Jan 122016

juicy juice

We’ve got a nice short-term offer this week on Juicy Juice with a B2G1 FREE deal that goes thru 1/16. There was a .55/1 in the 1-10 SSs for some of you as well to save even more…

Buy 3 Juicy Juice Boxes 8 pk fun size (PSA $2.52) = $7.56
-$2.52 (one will be FREE with B2G1 thru 1/16
-$1.10 (use two .55/1 Juicy Juice Product (excl. Juice Boxes 4 pk) 1-10 SS2 x2/29
= $3.94 for all 3. If your store allows a coupon on a sale freebie, use 1 more
-.55/1 Juicy Juice Product (excl. Juice Boxes 4 pk) 1-10 SS2 x2/29
= $3.39 for all 3 or $1.13 each after coupons and freebie

Buy 3 Juicy Juice Boxes 64 oz Bottles ($2.82) = $8.46
-$2.82 (one will be FREE with B2G1 thru 1/16
-$1.10 (use two .55/1 Juicy Juice Product (excl. Juice Boxes 4 pk) 1-10 SS2 x2/29
= $4.54 for all 3. If your store allows a coupon on a sale freebie, use 1 more
-.55/1 Juicy Juice Product (excl. Juice Boxes 4 pk) 1-10 SS2 x2/29
= $3.99 for all 3 or $1.33 each after coupons and freebie

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3 Responses to “B2G1 FREE Juicy Juice at Target = as low as $1.13”

  1. janice says:

    I did this (juice deal) today… but the cashier would let me only use one coupon because the coupon states” limit one coupon per purchase” she had the head guy come over and he said its a new deal with coupons for 2016…have you heard anything like this? Had any other problems? I haven’t done much with coupons this year since ive been doing so much with clearance…

  2. Kerry says:

    Hi Janice
    In September of last year, Target updated their FAQs to address this topic which is often misunderstood by cashiers. As far as I know- this has not changed.
    you can show them their own FAqs in the policy on your phone
    http://www.target.com/HelpContent?help=/sites/html/TargetOnline/help/promotions_sweepstakes_and_discounts/target_coupon_policy/target_coupon_policy.htmlhttp://www.target.com/HelpContent?help=/sites/html/TargetOnline/help/promotions_sweepstakes_and_discounts/target_coupon_policy/target_coupon_policy.html
    which states as follows

    What is the difference between “per purchase” and “per transaction” when using coupons?
    One coupon per purchase means you’re using one coupon per item being purchased. You can use multiples of the same coupon as long as each coupon has a matching item.

    One coupon per transaction means you can use only one specific coupon per store transaction. You can’t use more than one same coupon, even if you’re buying multiple items.

    hth

  3. Tatyana says:

    I never get these juice coupons :(

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