Target Lets You Stack Coupons

Did you know that Target let’s you stack coupons?  This means that they will accept one manufacturer’s coupon and one Target coupon for the same item.  They also accept coupons printed off the internet.

Last week, Target sent out coupons for baby products.  I remember hearing somewhere about stacking coupons and looked up Target’s coupon policy.  Here’s the gist:

•    Target accepts one manufacturer coupon and one Target coupon for the same item (unless prohibited)
•    Super Target coupons can be used in any Target store if the store carries the item
•    We gladly accept valid internet coupons

I searched through my coupon stash to find ones that matched Target’s coupons.  If I didn’t have a coupon for an item that I wanted, I went online to the manufacturer’s website and printed one off.

Here’s how much I saved:

A & D Diaper Rash Cream: Original price  $3.94 minus $2 Target coupon minus $.95 manufacturer’s coupon = $.99

Desitin: Original price $4.94 minus $.75 Target coupon minus $1 manufacturer’s coupon = $3.19

Earth’s Best Rice Cereal: Original price $2.09 minus $.75 Target coupon minus $1 manufacturer’s coupon = $.34

Total cost pre-savings: $10.97

Total cost after savings: $4.52

Total saved: $6.45

Frugal Tip of the Day: Deals like these sound good, but be smart about your coupons.  I had a coupon for Pampers and 1 for Huggies.  Combined with the Target coupons I could have saved 6 more dollars.  However! Even after the coupon deals, the Pampers and Huggies were still more expensive than the diapers we buy at Costco.  Keep an eye on the prices and don’t get suckered by the bargain.

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