After dropping off Bogo to get his haircut, I ran into Target to try out the Q-tips deal I posted earlier.
You know, I have a love/hate relationship with Target. It’s mostly love but their registers drive me crazy. Fortunately, when I did this deal, the gift card was triggered right away so I didn’t have to deal with that. This time I had one coupon that didn’t come off all the way so it looks like I should have had more items in my cart to cover the difference of the gift card credit. If you remember, when you have a gift card deal the register appears to deduct the $5 Gift Card on the reciept although they don’t actually take off the $5. It becomes an imaginary credit. My total was going to fall below that imaginary credit (not including tax), so my last coupon only took off $0.04. Had I had more in my cart to cover the difference, I would have had the whole $0.60 come off.
You confused yet? I know I always am reading Target receipts
Here is how my transaction went:
4 Gold Peak Tea $1.02
4 Q-tips 375 ct $2.69
-(4)$1/1 Gold Peak Tea (I’m not sure if this is still available)
-(4)$1/1 Q-tips Target Coupon
-(4)$0.60/1 Q-tips manufacturer coupon
Total should have been: $4.44 but the last coupon deducted $0.04 to make it $5
Total came to $5.41
Received a $5 Target Gift Card
Final Price for all was $0.41 which was tax. Pretty sweet as I need Q-tips!
Make sure to check out the rest of the Target Coupon Match Ups for this week.