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Dr. Pepper 12-Packs, As Low As $2.50 at Target!

These days, soda purchases can raise a grocery bill by a substantial amount. To sip on soda for less, stack coupons when the item is on sale. That’s exactly what a KCL did at Target today! Dr. Pepper 12-packs are as low as $2.50, or $0.21 per can. They are $3.00 if using one store coupon. To get the better price, shop with another person and present two coupons at checkout. The Target store coupons have a restriction of 1 coupon or offer per guest.

Buy 2 Dr. Pepper Soda, 12 oz 12 ct $4.00, sale price through 9/8
Use one $1.00/1 – Dr. Pepper or Dr. Pepper TEN, 24 pk or (2) 12 pks – (coupons.com)
And use one $1.00/1 – Dr. Pepper Soda Cans, 12 ct, limit one coupon or offer per guest, Target Coupon – (target.com)
Final Price: $3.00 each, when you buy 2 


Here’s how it works if using 1 manufacturer’s coupon and 2 store coupons:


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18 thoughts on “Dr. Pepper 12-Packs, As Low As $2.50 at Target!”

  1. Lisa says:

    My Target also had them 3 for $8.25, $2.75 each even if you didn’t buy 3. I bought two and used the $1.00 MC and $1.00 making them $1.75 each – cheapest I’ve ever bought 12 pks! And, even better – I somehow got a free 2 liter! I had picked up a 2 liter Dr. Pepper to use a $0.55 coupon on, and the cashier told me the coupon wouldn’t work because you can’t use a coupon on a free item! I was happy with 0.45 but I sure won’t argue with free! I didn’t even notice any sign advertising that sale, but it might be worth picking up a 2 liter to give it a try. Make sure you check your receipt though – my 12 pks rang up at 4.00 instead of 2.75, had to have it adjusted at customer service.

  2. dstabner0520 says:

    Last Week’s deal at Target in MN was even better. Dr. Pepper was on sale for 2.29. Thats when I used (4) $1 off TQs. Four 12 pcks of pop for $5.16 was a great deal.

  3. Dale & Liz says:

    Kroger (Frys) in Arizona has Dr Pepp on sale for 4 for $9. Use 2 @ 1.00 off = 7.00 or $.15 a can

  4. Paula Stecker says:

    I was at Target yesterday. Their registers are ringing the Dr. Pepper up as the sale for the Pepsi products, but the tag on the aisle for Dr. pepper was 3 for 8.25 not 3 for 12. So i was able to get 3 for 1.75 each after price adjustment.

  5. Amber Jones says:

    I got a ton of dr pepper last week when it was on sale for 2.29 then i had the target coupon for 1.00 off…. I dont drink pop much so this should last us a while

  6. Jan says:

    My Target has pepsi and Mountain Dew for $2.29 on 12 packs of cans. This is the sale price no coupons needed. Limit of 8. This was on Sept 1.

  7. chrometoaster says:

    I was uber excited on Friday night (8/31/12), as I took several of my $1 coupons.com printable manufacturer coupon and of the Target $1 coupon. My local Target accepted all of them in one transaction. I was able to stack the manufacturer and the store coupon, and with the sale of 4 twelve packs for $11, I was able to score by paying $6 for eight twelve packs of Dr. Pepper. Woot woot!!

  8. Anonymous says:

    Target had these for 4.00 with 1/1 Mfg coupon and 1/1 Target coupon I got for 2.00 each 12 pk.

  9. Ami <3 says:

    Well apparently I hadnt noticed that there was an actual beverage button, and I was looking in foods. NO WONDER I couldnt find it! Thank you though!

  10. Laura says:

    I have a Dr. Pepper Coupon (manufacturer’s coupon) which states in smaller print Redeemable at Walmart. Do you know if Target will accept this, since it is a manufacturer’s coupon? Thank you

    • Anonymous says:

      Hi Laura, Target should accept it because the coupon is only advertising Walmart, not restricting it to Walmart.

  11. B4byblu3 says:

    @disqus_LdcrHjknkc:disqus I think it was 30303

  12. Ami <3 says:

    Anyone have a zip code to narrow the search down? I cant seem to find it. Please and thank you!

  13. Pinkpinecone says:

    Coupons.com one says “redeemable at walmart”

    • Anonymous says:

      This simply functions as an advertisement for Walmart, not a restriction. However, it’s confusing!

  14. B4byblu3 says:

    Can you not get them one at a time at $2 a pack?

    • sscake19 says:

      The manufacture coupon is $1/2 not 1. I saw a deal posted on another site that states Target is running a promotion 4/$10 (may be regional) which would make this deal sweeter.

      • B4byblu3 says:

        Sorry, I read wrong. Just waking up! There’s a 4 for $10 price match that I could do that would make them $1.50? each. I think I’m going to wait it out a little bit longer, I have enough right now.