Target Deals: Week of 3/7 – 3/13/10

Coupon Gal has the Target Deals for the week of 3/7-3/13/10 for us.

A Sneak Peek?

Crest Kid’s Toothpaste: $1.97
*Use $1 Crest Kid’s Toothpaste Coupon from 2/7 P&G
*Stack with $1 Off Target Crest Toothpaste Printable Coupon
Final Price: FREE

Oral B Stages Toothbrush: $1.99
*Use $1 Oral B Stages Toothbrush from 2/7 P&G
*Stack with $1 Target Oral B Toothbrush Printable Coupon
Final Price: FREE

Be sure to check out the rest of the Target Deals.

Thanks, Christy, for allowing me to share these with my readers.

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  1. Roberta A. says

    I would just like to say that you should post on your site that not all Target stores will take all the coupons you offer for “free items”. I printed some coupons off your site and tried to use them at my local Target and the cashier called the manager to ask him if they were fine and he said no because the final price of the item is $0. I also tried to use coupons where you get items for cheap. EX. .50 cents and 25 cents and it didn’t work. I’m not sure what Target you are visiting but here in Long Beach CA no Target accepts those types of deals. (I tried 2 more local target stores.

  2. coupongeek says


    If you are using coupons that are specifically for the products that you are buying, then they should take them. Unless your Target has a “no Internet printables” policy, like some of them do—though it is very few. And their coupon policy states that they do take Internet Printables.

    It is almost sounding like you need to send an email to Target Corporate letting them know what your stores are doing. Here is their coupon policy that they’ve posted online: I would show it to your managers to see what they say and if they still have issues, then contact Corporate. lives in California and I haven’t heard her having issues like these with her Target stores.


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