My late-night snack shenanigans could get a little dicey if the refrigerator light goes out! Sleuthing around the kitchen at twilight is a tough job, but somebody’s got to do it. Appliance lightbulbs are free at Target with a coupon stack, so print these soon and get ‘em before the lights leave you in the dark.

Rachel Ray Magazine is only $4.50 for a subscription! Hurry, this offer ends on 10/3 at midnite. 

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21 thoughts on “Free GE Reveal Appliance Lightbulb at Target!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Just learned at Ace’s Hardware yesterday that light bulbs have a new government rule on how they are made. All “old” light bulbs should be going on clearance. The “new” halogen ones are about twice as expensive and will be the only ones you can buy soon – according to Ace’s salesman. I looked at the “new” ones on the shelves, and they were the same price as the “old” ones on clearance. The big difference: they were only half the “hours” of the old ones. So, the old and new were same price. New just have half the life, which doubles their price in the long run.

    • uthorns1976 says:

      The new L.E.D. bulbs are the way to go if you can afford them. Basically, one L.E.D. bulb will last forever.

  2. Jasmine says:

    Tried this today and it worked! It was 2.65, had an overage of 0.35. I didn’t want the cashier to adjust the coupon so I had I grabbed a candy bar to cover the overage so the computer wouldn’t beep. It worked! :D

  3. Cruztitla says:

    is this offer still good ?

  4. KG says:

    I don’t even see where it’s posted on there anymore. I went through the entire list of coupons/pages twice and never found the first link for the manufacturer’s coupon. I did, however, get the Target coupon. Any reason for missing the manufacturer’s coupon?

  5. I just printed out both the manufacturer’s coupon and the one from Target, and I noticed on the one from the manufacturer that it says that it can not be combined with any other offer. If that’s the case than how can it be stacked with a Target coupon? Am I misunderstanding something?!?!?!

    • Anonymous says:

      I would ignore the fine print on the mfg. coupon in this case. To me, it refers to another offer from G.E., not from Target.

    • Anonymous says:

      This is a common manufacturer restriction. It’s there to prohibit the use of more than 1 MQ per item. Target’s coupon policy allows (1) store coupon to be combined with (1) MQ per item.

  6. kittymckitters says:

    Went to target in Houston… price was around 2.79 and the Manufacture coupon would not scan… I don’t know what happened. They were hesitant to let me use it but tried to scan it different ways and told me they wouldn’t accept it.

  7. Paramy Blake says:

    our target prices were higher so it wasn’t free but still good deal!

  8. Thanks. You can also get the regular 4 packs of Reveal bulbs for around $1 after the Target and MFR coupons! I love these bulbs!

  9. Sims says:

    Maximum reached? I guess it hasn’t reset from last month yet.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Seems to me that it would be a $.21 moneymaker if you have something else on your order and give the cashier the $1.00 mfg. coupon first. But, I’m not an expert on the subject.

    • Anonymous says:

      Actually the coupon could be reduced depending on the cashier. They updated their coupon policy not that long ago:(

    • gnger says:

      Target does not do moneymakers. The coupon will be adjusted down to the price of the item. You can make money at Walmart, not Target… unfortunately, the store coupon is for Target though.

      • Anonymous says:

        I agree with Kelly .It will only be adjusted down if your cashier catches it…so it COULD be a moneymaker!

      • AH says:

        For me, this used to be the case (cashiers adjusting coupon) but now the computers automatically adjust the value of both coupons (if applicable).

      • momo8 says:

        Doesn’t Walmart coupon policy state that they will accept competitor’s coupons?

        • Anonymous says:

          Their coupon policy say, “Competitors’ coupons:
          A specific item for a specified price, for example, $2.99, Buy one, get one free (BOGO) coupons for items with a specified price, Have a valid expiration date, Are acceptable in black and white.” They don’t accept competitors’ coupons that say $1.00 off or 50 cents off. The competitor’s coupon has to specify a price.