I went to Target today for my $1 Eggo Waffles… did you?
I was very excited to find my store fully stocked with waffles. They had them in the normal spot and also in one of the end-freezers. I managed to clear some room in my freezer, but I plan to go back for a second round at the end of the week. My boys go through at least a full box in one sitting, so unfortunately these won’t last long at my house! I brought home everything in the picture for a net price of $22.14! Here’s what I bought today…
(12) Eggo Waffles – $2.00 Each
(6) 12ct Pop Tarts – $2.75 Each
(2) Tropicana Farmstand Juice – $3.00 Each
(12) Bounce Sheets 34ct – $1.97 Each
USED (2) $1/3 Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts or Pop-Tarts Mini Crisps, exp. 4/14/13 (RP 03/03/13 R)
AND (2) $1/1 Tropicana Farmstand Bottle, exp. 4/28/13 (RP 03/03/13)
AND (4) $3/3 Tide, Boost, Downy or Bounce exp. 3/31/13 (P&G 03/03/13)
AND (4) $3/3 Laundry Care Items TARGET Coupon (SS 3/3/13)
Paid $42.14, Got Back (4) $5 Target Gift Cards
The Bounce was FREE after the coupon stack! The Target Coupons in today’s Smart Source insert are NOT limited to one per guest like the Target Web Coupons are, so you can purchase up to (12) in one transaction if you have (4) of each coupon! The Tropicana Farmstand Juice was a nice surprise for the gift card deal. It works out to be ONLY $1.00 per bottle after the coupon and gift card. I haven’t tried it yet, but it sounds like something my guys would like. I took a stroll down the cereal aisle, and unfortunately the Cocoa Krispies are NOT included in the gift card offer so I skipped the cereal deal!
While planning your trip, keep in mind, per the Target Coupon Policy you can only use (4) identical coupons per household, per day!