Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Zero OOP At Target, Using GC's That Is!

I've been trying to hit Target once a week, to scoop out the clearance stuff. For once I found nothing good on clearance but picked up some things on my grocery list. This was yesterday....

Kitty Litter $5.24
Sponge $1.39
Trash Bags $3.64
Johnson's Lotion $2.19


$1.00 Johnson's coupon (the one that expired yesterday, just in time!)
$.75 Target/Johnson's coupon from

Total = $11.59

$3.59 was paid from a Target gift card and $8.00 was paid from the $15 MasterCard I got from Olay. Zero cash paid OOP and I saved $1.75. Not the most exciting trip, but it was zero cash OOP, so I got things we needed for free.

***Deal alert*** The Johnson's ended up costing $.44 after coupons.

I was sad that my Target GC was finally gone, but the good news is I have ordered a new one from Swagbucks. It took me 2 months to earn a $20 Target gift card. I just can't get over how easy that was, and $20 at Target should last me a few trips.

Last bit of good news, the new Target in Wylie should be open in less than 4 months!!

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Jennifer said...

I saw the construction for Target last weekend, it looks like it's gonna be huge! We've got one in Round Rock/Pflugerville opening soon. I can't wait!

Angie said...

I'm so excited!!! Although I feel bad for that people living next door with all the horses. I'm sure that's not who they thought they'd have for neighbor's.

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