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Target Deals Week of 4/11/10

by Tara Kuczykowski on April 12, 2010 · 12 comments

Target Grocery Coupons

Beth from In Good Cents is the Deal Seeking Mom Store Expert for Target. At In Good Cents, she teaches her readers the skills they need to dramatically cut their own grocery budgets.

New to couponing? Read up on what all of these abbreviations mean first in my quick reference guide.

Read more about Target's corporate coupon policy to make the most of these deals!

Here are five of my favorite deals for this week. Click to continue for a full matchup of all deals at Target!

Kellogg’s Special K Snacks & Cereal
Get $5 Target gift card wyb 5
--Kellogg’s Special K Cereal or Low-Fat Granola, $2.39
$1/1 Special K Low-Fat Granola printable
$1/1 Kellogg's Special K Crackers printable
$0.75/1 Kellogg's Special K Fruit Crisps, exp. 4-18-10 (RP 02/21/10)
$1/1 Select Kellogg's Cereals, exp. 5-9-10 (RP 03/28/10)
**More Kellogg’s Special K coupons
As low as $0.39 ea. wyb 5 after coupon & gift card!

Gillette Razor, $6.99
Get $5 Target gift card wyb 2 Gillette razors or cartridges
**Cartridges (4 ct.) regularly priced around $13.99, varies by location
FREE Fusion Razor wyb Cartridge Pack, exp. 4-30-10 (P&G 03/07/10)
--Fusion Manual
$4/1 Fusion Razor Product, exp. 4-30-10 (P&G 04/04/10) )
--Venus Embrace Manual
$2/1 Venus Embrace, exp. 4-30-10 (P&G 03/07/10)
$2/1 Venus, Embrace or Breeze System, exp. 4-30-10 (P&G 04/04/10)
As low as $0.49 ea. wyb 2 after coupon & gift card!

Air Care Products, $2.49
--Glade Candle (4 oz.)
$2/2 Select Glade Products, exp. 5-22-10 (SS 04/11/10)
$0.75/1 Select Glade Products, exp. 5-22-10 (SS 04/11/10)
--Febreze Air Effects (9.7 oz.)
$1/1 Febreze Air Effects, exp. 4-30-10 (P&G 03/07/10)
$1/1 Febreze Air Effects, exp. 10-31-10 (Decor Done Right)
$5 MIR Select SC Johnson & Co. Products printable
As low as $1.49 ea. after coupon!

Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower Cleaner Starter Kit, $12.99
Get $5 Target gift card with purchase
$5/1 Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower Cleaner Starter Kit printable
$5/1 Scrubbing Bubbles Shower Cleaner Kit, exp. 5-16-10 (SS 03/21/10)
$2.99 ea. after coupon & gift card!

Kids’ Flip-Flops, $6
$5/$30 Cherokee or Circo Kids’ Apparel Target printable
$5 ea. wyb 5 after coupon!

Click here for the full Target matchups

{ 12 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Becky April 12, 2010 at 1:34 pm

The Target apparel coupon link does not work.

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2 Stacy April 12, 2010 at 1:38 pm

I had problems with the apparel coupons as well. All the other coupons worked for me just fine.

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3 Tara Kuczykowski April 12, 2010 at 1:47 pm

I think it should work now, so try it again please!

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4 melissa April 12, 2010 at 1:50 pm

I also printed a target coupon for $5 off a swimsuit with purchase of 5 kelloggs items so it should work well with the kelloggs gift card purchase.

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5 WillowK April 12, 2010 at 2:40 pm

Unless there's another promotion for the Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower Cleaner Starter Kit, it is excluded from the $5 gift card coupon from the ads this Sunday. That coupon says, " Excludes Toilet Gel and Automatic Shower Cleaner". HTH!

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6 Jenny April 12, 2010 at 2:46 pm

Can you do several "Gift Card Transactions" in one? For example, could I buy 4 Gillette razors and get 2 gift cards? Or would I have to split them into separate transactions?

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7 Jenni April 12, 2010 at 3:02 pm

I think your math is a little off on the shoes. It looks like you've done the figuring with the shoes being $5ea instead of $6 ea. It should look like:

5 pairs @ $6 ea = $30
Target Q $5/$30
$25 for 5 pairs or $5 each after coupon.

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8 Kam April 12, 2010 at 4:02 pm

Jenny,

I previously combined multiple gift card deals in one purchase at Target and the cashier confirmed that it should work. I would check with the cashier before they start ringing up your purchase just to confirm.

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9 Bianca April 12, 2010 at 4:15 pm

I've gone through about 3 times to find that cherokee apparel coupon and can't find it. Has anyone else found it?

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10 Maria S. April 12, 2010 at 4:18 pm

Do NOT put flip-flops on ANYONE, children, adults, NOBODY.
These things are so dangerous and an absolute definite accident just waiting to happen, especially when walking on a wet surface.
Because of flip flops, I LOST an entire summer with my toddler, and the ability to EVER run around with him again. I was wearing a pair of flip flops because they were quick to slip on when I was going out the door for a quick trip to the store to get my son a safety float for the pool, slipped on the wet from rain ground, broke both main bones in my ankle, and changed my life negatively FOREVER when my son just turned 2 years old. NOW, I have permanent screws, a couple of plates, and limited movement in my ankle/foot. I can no longer run around with my son, I can't walk up a tiny molehill easily because my ankle can't bend that far, and I have to be careful with every step because if I fall again and damage my ankle, I really don't see how it can be fixed again with ALL of the hardware in it. I can't go down a waterslide with my son or by myself without worrying everytime about the landing, so I try to keep my legs out and not use my feet for the landing, instead I just flop off with my bottom instead of with my feet like most people do. When I'm playing with my son I'm always watching out for him getting close to my ankle and I can't fully relax.
Because of wearing flip-flops, I will NEVER be able to be worry-free about my ankle.
Do you and your family a HUGE favor...
NEVER buy flip-flops EVER EVER EVER again!

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11 Bianca April 12, 2010 at 4:33 pm

Maria, I'm so sorry to hear about your tragedy. That sounds awful! Hopefully you eventually heal up.

There are many types of flip flops that aren't as slippery and I think instead of not ever buying flip flops again, just make sure to choose wisely and be smart about when and where you wear them. I've been wearing flip flops for I don't know how long and I love them. A good brand, in my opinion, is Rainbow. I love their sandals!

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12 Jaime April 13, 2010 at 9:02 am

Poor Maria, but generally it's not the shoes. I was born in Hawaii, and when I wasn't barefoot I wore flip flops (my lucky shoes I called them)...from the time I could walk. The first time I wore real shoes was when we moved to the mainland when I was 5. However, I have badly sprained my ankle twice wearing SNEAKERS.

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