New $10 Off $50 Grocery Purchase & Other In-Ad Target Coupons Now Available as Printables

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That awesome in-ad Target coupon for $10 off Food and/or beverage purchase of $50 or more Target Coupon x4/19 is now available to print.This coupon (excludes alcohol, baby food, nutrition shakes & bars, Target Cafe, Starbucks Cafe). You can also text GROCERY to 827438 for a mobile version.

This coupon is a threshold/dept purchase coupon, meaning you should be able to use other coupons along with it to maximize your savings. You can check out my ad matchups HERE, and you can see the best deals of the week post HERE.

The other 2 in-ad Target Coupons are also now live as printables…
$5 off Apparel/accessories purchase of $25+ Target Coupon x4/19
$1 off With purchase of two Easter chocolate candy bags 9 oz+ Target Coupon x4/19

For a matchup of all other current Target Coupons available right now- you can check out my Target Coupon Page. Some of you are actually able to now hover over a coupon on Target.com to reveal whether it is a Target coupon or not and the expiration date, but this feature is not yet showing for everyone. If you don’t see this feature yet, and want to know how else you can tell the Target Coupons from Manufacturer’s coupons before you print, you can check out my post HERE.

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6 Comments

  1. I bought a bunch of Easter candy yesterday and used the mobile grocery coupon with no problems.

  2. @Shannon When I did a search on my phone for “grocery” in the weekly ad, candy items came up (esp Easter ones!). It appears that Snickers and other candy items are grocery, but you never know about the Target grocery coupons – YMMV

  3. Awesome candy coupon. Now I will get 6 bags of easter M&Ms. Use (2) 2.00 off 3 Mars products man. Coupon, (2) target coupons 1.50 off 2 M&Ms, and now will add this 1.00 off 2 bags target coupon…plus will get cartwheel off of 4 bags.

  4. Does anyone know if Snickers single bars count as a grocery item? I have a few free product coupons I’d like to use, just wondering if it would count towards the threshold total. Thanks!

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