Wet Ones wipes are on price cut for $1.99 at Target. Stack a manufacturer coupon with a Target coupon and a Target Cartwheel offer. Pay just $0.59 for a canister of Wet Ones wipes after the stack! That’s a 70% savings!

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20 thoughts on “Wet Ones Wipes Coupon, Only $0.59 at Target!”

  1. KillerKittyKat007 says:

    Yes! Yesterday I printed coupons for paper towels, wet ones & hand soap. I will just so happen to be across the street from another Target store today, so I printed off another coupon for paper towels & hand soap, but when I tried to print off another one for the wet ones it told me I had already printed the offer. I guess that particular one is a 1 per computer print?

  2. Natalie Verduzco says:

    Question so to buy 4 and get that deal do I have to have 4-.75 n 4-.50 coupons? N one cartwheel barcode? Or just one of each? Thanx

    • KillerKittyKat007 says:

      Yes, 4 of each coupon + the one cartwheel barcode…but you may want to try printing your Target coupons first before you print out all the manufacturer ones because I wasn’t able to print a 2nd Target one out today.

  3. Perla Cruz says:

    How do i get 10% off on cartwheel? I just signed up and i am not sure how to print this coupon?

  4. JessiG says:

    Where did you find these in the store? I looked on the cleaning product isle, baby isle and pretty much glanced around, but couldn’t find them.

  5. Sanda says:

    My local Target, always seems to have different price cuts than are listed here. I am glad to know that it can vary from region to region and store to store for that matter. I was beginning to think I missed out on all the Target deals I have seen posted, because they were not the same at the one I go to.

  6. Nicole says:

    With a Cartwheel, If I was to buy 2, or 4, would I get 10% off for all of them? Or is it just 10% off 1?

    • You will get the percentage off on up to four.

      • Waterproof Penguin says:

        Just out of curiosity because I’ve never had to buy more than four of any cartwheel item, is the limit of 4 items just within one transaction (meaning you could buy more on a different day) or is it up to 4 items total until it expires?

        • It is a maximum of 4 items per Cartwheel offer.

          • Waterproof Penguin says:

            Thanks, I guess my question wasn’t clear. I understand that I can only buy 4 wet ones in one transaction. One of the Q&A’s online says Q: How many times per day can I use my Cartwheel list at a Target store? Answer: You can save on your entire Cartwheel list up to 6 times per day. From that answer, it would seem I could buy either 6 or 24 Wet Ones in one day, depending on how you interpret it.

            • StayHomeMama says:

              You can use the barcode 6 times a day…so they can scan it off your phone 6 times per day, but you can only use it on 4 items per transaction. So technically, I think you can buy 24 per day, in 6 transactions.

            • Waterproof Penguin says:

              Thanks, that’s what I was thinking, but I’m never gonna be crazy enough to try that. LOL.

        • StayHomeMama says:

          On their website it says: “Each Cartwheel offer may be used for up to a maximum of 4 qualifying items per offer per transaction, unless otherwise noted.” So I think this means, you can use it until it expires, just only 4 items a day/transaction.

  7. Waterproof Penguin says:

    I suggest that people take the target coupon policy along that states that you’re allowed to use the Cartwheel along with a manufacturer coupon and a printed target coupon. We are absolutely allowed to do it, but this program is so new, cashiers don’t always know that you can. It wasn’t this deal, but I had tried buying another item before and the cashier was so adamant about not letting me use three types of coupons on the same item. Now I try to buy more than just the one item with triple stacked coupons so I won’t have to deal with having the manager called over even before they try scanning it, but I have their policy just in case.

    • Emily Morrison says:

      That’s frustrating! Anytime that happens to me (Walgreens MANAGER told me I couldn’t use a manufacturer’s Q + Walgreens savings book coupon), I try to stay positive & not get irritated even though I’m boiling on the inside. It’s hard to remember we aren’t arguing or debating the coupon policy with them, just helping them to understand & if they question it, they can ask their manager. Hopefully the manager knows. ;)

    • Good suggestion thanks!

  8. FrugalD says:

    Got these last night..employees were amazed lol