Target Deals: Juicy Juice 50 cents per Bottle and More Really Great Deals

targetlogo Target Deals: Juicy Juice 50 cents per Bottle and More Really Great Deals

It’s a hopping week of deals at Target, there’s quite a few free grocery items you can pick up for free or very cheap. But first I want to let you know that the Juicy Juice deal i blogged about on Friday just got even better. Target released a coupon for $1 off Juicy Juice 64oz bottle.  The Juicy Juice 64oz bottle is on on temporary price cut for $2 each now through 1/9.  This is how you can get two bottles for $1 total!

Buy two Juicy juice 64oz bottle $2
Use two $1/2 Juicy juice printable coupons
Use two $1/1 Target store coupons
Pay $1 total after coupons

Here are some of the weekly deals available right now:

Smart Ones Frozen Entrees $1.89/ea, Get a $5 Target Gift Card when you buy 10
Use $5/10 Smart Ones Printable coupon (IE Link) (Ff Link) or $4/10 printable coupon (IE Link) (FF Link)
Pay as little as $0.89 each after coupon and gift card  Thanks Krazy Coupon Lady!

Kelloggs Special K Cereal $2.39
Use $5/4 manufacturer printable coupon
Use $0.50/1 Target store coupon
Pay as little as $0.64 per box after coupons

Dannon Activia Yogurt (4 pk) $2/ea
Use $1/1 manufacturer coupon in 10/4 & 11/1 Smart Source inserts
Pay $1 each after coupon

Campbells Select Harvest Soup $1.25
Use $1.50/3 Select Harvest printable coupon or $1/1  printable coupon
Pay $0.25 each after coupon wyb three

Solo Tableware (plates, cups, bowls) $2.50/ea
Use $1/1 manufacturer coupon in 12/6 Smart Source insert
Pay $1.50/ea

LeapFrog Tag and Tag Junior Software/Books $9.99/ea
Use $2/1 Tag Junior printable coupon and $4/1 Tag printable coupon or $4/1 in Parade Magazine 1/3
Pay $5.99-7.99 each after coupon

Finish/Electrasol Dish Washing Tabs $3.49/ea
Use $2.50/1 manufacturer coupon in 1/3 Smart Source insert
Pay $0.99 each after coupon

GE Reveal Light Bulbs (4 pk, 60 watt) $2/ea
Use $1/1coupon in 1/3 Smart Source insert or $1.50/1 printable coupon
Pay as little as $0.50 each after coupon

Scotties Facial Tissue $1 ea
Use $1/1 Scotties printable coupon
Free after coupon

Plus some ongoing deals:

Archer Farms Ham Steaks look for the small packages priced around $2
Use $2/1 Target store coupon here
FREE after coupon

Johnson’s Buddies Bars $0.97
Use $1/1 manufacturer coupon from 1/3 RP insert
FREE after coupon

Rolaids (3 pk) – $1.57/ea
Use $4/2 in 1/3 Red Plum insert
Free plus overage after coupon

Wonka Gummies $1.57/ea
Use $1/1 printable coupon
Pay $0.57 each after coupon

Check out all of this week’s Target deals over at Stretching a Buck.

Planning a shopping trip to Target? Take with you a copy of their Coupon Policy and Price Match FAQ for a smoother experience.

Comments

  1. Erin says:

    Just wanted to add there has been a free smart ones desert coupon in most Smart ones lately. not sure if it can be used with the other q but thought i’d throw it out there.

  2. Ruth says:

    Kashi cereal is on sale for $2.75
    Attached to each box was a $3.00/2 manufacture coupon
    Combined with the $.75/1 Target coupons made each box only $.50!

  3. Lindsey says:

    Buy two Juicy juice 64oz bottle $2 (2 bottles for $4)
    Use ONE $1/2 Juicy juice printable coupons (2 bottles for $3)
    Use two $1/1 Target store coupons (2 bottles for $1)
    Pay $1 total after coupons

  4. pennyscents says:

    When trying to print the $1.00 off Campbell’s Select Harvest I get a message that tells me sorry you do not qualify for this offer.

  5. alyssa says:

    I’m only getting a .50 coupon from scotties

  6. pennyscents says:

    When you go to the site there is a box where it asks if you are a regular user of Scotties.

    Select yes, you get the .50 cent coupon.
    Select no, you get the $1.00 off coupon.

  7. kristi says:

    i followed the link for the scotties tissue, i got a 50c/1 coupon, not a $1/1??

    • kristi says:

      sorry…i didnt refresh my screen…i see about the dollar…but i did get the same response that i didnt qualify for the $1/1 soup

  8. heidih says:

    Am I crazy or does the math on that special K cereal deal not work out to 64 cents a box? Isn’t it 90 cents? Still a good deal,

  9. The Duchess says:

    I’ve tried the $5/10 Smart Ones link on 3 different puters and it says I’ve printed the limit… though I’ve printed none. 8-(

  10. Stephanie says:

    The Wonka Gummies are also on sale at Kroger for $1.00 so the are free there with coupon :-)

  11. kristi says:

    i got the special k cereals down to 36c each!! i used the $5/4, 2 50c off (from target website…it would only let me print 2), $1 off granola (target website, on the sale sticker it said that the vanilla one is granola) and i used the $1 off blueberry (walmart would not let me use the buy one get one free and the $1 off…it worked out better this way!

    $2.36 x 4= $9.44
    minus $1.00 (2 .50c coupons)
    minus $1.00 for blue berry
    minus $1.00 for granola
    minus $5.00/4 coupon
    = $1.44 total
    1.44/4 = .36c each box

    what an awesome deal!!!

  12. Kimberly says:

    Thanks for sharing these great deals! I’ve passed a few along to my readers: http://dealfindingmama.blogspot.com/2010/01/target-deals-through-19.html

  13. Laura says:

    There is a Leap Frog coupon in Parade from the 1/3 Sunday newspaper for $4 off any Tag book or Leapster game, exp 1/31/10!

  14. Katherine says:

    You can also price match Special K bars from the Walgreens ad (if they aren’t already on sale? I haven’t gone shopping yet this week) for 2/$5.

    Use two $1/1 Target printables and one $1/2 from inserts (sorry forget which one) or printable (again, sorry, forget where I got it, but if you have one). This makes them $1 a box. Maybe someone else can remember specifics about these?

  15. Vicky says:

    Heads up. I could not print the Smart Ones coupons. When I went to Target, there were peelies for $4 off 10. Great deal!

  16. Amy says:

    I went into my Target looking to hit the Juicy Juice deal and was pleasantly surprised to find one variety of Healthy Choice meals discounted to $1 each. So after using the $5/5 Healthy Choice coupon that is out there I got 2 bottles of Juice and 5 meals for a grand total of…$1.07!

  17. Karen says:

    Hit Target for the Juice and Ham Steak. They we out of juice but their spiral cut Archer farms hams were on sale for .99 per lb and I used the $2 there to get a 9lb ham for $7. As a beginner at this I was pretty excited.

  18. Kelly says:

    Is the $5/4 manufacturer printable coupon a Taget-specific coupon? I know it prints out from target.com with the Target symbol on it, but it says manufacturer coupon, and there’s a remit-to address…so can it be used anywhere? I’m new to this, and still learning the ropes. Thanks!

  19. Holly says:

    FYI: I was playing in the clearance and on an end cap I actually found two Tag books marked 50% to $6.98 – after I pulled out the Tag $4 off coupon I intended to use on the books that were $9.99, I got three books at $2.98 each. It seemed to only be The Cat in the Hat & Fancy Nancy at the Museum, but as all my friends’ kids have readers (thanks to you the summer clearance deal where they were $2.48), I stocked up for birthday presents.

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