Going on till 4/9 there is a special purchase when you buy Nature Made Fish Oils soft gel 250 ct, you get a free Nature Made Vitamin D 100 ct. Here are 2 way you can use this new Target coupon:

Nature Made Fish Oil SoftGel, 250 ct $14.49
$5.00/3 – Nature Made Vitamins or Supplements, Target Coupon – (target.com)
$1.00/1 – Nature Made Product – (naturemade.com)
$1.00/1 – Nature Made Fish Oils – (naturemade.com)

Nature Made Vitamin D Tablets, 100 ct $6.59
$5.00/3 – Nature Made Vitamins or Supplements, Target Coupon – (target.com)
$1.00/1 – Nature Made Product – (naturemade.com)
$1.00/1 – Nature Made Vitamin D – (naturemade.com)

Buy 1 Nature Made Fish Oil SoftGel, 250 ct $14.49
Buy 1 Nature Made Viatmin D Tablets, 100 ct $6.59 (Free)
Buy 1 Nature Made Vitamin B Complex, 100 caplets $5.49
Use $5.00/3 – Nature Made Vitamins or Supplements, Target Coupon – (target.com)
And Use $1.00/1 – Nature Made Fish Oils – (naturemade.com)
And Use $1.00/1 – Nature Made Vitamin D – (naturemade.com)
And Use $1.00/1 – Nature Made Vitamin B – (naturemade.com)
Final Price: $3.99 each

Nature Made Vitamin B Complex, 100 caplets $5.49
$5.00/3 – Nature Made Vitamins or Supplements, Target Coupon – (target.com)
$1.00/1 – Nature Made Product – (naturemade.com)
$1.00/1 – Nature Made Vitamin B – (naturemade.com)

Buy 3 Nature Made Vitamin B Complex, 100 caplets $5.49
Use $5.00/3 – Nature Made Vitamins or Supplements, Target Coupon – (target.com)
And Use 3 $1.00/1 – Nature Made Product – (naturemade.com)
Final Price: $2.82 each

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4 thoughts on “Target: Nature Made Vitamin Deal”

  1. Rebecca says:

    I did this deal today at Target. I had some higher value mfg coupons from last month’s All You magazine.

    250 ct. Fish Oil $14.49
    100 ct. Vitamin D $6.04 (free with purchase of fish oil)
    100 ct. Vitamin B complex $4.99

    I used a $4 off mfg coupon on the fish oil, a $3 off mfg. coupon on the vitamin D, and a $1 off mfg coupon for the vitamin B. I stacked these with the $5 off 3 Target coupon, and 2 $1 off 1 Target coupons (I have a favorite cashier too!). So, $25.52 worth of vitamins for $10.53.

    Also, on this same trip I got 2 free 24 ct. Up&Up ibuprofin using the $1/1 Target coupons and free 50 ct. Excedrin extra strength by stacking the $3 off Target coupon and a $1 off mfg. coupon. With these deals I actually ended up with $0.63 in overage towards the rest of my purchase.

  2. Joey Lawton (Female) says:

    THANK YOU! It’s good to know! I find the younger males are more excepting. Probably cause they are more easy going.

  3. Joey Lawton (Female) says:

    On your first deal…the one where they would be $3.99 each. How can you use $1 off the Vitamin D, when you are already getting it for free??? I’m all for it if it works, but sometimes cashiers over analyze and/or wont let you use some Q’s.

    • TheKrazy Coupon Lady says:

      It is not against there policy to use a coupon on a free item, but some cashers will not let you. Every Store is different about how they accept coupons. If they dont take the coupon then you can return it, but you will lose your coupons. Then you will know next time who will let you and who will not. I have a favorite casher that I go to when I go to Target, he pushes coupons through. :)