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9 thoughts on “New Target Printable Coupons: Dove, Nivea, and Philips Norelco!”

  1. Jeff says:

    Can the Dove Target coupon be used for Dove for ment??

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, I believe so. It doesn’t restrict it in the “fine print” so I’d go ahead and give it a shot!

  2. guest says:

    I have a question for the veterans. I have noticed in the past that KCL has posted deals at CVS using Target coupons. But, after reading CVS’s coupon policy, I’m a little confused as to whether this is allowed or not. Need some clarification, please.

    • Mandi says:

      Not all the coupons that print from the Target site are Target-specific. Some are manufacturer coupons, even though it’s printed from the Target website.

      • cs mom of 4 boyz says:

        how do I know if they are for target only or if they are manufacturers coupons on the target coupons before I print them. I dont have a target close to me it is 90 miles away. so it is wasteful for me to print the target coupons. but they have manufacture coupons that I MUST have sometimes. too good to pass up..

        • Anonymous says:

          One thing I always do to check whether a coupon is mfr or Target is to look at the Printable coupon section on KCL. Scroll down until you find the item you’re looking for (Dove) then see how many are available and if there is one that is a Target coupon. If there is a Target one available for print then the one on the Target site is a Target coupon, if not then the one on the Target site is likely a Mfr coupon. Maybe someone else has an easier way, but this is how I do it.

        • Anonymous says:

          To find out, either print it or refer to our posts. We always state whether it’s a Target coupon or a Manufacturer coupon. For example, the Dove coupon listed above states “Target Coupon”. Hope that helps!

    • Anonymous says:

      @f0e5ed7541c57ee280d1fe9af7c621a2:disqus is correct- the printable coupons via Target.com are not all store coupons.