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Target: Kellogg’s FiberPlus Bars $0.33

by Tara Kuczykowski on September 23, 2009 · 4 comments

Kellogg's FiberPlus Bars Deal
If you haven't shopped Target this week, here's another hot deal you might want to add to your list. Score Kellogg's FiberPlus Bars for just $0.33 each after coupons and a Target gift card!

This is an unadvertised deal, but you should see signage up in the stores. If not, try scanning one of the boxes, and the screen should mention gift card deal.

Kellogg’s FiberPlus Antioxidant Bars (5-ct.), $2.33
Get $5 Target Gift Card wyb 4

$0.75/1 Kellogg's FiberPlus printable (IE) or printable (FF)
$0.33 ea. after 4 coupons and $5 Target GC!

Unfortunately it appears that you can only print this coupon once per computer, so you'll need access to four computers to have enough coupons to maximize this deal. Ask friends and family to print for your, or print from multiple computers at work!

Thanks, Surviving The Stores!

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1 Vicki September 23, 2009 at 8:39 pm

I'm not sure Target will let you use 4 coupons on one purchase. I was just there last week and they told me I had to use one coupon per purchase....that's what the coupons say. They are confused about a purchase vs. a transaction....therefore, you wouldn't be able to get the $5 gift card because you have to buy 4 of them to get it...and they'll only allow one coupon...not a coupon for each box. Does that make sense. I've decided I'm not going to give my business to Target until they can get this situation fixed. I even talked to 2 managers while I was there. The floor manager and then the head manager on duty and they all told me the same thing. It may just be with the Target near me, but it was VERY frustrating. Good luck to anyone who tries it though. :)

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2 Tara Kuczykowski September 23, 2009 at 9:45 pm

There's no reason you shouldn't be able to use more than one coupon in a transaction. They're confusing a transaction with a purchase.They're not the same. A call to customer service should set them straight.

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3 Ang September 23, 2009 at 10:50 pm

I had this same problem with Walmart once. I finally got the actual store manager up there and explained to him what the cashier was saying. I then said, "I used to work in Walmart management, so I know that this is a simple misunderstanding. Because we all know that when it says 'one per purchase' that means 'one per item purchased' not one per transaction. I obviously understand that I cannot buy one box and use 3 coupons for that one box." He then set the cashier straight and I have not had a problem since.

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4 Val September 24, 2009 at 10:58 am

wow, I had one of these bars the other day and I had the worst case of the trumps for 2 days! I like my fiber, but not in that form. Buyer beware!

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