For example, the last time I was at Target, they had Pop-Tarts for $1.52 per box. I was able to use a printable Target coupon for $.75 off AND a $.55 off manufacturer’s coupon. This made the Pop-Tarts $.22 per box!
You can print coupons directly from the Target website, but I’ve found that to be a paper-waster. They only print on part of the page, leaving huge white spaces. Instead, I head over to the Afullcup.com Target Coupon Generator .
The coupon generator offered by A Full Cup allows you to view all of the current Target coupons. Click on any of the thumbnail views to see the coupon’s details. You can then decide how many of each coupon you want to print. (My Target store allows me to use a reasonable number of each coupon in each transaction. Some stores only allow one per coupon per transaction. You’ll need to check your store’s policy.) Type the number of copies you want in the box below each coupon. When you’re all done, click the Print link.
The best part about the Target coupon generator from A Full Cup is that they cram as many coupons on a page as possible. There’s not nearly as much wasted space, and that means less wasted paper!