Stack a newspaper coupon from the 8/11 Smart Source insert with a Target mobile coupon and pick up Palmolive dish soap for free at Target! Text FRESH to 827438 for the mobile coupon offer.

Palmolive Original Dish Soap, 14 oz $1.02, regular price
Use $0.50/1 Palmolive Dish Liquid, 14 oz or larger, Limit 4 like coupons per transaction from SS 8/11 (exp 8/31)
And use $0.75/1 Any Brand Dish Soap, excludes trial/travel size, Target Mobile Coupon (exp 8/31) text FRESH to 827438
Final Price: Free 

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34 thoughts on “Free Palmolive Dish Soap at Target!”

i cant find this coupon =(

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Does your carrie charge you for the text and how much is it?

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My smart source from 8-11-13 does not have a palmolive coupon? Im in California and I get the LA Times.

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I am in Northwest Florida (Pensacola) and did not receive this coupon either. It must have been regional.

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Yeah, I get the LA Times too and I didn’t see this one.

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I am in Ca and get regional coupons for Sacramento and I get San Francisco and Fairfield papers and I didn’t get it either.

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Great! My sons preschool needs some more soap.

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Hrmm… I looked through the SS 8/11 clipper and didn’t see this coupon. Is this regional? I’m in Oregon.

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It must have been regional. I am in Northwest Florida (Pensacola) and did not receive this coupon either.

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My target doesn’t carry this size. Smallest I found wad 25 oz.

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My Target didn’t have the 14oz :( they never seem to have what I need. It’s always a hit or miss with product quantity. And I always seem to have some kind of trouble with a coupon or cartwheel. :/ Wish they had a better stock and smarter registers! LOL.

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same with my target the only have the bigger sizes in Hanford ca

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Yes, mine were all bigger as well. Still be cheap dish soap but not free.

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Same! East of Tampa, FL only has 10oz

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I’m in northern Tampa! Lol.

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Aren’t this coupons expire already?? Would they still accept it ??

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Both expire 8/31. Most stores do not accept expired coupons.

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Q1) if i only buy two of the deals listed and go back and buy two other deals listed from the text, will it still work?
Q2) am i now enrolled in mobile coupons from target, or do i have to text them every week?
Thanks :-)

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Q1 YES.
Q2 You have to enroll once in target mobile coupons. You can text ”offers” for updated/new coupons and sometimes they text it to you as well.

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No, you can only use the offer once per product. My app shows when I’ve used the offer and when it scans the code, it won’t take it off….or am I misunderstanding the question?

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She asked if she can use 2 mobile coupons in one trip and then 2 OTHER coupons in another trip. That should work. Each coupon has a one time usage but can use different coupons from same link at different times. :) HTH

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Ahhh…thanks for clarifying. I misunderstood but now that you clarified and I reread it, I get it

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I live in Emmett, Idaho. How do I get smart source and red plum to my house each week?

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Call your local paper. Or get thd paper from a dollar store or convenient store for the Sunday paper.

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I used to live in the Boise area (Eagle) and had 5 copies of the Idaho Press Tribune delivered every Sunday, or you could do the Statesman if you prefer. They often have special deals for couponers who get multiple papers, so it might not hurt to ask! :-)

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OH YAYA!!

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it says u can only do this deal once :{

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Yeah unfortunately you can only use Target mobile coupons once. Unless someone is will to let you use their coupon :)

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hi if i have my daughters phone with me can i use both target mobile coupons in 1 transaction?

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Pretty sure it says one per person…so no. But you can always do a separate transaction :)

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thanks

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Yes you can. I’ve done it a few times :)

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if you buy other items that can be used from the same mobile coupon, will they work?

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yes! Just takes one scan on your mobile coupon barcode at the end of the transaction to take off anything applicable. You can combine with cartwheel, too!

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