Nov 18, 2009

New Target Coupons + Matchups

Nov
18
2009
Wednesday

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It looks like Target is making lots of changes. In addition their price-matching policy change that I posted about HERE, they have also changed their Target printable coupon policy.

We can now only print Target coupons from Target’s website HERE, and we can only print 2 of each Target coupon per computer. I will certainly miss the days of unlimited Target coupon prints, but I understand why they are making the change. If there is a special deal that we want several Target coupons for, then we will need to treat it like a bricks coupon and ask friends/neighbors to print extra coupons for us. :)

Here are some great matchups for the new Target coupons with a big thanks to Lori at Moms By Heart for putting them together!

Pepperidge Farm Baked Natural Crackers 5.9oz – $2.50
Use $1/1 or $2/1 coupon from the 11/1 SS (depending on where you live)
AND use $1/1 Target printable coupon
FREE – 50¢ each after coupons

Del Monte Canned Vegetables – 45¢ each
Use $1/8 coupon from the 11/15 RP
AND use $1/6 Target printable coupon
20¢ each after coupons

Ritz Crackers or Triscuit Crackers (16 oz) – $2.50
Use $1/1 coupon from the 11/8 SS
AND use $1/1 Target printable coupon
50¢ each after coupons

Dole Bagged Salad – $2.29 (even less if you find one that’s been marked down)
Use $1/2 printable coupon
AND use $1/1 Target printable coupon
79¢ each after coupons

Del Monte Fruit Cups 4-pk – $1.89
Use $1/1 Target printable coupon
89¢ each after coupon

Pepperidge Farm Stuffing – $2.50
Use $1/2 printable coupon
AND use 50¢/1 Target printable coupon
$1.50 each after coupons

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Comments

  1. If they have changed it to only 2 per site..is it the same for the kiosks I wonder?

  2. I visited the kiosks the other day when I figured out they changed their policy. To my dismay, you can’t print the coupons. You can still get to Target.com, but when you click on Grocery Coupons, it takes a while to load, and then there’s a message on the screen that says, “this area is not accessible at the kiosk.” I about cried. Seriously.

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