Gerber Formula Coupon & Price Cut—Save over $10.00 at Target!

Target has a nice price cut on Gerber Graduates and Good Start formula. Regularly $22.99-$23.79 each, they are marked down to $16.99! Save another 25% with a store coupon. This is a significant discount for formula!

 

 

 

 

 

Gerber Good Start Protect Formula, 23.2 oz $16.99, price cut through 5/18
Gerber Good Start Gentle Formula, 23.2 oz $16.99, price cut through 5/18
Gerber Graduates Gentle Formula, 22 oz $16.99, price cut through 5/18
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25% Off – Gerber Graduates or Good Start Formula, limit one coupon offer per guest, Target Coupon – (target.com)
Final Price: $12.74

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15 thoughts on “Gerber Formula Coupon & Price Cut—Save over $10.00 at Target!”

If I were to purchase 2 cans would the 25% off apply to both cans or just one?

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it only applies to one. it will take off $4.25. I did this deal today…also gerber is owned by nestle, you could also use a $5 off a $20 nestle purchase if you get two.

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Thank you very much!!!

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I got 4 cans (the bonus sized ones) for $13.69 today! Super happy!!

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I’m so happy I seen this cause Target has it for $16.99 then taking the 25% off puts the total to $12.74 I have a manufacturer coupon for $10.00 off any gerber graduates formula so I will only pay $2.74 for a can of formula.

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Wow, that’s amazing!

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I have a 7.50 target coupon from baby shower registry plus 3.00 manufacturers coupon so makes it 6.49 awesome, thanks!

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You bet!

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Im going tomorrow to makes this deal, i have a check from gerber for 12.95 in fórmula :D so free formula

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I have a question… Enfamil sends me checks for formula. Is that considered a check or a coupon? If its considered a check, is it okay to use a coupon? or if its considered a coupon, than it is NOT okay to use another coupon, right? Is there something you have to say to the cashier?

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The cashier is supposed to run it through the check machine to endorse it. It is considered a form of payment, not a coupon. So you can use a coupon with a check :)

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plus at target you can stack coupons so… Target coupon, Gerber formula Coupon and Gerber Check = Huge Savings.

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I got this deal today, but even better! I used a $3 off manufacturer coupon that came under the lid of a can I previously bought. I also had a $5.00 target gift card from purchasing 2 p&g products previously. With my redcard discount, I paid $4.50 out of pocket! :D Love it!! I wish I could print a second coupon… it only let me print one.

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Good job!

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You can print out the coupon then go to make copies. The skew number is the same for the coupon. I ran each transaction four at a time with four coupons.

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