Friday, February 18, 2011
Target Trip: Spent less than $4.60!
My personal goal for the day was to spend less than $20 on our grocery trip to Publix and our personal care trip to target. We did very well and met our goal, with $8.15 to spare! Everything we bought at Target came out to just $4.49. The details on how we made that happen are outlined below.
Glade Sparkle of Spring Spray: $2.99 (we bought two)
(-2) $1/1 Glade Seasonal Aircare purchase Target store coupon (Target.com printable)
(-2) $1/1 Glade Premium Room Spray manufacturer coupon (EatBetterAmerica.com)
Final Price: $0.99 each
Vaseline Intensive Rescue Lotion (with free Q-Tips attached): $2.69
(-1) Vaseline Intensive Rescue Skin Care lotion Target store coupon (Target.com printable)
(-1) Vaseline Intensive Rescue Item manufacturer coupon (Red Plum 1/30/2011)
Final Price: $0.69
Vaseline Men's Lotion (with free Q-Tips attached): $2.69
(-1) Vaseline for Men Lotion Target store coupon (Target.com printable)
(-1) Vaseline for Men Lotion manufacturer coupon (Red Plum 1/30/2011)
Final Price: $0.69
Note: We found these on the endcaps about two aisles down from the lotion. So, stroll around for a bit if you're not able to find them at first.
Aquafresh Extreme Clean (Travel Size): $0.97 (we bought two)
(-2) $1/1 Any Aquafresh Extreme Clean Toothpaste manufacturer coupon (Aquafresh.com printable)
Final Price: FREE!
Note: If printing the Aquafresh coupon, scroll to the bottom of the page to find this specific coupon. It'll be the second to last coupon on the page.
Men's Degree Deodorant: $1.97 (we bought two)
(-1) $2/2 Degree deodorants Target store coupon (Redplum.com printable)
(-1) $0.75/1 Degree deodorant manufacturer coupon (Red Plum 1/30/2011)
Final Price: $0.59 each.
Note: We would have used two of the $0.75/1 coupons, but we only have one. If you have two, go ahead and used them to further your savings. Your final price will be only $0.22 each!