The coupon stars have aligned! We have a $2.00 manufacturer coupon for any Dr. Scholl’s For Her product and a $3.00 Target store coupon! Use the two coupons to grab a pair of Dr. Scholl’s For Her Heel Liners absolutely free at Target!

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39 thoughts on “Free Dr. Scholl’s For Her at Target!”

  1. Joy says:

    I tried to get the heel arch supports for $5.49. The Target coupon beeped and when the manager came over she insisted that the picture of the product on the coupon has to match the item purchased even if it says ANY product. That just can’t be right. 0_o

  2. MiMiQ says:

    The Target coupons states it’s for insoles or device not liners. I got the insoles without any problem, but when I tried for the other products it does not work.

  3. ashley says:

    regular price at our store was $5.49, but still a good deal for $0.49! :-) i had no problems with the system accepting both coupons

    • Hally-Joe Zak says:

      Same here (Madison, WI)- I purchased the Ball of Foots for $5.49, or only $0.49 after coupons.

  4. Jennifer says:

    So I had a huge issue with this. The cashier said I could not use the coupon because the price of the item was only $4.59 but the coupons totalled $5 between the two of them. She had to manually put the coupons in, but had me choose which one I would like to use. I explained that if I could not use both (1-MQ and 1-Target Q) then I would like my coupons back and did not want the purchase. A manager overhears and comes over and puts the target coupon in manually at $3.00, but changes the MQ to $1.59 to total the same price as the item… however I was buying other stuff in this purchase and was banking on the overage. So, Im a little peeved that the manufacturer is going to reimburse Target $2 plus .08 handling for a coupon that they only gave me $1.59 for. I feel like that is stealing. Anyone else experience this?

    • Anonymous says:

      Target does not give overages. In this case, adjusting the coupon down was the correct way to enter the coupon.

  5. Kayla Marie says:

    did this work for yall?

  6. stephanie says:

    It beeped but the cashier accepted it.

  7. Anonymous says:

    HELP! I’ve been trying to print coupons from coupons.com for months and no luck. I have no problems printing coupons from other websites that do not have the coupons.com symbol. I have contacted customer service. I did everything they told me to do and still nothing. I use to print from coupons.com all the time. Is anyone else having this problem? If you were able to fix it, please let me know how!

  8. juuliana86 says:

    can I use 2 mq that have the same bar codes? i printed the coupon twice but they came out with the same sequence in numbers underneath the barcode. thanks! :)

  9. Teamjaycub says:

    Coupons.com says coupon is out.

  10. Michael Strain says:

    The machines in Target wouldn’t allow this, nor would my cashier reduce the price to zero. It frustrates me to no end when this happens, had to put my supply of this (and other!) valid deals back.

  11. Anonymous says:

    There is also a coupon on shopkicks that you can use. Its $3 off a Dr Scholls insoleor device.

  12. Marie says:

    Does anyone know if this coupon beeps? I read from other coupon websites that they do and cashiers and managers are giving them a hard time for it.

  13. DL says:

    I got 2 of these today – the cashier tried to scan the $3 Target coupons and they wouldn’t go through (probably because the $2 MQ ones had already been scanned and it was over the $4.59), so instead of adjusting them, she manually pushed them through for the whole amount and ended up being a $.82 MM for me!

  14. pearlspark says:

    the manufacturer coupon is no longer available.

  15. Anonymous says:

    when are they going to reset i printed months ago when target had a giftcard deal…

  16. jacrat16 says:

    Are these in the shoe section? I’ve never bought these before! Thanks! :-)

  17. Anonymous says:

    There was a deal quite awhile ago on Dr. Scholls at Target. I didn’t buy any (although I have in the past and they work well), but I passed a lady who had like oh about 5,000 or so in her cart LOL! I was like wow her feet must really be killing her. Either that or I know what her kids will be getting in their stockings this Christmas.

    • sonnyhaven says:

      Look for them at a flea market near you.

      • Anonymous says:

        Seriously! There’s a lady who sells products she gets for free on Craigslist. I always post and say she should bring it to a homeless or women’s shelter instead of selling it. If you’re not going to use it, why get it? Because it’s free? Give it to others who need it. Don’t sell it!

        • sonnyhaven says:

          From what I understand, it’s against the law to purchase items with coupons and sell them for profit. We had undercover officers asking vendors questions about where and how they get their items because most are recent coupon deals.

    • Anonymous says:

      Wow! That is A LOT of Dr. Scholl’s! : )

  18. Akazi Moab says:

    The Bricks coupon is already out of prints.

  19. emily says:

    walmart has the fast flats on clearance for $2.50