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$1.02 Moneymaker on Nature Made Fish Oil Softgels at Target!

Nature Made Fish OIl Target MoneymakerScore a hot deal on Nature Made Fish Oil softgels at Target with a new promotion and a coupon stack! Target has select vitamin products on promotion: buy two and receive a $5.00 Target gift card. Stack a printable manufacturer coupon with two separate Target printable coupons and make $1.02 on two bottles of Nature Made Fish Oil softgels! Click the links below to print each individual coupon:

Buy 2 Nature Made Fish Oil Softgels, 100 ct $5.99, regular price

Buy 2, Receive $5.00 Target Gift Card through 4/19

Use two $2.00/1Nature Made Fish Oil (coupons.com)

And use one $2.00/1Nature Made Vitamins or Supplements, limit one coupon per person, Target Coupon (target.com)

And use one $2.00/1 Nature Made Vitamins or Supplements, Target Coupon (target.com)

Pay $3.98, Receive $5.00 Target Gift Card

Final Price: $1.02 Moneymaker, when you buy 2

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35 thoughts on “$1.02 Moneymaker on Nature Made Fish Oil Softgels at Target!”

  1. Anza9996 says:

    I price checked these at my store and not only were they not on sale but they didn’t prompt a $5 gift card offer either. If you manually price scan the item, it will even tell you if there’s a $5 deal on the item. I scanned a few different sizes too. Is this a regional sale? If so, bummer, I actually like these =(

  2. em2011 says:

    Can we use the diabetes & you booklet nature made $5 and $3 off coupons at Target? I don’t see anyone saying anything about these so that’s why I’m asking, mine expire today 

    • Anonymous says:

      i was wondering that too. It is a manufacturer coupon but it says 5 off at Walgreens. Can Anyone clarify?

      • em2011 says:

        yeah, I know Target doesn’t take competitor coupons but this one has had so much craziness around it, I’m just wondering if I can still use it. It’s definitely a mfr coupon and I don’t see why not BUT it does say Wags on it at the same time as an advertisement however, Target is a bit more strict in the rules lately. I’m headed there in the next hour to do this and I have over 10+ of these that need to get used. (family will be in tow)

  3. awoskidagama says:

    thanks to Carla C, I printed coupons from naturemade.com and scored 4 @ Target.

  4. Janet Major says:

    I don’t see the $2/1 coupon on coupons.com anymore. 

  5. Carla Craft says:

    i bought 4 of them, 2 yesterday and 2 today. i registered the codes to naturemade.com and got a $7 coupon!

  6. Natasha Tocamoto says:

    the manufacturer coupon is $2 off for two NATURE MADE.

  7. Leah Cook says:

    I’m not finding the 2nd Target coupon any longer, it looks like they figured out they had 2 different identical coupons :)

    • couponmommy75 says:
      Go to krazycouponlady  website and look under target store , once you see the nature deal click on the link and it will take you to the coupon.  I Just finish printing both coupons yay!!!
  8. Ashley Fessler-Moutray says:

    Is anyone else having problems getting the coupon off of Coupons.com?? I can’t find it was wondering if there was a certain zipcode?

  9. Erlen Sicard says:

    if you also go to the Nature Made website there is also more variety of $1 coupons you can print, not just the fish oil. Just in case any other variety is also in the promotion :)

  10. ks49erfan says:

    Be on the lookout for the Vitamin D tablets for $5.99 marked for the $5 Gift Card also… When they rang up at the register they rang up for $4.89 and triggered the $5 Gift Card.  It was a pleasant bonus!  

  11. Anonymous says:

    Thank you!!!

  12. Jonathan Eastabrooks says:

    Wouldn’t Target only accept one of the $2/1 MFR coupons? To get the deal, you have to use two of them (per the guide) to get the $5 Target card. This is my math…$5.99 x 2 = $11.98. You would use x1 MFR coupon since it states in the fine print "Limit one coupon per purchase" and is tied to "any one Nature Made Fish Oil". Therefore we get $11.98 – $2 (MFR Coupon) -$2 (Target Coupon #1) -$2 (Target Coupon #2) for $5.98 with a $5 Target gift card. How is this a money maker? Are folks doing two separate transactions and then going to customer service to get the gift card?

    • Anonymous says:

      "One coupon per purchase" means one coupon per item. Since the scenario is for buying two bottles, you can use two of the manufacturer coupons. If it said "one coupon per transaction" or "one coupon per person" than you would only be able to use one coupon. Hope that makes sense. 

  13. Nikki says:

    My target the fish oil is $6.99, still a good deal

  14. Bethan Watson says:

    I clipped a MFR coupon $3 off 2 nature made fish oil product.. Could that improve this deal any? Or at least be of equal value?

  15. jpietro says:

    I have a catalina that printed out from Rite Aid for $3 off.  Can you use these type of catalinas at ANY store??  Thanks….

  16. Tricha Sauce says:

    I cant find the sale in the weekly ad "Buy 2 get a $5.00 gift card". Can you let me know where it is. Thanks :)

  17. caicai_21 says:

    i know target only allows 1 store coupon per transaction/visit, so shouldn’t it be $5.98 then receive $5 target giftcard? or is the scenario a YMMV case? thanks! 

    • Anonymous says:

      Those are actually 2 different nature made coupons – both on Target’s site.  :)  Any Target I’ve ever shopped at has never restricted how many of the same Target coupons I’ve used.

    • Anonymous says:

      Each Target store coupon has a limit of one per person but there are two separate Nature Made Target printable coupons so you can print and use one of each. I hope that helps!

      • Jessi Bussell says:

        I did not see 2 Nature Made Coupons. Only 1

        • Anonymous says:

          What I did was to click the first link for the coupon, added it, then clicked the link for the second coupon, added and was able to print both (and was visually helpful to see the difference between the two)