Purina One Beyond Dog Food 3.5lb Bag as low as $0.32 each at Target!

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Purina Dog Food Coupon

Wow, check out this great unadvertised deal at Target right now. Most stores should have the 3.5 lb bags of Purina One Beyond Dog Food on sale for $6.49 right now, plus you will receive a $5.00 Target Gift Card when you buy 3 (through 3/16).  As always with unadvertised deals, this may be somewhat regional but be sure to check your store or even price check if there is no sign!

To make this deal pretty awesome, some of you may have high value $2/1 Purina One Dry Pet Food Item 3 lb+ Target Coupon from your 1/6 SS inserts.  Unlike Target printable coupons, there is not a limit one Target Coupon per customer rule, so if you have 3 of these Target Coupons you can score a super awesome deal!

Pair these Target Coupons with the $2.50/1 Purina One Beyond Dog Food Coupon available to pick up these 3.5 lb bags for only $0.32 each after coupons & gift card! Wow, great deal!

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  • Laura D.

    Does Target sell the cat food version of this? Our shelter only uses Purina One brand due to so many special needs cats. I did check Target online and didn’t see it there, if anyone knows, TIA!

    • Anonymous

      Laura my Target had the cat food

  • An

    There is a $1 Target coupon on the Target website if you do not have the $2 one.

  • Michelle

    Great price to donate to animal shelters!!!!

  • Larry

    you can feed dog food to cats and cat food to dogs–they can’t tell the difference!

  • Pam

    This is an awesome deal! I switched my dog from the regular Purina One to the Purina One Beyond about a year ago because I got a very good deal on it back then (maybe when it just came out?). My dog didn’t have any issues switching food and he has a sensitive belly!

  • There is an amino acid called taurine that is ESSENTIAL for cats and is present in the required amounts in feline food – but not in dog food. Neither dogs, nor humans, require it. So, feeding a steady diet of dog food to cats will cause numerous health issues over time and should be avoided.

    • izmelda

      Plus, cats are primarily carnivorous animals (they have a short GI tract), and dog food is full of extra carbohydrates that cats don’t need. All those excess carbs can actually make cats overweight and even diabetic (think of eating potato chips all day).

      On the other hand, cat food is way richer than dog food with regards to protein and can cause stomach upset in some dogs with touchy GI systems.