Smart Ones and Kashi Steam Meals both have a promotion until 10/27 at Target! Pay just $0.95 for Smart Ones when you use one manufacturer coupon along with two store coupons. (Make sure you’ve got a shopping buddy in order to redeem 2 identical Target coupons per transaction!) Purchase three Kashi Steam Meals and receive one for free. This works out to a savings of 50%!




Smart Ones breakdown:

Weight Watchers Smart Ones Frozen Entrees $1.94, regular price
Buy 5, Receive 1 Free, through 10/27
Use one $4.00/10 – Weight Watchers Smart One Frozen Products – (
Or $5.00/12 – Weight Watcher Smart Ones Frozen Products – (
And use two $2.00/4 –  Weight Watchers Smart Ones Single-Serve Frozen Entrees, limit one coupon or offer per guest, Target Coupon – (
Pay $11.40, Receive 2 Free
Final Price: $0.95 each, when you buy 12 


Kashi breakdown:

Kashi Frozen Steam Meals $2.99, regular price
Buy 3, Receive 1 Free, through 10/27
Use three $1.00/1 – Kashi Steam Meal, 12345 – (
Or $1.00/1 – Kashi Steam Meal – (
Or $1.50/2 – Kashi Frozen Entrée – (
Pay $5.97, Receive 1 Free
Final Price: $1.49 each, when you buy 4 


Choices galore—Healthy Choice Baked Entrees, $1.43 at Walmart!

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14 thoughts on “Smart Ones Entrees $0.95 and Kashi Steam Meals $1.49 at Target!”

  1. Mrs.Dickenson says:

    my target coupon printed that it is valid in store only, does that mean only target will accept my coupon?

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes. If it’s a store coupon only Target would accept it, unless you have a Publix near you (I think other stores also do it but I’m not sure), which accepts Target coupons… ;)

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, a Target “store” coupon may only be redeemed at Target. Whereas a manufacturer coupon may be redeemed at any store accepting coupons.

  2. Mrs.Dickenson says:

    I went to the weightwatchers site registered an they are only giving a coupon for 3 not $4 off of ten. Also how does it work that if you bring a buddy they will let you use 2 identical coupons in the same transaction?

  3. Anonymous says:

    Has this scenario with using a “buddy” for 2 identical coupons worked
    for anybody? I have tried it at Walgreens and Target and both times the
    cashier has told me it doesn’t work that way (and I agree).

    • Anonymous says:

      It always depends on the store. Some Targets are more lenient than others. We aren’t advising that you break any rules. The restriction “limit one coupon or offer per guest” is not the same as “limit one coupon or offer per transaction”. If it stated the latter, then there would be a maximum of 1 per transaction.

  4. Anonymous says:

    If my store allows coupons on free items could I buy 12 use (1) $5.00/12 MQs and (3) $2.00/4 TQs making that 12 for $8.40