New Target Coupons and Target Deals: Cheap Ziploc Bags and Free Special K Crackers


There are new Target coupons available this week.  I see a few possibilities for very inexpensive food.  i think the Deli cheese and deli meat coupons are great if you have a Super Target.

The Ziploc bags are a good deal

$4.98 for two boxes of Ziploc bags
Use BOGO coupon from 5/3 SS inserts
Use $0.40/1 any Ziploc bag from 5/10 SS insert
Use $1/1 Target coupon (or two if your store allows you to use more than 1 Target coupon per transaction)
Pay as little as $0.09 or $1.09 for two boxes of Ziploc bags

Here are the rest of the new Target coupons available:

50¢ off Green Giant Iceberg Lettuce or 3-ct. Romaine Hearts
$1 off 1-lb. or more Archer Farms® deli cheese
$1.50 off 1-lb. or more Archer Farms® deli meat
50¢ off Pace salsa
$1 off With purchase of two boxed meals Tuna Helper Chicken Helper Hamburger Helper
$1 off Ming Tsai dry dinner kit
$1 off Gain Laundry detergent or Fabric softener
$1 off Ziploc Bags or Containers
$1 off With purchase of both Produce item and 20-ct. Hefty Fresh Extend bags

You can print your Target coupons from the Hotcouponworld Target Coupon Generator.  While you are there you may notice that the coupon for $2/1 Softsoap Ensembles is now available!! So, you can use it to get some FREE Softsoap Ensembles again.

Here are some of the deals available at Target this week:

Buy any three Special K cereal ($2.39) and get a free box of Special K Crackers (this is a store promotion)

$11.95  Grab Three boxes of cereal and two boxes of Special K Crackers
– $2.39 when you use B2G1 Manufacturer coupon (buy two cereals get free box of Special K Crackers)
-$3  when you use three $1/1 coupons from 6/7 RP insert
-$2.39 deducted by the Target register to honor store promotion
= Pay $4.17 for three boxes of Special K cereal and two boxes of Special K Crackers

That’s the best deal I see at Target this week.  But between this one and the Softsoap Gift card deal now that the Target coupon is available again, may make it worth a trip there.  Check out the rest of the weekly Target deals over at Stretching a Buck Blog.