Oct 072011
This morning I went to Target to take advantage of thee Target price match policy, as I had spotted a sale on 8th Continent soy milk at a local grocery store, which I never go to because it is out of my way. The local grocery store had 8th Continent Soy Milk on sale at $2.49 versus Targets regular price of $2.77. While the difference isn’t much, it did save me $0.84 cents, and because I had some great $2 off 8th Continent Soymilk coupons, it just made the deal even better.
How To Use the Target Price Match Policy:
  • The product featured (in the photo) in the ad has to be identical to the product that Target carries (same size, same flavor etc.).
  • You need to bring the competitor ad (the entire ad) to Target’s Customer Service counter.

My Target Price Match Shopping Trip:
3 x 8th Continent Soy Milk reg. $2.77 – Target Price Match at $2.49 each = $7.47 – (3 x $2 8th Continent Coupons IP – NLA) = $1.47 ($0.49 each)
2 x Target Orange Juice @ $2.29 each = $4.58 – $1/2 Target Coupon = $3.58 ($1.79 each)

2 x Target Bagels @ $1.24 each = $2.48 – $1/2 Target Coupon = $1.48 ($0.74 each)
Tostinos Pizza $1.27 – Free Totinos Coupon = Free
– $0.10 Target Reusable Bag Discount
Taxes $0
Total out of pocket $6.43

Total saved $10.21

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