Extreme Couponing Tip: Target.com Coupons

“Which Target.com coupons are manufacturer coupons and which are Target Web Coupons?”
Some coupons printed from Target.com are manufacturer coupons, though most are Target Web Coupons, which means they can be stacked with a manufacturer coupon for extra savings. The manufacturer coupons printed off Target.com cannot be stacked with other manufacturer coupons.
To see which coupons from Target.com will print out as manufacturer coupons or as Target coupons, check our Printable Coupon Database.

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WHY ARE SOME PEOPLE ALLOWED TO USE MORE THAN ONE TARGET COUPON PER TRANSACTION AND OTHER PEOPLE ARE CONSTANTLY BEING HARRASSED SAYING ONLY ONE PER TRANSACTION. THIS IS BOGUS.

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WHY ARE SOME PEOPLE ALLOWED TO USE MORE THAN ONE TARGET COUPON PER TRANSACTION AND OTHER PEOPLE ARE CONSTANTLY BEING HARRASSED SAYING ONLY ONE PER TRANSACTION. THIS IS BOGUS.

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Well I guess noone has ever ran across my problem 4 post down. Guess I’ll just have to wing it!

kb: You can only use 1 target and 1 manufacturer coupon on same purchase. But if one states buy 2 and the other one states buy 1 then you have to buy 2 to get the deal. But remember you can only Use 1 target coupon of the same product per purchase. The only way to go around it is if you Do more then 1 transaction.
Hope that helps a little.

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i recently began to confuse myself, would you mind going over stacking coupons when you have coupons that have you buy multiple with other coupons?

example-
buy 2 get $1.00 off target coupon
buy 1 get $.50 off target coupon
buy 2 get $.50 off manufacturer coupon
buy 1 get $.25 off manufacturer coupon

what are some possible scenarios? how about when you have multiples of the same coupon?

i don’t mind if you’d like to address this in a post, i’m sure others get confused too, but any insight would be helpful.

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When I went to Target tonight I had a Coupon for a free bottle of Suave Naturals, free Sharpie highlighters and free John Frieda hair care..now the max value on the Frieda was 12.99 and store price was 11.99..they would not honor the coupon because they said the new store policy was that I had to purchase a product by that name to get the product free. If so, then why didn’t I have to buy something else Suave or Sharpie? Was it truthfully because the item was 11.99?

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Was the John Frieda coupon an Internet Printable or was it a free product certificate/ coupon that they mailed you?
If it was the former, then they are correct– their policy states, “We do not accept internet coupons for free items with no purchase requirements.”
If it was the latter, then they probably should have honored it, especially if they honored the other 2.

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I’ve been having trouble printing out the Target coupons for the last 2 days. I’m not getting any picture of the item itself that usually appears to the right of the product description, & not getting the red target symbol or the wording that reads ” EXPECT MORE,PAY LESS’ Does anyone know if they will still accept them like this?

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same happened to me and i used it today with no problems.

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What is your opinion on the Target coupons as far as copying them? Since nothing changes on the actual coupon when you print it a second time I wonder if it’s ok to treat it as a PDF style coupon. thank!!

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It will let u print more than one, but will stop u if u try to print too many times.

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Never never photocopy ANY coupon, ever. The good rule of thumb is print out as many copies as your computer lets you and stop there. Even pdf coupons should be directly printed from the site (and not scanned/ photocopied and printed from a copy of the coupon).

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I have a question about Target coupons vs. manufacturer coupons. When I went to Target after I paid a coupon printed out from the little machine next to the register, now are those Target coupons which I can stack with manufacturer coupons or are those manufacturer coupons?
Thanks for your help

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Those are Target coupons, they’re similar to the Catalkinas at grocery stores. It should say somewhere on the coupon that it can only be used at Target….

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Not all the catalinas are Target coupons. If look at the top of coupon in the middle it will tell “Target Coupon” or “Manufacturer’s Coupon.” It is next to the expiration date.

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I meant to say “tell you if it is a”

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There are some that print out like catalinas at target that say manufacturer coupon, and some say target coupon.

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If the catalina prints out and says Maufacturer Coupon, but also says “redeem at Target” – is it ONLY redeemable at Target? Or is that merely a suggestion?

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If it says “Only”, then usually it can only be used there, though there are exceptions. Stores like Walmart, where they accept “Checkout Coupons” (Catalinas) that follow these guidelines:
Printed at our competitors’ registers for dollar/cents off on a specific item
Must have “Manufacturer Coupon” with specific item requirements printed on them
Must have a valid remit address for the manufacturer
Must have a valid expiration date
Must have a scannable bar code
http://walmartstores.com/7655.aspx

There are some grocery stores like Safeway that say: “Safeway will not accept manufacturer coupons (including, but not limited to, coupons issued through a Catalina or other in-store coupon dispenser) that display another retailer’s logo or name unless such coupon is for a specific item with the same product identifiers as the product included in our customer’s purchase transaction.” http://www.safeway.com/ifl/grocery/Coupons-Policy
So Safeway should take it if it’s an item they carry and has a remit address, but you’d want to bring the coupon policy with you just in case.
Also, a store like the Kroger affiliate Fred Meyer say, “Most Catalina coupons (the coupons that print out for you at our check stands) are manufacturer coupons and are stated as such. Catalina coupons that are printed with another retailer name may be accepted at Fred Meyer. Fred Meyer will receive credit for the coupon from the clearinghouse.” So in that case, you could probably use it there. http://www.fredmeyer.com/help/Pages/coupon_policy.aspx
Some stores like Albertsons forbid the acceptance of any coupon that features another store’s logo or name.
When in doubt, check out your local store’s Coupon Policy. This post features an extensive store list: http://thekrazycouponlady.com/?s=extensive+policy+list

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If it says “Only”, then usually it can only be used there, though there are exceptions. Stores like Walmart, where they accept “Checkout Coupons” (Catalinas) that follow these guidelines:
Printed at our competitors’ registers for dollar/cents off on a specific item
Must have “Manufacturer Coupon” with specific item requirements printed on them
Must have a valid remit address for the manufacturer
Must have a valid expiration date
Must have a scannable bar code
http://walmartstores.com/7655.aspx

There are some grocery stores like Safeway that say: “Safeway will not accept manufacturer coupons (including, but not limited to, coupons issued through a Catalina or other in-store coupon dispenser) that display another retailer’s logo or name unless such coupon is for a specific item with the same product identifiers as the product included in our customer’s purchase transaction.” http://www.safeway.com/ifl/grocery/Coupons-Policy
So Safeway should take it if it’s an item they carry and has a remit address, but you’d want to bring the coupon policy with you just in case.
Also, a store like the Kroger affiliate Fred Meyer say, “Most Catalina coupons (the coupons that print out for you at our check stands) are manufacturer coupons and are stated as such. Catalina coupons that are printed with another retailer name may be accepted at Fred Meyer. Fred Meyer will receive credit for the coupon from the clearinghouse.” So in that case, you could probably use it there. http://www.fredmeyer.com/help/Pages/coupon_policy.aspx
Some stores like Albertsons forbid the acceptance of any coupon that features another store’s logo or name.
When in doubt, check out your local store’s Coupon Policy. This post features an extensive store list: http://thekrazycouponlady.com/?s=extensive+policy+list

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If it says “Only”, then usually it can only be used there, though there are exceptions. Stores like Walmart, where they accept “Checkout Coupons” (Catalinas) that follow these guidelines:
Printed at our competitors’ registers for dollar/cents off on a specific item
Must have “Manufacturer Coupon” with specific item requirements printed on them
Must have a valid remit address for the manufacturer
Must have a valid expiration date
Must have a scannable bar code
http://walmartstores.com/7655.aspx

There are some grocery stores like Safeway that say: “Safeway will not accept manufacturer coupons (including, but not limited to, coupons issued through a Catalina or other in-store coupon dispenser) that display another retailer’s logo or name unless such coupon is for a specific item with the same product identifiers as the product included in our customer’s purchase transaction.” http://www.safeway.com/ifl/grocery/Coupons-Policy
So Safeway should take it if it’s an item they carry and has a remit address, but you’d want to bring the coupon policy with you just in case.
Also, a store like the Kroger affiliate Fred Meyer say, “Most Catalina coupons (the coupons that print out for you at our check stands) are manufacturer coupons and are stated as such. Catalina coupons that are printed with another retailer name may be accepted at Fred Meyer. Fred Meyer will receive credit for the coupon from the clearinghouse.” So in that case, you could probably use it there. http://www.fredmeyer.com/help/Pages/coupon_policy.aspx
Some stores like Albertsons forbid the acceptance of any coupon that features another store’s logo or name.
When in doubt, check out your local store’s Coupon Policy. This post features an extensive store list: http://thekrazycouponlady.com/?s=extensive+policy+list

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