There are quite a few Target coupons that have reset up on the Target site this morning. Even if you have printed these in the past you should be able to print them again since they all have a new expiration date. Here is what I see that has reset along with any current matchups I could find.
If you’ve ever wondered how you can tell the Target Coupons from Manufacturer’s coupons before you print you can check out my post HERE. And for a matchup of all current Target Coupons available right now- you can always view my Target Coupon Page.
EXPIRES JULY 4, 2012
$40/1 Banzai Sidewinder Blast inflatable Waterslide Splash Pool Target Web Coupon x7/4
$2/1 C9 by Champion Apparel $8 + (excl socks & access) Target Web Coupon x7/4
$2/1 Crayola Colored Bubbles Launcher or Machine Target Web Coupon x7/4
$1.50/1 Kids Made Modern Item $9.99 or higher Target Web Coupon x7/4
15% off Kids Apparel Item Target Web Coupon x7/4
20% Off Kids Spritz Partyware Target Web Coupon x7/4
.75/1 Kraft string cheese 9- to 24-oz. Target Web Coupon x7/4
.75/1 Kraft Easy Mac cups 4-pk. Target Web Coupon x7/4
$3/1 Speedo swim product $15 or higher Target Web Coupon x7/4
.50/1 Nabisco single-serve snacks 12-pk. Target Web Coupon x7/4
-$1/2 Nabisco Cookies or Crackers on SmartSource
$1/2 Swedish Fish or Sour Patch 8-oz. candy Target Web Coupon x7/4
-$1/2 Sour Patch, Swedish Fish Soft & Chewy Candy 7 oz+ 5-13-12 SS x7/8
$1/1 Banana Boat Sunscreen Item ETS Target Web Coupon x7/4*
*Sport Performance Cool Zone SPF 30, Sport Performance SPF 50, Kids SPF 50
-$1/1 Banana Boat Sun Care (excl lip & ETS) HERE
EXPIRES JULY 7, 2012
.75/1 Yoplait Greek With Granola 2-pk. (Void in CA, NV, LA, TN, & ND) Target Web Coupon x7/7
.75/1 Yoplait Light with Granola 2-pk. (Void in CA, NV, LA, TN, & ND)Target Web Coupon x7/7
.75/1 Yoplait Greek yogurt 4-pk.(Void in CA, NV, LA, TN, & ND) Target Web Coupon x7/7
-.50/2 Yoplait Greek Yogurts 6-10-12 SS x8/4
.75/2 Yoplait Simply Go-Gurt yogurt snacks 8-pk. Target Web Coupon x7/7
-.75/2 Yoplait Go-Gurt, Kids Cup, Trix or Splitz Yogurt 6-10-12 SS x8/4
-.75 off 2 Yoplait Kid products (Void in CA, NV, LA, TN, & ND)
.50/3 Yoplait lactose-free yogurts (Void in CA, NV, LA, TN, & ND) Target Web Coupon x7/7
-.50/8 Yoplait Cups 6-10-12 SS x8/4
-.50/8 Yoplait (Void in CA, NV, LA, TN, & ND)
EXPIRES JULY 14, 2012
$1/2 Oscar Mayer Lunchables items Target Web Coupon x7/14
-$1/2 Oscar Mayer Lunchables with Fruit or Snacks Duos 5-6-12 SS x6/30
-$1/2 Oscar Mayer Lunchables with Fruit
EXPIRES JULY 21, 2012
$5/1 Brita Versatiles Turquoise, or Bubbles Black or Blue Pitcher Target Web Coupon x7/21
Just a reminder that this deal ends today, June 20th at midnight…
Enjoy the City books offer big savings in local metro areas across the United States and if you are not familiar with them, they contain some great coupons for entertainment, dining out and even in some cases grocery store coupons. For example my Tampa book contains four $5 Off a $30+ Purchase at Winn Dixie Coupons.
And right now you can use the code TOTALLY to get 10 books for $40 and FREE shipping for a total of 80% Off the regular price. That will make them just $4 a book (they usually sell for $20 each!). What is extra nice about ordering these books is that when you visit the web site, you can see EXACTLY what will be in each book before you buy, which will definitely tell you whether it is worth it for you or not. In my area- a miniature golf center we go to often was included- and the B1G1 FREE Game coupons will more than pay for my books alone. But there was lots more in there I would use and it is SO nice to see exactly what I’ll be getting.
Even if you don’t think you will use 10, consider going in with a friend, or they would make great gifts for teachers and others and you should be able to order a combination of different books from different cities as long as you order 10. So head over HERE and check out what they have to offer if they have one in your city. Just click on “Buy a Book” and then click on your area’s book to view what offers are included in it. If you like what you see, you can add 10 to your cart, and use the code TOTALLY to watch your price drop from $200 to $40 with FREE shipping! This Offer is valid thru 6/20 only.
Nivea is giving out a FREE Lip Care Product to the first 150,000 people who upload a photo showing a PDA (public display of affection). Just go HERE and like them and then click on the PDA Lip Giveaway tab and upload your photo.
The site is experiencing heavy traffic right now, but with a little patience- hopefully you will be able to get one of these great freebies! You will receive an email confirmation that your coupon is being mailed if you are one of the first 150,000!
- Thanks for the heads up Kellie!
Here’s the Daily Deals up on Target.com today. As always- Daily Deals Ship FREE, plus you can go through ShopAtHome.com who is offering 5% Cash Back today or go thru EBATES who is offering 2% Cash Back on Target.com purchases.
*Beach Towels $4.89 – $20.99
In addition to the Beach Towels on the Daily Deal which start at $4.89 & ship FREE, If you have a REDcard for FREE Shipping on anything- Target.com is also offering 30% Off on all their Beach Towels today.
*Rolston Wicker Planter with Metal Liner $31.99
*South Hampton Storage Trunk – Black $79.99
*Glass Accent Table – 25.25″ $66.99
*Casual Home Paper Rope Storage Basket -Large $19.99
And if you use your Target REDcard (Credit OR DEBIT card) you will get an additional 5% Off your purchases. And if you are new to ShopAtHome.com you can earn a $5 bonus for signing up, and if you go through EBATES, you will also get a $10 Gift Card to your choice of Target or other popular stores as a bonus in your account for signing up if you spend $25 in one transaction within 30 days.
$1/2 Ball Park Hot Dogs Coupon (Like them on Facebook)
$1.00 off on purchase of any GE Energy Smart Bright From the Start CFL Lighting Product
.75/1 All laundry Detergent 24 Load+ on Facebook
$1.50 off Sara Lee pre-sliced meat
.65/3 Gerber Nature Select 100% Juice 32 oz on Facebook
$2.00 off Any VEET Product
$1.50/2 Burt’s Bees Lip Shimmers (Available Again)
$1/3 American Greeting Cards excl cards .99 cents or less x8/17*
*There are a couple of Target Coupons you can stack with….
$1/3 Greeting Cards excl cards under $1 Target Web Coupon x7/14
$2/3 Greeting Cards excl cards under $1 Target Mobile Coupon x6/22
NEW TARGET COUPON
$4/2 OFF! Insect Repellant AND Select Fiskars Target Web Coupon x7/30*
*Fiskars Hedge Shears or UltraBlade Hand Bypass Pruner
Febreze is celebrating having 1 million fans by giving away FREE Febreze Set & Refresh while supplies last.
You will just need to go HERE and fill out a short form – you may need to hit the tab button if you can’t scroll down the screen. I got the message they were all gone in Firefox, but I switched to IE and pulled up the form just fine.
- Thanks Drugstore Divas!
There’s a great new coupon available to print for $1/1 Mott’s for Tots Juice. It is valid on the 8-packs or the 64 oz bottle. This is a very rare coupon so print it quick while it lasts.
This is great timing for a nice Special Purchase Deal that some of you may be able to find at your stores for a FREE 6 oz Bag of Goldfish wyb 3 Bottles if Mott’s 64 oz Juice at $2.34 thru 7/7. Each bottle of Juice would be $1.34 after this coupon, and if you buy 3 – you get a bag of Goldfish will be FREE.
Even if you don’t find the sale or special offer at your stores, Mott’s Juice sells for around $2.49 – $2.69 regular at Target, so a nice deal after this $1/1 coupon!
-Thanks for the coupon to Valerie & to Deal Detecting Diva!
The $1/1 Any Gud Product by Burt’s Bees has reset if you can use more prints. You can switch to zip 90210 if it does not come up automatically clipped for you. You can print it twice and stack two of them with the Regional $1/2 Gud from Burt’s Bees Target Coupon 4-29-12 SS x10/1 if you got it. The Gud products are all on price cut at Target thru 7/7 right now too averaging around 10% Off regular price.
Reading the comments on my post yesterday about the changes in the Target Coupon Policy, I see that many of you feel it is fair and others not so much. Personally I can live with the changes and understand why they are happening.
While I think the majority of couponers are looking to save on their grocery bill and household expenses and build a modest stockpile while playing by the rules, there are those who completely stop at nothing and commit coupon fraud as a way of life. They are out there, and stores have to do what they see as fit to try and stop the losses they are experiencing.
It makes me think of a story a friend of mine told me. She was shocked when a cashier friend of hers had told her about a woman who put eggs, milk & bread up on the belt at checkout and proceeded to hand her coupons for toothpaste, shampoo and crackers. When the cashier told her she could not take her coupons, the woman waved her hand slowly and said “just take the coupons”. The cashier told her- “Ma’am I cannot take your coupons, you did not buy any of these items.” So the woman slowly waved her hand again and quietly told her to “just take the coupons”. Finally exasperated, the cashier said to her- “Look lady, you are not a Jedi and I cannot accept your coupons!”.
Now while I certainly got a chuckle at the Star Wars reference, the sad fact is that it is not funny because it’s true, and sadder still that things like this happen every day. I think the changes are necessary to try and dissuade the dishonest and protect Target from Fraud and also try and prevent customers from finding a cleared shelf. So anyway, I thought I would take a minute to go over the new items in the policy and throw my two cents out there…
1. Limit of 4 identical coupons per household, per day (unless otherwise noted on coupon)
The limit stated is for a maximum amount of like coupons per day unless your coupon states otherwise. So, if your coupon says one per customer, then it’s just one. If the coupon has no limits on it, then you are allowed to use four. Is it tougher for a large family to stock up at Target? Yes, but they have to set the limit somewhere and personally I can live with this. I am thankful it is at 4 and not two and it seems reasonable to me. Unilever for example now limits their coupons to 2 per customer per day- so it could be worse and I believe more and more manufacturers will be setting limits on their coupons in the near future. So the way I look at it is Target is just jumping on the bandwagon along with P&G, Unilever and other manufacturers sooner than later.
2. Returns of items purchased using Manufacturer coupons may receive coupon value returned in the form of a Target GiftCard.
I think many of you feel like if you use a .50 cent coupon on an item you are returning you will absolutely be given the coupon value back on a Gift Card instead of cash or your original method of payment. While I cannot say for sure, I really don’t think this is an absolute. If you note the word “may” – I think this will be done at their discretion. I believe that this new point in the policy is to try and deter those who are deliberately buying something with a high $ coupon and returning it to pocket the value of the coupon.
Retailers are required to give you back the value of manufacturers’ coupons because they will be in turn submitting it for reimbursement regardless of whether you return an item. The value of Target coupons are not to be refunded, because the store is not collecting any money for them.
3. We reserve the right to accept, refuse or limit the use of any coupon.
I will admit that this point in the policy sounds a little frightening, but I again believe it is there to protect Target, and for the majority of us, it will have no bearing. Counterfeit coupons are abound- and it absolutely boils my blood, but it’s a problem. If a counterfeit coupon can manage to be scanned, consider the losses for a store. The right to refuse a coupon has always been an unwritten rule for any store- but now if something looks funny to them but scans anyway- they have it in black and white and it may save them some arguments should they feel a coupon is not valid for some reason.
For those of you who feel it will be an excuse for your store to refuse to accept any of your coupons- my best advice is to try and have a pow-wow with the Team leader on duty. Try and get to the bottom of why you have such a hard time using coupons at your stores. If you are using coupons as per the wording, you have nothing to fear or hide and perhaps a calm, rational conversation may help. You can take it up with corporate if need be if you are unable to reach some clear set of reasonable rules you can follow. I cannot say you will make headway or improve the situation, but if you like shopping at Target- it is certainly worth a try and make an effort to stay as calm as possible despite how frustrated you may be.
A few last thoughts…
Coupons are meant to be used as per the wording on them. Taking advantage just because something scans or works or is accepted doesn’t make it right and will only lead to further scrutiny from stores and the manufacturers tightening their belts even more. Do your best to read your coupons, follow what they say and follow your gut. I think deep down we all know what is right and wrong and don’t let the temptation of possibly getting another $1 Off cloud your judgement. Coupons aren’ t meant to just be tried for the heck of it to see if it works, they are meant to be used as stated in their terms.
While I certainly enjoy being able to find super-cheap & FREE stuff with coupons- the intention of TT has never been to only focus on that. You certainly can’t feed a family toothpaste for dinner or give them dental floss for dessert, and my aim has always been to help others realistically save as much money as they can on groceries & household needs. In my opinion if you can save as close to 50% or better on any of your needs- you’ve had a good day and it allows the surplus to be saved, put toward other family necessities and so on.
I am very grateful for coupons, as I know many of you are too, and I know that despite policy revisions and other changes to the couponing way of life- saving money using coupons and smart shopping will continue to help my family stay on a budget. Hopefully for a long time to come.
There is a new Try Me Free rebate available on Lysol Dual Action Wipes. Just buy 1 package (35 count) and submit your original register receipt dated between 6/13/12 and
7/18/12 7/8/12 along with the original UPC from the package.
The Lysol Dual Action Disinfecting Wipes 35 ct Container is actually on a new price cut right now at Target too for $2.29 thru 7/7.
You will also need to submit the rebate form you can print HERE. Your request must be postmarked by 8/17, and the rebate will be for purchase price up to $3.
- Thanks for the rebate to Gerard of Clip & Follow!