$1.00/1 – Act Mouthwash, Exclude Trial Size, Target Coupon – (target.com)

Be sure to print this great Target coupon that stacks nicely with a high-value manufacturer coupon and saves you over 60% on Act Sensitive Mouthwash at Target!

Act Sensitive Formula Mouthwash, 18 oz. $4.69, Regular Price
Use $2.00/1 Act Sensitive Formula Mouthwash from SS 4/15 (exp 5/26)
Or $1.00/1 Act bottle, 16.9 oz or larger from SS 4/15 (exp 5/26)
Or $1.50/2 – Act Mouthwash or Mouthrinse, 16.9oz or Larger – (smartsource.com)
And use $1.00/1 – Act Mouthwash, Exclude Trial Size, Target Coupon – (target.com)
Final Price: $1.69

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12 thoughts on “Act Sensitive Formula Mouthwash, Only $1.69 at Target!”

  1. beipooful says:

    How come I can’t find this Act sensitive mouthwash on the Target website to see if it’s in stock???

  2. Anonymous says:

    Thank you – I will do just that!  I will try to be patient & calm, but the last time this happened they had rang everything up before telling me that they couldn’t ring up two same items w/ MQ, so it totally through me off balance, if you know what I mean. And, yes, there were people behind me so I didn’t want to hold everyone up! But, you are right – it’s their choice, so I’ll just try to go with the flow!! Thanks for the advice! :)

  3. Anonymous says:

    Can we use a manufacturer’s coupon plus a registered reward at Walgreens?

  4. Anonymous says:

    Thank you both for your responses…..I’ll give it another shot when I go this weekend – there are a couple of things that I want and I want two of them…..two seperate items + two seperate MQ’s. It doesn’t seem like I should have to do two seperate transactions to do this, but I’ll see what they tell me!  Thank you again for you help!

    • Anonymous says:

      Go in with patience :) If they really want to make you do multiple transactions, that’s their choice. It seems that it would take from their time and other customers, but if you go in with time and patience and just go with their flow, you’ll be fine :)

  5. Anonymous says:

    I have a question that has been bothering me and I hope someone can help me out. I’ve only gone “coupon” shopping at Target twice (and was “hasselled” both times) (although never a problem at CVS or my local grocery store). It seems that Target will not let you use 2 MQ’s at the same time, for 2 seperate items. Last week I tried to buy 2 boxes of contact len solution and have 2 MQ’s……1 for ea. box so I thought….but they told me I could not do that. I have never heard of that (seems like it’s always at least 1 coupon PER ITEM) and I don’t see that on their coupon policy. Does anyone know anything about this so I know what to do next time? Do I have to do seperate transactions if I want to buy 2 of something? I’d appreciate that help – I’m finding a lot of good deals at Target but getting very confused and irritated by their policy. Thanks you in advance for any advise/answers anyone can give me! :)

    • Ana Lilia says:

       you can use 2 MQs on 2 separate items, many cashiers think that the wording in the fine print “one per purchase” means one per transaction, that is wrong.. but if they give you trouble do 2 transactions (this sucks if you wanna buy more than 2)… keep trying, KCL says you can ask them: how many am i trying to PURCHASE? and that should help them understand…

    • Anonymous says:

      TammyBe, you’re not talking about a twin pack are you? If so, that only counts as one item. Otherwise, that is not in their policy. One manufacturer coupon per purchase (item) & on Target coupon is accepted. That’s what their policy states now.

  6. I’m not seeing that ACT Target q, is it no longer available?

    • Anonymous says:

      I just found it, click on link above, when coupons come up, click on personal care. Should show on 1st pg.

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