How to Plan the Perfect Target Coupon Strategy

How to Plan the Perfect Target Coupon Strategy

If you enjoy using coupons when you shop and rely on them to stretch your budget like I do, you should know that Target is one of the best places to redeem your coupons. Target has a generous coupon policy (will vary from store to store, so be sure to check your local store for specific policies) and with the right strategy you can save some serious cash. Check out these tips for how to plan the perfect Target coupon strategy, so you can buy all of your Target favorites for less.

1) Download the Target with Cartwheel App

First, download the Target app, now with Cartwheel included instead of two different apps. This free app offers all sorts of deals on items found at your local Target store including sheets, pillows, holiday décor, food items, and more. Most of these are percentage off coupons, and redeeming them is as simple as scanning your phone!

2) Print Coupons at Target.com

Next, print off coupons from Target.com. These coupons are distributed by Target and can be stacked with Cartwheel offers. Did you hear that? You can STACK these two savings on top of each other. So if you find a 10% off Cheerios coupon on Cartwheel, you can stack it with the $1/1 Cheerios coupon found on Target.com!

3) Clip Manufacturer Coupons

Are you ready to keep strategizing? Now, look for coupons in your Sunday circulars! These can also be stacked in addition to your Target.com and Cartwheel coupons. That means if you find a $1/1 Cheerios manufacturer coupon, you can stack it with the $1 Target.com and 10% off Cartwheel coupon for even more savings.

4) Stack Coupons on Gift Card Deals

Sometimes Target offers a $5 gift card if you buy a certain amount of designated products. So let’s say they are offering a $5 gift card if you buy 3 General Mills Cereals. Since Cheerios is General Mills, you can use the Carthweel, Target.com, and manufacture coupon on this purchase, helping you get to that $5 gift card for even less!

5) Use Gift Cards from Your Last Haul on Future Purchases

You can’t use your $5 gift card on the current purchase, but you can use it on your next purchase. So find another Cartwheel/Target.com/Manufacture coupon trio you can stack in order to get a great deal, then use your $5 gift card to get your final walkout price down even lower!

6) Look for Peelies

Last but not least, look for the peel and stick coupons found on many food and health care packages. If you don’t have a manufacturer coupon for an item, you can use one of these peel and stick coupons. Since these count as a manufacturer coupon, you can use it with a Cartwheel deal and Target.com coupon. You just can’t stack it with any other manufacturer coupon.

As you can see, you can easily stack your way to big savings! Download the Target with Cartwheel app, head to Target.com for more coupons, and be sure to check out those Sunday papers for even more savings. When you stack and take advantage of gift card deals, you are sure to enjoy some serious savings!

 

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