. Melissa says:

    The 90 oz bottles are on sale for $9.99 at my local target…making them only $3.99 after stacked coupons! woohoo! Thanks for the link!!! 🙂

  3. crystal says:

    i bought this last time and i am going to buy them again cuz it’s such a good deal!
    the original scent smells so good.

  4. Julie says:

    My local grocery store has the 45 oz on price drop for 3.99. Yep, .99 cents for a bottle. Yippeeee.

  5. Nicolle says:

    Which location in Austin?!

  6. Kathryn says:

    Some meijer customers are having reports of these clearanced for 4.67 a bottle.

  7. elizabeth says:

    Nicolle: Target @ Four Points 620/2222 and the Cedar Park Super Target lakeline/183 happy hunting!

  8. enitnelav says:

    It was 11.99 at the New Hartford NY store last night.

  9. Kavi Ravi says:

    Great coupon! Thanks:)

    Can some of you please give me some input on this product? I have never bought these. I have always bought Tide and now I have Tide sport and Tide with Febreeze. I have also tried All 2x( blue bottle), I have liked all these scents.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. I live in Waco, TX and if anyone have spotted these on clearance at any store please let me know.

    Thanks in advance:)

  10. LadyE says:


    I am on my second bottle and really like the product. I have no complaints. It doesn’t have a strong scent, but my clothes still come out smelling fresh and clean. I use the Bounce Bar as well. I actually kicked myself for not grabbing more of the Greenworks while they were on clearance at Target. Looking forward to grabbing a couple more bottles with these new q’s, though. Hope this helps!

  11. Mary says:

    I bought this last week at my store (obviously I held out a long time with that last mf coupon) and there was only one left. I remember there was only that one on my previous week’s trip too so I am wondering if my Target may be discontinuing it. Regardless, it was a deal as that one happened to be the “free and clear” which I will have need of soon with a new baby. It was priced 11.99 for me, but still a good deal.

  12. LadyE says:

    Went to the Super Target in Pflugerville and to my shagrin they were reg price (13.99). I’ll be heading to Cedar Park in the am hoping to snag some 9.99 bottles.

  13. Meredith says:

    The $3 coupon from greenworks states “only one coupon per purchase on specified product”. Doesn’t that mean that you can’t stack the coupons? I would like to know before I go to the store and try to buy the product. I would like to be able to state my case especially if the cashier understands that statement to mean the same thing. Thanks for anybody’s advice!

  14. MelissaK says:

    Meredith – that means you can only use one manufacturer coupon. You can still stack it with the Target Q. HTH

    I picked a bottle of this up yesterday at the $11.99 price. ($5.99 after Q’s is still a good price IMO.) I’ll hang on to my other Q’s to see if the price drops further. I haven’t used it yet, but it smells really fresh.

  15. Gretchen says:

    $13.99 for the (only) Green Works at So Cal/Orange County Target. I’m too cheap to spend $8 on a bottle.

  16. LadyE says:

    Have been to two more Targets in the Austin area, one which Elizabeth metioned. That one I couldn’t even find the product and the other store had it for 11.99. Called a 3rd and they also said it was 11.99. Trying to decide if I should hold out for the 9.99….if it really exists.

  17. Stephanie J says:

    Having the same issue around Pflugerville/Austin, not sure if I should hold out for the $9.99 either! HEB sells a smaller one for $5.99 and if you use the $3 coupon…only $2.99 oop.

  18. LadyE says:

    Stephanie J: Thanks for the heads up on HEB. I know many of my $3 mane’s expire at the end of the month so I will use them one way or another. I have not seen signage for when the 11.99 price cut ends. Have you? It was a 30 min drive for me to get to the Cedar Park location with a not too happy 1 year old in the back seat, so I was annoyed when I couldn’t even find any on the shelf…let alone a price tag where they might have been. Not to mention I forgot all of my coupons trying to get out the door. I might as well have left my wallet. So annoying. So I guess it was a good thing they didn’t have any. Otherwise, I would be making a second trip back out there. 620/2222 is too far for me. They are probably wiped out as well. Oh well. Let me know if you find any. I’ll do the same.

  19. Stephanie J says:

    LadyE: No problem! My local Target is the Pflugerville Super Target. When I go this week, if they still have it posted at $13.99, I might go to the service counter and talked to them about the $9.99 price! The worst they can say is no. No signage for when the price cut ends. I have a 6 month old so my shopping trips have to be quick and easy 🙂 I’ll keep you posted.

  20. LadyE says:

    Stephanie: That’s my local Target, too! E-mail me directly. Would love to have a local Target buddy. [email protected]

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