UPDATE: Well it looks like we lost our manufacturer’s coupons now plus the price has gone back up on Amazon. 🙁 Hopefully some of you were able to grab this deal while it lasted.
If you have not been able to grab a deal yet on the Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Stride-to-Ride Puppy Ride-On toy that regularly sells for $44.99 at Target, you can grab it for just $14.99 after Price Match. Right now Amazon.com has it listed for $24.99, and you can price match it at Target and use a
$10/1 Stride-to-Ride Puppy manufacturer’s coupon to get it for just $14.99 after coupon and price match.
To price match, bring your item & coupon up to Guest Services and show them the price on your phone, however they will likely verify on their own device. If you have any trouble their complete policy can be found HERE which clearly states that you can use a manufacturer’s coupon when Price Matching.
A NOTE REGARDING PRICE MATCHING & TARGET COUPONS: There seems to be some confusion lately regarding the Target Corporate Low Price Promise policy which can be found HERE, specifically the use of Target Coupons. I am the first one to agree that the way the policy is written regarding using Target coupons on a price match is horrible- and should simply say No Target Coupons on a price match. But instead, the policy states that Target Coupons are to be used BEFORE a price match is made, not after. While the wording may be a little confusing, it is essentially saying the same thing.
It means the same thing no matter how you slice it- no Target coupons on a price match. No matter how they try and dress up that no, it is still a no, and it is published for all to see. So in keeping with their policy, please understand that is why all deals posted on TT will follow these terms.
-Thanks for the heads up on the Amazon price to Janae of Keeping Cents!