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Target Great Holiday Toy Coupons: $330 in Savings

by Beth @ In Good Cents on November 4, 2010 · 18 comments

Target Grocery Coupons

Target's Great Holiday Toy Sale officially launched yesterday and will continue through November 24th.  In store you can find the Great Holiday Toy Sale catalog boasting $330 in savings.  Don't be surprised if it shows up on your mailbox too, if there is a Target in your area.  Plus, right now, all of these coupons are available to print online!

There are $330 in new Target store toy coupons available! All of these have been added to the Deal Seeking Mom Coupon Database as well.

Remember, you can stack these coupons with manufacturer coupons for even bigger savings!

  • $5/1 Baby Alive Changing Time Baby
  • $5/1 Barbie Select Toys & Dolls (Includes: Video Girl, 2010 Holiday, Fashion Loves Glitter, Swim ‘N Dance Mermaid, Three Story Dream House)
  • $10/1 Bicycles Select Styles & Brands (Includes: Toy Story, Barbie, Princess, Spiderman, Cards, or Mongoos Schwin Select 12″, or 16″)
  • $5/1 Crayola Select Creative Toys(Includes: Color Explosion Glow Dome, or Color Wonder Sound Studio)
  • $5/1 Cuponk Game
  • $10/1 Dairy Queen Blizzard Maker
  • $10/1 Dinosaur Train Interactive Boris Tyrannosaurus
  • $10/1 Disney Interactive Ride-On
  • $5/1 Easy Bake Oven
  • $1/1 Energizer Battery Pack
  • $5/1 Fairies Pixie Power Play Set
  • 50% off Fin Fin Friends Play Set
  • $10/1 First Act Discovery Digital Keyboard
  • $10/1 Fisher Price iXL Learning System
  • $10/1 Fisher Price Little Mommy Walk & Giggle
  • 50% off Fisher Price Trio Batcave
  • $10/1 FurReal GoGo My Walkin Pup
  • 50% off FurReal Lulu’s Walkin Kitty
  • $5/1 Hasbro Select Games (Includes: Guess Who? Extra, Twister Hoopla, Sorry! Spin, Scrabble Flash, or Monopoly Revolution)
  • $5/1 Hasbro U-Build Game (Includes: Battleship, Connect 4, or Monopoly)
  • $10/1 LeapFrog Leapster2 Learning Game System
  • $10/1 LeapFrog Tag Reading System
  • $5/1 Lego Game (Includes: Ramses Pyramid, or Creationary)
  • $5/1 Lego Toy, Select
  • $5/1 Matchbox Stinky the Garbage Truck
  • $5/1 Mega Blocks
  • $5/1 Nerf N’ Strike Stampede ECS Blaster
  • $5/1 Nerf N-Strike Longshot CS -5 Dart Blaster
  • FREE Our Generation Doll Outfit wyb Our Generation Deluxe Doll Set
  • $5/1 Paper Jamz
  • $10/2 PlayStation 3 DualShock Controllers
  • $15/1 Playwonder Dollhouse
  • $15/1 Playwonder Kitchen Center
  • 20% off Select Razor, Wagon, Helmet Value Pack, or Ride-On (Includes: Razor Ground Force Drifter, or Siege Caster Scooter, or Sole Skate, Step 2 Radio Flyer Wagon, Licensed Character Helmet Value Pack, or Disney Princess, or Cars 6 Volt Battery Ride On.
  • $5/1 Remote Control Iron Man Walking Robot
  • $20/1 Star Wars All-Terrain Armored Transport Vehicle
  • $5/1 Star Wars Boba Fett Electronic Helmet
  • $5/1 Star Wars Hailfire Droid Radio-Control Vehicle
  • $15/1 Step2 New Traditions Kitchen
  • 50% off The Ladybug Fame
  • 50% off Thomas & Friends Wooden Railway Beginner’s Set
  • $5/1 Thomas & Friends Product
  • $5/1 Tonka Mod Machines Motorized Semi-Hauler
  • $5/1 Toy Story 3 Game
  • $5/1 Two or Three Wheel Scooters
  • $10/1 VTech Mobigo Touch Learning System
  • $10/2 Wii Motion Plus Remotes
  • $10/2 Xbox 360 Wireless Controllers

Check out the current weekly Target deals for the best deals this week!

{ 18 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Lindsey November 4, 2010 at 6:54 pm

My catalog that came in the mail also had a 5 dollar gift card if you bought 50 dollars in toy products. Guess I'll be doing some seriously deal browsing at Target!


2 Jennifer November 4, 2010 at 7:15 pm

I took advantage of the 50% off Leapster games to get Star Wars Math (1 of 3 that are half price). It was $12.44 before the $5 off printable coupon from I had been looking for a deal on this particular game for my nephew, so I was so excited to get it so cheap!


3 Christina November 4, 2010 at 7:57 pm

Walmart has the Cuponk on rollback for $10 in theToyland Catalog. Price match at Target and use the $5 off coupon. Final price $5!!!!


4 kristen nadolski November 4, 2010 at 8:28 pm

I think that their policy is to match the price after the coupon is taken off since it is a target coupon. I think it will depend on your store possibly but from what I have been told at the service desk I think that they won't do that.


5 kristen nadolski November 4, 2010 at 8:31 pm

I have a target price matching question if anyone knows - toys r us has a bunch of deals where you buy something and get something else free. I'm specifically talking about buying a lalaloopsy doll and getting an outfit for it free. Do you think target will match that deal? They have the same price of 24.99 on the dolls.


6 Amanda Anderson November 4, 2010 at 9:31 pm

Where can I find manufacturer coupons for these toys so I can stack them?


7 Marc November 4, 2010 at 10:54 pm

Keep your eyes peeled for coupons for free gift card for a new registry sign up. It is a $20 gift card just for signing up


8 Rebecca November 5, 2010 at 7:47 am

@Kristen - From what I understand, Target will NOT price match when it comes to a deal where you get an item for free.
@Amanda - I would go to the toy manufacturer's website and see if they have any coupons. You usually have to really dig around to find them, but they might be there. If not, call the 800 number for the manufacturer. Ask them if there are any coupons they can send you. I have done this, and it works pretty well. Just be super sweet to the csr you talk to, butter them up saying how much you love their products, great value, etc. Then tell them that the economy is rough righ now and ask if there are any coupons they can send. It can't hurt to ask. Besides, the manufacturer would rather send you a coupon for a few dollars off and still make money when you purchase their product, then to make no money because they didn't send you a coupon.


9 Rebecca November 5, 2010 at 7:48 am

I have some free time today, so I am going to hunt around for coupons to stack with these. I will let everyone know if I find any!


10 nancy l November 5, 2010 at 8:15 am

THANK YOU so much for posting this!!! Our son has the Trios Batcave at the top of his list this year. I was hoping for a way to get it cheaper than the list price since we just bought a house and money is tight. This is perfect!! I'm heading out to Target today to hopefully get one before they're gone. He'll be thrilled!!


11 Rebecca November 5, 2010 at 9:01 am

Target has a toy coupon for the R/C Iron Man. Reg. price is $49.99. It's on sale right now for $44.99. Use the $5 off coupon from Targets site, and then go to and print out a $5 off manuf. coupon. Bringing the price down to $34.99 which is a savings of $15.


12 Isel November 5, 2010 at 12:33 pm

I printed out the coupons but it reads "Target Web Coupon". Does this mean I can also use it online or can ONLY use it online????


13 Isel November 5, 2010 at 12:41 pm

I printed the coupons but they read "Target Web Coupon". Does this mean I can ALSO use them online or ONLY online??? Thanks


14 Beth @ In Good Cents November 5, 2010 at 1:48 pm

Isel, no. That just means you printed them online from the Target website. They are good in-store only, unless it provides an online code on the coupon.


15 kim November 5, 2010 at 9:04 pm

how do you get the target book?


16 krystal November 6, 2010 at 5:36 pm

does any one know if you can use the tag coupon on the tag jr reader?
i got a 5 dollar coupon in our book that we got free for setting up a learning path. *already bought one b4 the coupons came out, our loss is a friends gain.


17 jenn November 7, 2010 at 3:50 pm

i got the tag jr for 9 dollars and change. the target i went had the toy story tag reader on clearance . thanks for letting us know!!!


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