My Monday Savings at Target

by Marcy on February 25, 2008 · 0 comments

Since we had been at home all weekend, I decided we needed to get out and run errands this morning. We went to Target and here are a few deals I found on groceries and kids summer clothes:

* I loaded up on shorts and t-shirts for my daughter, and for my niece’s birthday gift! A lot of the Circo brand shorts and t-shirts were 30% off, which made most of them $2.78/ea. I’m not sure when they were marked down, but my store still had a lot left. I was able to get 8 pairs of shorts and 7 t-shirts for about $46. If you look at the picture above, the 2 pairs of pink shorts in the bottom left of the photo and the denim and khaki shorts were all regular priced at $3.99 (still a good deal). Everything else was marked down to $2.78/ea. I did buy one size larger than normal as this brand of clothing seems to run small (in my opinion).

* Campbell’s Healthy Request Soups are $0.52/ea if you use a $0.40/2 coupon from your Sunday paper inserts, and these $0.50/1 Target coupons. This is a great deal especially on the creamed soups.

* I got a 6 pack of Propel (a weakness of mine!!) for about $2 after using a $0.40/1 Target coupon found here, and a $0.55/1 coupon from my Sunday paper inserts.

* The $1.00 bins were full of Sesame Street coloring pads, board books, and other kids books which are great for Easter baskets or small gifts for kids.

* A lot of the Easter candy was on sale for $2/ea. Instead of buying the Nestle Nest Eggs at CVS this week, I bought them at Target and got them for $1.50/ea after using this $1/2 coupon (you can print 2 of these).

* Cascadian Farms Granola Cereal is $2.79/box (reg. price). I used $1/1 coupons here (no print limit) and got this for $1.79/box. I don’t buy this all of the time…just for a treat when I see a good price.

And finally, thanks to S.B. for posting this $5/$25 toys coupon for Target on her blog. It doesn’t expire until Oct. 1st!


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