Cheap Finds Using the New Target Qs

I did my run to Target today and found some pretty interesting deals to go along with the new Target Store Coupons available HERE

Swiss Miss Hot Cocoa 10 Ct. $1.49
-$1/1 Swiss Miss Hot Cocoa 10 Ct.
-.50/2; $1/3 Any Swiss Miss Hot Cocoa from 11-15-09 SS
Buy 2 and use 2 $1/1 Target Qs & the .50/2 MQ together to get them for 24¢ each
(YMMV since the Target Q states 1 per transaction- but even with the $1/1 TQ 49¢ for Swiss Miss is a great deal)


Ghiradelli Squares $2.84

-$1/2 Ghirardelli Baking Products or Candy
-$1/1 Ghirardelli Squares 4 oz+ PRINT
Buy 2 and use 2 $1/1 IPs & the Target Q together to get them for $1.44 each

Morningstar Frozen Products – Most were on Price Cut for $2.84
-$2/2 Morningstar Frozen Products
-.75/1 Veggie Foods or Gardenburger Product Tearpad
 -$1/1
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Buy 2 and use 2 $1/1 IPs & the Target Q together to get them for 84¢ each

Pepperidge Farm Pirhouette Cookies $3.39
-.75/1 Pepperidge Farm Cookies 5 oz+
-$1/1 Pirhouette or Twists PRINT
Makes them $1.64 each after both coupons

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4 Comments

  1. At my target in Palm Bay, FL Swiss Miss Hot Cocoa is on sale for 97 cents, use the $1 off coupon to get it for FREE. Motts apple juice is also on sale for $1.89 use the $1 off target Q and get it for 89 cents.

  2. Does Target allow overage. Ex: if the Hot cocoa is on sale for $.97 and the TQ is for $1 off will it let me buy it and deduct the $.03 diff. from my bill or will the coupon not work because the value is greater than the sale price.

  3. Hi Maria- according to their corporate policy Target will not allow overage. They will adjust the coupon down to meet the cost of the item, but they will not give cash back or allow the excess to be absorbed by your other items.

  4. Kerry-thank you for your reply. It’s clear NO overage allow. Target will price adjust the coupon. Say, I have a MQ for hot cocoa for $1 off is on sale for $.50 the MQ will be adjusted down to $.50 so what happens to the $.50 difference. Does Target keep the overage as oppose to passing it down to the customer?

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