Check out what’s free and super cheap at Target

Posted by Amy Dunn on February 25, 2014 

Score free K-cups coffee and ultra cheap frozen vegetables, Ibuprofin, school supplies and pasta at Target right now using a new set of mobile coupons on store-brand products.

Have the coupons sent to your phone by texting OFFERS to 827438. You'll receive a text with a link to a list of the coupons and a barcode for the cashier to scan at checkout.

Among the best coupons:

$1/1 UP & UP school supplies of $1 or more. I found several items in the $1 to $2 range.

.75/1 Market Pantry frozen vegetable. Several 12-oz. packages were 99 cents at the Apex store.

$1/2 Market Pantry pasta. The 1-lb. boxes were $1 each.

$2/1 Archer Farms single-cup coffee. The 3-cup packages were $1.49. In other words, FREE!

$2/2 Up & Up pain relief items. The 24-count packages of Ibuprofin were $1.07.

There are also coupons for Market Pantry ice cream, a bakery purchase, women’s and men’s clothing and kitchen supplies and small appliances.

Combine the mobile coupons, which are redeemable using your phone, with Target Cartwheel coupons and you’ll save even more. For instance, there’s a 10 percent Cartwheel coupon on all Up & UP items right now.

I did a quick trip to my Target in Apex and scored a free three-pack of Archer Farms K-Cups, two 24-count packages of Up & Up Iburprofin for 6 cents each, an 8-pack of Up & Up mechanical pencils for 22 cents, a 12-oz. package of Market Pantry frozen green beans for 22 cents and two 16-oz. boxes of Market Pantry pasta for 47 cents each.

My total came to $1.42 after mobile coupons, Cartwheel coupons and a 5-cent reusable bag credit.

Check out the picture of my shopping trip posted on the Centstible Saver Facebook page HERE.

Not familiar with Target Cartwheel? It's a Facebook-based way to save at Target. Read my post about it HERE.

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