$3 Movies at Target

by Marcy on August 5, 2009 · 0 comments

I know that it is hard for some of us (namely, ME!) to think about shopping for Christmas gifts already, but here is a great deal for you that might work for Christmas or even birthdays.

Print this coupon and take it to Target where you can save $2 off of all Columbia movies. Many of these movies are just $5 at Target, making them just $3 after coupon! This coupon is valid through 10/31/09 and can be printed multiple times.

My friend Karen scoped them out these week and came away with some great movies for her girls for Christmas.

Have you already used this coupon? What movies were you able to find?

Find my complete list of sale and coupon match ups at Target this week here.

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1 Anonymous August 5, 2009 at 7:10 PM

A lot of these are $3.99 this week at Best Buy too, so $1.99 after coupon!

2 Jaime August 5, 2009 at 7:26 PM

We got Elmo in Grouchland for my son! It was 3 dollars after coupon.

3 Rachel August 5, 2009 at 8:28 PM

We got Muppets from space for $3.00. Some of the movies also have this coupon on them.

4 Stephanie August 5, 2009 at 8:51 PM

Yeah, I got Hitch for $1.99 at Best Buy this week!

5 Anonymous August 6, 2009 at 1:17 AM

Wanted to let you know that there are a bunch of sony movies in the $5 bin at walmart as well. We bought 6 and used a coupon for each of them! Some of the ones I got were: 13 going on 30, Matilda, Little Women, Big Daddy, Radio, The Fifth Element… We will be going to Best Buy on Friday to see what they have and will look for the kiddos for Christmas!

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