Oct 20, 2009

Target: TONS of FREE Chex Mix!


Kristi at More Than Cents found a great way to get lots of FREE Chex Mix at Target!

Here’s the deal:

Chex Mix 5.5oz or 8.75oz – $1.50 (priced-matched to this week’s Walgreens ad)
Use 50¢/1 printable coupons for any Chex Mix HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE (you should be able to print two coupons from EACH location)
Use 50¢/1 printable coupons for CHOCOLATE Chex Mix HERE, HERE, and HERE (again, 2 coupons at each location)
AND use $1/1 Chex Target printable coupons

FREE after coupons!!!

FYI: Even though the Target coupons say “one per transaction”, it is up to each store. Some will let you use several in one transaction, while others will make you do 14 different transactions.

You can see the rest of this week’s Target deals HERE.

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  1. Has anyone had Target tell them they will not be able to take both coupons since the manufacturer’s coupon says something like “This coupon may not be combined with any other coupon”????

    • @Jennifer, That’s a great question! It really is not up to the manufacturer when it comes to store coupons. It is up to the store.

      For example, many (most) manufacturer coupons say “Do not double or triple.” The store could decide to not double or triple… or the store could decide TO double or triple. The doubling and tripling is like a “store coupon.” If I were to bring this Chex Mix coupon into one of my local grocery stores that double coupons up to 50¢ then I would really get $1.00 off instead of the 50¢ (even though the coupon says “do not double or triple”). 50¢ of that would be the manufacturer’s responsibility and 50¢ would be the grocery store’s responsibility. The store’s 50¢ responsibility is like a store coupon.

      It’s the same with the Target coupons. Instead of doubling and tripling coupons, Target has decided to put out Target coupons.

      Hope that helps!

    • Melissa Parle says:

      @Jennifer, I was able to use them @ my target and get 10 free bags of Chex Mix

  2. Matthew Marshall says:

    I had issue with the final coupon for the original type, but I’m more than overwhelmed with my 12 bags of this stuff now. Worked like a charm.

    Lady at register was nice and patient for the 30 minute scanning process, and their coupons don’t scan! so she had to manually type them in! After make sure you have a valid (recent) ad from walgreens so you can get your money back, my store listed them as 1.75, so I needed the ad to make them mark it down to 1.50 each.

    Got 12 bags for free, thanks for the info!

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