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Free Domino Organic Agave Nectar at Target!

Free is my favorite four letter word! I’ve heard about using agave nectar in recipes but I didn’t want to fork out the cash. Now I don’t have to and neither do you! Print the below coupon and head to Target. Pick up a bottle of Domino Organic AmberAgave Nectar for free and let me know what you think of it! As with any new item that’s free, it’s best to buy just a bottle or two and give it a try. This way if you don’t like it, you don’t have to worry about what to do with the remainder. It gives everyone else a shot to try it, too!

Domino Organic Amber Agave Nectar, 11.75 oz $1.00, price cut through 9/29
Use $1.00/1 – Domino Organic Agave Nectar – (dominosugar.com)
Final Price: Free

 

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29 thoughts on “Free Domino Organic Agave Nectar at Target!”

  1. Tiffany says:

    I went looking for this and found it on clearance at $3.99. :( There was an entire shelf but none for $1.

  2. Elaine says:

    Has anyone found this in the NYC stores? Went into my local store (Brooklyn, NY) and it was at regular price of $4.29 ea.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I was disappointed after printing the coupon to find that my Target does not carry this brand of Agave Necter.

  4. Adrianne Murray says:

    If people are low on computers, there is a Domio Agave coupon worth $0.55 off in a Red Plum 9/16, coupon expires11/30 (this makes each agave $0.45)!!

  5. Lori says:

    Target in Woodridge IL had the product priced at $4.29, so not free for me

  6. melissavanna says:

    I ran out of agave nectar last week and was hoping to stockup on a few bottles but my store in VA doesn’t carry this brand :(

  7. Nancy says:

    Just couldn’t find these at Target (Michigan). Oh well. Not worth the struggle!

  8. kitty says:

    i was just reading all the comments abt agave, after i printed my coupons, but i dont think i will be getting any, even if it is free, lol. i use splenda instead of white sugar, anyone know if its a good or bad thing?

    • august says:

      I follow a blog that’s about being 100% organic and eating only raw real foods. They are completely against Splenda and only use 100% natural honey for sweetener. The truth is, sugar is sugar in all forms. It’s never going to be great for you.

  9. Lar says:

    My Target in So Cal doesn’t sell this brand :( And this is a great buy.. the Agave here is $3.99!

  10. Kendra_Krazy4Qs says:

    Good use for Agave Nectar:

    Strawberry Popsicles

    3 c. Fresh or frozen, thawed strawberries

    ½ c. of honey or Agave syrup

    3 tbs. lemon juice

    Puree ingredients together, fill your favorite Popsicle
    molds, and freeze overnight. These Popsicles will taste great and are not
    overly sweet.

  11. Sue says:

    Didn’t have at my target – wasn’t even an empty spot on the shelf for it

  12. swatson says:

    i didnt see any at the local target.

  13. CFDinCLE says:

    Dezzybooboo – Try opening the link in Firefox. I used to have the same problem with getting the printer to work. It might be worth a try.
    Dan

  14. Anonymous says:

    I still cant print from red plum or smart source! :( I have tried everything within my knowlegde to fix it and nothing…. Can anyone help?

  15. Vanessa says:

    After reading Jerry’s post I don’t know if I will pick these up : / Diabetes runs in both my husband and I’s family and I don’t know if I want to introduce a product with potential health risks. I know if Free.. but I think I am going to pass.

    • Anonymous says:

      Not every product is good for everyone. It’s best to do your research if you’re unsure! I don’t know much about this product but I bet google does!

  16. Jerry says:

    Agave is good to have on hand for occasional use; especially if it’s free. But, don’t eat too much of it. It is not a health food despite its reputation. It has 90 percent fructose. High Fructose Corn Syrup typically has 50 percent fructose. Agave is just another processed sugar that comes without enzymes and fiber needed to metabolize like you would get from fresh whole fruits. Agave will cause insulin resistance and diabetes if you eat too much of it.

    • ssbutterfly01 says:

      thanks for the info! What is a good alternative to white sugar?

      • Jerry says:

        Honey is the best alternative that I know of. I bake with it and prepare raw foods with it. Also, if you must add sugar, your best bet is organic whole cane sugar. People have been taken in by the “alternative” sweetener industry and they are almost always way worse than just plain sugar.

        • Kristen says:

          You can also try Xylitol. I bought a big bag of it and have been meaning to use it in recipes. It is helpful in treating tooth decay and can be substituted 1:1 for sugar in recipes. It will not interact with yeast to give rise and it will not brown, but for recipes that don’t require these traits it’s a good option. It is important to realize that too much of this has been linked with tumors. Just like everything else, though, the key is moderation. I would say that it is better than sugar but just remember to not go crazy with it.

      • David says:

        ssbutterfly01,

        It doesn’t work in all recipes, but if you need to sweeten something then agave nectar has lower glycemic index rating than any other sugar or honey. That is why you will always see it being endorsed on The Biggest Loser, by Bob Harper and many diabetic cookbooks and sources. Just because it’s better, though, doesn’t mean you should over use it. It has a rich flavor similar to honey. The biggest challenge is that agave nectar is a liquid and certain recipes will not set properly, or have a different texture than white sugar. It all depends on what you’re cooking, and what your goals are. Hope this helps!

        • Alex says:

          That is not true David. The fact that it is promoted by TV shows and so called “diabetic books” is evidence that is causes diabetes. Diabetic cookbooks also promote aspartame which is scientifically proven to cause diabetes. Diabetes is big business and no diabetes foundation will ever promote a cure for it. Agave is a scam and will lead to weight gain and insulin resistance if you replace your sugar with it on a regular basis. You are just repeating things you have heard and have not done any real research.

  17. mellababy says:

    Good to use in margaritas!!

  18. rm says:

    is this regional??