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Target: Eggo BakeShop Money Maker

by Tara Kuczykowski on July 7, 2009 · 15 comments

Eggo BakeShop Money-Maker Deal at TargetEggo Bake Shop products are still on sale at Target for just $1.50. Pair the sale with the great coupons still available and the Kellogg's Fuel For School Rebate I just posted about, and you've got yourself a money maker of a deal!

Note: You'll need access to 3 computers to print enough coupons to maximize your savings, so hit up those friends and family that don't coupon.

Buy (10) Eggo BakeShop Products, $1.50
Use (10) $1/1 Eggo BakeShop printables or $1/1 Eggo BakeShop printables
Submit for $10 Kellogg's Fuel For School MIR
Earn $5 on this transaction!

Even if you only have access to one computer, that gives you 4 coupons (print twice from each site), so that makes them only $0.10 ea. after coupons and MIR!

Some of you have reported having trouble using coupons on trial size items and the Rayovac batteries free deal lately, so I just wanted to direct you to the Target Corporate Coupon Policy. Print a copy off to carry with you, or if you'd prefer a more official copy, email Target customer service and ask them to send you the policy.

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1 Hillary July 7, 2009 at 11:00 pm

How can you print 10? I need help figuring that out. Thanks!

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2 Tara Kuczykowski July 7, 2009 at 11:15 pm

Hillary, you'll need access to 3 computers to print enough coupons to maximize the deal. But even with only 4 coupons printed from one computer, it averages out to $0.10 per box after coupons and MIR, so that's still a pretty great deal!

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3 Laurie July 8, 2009 at 12:33 am

When there are multiple sites to print from (ie. redplum on DSM and coupons dot com in this case) my computer only lets me print one set. So, I printed 2 Qs from the first link no problem, but then the second link said Kellog's limit reached-- and I am 100% positive I had not printed from there previously! I had the same experience with the Kraft Qs. People were posting that you could print from all kinds of different grocery stores' websites, but mine would always tell me the print limit was reached. Am I doing something wrong? Missing some loophole?

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4 Tara Kuczykowski July 8, 2009 at 1:26 am

That's really strange, Laurie, because the two sites are totally independent of each other. So you were able to print 2 from the Coupons.com page and only one from the RedPlum page? I printed two from each site before I went to Target earlier, so I'm just trying to understand what we may have done differently.

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5 Amy July 8, 2009 at 9:35 am

I did this deal last night YEAH Love making money on something we like anyway. Rebate envelope is ready to go in the mail!!!

I had to use 3 computers to get all 10 coupons. Only redplum and coupons.com are working now (kelloggs and the bricks coupons are no longer available) But that is 4 coupons per computer that you can print!

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6 Gwenn July 8, 2009 at 2:26 pm

I went to Target this morning and got 10 of the Bake Shop products. I mixed it up a bit and got 4 different ones, muffin tops, twists and swirlzs. They were 2 / $3 and I had a $1 off coupon for each. I came home and prepared to send the rebate off in the mail. The only way I could get 10 Q's was that I had printed them in June and never used them then I printed the rest from two computers and two websites in July. "sweet deal" really , money and sweet treat!!

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7 Michelle July 8, 2009 at 5:45 pm

Thanks SO much for sharing this deal! I am linking people back to your site on my blog to get the details and coupon!

Michelle´s last blog post..Hooray for my little reader girl!!

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8 Hillary July 8, 2009 at 11:06 pm

Thanks Tara. I was able to do just that with our 3 computers! Glad I waited so now I can get the water tomorrow too. Thanks again! Hillary

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9 Janey July 8, 2009 at 11:43 pm

I got 10 boxes of the Apple twists today and already mailed off my rebate form!

When I got home, I took out all of the bags from the boxes and then cut out the UPC codes and threw away the boxes. I fit all 10 bags with 4 twists each in the space that maybe 3 boxes would've taken up in my freezer!

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10 Cheralee July 9, 2009 at 9:35 am

In regards to having difficulty with using coupons on trial sizes - my coupon buddy and I have had HUGE problems at our local target. Last time we went with coupon policy in hand and they still gave us MAJOR problems and argued with their own policy. In that conversation we learned that the employees and managers are "trained on the coupon policy" yet had never even seen the actual policy from the corporate office. We called again to customer service at corporate after this terrible hour long ordeal in the checkout (and melted ice cream :( ) and the gentleman we talked to placed a complaint about that store with the corporate office and asked us to call from the check lane next time. The customer service is GREAT (now if only that made a difference at the stores)!

Cheralee´s last blog post..Our Building Project

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11 Laurie July 10, 2009 at 2:14 am

Tara, (to answer) I was only able to print 2 from the coupons.com but none from redplum... it says "print limit reached, Kellog's". But I KNOW I haven't printed from the redplum b/c I had to change all my security settings just to clip the coupons! But as I said, that happened w/ all the Kraft coupons, too... I could print one set from smartsource and one set from coupons.com, but the grocery store sites (powered by smartsource) would tell me print limit reached- where others were reporting they could print a set from each grocery stores' webiste. Who knows?! I just wondered if I was missing something obvious or doing something wrong...

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12 Crissy Stout July 10, 2009 at 3:19 pm

Once again, my Target did not have this special. They were still over $2 before coupon. Not enough of a steal to tempt myself with the extra calories.

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13 sean July 11, 2009 at 11:57 am

Thank you for the info on bake shop. I only had 9 bake shop coupons, so I used a $1 kellog cereal to make the ten items for rebate. I also noticed the 3.4 ounce pronamel for kids was only $2.94 at my Target. I used the smartsource $1 off to get some at less than $2.

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14 Brittney July 8, 2010 at 12:42 pm

All I found was a target coupon for $1.00 off two. I am unable to find this coupon? What zip code did you use?

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15 Tara Kuczykowski July 8, 2010 at 2:00 pm

Brittney, this is a post from July 2009, so the coupon is no longer available.

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