Men’s Degree Clinical Deodorant as Low as $2.18


We have a new high value cartwheel for Degree Men’s Clinical Deodorant, plus up to a triple stack for a very nice deal on this pricey deodorant- which is actually on sale this week thru 12/21 for $7.19 (-Thanks for the pic Mel!)

DEAL IDEA: Buy 2 Degree Men’s Clinical ($7.19 Sale Price thru 12/21) =$14.38
-$1/2 Degree or Dove Deodorant ETS Target Coupon 12-8-13 RP x1/5
-$4.01 (use 30% Off Degree Men’s Clinical Deodorant Target Cartwheel x12/28
-$5 (use two $2.50 off ONE Degree Men’s Antiperspirant/Deodorant
= as low as $4.37 for 2 or $2.18 each after triple stack, or like getting almost 73% off!

Even if you don’t have the Target Coupon it will be $2.53 each after stack, which is still a BIG savings, plus be sure and watch for the special bonus packages that include 25% more for the same price.

NOT FAMILIAR WITH TARGET CARTWHEEL? This savings program introduced by Target allows you to save even more when shopping in-store. Even better- these offers can be used with Target Coupons AND Manufacturer coupons for up to a triple stack! You can see my post HERE to help get you started.

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  1. Correct me if I am wrong but doesn’t the cartwheel percentage coupon come off the amount AFTER the manufacturer and target Q’s?

    or ex. $7.19 x2= $14.38 less $5 (2 manf Q’s)= $9.38 less $1/2 (TQ)=$8.38 less 30% cartwheel ($2.51)= $5.87 for 2 or $2.93 wyb2

  2. I tried this today with the exact coupons and the cartwheel and did not get the same savings as you?!?!
    I ended up paying $4.68 for both. Not happy with the way the register handled the coupons has it listed as “special coupon” with a package total:

    7.19 – MQ 2.50, x2, Package subtotal $14.38, TQ -1.00, Cartwheel -4.02, Package total $ 9.36 🙁

  3. @Deena- the CW comes off after TQ and before MQ
    @Jessica- idont understand what you mean- $4.68 for both = $2.34 each which was a .16 cents difference than what I have and probably your tax.
    The pkg subtotal is merely representative of what the value of your product is should you need to return it for any reason. it does not reflect what you actually paid.

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