Head to Target on or before January 12th for a Flintstones vitamins bargain! The 60-count bottles are on sale for $5.39 (price may vary be region), and there are coupons that will deduct up to $3.00, bringing the price down to $2.39. Target allows one manufacturer and one store coupon to be used on the same item. For the lowest price, use the $2.00 Smart Source coupon with a $1.00 Target coupon. Take a look:


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9 thoughts on “Flintstones Vitamins, Only $2.39 at Target!”

At CVS, Flinstones are BOGO 50% off and if you spend $20, you get $6 ECB. It’s even better if you get $5 off $15 vitamins coupon from the red machine.

they were $4.58 at my store…

I got 5 different coupon inserts in Sundays paper and not one of them had the Flintstones coupons. :(

NO !! The 5.00/2 is for 70ct or larger and this price is for the 60ct. Check your coupon again!

Yeah I noticed at the store… :(

I was just going to say that!!
I already used my coupons at cvs and though I didnt get it this low, I saved over 70% total on my entire purchase and averaged just a lil over $1 per item, and I bought 52 items total so Im not too sad about it. Still, they are both great deals!!

If you got the $2 off coupon for Flinstones then you should have also gotten the $5/2 coupon that includes Flinstones vitamins but expires on Jan 20th. this will bring the price down .50 cents each and every Target store I’ve been to in Washington lets you use 4 printable Target coupons per like items per transaction the total will be $1.89 each before tax.

I almost walk out the door to do the deal with the $2.00 of one coupon… but this is even better. Thanks !nikkicats2

Can you explain this deal in detail?