Friday, April 1, 2011 2 comments

Target $2.35 Money Maker Shopping Trip




I wanted to test the following deals for you, and sure enough they worked perfectly.  Not a single coupon beeped.  I did purchase an additional item we need (an ironing board) so the $2.35 was applied towards that and the tax.  Had I not purchased something else I’m not sure what would have happened.  I got everything pictured above for FREE!


Revlon Beauty Tools – $2.24 & $2.89
$5/2 Revlon Beauty Tool Catalina – This is the one I used today.
OR $2/1 Revlon Beauty Tool Target Coupon from the 2/20 SS
OR $2/1 Revlon Beauty Tool Coupon (Target website, but it is a manufacturer’s coupon)
Final Price: $0.13 for both!

I know many of you have said your store doesn’t carry Revlon tools, but I’ve found them in each store I’ve been in this week (3 different ones) if you haven’t checked the nail area, that’s where I’m finding them.  The eyelash curlers, tweezers, etc are all with the finger nail clippers and files.


Zyrtec 5ct Package – $4.76
$2/1 Zyrtec Product

$4/1 Zyrtec Allergy Relief TARGET coupon

Final Price: $1.24 Money Maker! – My store took the full $6 off each one, did yours?!

My store had these marked at the correct price of $2.99 on the shelf, but I noticed in the comments many of you were saying that at your store they were still marked at $4+ dollars.  I’d suggest scanning it, it seems many of  you also said it rang up at $2.99 even though it wasn’t marked on sale on the shelf.


Purex Complete Crystals – $2.99
$1/1 Purex Complete Crystals Softener TARGET coupon
$2/1 Purex Complete Crystals Softener 3/13/2011 RP Insert (exp 4/30/2011)
Final Price: FREE
Scott Bath Tissues, 12 MEGA pack (36 regular rolls) – $7.54
$1/1 Scott Bath Tissue 12 pack or larger
Final Price: $6.54 or $0.18 per regular roll – a great price!
























Thanks frugalfind

2 Response to Target $2.35 Money Maker Shopping Trip

April 2, 2011 at 9:56 PM

"My store had these marked at the correct price of $2.99 on the shelf, but I noticed in the comments many of you were saying that at your store they were still marked at $4+ dollars."

This is something that drives me nuts about CVS. They dont have sale prices marked on the shelves. Its really making me think twice about shopping their again. :(

April 2, 2011 at 10:37 PM

Did you know you can always scan the items at the Red Coupon Center (I call her Big Red Rosie lol) it will show you the price, plus any ECB that you may get with the purchase.

I love CVS, even though they have limits on the sale items, I often get many items there for free ~ I haven't paid for toothpaste or toothbrushes for over a year, all thanks to CVS lol

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