TARGET shoppers have found a way to save more money with one of the store’s best deals.
Amber is a fierce bargain hunter.
Coupons on TikTok, she teaches others how to save the most money when shopping.
She recently shared how to get $50 worth of household items for just over $11.
Through Target’s specials, manufacturer’s coupons, and cashback apps, she was able to save close to 77%.
Stock availability varies by store, so you may not be able to get all of these items at your usual place of shopping.
must have app
You need some apps to get the full price.
First, download the Target app so you can claim a $15 gift card offer when you spend $50 on household items.
You can also select coupons for $1 off Gain Powerblast Starter Kits and $1.50 off Glad Trash Bags.
You can also go down some rebate apps to get your money back.
what to buy
To get the deal, you’ll need to purchase the following items at Target:
- Two Arm & Hamer 42 count 5-in-1 laundry pods
- One Gain Powerblast Starter Kit
- 2 Grad 45 Count Force Flex Scented Bags
Save with Target Coupons and Earn a $15 Gift Card.
Then upload your receipts with Tada and Swagbucks and you’ll get $4 trash bags and $10 laundry pods.
Also, when you go to Ibotta, you get $5 trash bags. $2 each, buy 2 get a $1 bonus.
Finally, visit Coupons.com and return the $1.50 receipt to your bag.
When you claim all of these offers, you’ll only spend $11.35 on your $49 shipment.
big change in target
Bargain hunters were outraged earlier this year when Target changed its coupon policy.
In October, Target officially updated its policy to make issuing coupons on the chain a little more difficult than before.
To combat the rising rate of counterfeit coupons, Target adopted a barcode master file from which cashiers were allowed to accept coupons.
In a statement, Target wrote:
“Starting October 3, Target will only accept coupons that can be verified via a barcode master file provided by the manufacturer.
“Not only does this reduce coupon fraud, it helps ensure consistency among our teams and ensures that all guests have access to the savings intended for them.”
Ultimately, this means Target rejects many paper coupons brought to the cash register.
Joanie Demer, co-founder of The Krazy Coupon Lady blog, said more tests are on the way.
According to local station Denver 7, Joanie said, “Anything outside of the target app has to be validated against this central database, which is very different from how we’re used to it.
When the policy first became official, she said only about 30% of Target’s consumer packaged goods were included in the system, causing widespread problems in stores nationwide.
After testing the store’s policy, I found that Target’s cash register only accepts half of paper coupons.
Not all Target manufacturers are in the system yet, so it basically comes down to the discretion of the cashier, Target said.
That’s because Target has released some positive predictions for business in the new year, which is good news for shoppers.
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