Deals at Target & Coupon Matchups 6/24/12

by Beth Montgomery on June 24, 2012 · 3 comments

in Store Deals, Target

Deals at Target & Coupon Matchups

Target Sale: June 24-30, 2012

Target sales are nationwide, but the items included in your local Target weekly circular may be different.  Make sure to peek at the Target’s online weekly circular to find everything that’s on sale this week. Brands and stock vary store-to-store. Sales are only valid on items carried by your store. Read tips and hints to save at Target to really maximize your savings. And don’t forget to keep the Target coupon policy in your coupon holder to help you (and your cashier) when needed.

If some of our lingo confuses you, you aren’t alone! Check out the coupon terms and abbreviations cheat sheet to help you translate. Something on YOUR list that’s not on OURS? Search the In Good Cents Coupon Database before heading to the store!

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Gift Card Deals
Special Buys
Snacks & Candy
Special Foods
Meat & Seafood
Dairy & Refrigerated
Frozen Foods
Personal Care
Health & Pharmacy
Household Cleaning
Home & Storage
Pet Care
Toys & Games

Before you shop, make sure you check out all the grocery store deals and Target deals!

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1 Melissa June 26, 2012 at 12:53 PM

At which stores are the K-Y Yours+Mine (3 oz.) $6.99? At my store it’s $14.99

2 Beth June 26, 2012 at 3:23 PM

Melissa, I tried to get this ad together early so everyone would have the deals as early as possible, so I used a preview of the ad. Apparently, it had the price wrong, because it’s $14.99. I’ll fix that. That’s one reason I hate trying to put these together without the actual ad. Double edge sword… is it better to get it out early with mistakes or later with the actual ad without those errors? I can see it both ways. Thanks.

3 Melissa June 27, 2012 at 10:44 AM

I appreciate your site, and either way you do it, it’s helpful :)

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