Sep 292013

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Target is once AGAIN offering a FREE $5 Gift Card wyb 2 select Advil products on a short-term, unadvertised Gift Card deal thru 10/5. This time around it is mostly very large, value size packages. However, the Children’s Advil is included with prices starting at $4.99 and this time the Advil Film Coated 40 ct Tablets are included at $5.99. Here’s a couple deal ideas for you…

DEAL IDEA: Buy 2 Advil Film Coated Tablets 40 ct ($5.99) = $11.98
-$1/1 Advil Pain Relief Coated Tablets 40 or 80 ct. Target Coupon x10/12
-$1/1 Advil Adult Pain Relief 40 ct+ Target Mobile Coupon (text LUNCHBAG to 827438) x10/16
-.99 (use 10% Off Advil Pain Relievers (excl. childrens) Target Cartwheel x11/2
-$3.00 (use two $1.50 off when you buy any Advil Film Coated Tablets or Caplets
=$5.99 - $5 Gift Card Back for buying 2 thru 10/5
= .99 for 2 or .50 each after coupons & gift card

Some of you may also have the $2/1 Advil Film Coated Tablets or Caplets 20ct+ 9-29-13 RP x11/24 which will make them FREE when you use 2 coupons! -Thanks Vanesa!

DEAL IDEA: Buy 2 Children’s Advil 4 oz or 24 ct Caplets ($4.99) = $9.98
-.99 (use 10% Off Advil Children’s Fever Reducer Target Cartwheel x11/2
-$3.00 (use two -$1.50/1 Children’s Advil Product – Facebook Coupon
=$5.99 – $5 Gift Card Back for buying 2 thru 10/5
= .99 for 2 or .50 cents each after coupons, cartwheel & gift card

Some of you may also have the $3/2 Robitussin cough/cold relief or Advil Pain Relief  ETS from the Target Pharmacy Mailer x11/27 and the $6 MIR wyb 3 Select Pfizer Products (Advil Included) 8-25-13 RP x10/26 to make these deals even better. Keep in mind if you are doing the rebate you will need to buy your products in one transaction, but if you buy 4 you will get 2 gift cards.

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16 Responses to “Target: Great Deals on Advil Film Coated & Children’s”

  1. Joanna says:

    I received a $2 off film coated Advil coupon in today’s RP. If I use 2 of those in addition with the TQ’s and cartwheel will the register still prompt my gc since it’s under $5. Also I don’t see anywhere on the rebate that the 3 products have to be purchased in 1 transaction unless I’m missing something??

  2. Heather H says:

    From my experience, the register will beep at one of your coupons since it brings the deal below the value of the $5 giftcard. It is up to the cashier if they want to push it through.

  3. Karen says:

    Do we still qualify for the MIR if we purchase the items in different transactions?

  4. Heather H says:

    I sent my rebate in about a month ago, but haven’t received my refund yet. I did not purchase all my items in one transaction b/c I didn’t see that it said to on the rebate form.

  5. Nell says:

    My children’s Advil 4 oz rang up at $5.69 each today. I didn’t notice it until I got home. Was the $4.99 an advertised price?

  6. allison says:

    How many Rebates can I submit?

  7. CharlieC says:

    I use the best coupon clipping site, Klip2save.com; I ordered the $2/1 advil on wednesday and received them on Saturday, allowing me to use them on this deal when the $3.49 advil’s were still included. I ordered 12 of the coupons and did the transaction 3 times, getting 4 Advil in each transaction and paying $4.56 each time while receiving two $5 gift cards for each transaction. It’s awesome when you can get coupons before they even arrive in the Sunday paper. Use the site they advertise for on this site as well but, for getting coupons the earliest possible date, I’ve found my place.

    You can submit 1 rebate per address. I don’t remember if they said anything about needing to be purchased on one receipt but, for some reason, I have a feeling that they did need to be. Someone correct me if I’m wrong. The register will not beep at your coupon because it brings what you’re paying down lower than the value of the giftcard you get back. Remember, because you will pay tax on the Advil, you won’t actually be getting them for free; the tax will push your $4.98 up over $5, if using the $2/1 coupon. Even if you were able to do what I did with the deal on Saturday, it won’t beep at you either. The only thing is, if you have a target redcard, you will not get 5% off if you are paying less than the giftcards they are giving you.

  8. Heidi G says:

    The $2/1 Advil coupon was for the new film coated tablets/caplets, not the $3.49 Advil that was included last week.

  9. Kerry says:

    HI Nell- prices can vary by region- but I noticed at my store it depends upon which type you buy. they started at 4.99 for the caplets for me- may have been higher for syrup etc. This was an unadvertised deal- not in the ad. hth

  10. Cynthia says:

    Is there a limit on how many gift card deals you can purchase? I want to get the charmin deal and a few other deals that give gift cards.

  11. Kerry says:

    Hi Cynthia- you can receive more than one gift card in a transaction. EVerytime you purchase the qualifying items the register will stop and prompt for the cashier to award you the gift card. hth

  12. ozi says:

    Do u know when the sale ends

  13. Kerry says:

    short term ozi tru 10/5.

  14. CharlieC says:

    You may also notice peelie coupons on the Advil PM for a whooping $3 off 1 coupon. While this isn’t included in this deal, if you see them, you should grab some for a future possible sale or GC deal; they do not expire until July 2015!!!!!! so you have a couple YEARS for a deal to come up lol.

  15. Amy Musser says:

    The children’s Advil must only include certain flavors of the 4oz liquid items. I tried to get the dye free white grape…no gift card. The customer service employee could not explain it to me or give me the gift card but the sign only said 4oz liquid Advil…no flavors specified.

  16. Samantha Oliver says:

    Truthfully, I would’ve fought for the gift card for the dye free, esp since it wasn’t stated on there. False advertisement, is what I’d say. Politely ask why they wouldn’t allow for a gift card if there are no specified flavors on the sign. If you push, they shouldn’t have an issue with it. I am always extremely polite about it, but truth be told that $5 helps when you are on a very limited budget!

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