If you need to catch up on the challenge I gave myself last week, read here.
I just returned from Target, and it was another good trip. It would’ve been a lot better, but I was prevented from using one of my coupons, even after I read them their policy from their website. Oh well… I will print the policy out and get that deal the next time I go.
I went and did the Kashi deal this week, and I highly suggest it! This is even more exciting than the Fiber One promotion, in my opinion, because we eat a lot of Kashi products around here. When you buy 5 Kashi products, you receive a $5 Target gift card.
1 box Kashi Honey Sunshine
4 boxes of Kashi TLC bars, assorted kinds
1 2-pk of tiny composition books, in the clearance aisle for 24 cents
1 coupon for a free box of Honey Sunshine that I received off a free sample I ordered. But, there is a $1.50 coupon here
4 printable coupons for $1.50 off any Kashi TLC product (Note: you have to use multiple computers to print this many)
My total was $5.48, and I used $5 of my gift card stash. I totally cheated, though, because I paid the other 48cents out-of-pocket! I needed to use my other gift card in order to make this challenge fair, but I was flustered from not being able to use my other coupons and I totally forgot.
You can make this deal really good even without the coupon I had. If you can find a way to print 5 coupons for $1.50 off TLC bars, Target has certain ones priced at $2.77. The other TLC bars and the cereals are $2.88. So, if you buy all of the cheaper items, you’ll pay $6.35 and you’ll get a $5 gift card. If you buy the more expensive products, you’ll still only pay $6.90 upfront.
You may think I’m crazy, but if I can find a way to print more coupons, I’m thinking about going back for another round. I often take the bars with me on campus for a snack, so I go through these things pretty quickly.
Total: I still have $11.23 on gift cards, but that’s because I cheated. Sigh. I should have $10.75.