Target: Dr. Scholl’s Inserts for $1.34 Each

Currently at Target you can get a $5.00 Target giftcard when you purchase two Dr. Scholl’s foot care products. Here are two deal scenarios:

Buy 2 Dr. Scholl’s Massaging Gel Arch Support for Men $8.24 (Regular Price)
Use two $2/1 Dr. Scholl’s Massaging Gel Insole Coupons
or Use two $2.00/1 Dr. Scholl’s Massaging Insoles Coupons from All You Magazine June 2011
Pay $12.48 and receive a $5.00 Target giftcard
It’s like only paying $3.74 each

Buy 2 Dr. Scholl’s For Women Massaging Gel Heels $5.84 (Regular Price)
Use $2.00/1 Dr. Scholls’s For Her Product
or  Use $2.00/1 Dr. Scholl’s For Her Insoles
Pay $7.68 and receive a $5.00 Target giftcard
It’s like only paying $1.34 each

These are usually so expensive and this is a great deal I didn’t want you to miss.

Thanks, Save The Coupons!


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  • Julie Pyle

    Do you know why it doesn’t work to print coupons when I click on the links given, like the one above? I keep getting a message saying that it doesn’t support my printer or printer settings. This just started happening about a week ago and there are many coupons I’ve missed out on. Any suggestions??

  • roxanne

    I tried this deal today and according to the signage, very few of the products were included in the gift card promo. None of the Scholls for her were included.

  • Amber

    Does anyone know if you can buy 1 Massaging Gel Arch Support for Men and 1 Women Massaging Gel Heels and still get the gift card? Or can you only buy 2 of the same?

    • erica

      can be any 2 qualifying items

  • Lisa

    I got two of the lady’s hidden arches. Even though there wasn’t a sign and a GC notice did not come up at the register, if you read the sign, it clearly states ANY DR. SCHOLLS. So, they gave it to me. 🙂 hth

    • Amber

      I tried that, got a manager and everything. They still wouldn’t give me the gift card. I argued (very politely) about the wording on the signage, but they insisted that the Dr. Scholl’s were excluded because they didn’t have the sign. I’m writing Target now. Hopefully they’ll honor it.