Venus razors $4.99 ea.- Get a $5 gift card wyb 2. I also had some $2/1 coupons to use on each razor, so I rolled that deal a few times, which made the next transactions of razors $0.70 ea after tax. :)
Up and Up ibuprofen $0.99 - used $1/1 Target coupon to get that free
Reduced Fat Cheez-Its (family pack) - Clearance priced at $2.08 - I didn't have a coupon, but that's a GREAT price.
Sally Hansen nail polish $1.93 ea. - Used $0.50/1 internet manufacturer coupon and stacked with $1/1 Target printed coupon to make each one $0.43.
Aveeno Active Naturals Continuous Protection Sunblock Spray SPF 70 - $8.99 - Used a $1.50/1 manufacturer coupon and stacked it with a $1/1 Target printed coupon for a final price of $6.49.
Suggestion: If you're going to use a bunch of coupons at Target, keep them organized. When I put the items in my cart, I take the coupons out of my binder and put them in my pocket - hence keeping all "like" coupons together. Then, when you get to checkout, you can hand them to the cashier - like coupons together. I had Ms. Marcia today at checkout...she is AWESOME!! She said she didn't mind the multiple transactions I did at all because I was very organized with my coupons and didn't just hand her a messy stack of them.
And please take note of my mental mistake. When you're doing gift card deals and will be rolling them, be sure if you have other non-gift card items that you save those for LAST so that you can have less OOP. I stupidly put all of mine in the first transaction. Yes, I have a $5 gift card to use on my next trip. However, I'd have much rather spent $5 less OOP today...oh well.
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