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Target Deals Week of 4/1/12

by Beth @ In Good Cents on April 1, 2012 · 2 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!

Gift Card Deals

Special Buys

Grocery

Produce

Meat/Seafood

Refrigerated

Frozen

Beverages

Baby Care

Health & Beauty

Household Cleaning

Pet Care

Miscellaneous

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1 carly April 2, 2012 at 5:14 pm

I went yesterday to purchase the game Candyland, which is on sale at my Target store for $5. I had the $3 manufacturer coupon and the $3 store coupon. When I was checking out, the cashier told me that because the amount of the coupons exceeded the price of the game, I could not use both coupons for my purchase. I read the coupon policy when I got home & it says that the value of the coupons may be reduced if the amount of coupons exceeds the purchase price. Am I right in my interpretation that I should have been able to use both coupons and get the game for free, even I didn't receive any overage? Has anyone else had this issue?

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2 Tara Kuczykowski April 2, 2012 at 6:41 pm

Yes, the standard procedure is that your coupons should have been adjusted down to the price of the game. Target customer service is pretty good about following up with the stores on issues like this, so I recommend giving them a call.

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