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There is a promo in Target stores for Free Bear Naked Granola (yum!) when you buy Dannon Yogurt through the end of the month!

Buy 2 Dannon Yogurts, 32 oz (the big ones), Receive Free Bear Naked Granola, through Saturday, July 31st.

Dannon Yogurt, 32 oz $1.97
$1.00/2 or  $0.75/1 Dannon, any 32 oz (excludes Light & Fit) from SS 6/6
$0.75/2 – Dannon All Natural Products – (
$0.75/2 – Dannon All Natural Products – (

Bear Naked Granola $3.50
$0.50/1 – Bear Naked All Natural Granola, 12 oz, Target coupon – (

Buy One, Get One Free – Bear Naked Granola – (

Note:  Make sure you watch that the cashier manually enters the $3.50 off for the BOGO coupon, or it may ring up automatically at $0.00.

Buy 2 Dannon Yogurts, 32 oz $1.97
Buy 2 Bear Naked Granola $3.50
Use $1.00/2 (or $0.75/2) Dannon, any 32 oz from SS 6/6
And use Buy One, Get One Free – Bear Naked Granola – (
And use $0.50/1 – Bear Naked All Natural Granola, 12 oz, Target coupon – (

Final Price: $2.44 or $0.61 each, when you buy 4

So, in the above scenario, you’re paying for two Dannon Yogurts (minus your coupon), so you’re basically paying $1.47 each per yogurt.  Then, one of the Granolas will be free from the Target promo.  The other will be free from your “Buy one, Get One Free” facebook coupon.  And $0.50/1 Target coupon turns the granola bags to a bit of a money-maker.  I consider that our one $0.50 off Target coupon is going toward the same bag you got for free with the facebook coupon.  You could certainly try to use two $0.50 off Target coupons if your store is more lenient.

Yogurt+Granola+cheap fresh blueberries= guilt free happiness!  Now if  it weren’t for the the Free Wonka chocolate bars . . .

Thanks Totally Target!