Tylenol Cold Products – Cheap or Better than FREE!

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There’s a new offer for a FREE $5 gift card wyb 2 select Tylenol cold items thru 11/22 to watch for at your stores. Prices start as low as $5.79 for the Tylenol Cold Relief 24 count and we have a stack for a nice deal…

DEAL IDEA: Buy 2 Tylenol Cold Relief 24 ct ($5.79) = $11.58
-$2.31 (use 20% Off Tylenol Cold Products Target Cartwheel x1/3
-$3/2 McNeil Products (Tylenol Cold Included) 11-9-14 RP x12/30
= $6.27 – $5 Gift Card back for buying 2 thru 11/22
= $1.27 for both or .64 cents each after coupon, cartwheel and gift card

But- even better – these purchases will also count toward the threshold needed to use the $5 Off Healthcare OTC Purchase $25 or more Target Mobile Coupon (text OFFERS to 827438) x11/14. So if you haven’t used your coupon yet- you could double your deal and add in a couple small fillers to reach the $25 threshold. Here’s one idea for you…

DEAL IDEA: Buy 4 Tylenol Cold Relief 24 ct $5.79 (Regular Price) &
& Buy 2 Luden’s Watermelon or Blue Raspberry Throat Drops $1.49 (Regular Price) = $26.14
-$5 Off Healthcare OTC Purchase $25+ Target Mobile Coupon (text OFFERS to 827438) x11/14
-.50/1 Luden’s Watermelon or Blueberry 25- or 30 ct  Target Mobile Coupon x11/14
-50¢ off Luden’s Watermelon or Blueberry item 25- or 30-ct. Target Coupon x12/6
-.40 (use 20% Off Luden’s Throat Drops Target Cartwheel x11/15
-$4.63 (use 20% Off Tylenol Cold Products Target Cartwheel x1/3
-$6 (use two $3/2 McNeil Products (Tylenol Cold Included) 11-9-14 RP x12/30
$1/2 Luden’s Cough Drops 25 or 30 ct
= $8.11 – $10 (get two $5 Gift Cards back for buying 4 Tylenol thru 11/22
= $1.89 moneymaker after coupons and gift cards!

If you didn’t get the insert coupon, there is a $1.50/1 Tylenol Sinus or Cold product available to print that you could use instead.

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  1. I see at target.com that the Tylenol is listed at $6.49 and I know prices are regional. I am hoping it is 5.79 in my home store when I go tomorrow 🙂

  2. ahh- ok I misunderstood- yes – one in a threshold coupon (the $5 OTC)- and a reward for reaching a certain spending threshold- in this case $25. Most stores will allow the use of additional coupons as long as they are for specific items. hth & makes sense

  3. Kerry, I think Jolene is referring to the use of both the $5 Healthcare OTC Target mobile Q AND the Luden’s Target Qs (mobile & printable) – which is essentially using more than one Target Q on the same products. Still a valid use? Thanks.

  4. Here’s the deal I did with the $5 Off Healthcare OTC Purchase $25+ Target Mobile Coupon

    Buy 2 Nature Made Children’s Vitamin C – $6.99/each
    Buy 2 Tylenol Cold & Flu – $6.49/each
    Rec’d $5 gc wyb 2 Nature Made Children’s Vitamins
    Rec’d $5 gc wyb 2 Tylenol Cold
    Used 2- $1 mfc Nature Made Vitamins
    Used 2- $2 Target cpns Nature Made Children’s Vitamins
    Used $3/2 mfc from 11/9 insert Tylenol Cold & Flu
    -$2.60 (20% off Tylenol Cold)
    I also got $1 back for Tylenol Cold & Flu from the app Jingit
    TOTAL – $.64 moneymaker

    (I think I did the math right) 🙂

  5. Janice, there is a revtrax q on the ludens site. Fyi, do not change the # of copies to more than 1 when the print box pops up. They will all have the same pincode, so only one will be a valid original. Instead, print one and then go back to the form you fill out for the q, fill it out again, print one more q, it should have a diff pincode. Usually revtrax qs give only 2 original prints, but you can fill the form out again and see if it set to give more than 2. If its not, when u try to print the third time, it will say print limit reached. Hth:)

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