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Target deals 3/2: Nutella, Pepsi, apples & bottled water

Posted March 2, 2014

Target, Cary


There are a few deals in the Target ad worth mentioning this week including Nutella, Pepsi, apples & bottled water.

Pepsi, Canada Dry, 7UP products, 2 ltr, 5 for $5 (or $1.19 each) - 5% Cartwheel deal

Nutella, 13 oz, $2.99 - BOGO coupon from 2/2 SS = $1.49 each

Market Pantry bottled water, 24 pack, $2.50 ($2 or less is my buy price but if you are in need, this isn't a bad price) - 5% Cartwheel deal

Gala or Granny Smith apples, 3 lb bag (at stores with fresh groceries), $2.99 - 5% Cartwheel deal

Thanks to Scoutmom for posting that there are also Cartwheel deals for 5% off the apples, various sodas, and bottled water!


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  • kellymmigliore Mar 3, 2014

    If you update your cartwheel app, there is now a scan feature. I tried it on a greeting card yesterday and found all birthday cards were 15% off and then I proceeded to try it on several other items and got 5% off lotion and face wipes!

  • scoutmomof2 Mar 2, 2014

    In looking at the target mobile coupons there are several that would pair nicely with the $20/$50 coupon also. There is one for Palmolive, another for Gain or Tide, another for either Bounty or Charmin, still another for Mr. Clean, windex or pledge.

  • scoutmomof2 Mar 2, 2014

    Thank you RFB. That makes the apple deal even better since you can stack these with everything else.

  • RaleighFoodBlogger Mar 2, 2014

    There are also new Target mobile coupons for $1 each off fresh fruit, veggies and meat if you text SPRING to 827438 Love these! If you haven't used them before, they just send you a link to your phone. You just show the scan code on your phone to the cashier as you check out.

  • scoutmomof2 Mar 2, 2014

    oops, I mistake since Target doesn't have a loyalty card to attach to savingstar those won't apply, but still a decent price with coupons, the free one and redcard discount.

  • scoutmomof2 Mar 2, 2014

    Oh and for those who do not know, the cartwheel deal isn't like other zvrs or anything, it doesn't have a limit and doesn't go away the first time you use it. It stays until the expiration date.

  • scoutmomof2 Mar 2, 2014

    Well, I always preferred Target to Walmart, but my oldest started as a seasonal employee this past year, so he gets an additional 10% off in addition to all the other stuff. The really cool thing is he really pays attention to getting all the money he can off an item. Right now there is also a Oscar Mayer P3 cartwheel for 50% off, (yes 50%, no typo) plus you can get another 5% for redcard and there is a 0.75 printable out there right now.

  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Mar 2, 2014

    Thanks for the many Target deals, Scoutmom! You are definitely a Target regular. lol I will add your additional cartwheel deals above. :-)

  • scoutmomof2 Mar 2, 2014

    Their Smart Ones dinners are $1.89, Buy 5 get one free. This would go a long way to meeting the saving start requirement to get $4 back plus there are always coupons out there for these products. There is also a free Kraft Mac and Cheese product when you buy any two participating Kraft products (which there are tons of coupons for).

  • scoutmomof2 Mar 2, 2014

    If you are going to get the Otterbox at Target ($5 giftcard with the purchase of ANY otterbox) there is also a 10% cartwheel (plus 5% recard) available.