$2.50 Off ANY Yes To Item Coupon When You Share

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Right now you can get a nice high-value $1.50 off any Yes to Item on their Facebook page HERE. OR you can choose to share via social media and get a higher-value $2.50/1. This coupon prints with no purchase threshold requirement and no exclusions or size requirements! This week thru 10/25 Target is also offering up 5% Off all Yes To Products- so the Lip Balms and trial size items that regularly sell for $2.99 – $3.00 will be as low as .34 cents after sale & coupon.

Rebecca also just left a comment that the 10 ct Wipes are actually priced at $2.55 online at Target.com – so you can always price match instead if you have interest in the wipes. Also keep in mind that Yes To does make some personal care products including Body Wash and Lotion, so select Yes To products will also count toward the threshold needed to use the FREE $5 Gift Card wyb $15+ Personal Care In-Ad TQ (or text CARE to 827438 orย PRINTย  x10/25.

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  1. I found some wipes on clearance (clearance sticker was “AS IS” sticker, original barcode was not scanned so coupon beedped but cashier K1 and typed in coupon amount) with a bonus tube of facial scrub from $7.48 down to $1.86. Used 3 $1.50 coupons and paid $.36 for each pack.

  2. I printed out four $2.50/1 coupons and price-matched with Target.com at $2.55 and got four 10ct facial wipes for only $.92 OOP! I brought my own bag so one of the wipes were Free!

  3. HI Sarah – it is working fine for me. Maybe try from another browser- or if you are trying from a mobile device- perhaps try from a desktop or laptop. hth

  4. HI Lisa- the only skin care I see included on the coupon was lotion- so I doubt face wash will qualify. The coupon is only valid on Deodorant, Body Wash, Bar Soap, Oral Care, Eye Care, Shave, Lotion, Feminine care, or First Aid. hth

  5. The Target stores in Syracuse, NY have a ton of the travel size grapefruit scrub on clearance for $0.90. Does face wash count as a personal care item? I don’t see why it wouldn’t, but figured I’d ask to see if anyone has had luck with it!

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