Sorry about the stupid effort to rhythm. Go HERE for Target’s complete coupon policy.

We had multiple readers complain because they were unable to use a Target store coupon for a product that was not excluded, but was not pictured on the coupon. We saw a lot of this when some KCLs tried purchasing the small $0.99 candy bar size Hershey’s Bliss using the $1/1 printable. Krazy Coupon Rick experienced this problem and did some investigation- Thanks Rick!

“I sent a letter to Target via their web site and received what appeared to be a generic canned reply to my email from Target. So I Googled Target and found some email addresses at the corporate office and emailed specific people a copy of the first email asking why I hadn’t received real answers to my specific questions or concerns.

I just got a call from Aimee at Target in Minneapolis, MN, stating that the $1.00 Bliss IP candy coupon has no restrictions on what size or price Bliss candy it can be used for. She apologized for the staff not accepting them at the store. She said that they should have adjusted the value of the coupon to match the price of the candy being purchased. She did say that local managers can limit the number of items depending on the inventory at their store. This seems reasonable. I mentioned that I left my ten printed coupons at the store with the supervisor out of frustration. Aimee said she will send me a $10 gift card and will contact the TF store to clear up the confusion about how to redeem coupons.

WOW! Good corporate customer service Target. . . now if we can only get that attitude to trickle down to the stores! I think it will; I’ve seen good progress at Target.

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