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Pringles, Only $0.88 at Target!

Pringles are on promotion at Target: buy three get one free. Use a newspaper coupon from the 9/8 Red Plum insert and score four cans of Pringles for just $0.88 each! Hurry, this coupon expires today!

Buy 4 Pringles Super Stack Potato Crisps, 5.96 oz $1.50, regular price
Buy Three Get One Free through 10/26 
Use $1.00/4 Pringles Full Size Cans, 160 g or larger, Limit 4 like coupons in same shopping trip from RP 9/8 (exp 10/20)
Final Price: $0.88 each, when you buy 4 

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13 thoughts on “Pringles, Only $0.88 at Target!”

  1. Septemberly says:

    For anyone in Texas, HEB has Pringles for $1.50 regular price. My store had the 40% more cans yesterday. Such a nice surprise!

  2. emkat13 says:

    I need a mystery solved for me please…those of you whom receive your RP by mail, can you please let me know how you get more than one a week other than ebay or a coupon clipping service? I have contacted my paper and they said they don’t deal with them and I’ve contact RP and they sent me some bs about something I wasn’t even talking about so, any suggestions? I’d like to start getting more than one a week but really not understanding how in this state.

    • puregold says:

      I only get one a week. If I want more I get two sunday papers, or buy them online.

      • emkat13 says:

        they don’t come in our sunday papers, delivered or from the store and I would rather not buy them online anymore since ebay changed their policies I usually just buy individuals online. I used to buy whole inserts online from time to time but everyone now has increased their prices to outrageous amounts on clipping services for both whole and individual so I don’t buy from their either unless its one I know as a long standing business like “thecouponclippers” they’re pretty good. I’m definitely not in the South anymore up here lol

        • snowbunny says:

          Try the .99 cent store or dollar tree to buy extra for just $1 but always check for inserts.

    • snowbunny says:

      Where do you buy coupons? Do you buy before you know whel a sale comes up?

      • emkat13 says:

        you can buy before sale just depends on what you’re planning that week or if you have a plan. I usually just buy individual coupons from ebay or coupon clipping services. Ebay has recently changed their policies so most couponers have gone elsewhere but I still find deals on coupons there. HTH

    • April says:

      I visit my local post office and pull them out of the recycling cans inside. I get anywhere between 30-60 inserts that way.

      • emkat13 says:

        thats awesome, but we don’t have any where that wouldn’t be against the law to do. And I usually have my kids with me so that’s out of the question for me. Thanks though.

    • Barracuda says:

      I understand completely what you are saying, Ours also only come in the mail for about a 2 hr. radius around my town, and do not come in about 20 different papers. trust me I have checked. I used to get them form the Recycling bin by my house, but as with all good things someone ruined that….So now I just have to depend on family, friends and neighbors to pass theirs along to me, and I will give them free product for sharing.