Follow Me Target Shopping: Goldfish Crackers 21¢, Oatmeal 4¢ & MORE!

by Jess on January 10, 2011

I dropped in Target tonight to do a small coupon shopping trip and was going to share a sweet little video of my scores but alas, the new SD card I purchased isn’t compatible with my old camera. Wah!

Anywho…here are a couple goodies I was able to pick up….

Quaker Quick Oats, 42-oz. | $2.04 (TPC until ?)
- $1/1 Quaker Target printable store coupon (only shows up under “Show All” category)
and use – $1/1 from RP 1/2 or printable here
Final Price: 4¢

Maalox Advanced Strength, 90-ct. | $4.69
- $5/1 from RP 1/9
Final Price: FREE + possible overage

Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Cocoa Adventures | 21¢!!!!!

(Thanks, A Full Cup!)

Starbucks Natural Fusions Coffee | $6.99
- $1.50/1 from Walmart sample
Final Price: $5.49

Coffeemate Creamer | $1.84
- 55¢/1 from RP 11/14
Final Price: $1.29

Kashi Go Lean Crisp | $2.99
- $3/1 from VocalPoint sample or printable here
Final Price: FREE!

My total for everything pictured above ended up being $9.04 (including tax), which to me is a great price considering more than half was for the coffee alone. It’s been awhile since I’ve gone out coupon shopping at Target and it felt good to get back out there again!

The Goldfish crackers were a major score for me, and something I wouldn’t typically buy, but for 21¢ I thought they would be a fun little treat :) Watch the expiration dates on these bad boys, the reason I bought so many is I thought March 2011 was a year away. Am I the only one that keeps forgetting it’s already 2011?  *sigh* Anyway, hopefully you will spot these at your store… mine were by the regular Goldfish crackers and there was NO signage up advertising the price. Be sure to run a bag under the red price scanner to verify the pricing in your area.

This weeks Target ad isn’t very spectacular, but I’ll try to get it up tonight/tomorrow morning. Last week I flaked, I know. Hope you all had a fabulous weekend! It sure flew by, didn’t it?

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Prohomemaker.Com January 10, 2011 at 5:57 am

Thanks. The oatmeal will be worth the short drive.

Just emailed my friends Jayne and Lisa and said "4 cent oatmeal and free Maalox, who could ask for anything more?"




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