Saturday, April 2, 2011

Target Shopping Trip

So any of you that are major couponer's will know that this isn't the greatest deal you could find, but for me I was in desperate need of some allergy medicine for my husband and kids and if you have allergies you know that allergy medicine is NOT CHEAP!! so if I can save a few bucks on it I will. So Thursday I headed to Target and this what I came home with.

Before I left I went to my favorite site here to see what kind of deals I could find and at Target you can stack a manufactured coupon with a Target coupon to save even more so here is the scenario I came up with.

(2) Children's Claritin Chewables, 10 ct on sale for $8.31x2=$16.62
Total out of pocket $7.62 or $3.81 a box

Allegra Allergy Adult, 5 ct $7.14
Or if you get the Sunday paper you can find a coupon in the 3/27 Smart Source insert for $2/1 
Total out of pocket $3.14

(2) Bic Soleil Triple Blade on sale for $4.99
Total out of pocket $3.98 or $1.99 each package

(1) Colgate Total $3.29
used a $1.50/1 Colgate toothpaste from SS 3/27 (Sunday paper)
Total out of pocket $.79

The Total out of pocket I paid for all these items was $15.53 (plus tax) and had a savings of $21.50, not bad for just a few minutes of printing off coupons and if you need these items anyway it is a great savings.

Have Fun,


  1. you should do a couponing for dummies post for me :) I get intimidated by couponing!


  2. That is funny Sharla! Couponing rocks! You can get A MAJOR high when you hit a really great deal!! Rite Aid is one of the best pharmacies to shop at and here, publix is the best grocery store.
    Last week at rite aid i got $160 worth of stuff (inluding claritin, burts bees, Tide, Cetaphil, and more) for $6.34. I was pretty thrilled!! I like