Friday, July 22, 2016

5 Couponing Mistakes You're Making at Target

1. Not using more than one coupon per transaction.

People get this one confused all the time. “One coupon per purchase” means you’re allowed to use one coupon per item being purchased. You can use multiples of the same coupon as long as each coupon has a matching item. “One coupon per transaction” means you can use only one specific coupon per store transaction.
At Target, you can stack a manufacturer coupon, a store coupon, a Cartwheel offer, and a REDcard discount all on one item!

2. Not using coupons and Cartwheel offers on clearance items.

Don’t let an awesome clearance price blind you. You can save even more by stacking a Cartwheel offer and/or coupon even on something that’s already 70% off.
Make sure to read the fine print on specific Cartwheel offers, because sometimes they will exclude clearance items. Use the Cartwheel app to scan an item before purchasing—just to verify that it qualifies.

3. Not using manufacturer coupons after price matching.

Next time you price match an item at Target, hand over a valid manufacturer coupon for even more savings! (Save your Cartwheel and Target coupons for next time since they can’t be used when price matching.)
Target will match prices from and other online retailers or in a competitor’s local printed ad. Price matching is done at Guest Services. Let the cashier know that you’re price matching, and show them your local ad, or if price matching from an online source, the Target team member will verify the online price on a Target device.

4. Not using Target store coupons.

Manufacturer coupons aren’t the only coupons you can use at Target! Store coupons can be found in Sunday inserts, postal mailers, and can be printed directly from . Although Target coupons usually include the limitation of “one coupon or offer per guest,” you can still print more than one coupon. Just remember that you can only use one identical Target store coupon per shopping trip.

Some printable Target coupons will print with a “limit of 4 identical coupons per household, per day,” which means you can use up to four identical Target store coupons per shopping trip!

5. Not using Target REDcard to save an additional 5% on purchases.

Save 5% on purchases both in-store and online. For a family spending $200 a month, that’s an extra $10 in your pocket or $120 per year! This 5% savings can be stacked with sales, clearance, promotions, Cartwheel offers, and manufacturer coupons. You can also get free shipping on any purchase.
Get what you need on a schedule you set through Target’s new subscription service. When you order subscriptions, you’ll automatically save 5% on everyday essentials—but use your REDcard to make purchases, and save 10%!
Sign up now—it’s completely free!


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