Monday, June 30, 2008

46 Cent Profit a Target

My son turned 2 this weekend (sniff sniff), so we ran to Target for toys. I love to use the $5/25 Toys coupon there!!! Other than toys here's what I got:

2 Powerades- $.79 each
minus (2) $.75 mfg coupons
=$.08 total

3 Band-Aids-$1.97 each
minus $5/3 Target coupon
minus (1) $1.00 mfg coupon
=$.09 profit

2 Tylenols-$.97 each
minus (2) $1/1 printable coupons
=$.06 profit

2 Clean & Clears-$.97 each
minus (2) $2/1 printable coupons or use this $3/2 printable coupon
=$2.06 profit

Skippy Peanut Butter-$1.67
(on sale last week, no coupons)

End result.......... I carried over a profit of $.46 to my toys purchase and got all the pictured stuff!!! I will say that Target's coupon policy is to price adjust coupons down to the price of the item, in that case I should have only paid $1.75 for the peanut butter and Powerades. I figure this trip makes up for the times when they have refused to accept coupons with overages at all. Thanks to The Centsible Sawyer for the printable leads!

I know there are copies of the Target coupon policy floating around, but I would really like to find one on the Target site and print it from there. Any leads???

I got my $5/25 Target Toy coupon here, at A Full Cup. It doesn't expire until October 1, 2008. I've used several already for spring and summer birthdays. It will come in handy for Christmas if you're a savvy shop ahead kind of person, like I am!!

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I'm a married, stay-at-home mom to two kiddos in grade school. I love to save money as much as I like to make it! Coupons, thrift stores? Lead the way! But wait....there's more! I have a BBA from University of Oklahoma and I was a banker and an accountant before I became a domestic goddess!


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