Jun 162013

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So here’s a nice unadvertised gift card deal that some of you may be able to find at your stores. Kelley found an offer for a FREE $5 Gift Card wyb 5 Select Pepperidge Farm Milano Slices or Melts Cookies ($2.69 – $2.99) or Pepperidge Farm Baked Naturals Crackers ($2.99) thru 6/29.

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While there are no coupons that I know of at the moment, if you find this deal at your stores, we do have some pretty hefty Target Cartwheel Offers to make for a very nice deal after cartwheel & gift card…

DEAL IDEA: Buy 4 Milano Slices (PSA $2.69) & 1 Baked Naturals ($2.99) = $13.75
-$3.22 (use 30% Off Pepperidge Farms Milano Melts & Slices Target Cartwheel x7/6
-.59 (use 20% Off Pepperidge Farm Baked Naturals Crackers ETS Target Cartwheel x7/6
= $9.94 - $5 Gift Card Back for buying 5
= $4.94 for 5 or around 99 cents each!

NOT FAMILIAR WITH TARGET CARTWHEEL? This savings program introduced by Target allows you to save even more when shopping in-store. Even better- these offers can be used with Target Coupons AND Manufacturer coupons for up to a triple stack! You can see my post HERE to help get you started.

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6 Responses to “Target: Pepperidge Farm Cookies & Crackers for 99¢”

  1. Wendi S says:

    Why couldn’t you get just 5 cookies? Is there a cartwheel restriction? Great deal either way!

  2. Wendi S says:

    I read the cartwheel post and see you can use it on 4 items in a transaction,

  3. Donna says:

    Can you use the cartwheel coupon again in another transaction if you have already done the transaction that was laid out above?

  4. Elle says:

    I used the cartwheel and paid around 13 dollars for the 5 items, I got my giftcard and tried to roll that over to second transaction but I was told I could not use the giftcard right away for my second transaction. I was pretty bummed out that I could not use my gift card towards my second transaction. :(

  5. Donna says:

    Elle – I have some cashiers said that to me too. So what I did was walk out and put the stuffs in my car and walk back in and use another cashier (that is, when they are busy and your first cashier won’t notice that you are back). Or sometimes on weekends, I will give the GC to my hubby to do a transaction.

  6. Elizabeth says:

    What the heck?! No cashier should tell you what your payment will be. Unless you are trying to get the same deal then they can limit you I think, but otherwise I would tell them to call the manager. You shouldn’t have to go to another cashier or walk out of the store that is ridiculous!!!

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