The nice movie deals will continue next week at Target with a great coupon in the 2/8 Target ad to save $5 off Music, Movies or Books Purchase of $25 or more.
This coupon is valid from 2/8 – 2/14 and will appear in the actual ad. There is no mobile version or online code that I know. We may see it show up as a printable tomorrow too but I hear that some of you may be getting a different version of this coupon- a $10 Off $40 instead so I am not sure if they will show up as printables or not.
Target sells MANY, MANY DVDs for just $5 regular price, so you can make them as low as $4 each wyb 5 if you get the $5 Off Coupon, or $3.75 each wyb 8 after the $10 Off $40 coupon.
However, there are also several Target Cartwheel Offers that can make your deal even better. So for example the following DVDs sell for $5 at my store, so if you find the same prices at your store and get the $5 coupon, you could do something like this…
DEAL IDEA: Buy Hitch, Mean Girls, Crazy Stupid Love,
Clueless, and Groundhog Day 15th Anniversary DVDs ($5) = $25
-$5 off Music, Movies or Books Purchase of $25+ In-Ad Target Coupon Valid: 2/8 – 2/14
-$1.00 (use 20% Off Clueless DVD Target Cartwheel x2/21
-$1.00 (use 20% Off Crazy Stupid Love DVD Target Cartwheel x2/21
-.50 (use 10% Off Groundhog Day 15th Anniversary DVD Target Cartwheel x2/21
-.50 (use 10% Off Hitch DVD Target Cartwheel x2/21
-$1.00 (use 20% Off Mean Girls DVD Target Cartwheel x2/21
= $16 for all 5 or $3.20 each after stacking
You can check out all of the Target Cartwheel Movie offer to stack with HERE. And you can check out the rest of the Sneak Peek with coupon matchups HERE.
No text code on the coupon, sorry. I hope the movies or music one comes back with $10 for everyone.
Thanks Guy- that sounds promising- nothing got mentioned in the ad – so I hope the text codes work- but not sure which coupon it will serve up. We’ll find out soon enough 🙂
I texted both “movies” and “music” to 827438. The response I received was “This offer will be available 2/8-2/14. (Yay!) Please check back at that time.” Also tried it with “books” but it was unidentifiable.
Thanks Tara – was there a text code for yours?
The coupon in my paper was $10 off $40 in movies, music and books. I am in NJ