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Cheap Wish-Bone Salad Spritzers and Dressing at Target!

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20 thoughts on “Cheap Wish-Bone Salad Spritzers and Dressing at Target!”

  1. NIKKI says:

    CAN YOU USE A COUPON THAT SAYS BUY 2 SAVE 1.50 THEN TURN AND STACK 2 ADDITIONAL COUPONS FOR EACH ITEM .40 CENTS OFF OF EACH?

  2. aahley says:

    Your right it is 56 cents but you have to buy two, so that’s 28 cents each.

  3. Jessica says:

    Question about Target’s coupon policy… It says that they accept one manufacturer and one store coupon for one item (unless prohibited) Every single one of these coupons says “limit one coupon per purchase”…. does that mean you can’t use one manufacturer with one target coupon. Any clarification would be helpful.

  4. Babs says:

    The .40 coupons come in your email. That’s how I got mine.

  5. carmen says:

    I signed up a couple times (and for newsletter) and it still isnt bringing up any coupons. what am i doing wrong?

  6. Krista says:

    I did this deal yesterday, but with the $.40 cpns… 2 totaled to be $.45 cents.. still a great bargain :)

  7. Michelle says:

    Turns out the $0.40 coupon arrives with the newsletter. I was able to print 2.

  8. Michelle says:

    I signed up at wishbone.com and it says there are no prints available. :(

  9. kathy says:

    Each time I’ve tried to sign-up on wishbone.com, I haven’t gotten a coupon. Help!

  10. lisa says:

    I can not locate any wishbone coupons on Target.com : (

  11. Alex says:

    Can’t print the coupon:(

  12. Ariel says:

    I filled the form out on the wishbone website and then when I went to print my coupon it said there were none available for the promotion. Anywhere else I can get the coupon?

  13. Melissa says:

    Has anyone bought the Wish-bone salad spritzers lately? I bought some shortly after they came out. Thought it was a great concept but was very disappointed. Maybe they were from a bad batch, but they were absolutely horrible. Extremely bitter and nasty tasting. I had bought several and ended up throwing them all away.

  14. Beth says:

    It appears that the $.75/1 coupon no longer works. The $.40/1 is working though.

  15. Em says:

    Will someone explain to me how this is 28 cents. From the way I figured it the final cost is 56 cents. Maybe I am doing something wrong.

    1.43+1.43=2.86-1.50=1.36-.40-.40=.56 total.

    If I am wrong please explain to me how to get 28 cents.

  16. Beth says:

    It appears that the $.75/1 coupon no longer works. The $.40 one does work though, and I was able to print two of them.