Check out all the clearance toys on Target.com! Sale includes Disney, Dora, Lego and more! Many of these toys and dolls are not sold in stores. Use your REDcard and get 5% off the clearance prices plus free shipping.
If you’re looking for Sophia the First items:
Royal Tea Party $6.98
Dancing Sisters 2 pack $6.28
Perfect Princess Curtsy Doll $5.58
Royal Purse Set $5.80
Ready For The Ball Royal Vanity $6.98
Disney Princess Toddler Dolls are $13.42
Pretty much the same deals I ran earlier this week, with the addition of the Secret deodorant – when you buy 3 Secret you get a $5 Target gift card. I’ve read of people finding $2.99 Secret, but since my house isn’t secured by chain to a concrete slab and we have all our teeth (tmi, i know), I have to settle for the $3.94 variety! Buy 6 for 23.64, use 2 $4/3 coupon from the July P&G and get 2 $5 gift cards.
Except I ran this two times and handed over THREE coupons each time. Lest you think this was a deadhead cashier, it was with two different cashiers (had PITA go back for more and the line was too long for that cashier). Makes for much cheaper deodorant, although I do not recommend you attempt this on purpose. Dumb-ass mistake is one thing, blatant fraud is another...and i didn’t realize the mistake until i got home
Without the Garnier products my OOP was $7.82 after REDcard discount and bag credit.
Target has the Roku Streaming Stick 3500R for $49.99 through August 2nd. Buy online and choose in-store pickup to cut it to $39.99. It plugs into your TV’s HDMI port and streams 1080p video via WiFi. Amazon has this at $49 price.
When you click on the link you’ll see the Special Offer: Save $10 with in-store pickup info. Great deal!
Buying Head & Shoulders in sets of six gives you two $5 gift cards (3 products for a card). As is usually the case, bonus packs won’t work (tested it). Subtotal is $29.94 (using the $4.99 size), less three of the $5/2 new P&G insert coupons. Get back $10, which you roll into the next transaction. I paid with my REDcard, got a bag discount and ended up spending under $5 per transaction with tax (about 82¢ a bottle).
Target also has a Buy 3 Fructis products and get a free styling product. I picked up two clearance hair colors ($2 coupons in 7/13 rp) and one shampoo ($1 coupon in 7/13 rp) and got the paste for free.
Target has a great sale on this Hampton Forge 15 piece Continental Cutlery set – $29.99, down from $60.99! Read the reviews – the bad ones are hysterical! Several people had handles break while slicing cheese (3 people in one family alone!), while two people seem to have written word-for-word reviews years apart…Oh, and don’t put these knives in the dishwasher ’cause they’ll fall apart. And the knife block is only two pieces of wood glued together (gasp!) hope these people aren’t breeding…
Apparently Summer is over because the stores are dumping stuff to make room for Christmas items! Frankly, fire pits make a whole heck of a lot more sense in the Fall, right? So why not grab this deal in either size and toast your marshmallows in style! This Smith & Hawken Premium Copper Cauldron Fire Bowl with Screen is available in two sizes for roughly 65% off list.
Smart-ass FirstBorn sees this display and says “Oh, finally you bought something for me!” I said, don’t be an idiot – they’re backups in case of another flood! Kids. So the Centrum vitamins are all from Walgreens, which I’ve posted about earlier (this is really a great price to stock up with) and all the pads and tampons are from Target using a combination of the $5/$15 store coupon from the 7/20 ad, $2 coupons from the July P&G, 5% Cartwheel and my REDcard. I bought these more expensive items because they generate a $5 gift card for each set of three. Weirdly enough, I had both the Pearl and Infinity pads on my Cartwheel for 5% off when I walked in Target, but one disappeared while I was in line and I had to re-add it. OOP for each box was about $1.50.
Here’s how I wasted my Sunday after leaving the flea market:
You could pull up the in-stock inventory at any of your local Targets on Sunday morning to see that most never had more than 25 in stock to begin with (not real time, so as of Saturday). Readers complained they were at the first of 5 or 6 stores at 8 am and found empty shelves in all. A SuperTarget that only had 3? Come on, now! I didn’t find a single product on the shelf. And if P&G is playing games with deliveries (as I’ve read), what does this mean for us?
The Schweppes seltzer waters were $1 with a $1 RR. Planned to roll the Starbucks $1RR into this one because I like the lemon-lime seltzer. The plain one was the only one coming up at $1 (the other two flavors were $1.90 or 2/$3); NONE of the varieties generated a RR. Walgreens is aware of the issue, given the number of store comments on their corporate site.
Stopped in my local Jewel on Saturday to grab a few Fruit H2Os that were free with the Sunday SS coupon. Apparently not all stores carry this now! If your Jewel cannot get this product in for you (it’s brought in by the 7-UP driver), then call some of the larger stores. I’ve heard that some of you are getting the full $1.25 value, even though the coupon requires a cashier to enter the price (currently on sale for 10/$10). That’s some nice overage!