Monday, May 11, 2009

Target + New Kraft Qs = some sweet deals.

Okay, I hope you've printed your high-value Kraft Qs! If so, check out these sweet deals you can get at Target with those great printable coupons:

Crystal Light Drink Mixes: $2.99
Buy (1) Crystal Light Drink Mixes @ $2.99
Buy (1) Crystal Light Skin Essentials @ $2.99
Use 1 $1.00 printable
Use 1 Buy 1 get one FREE Crystal Light Essential Printable coupon
Use 2 $1.00/1 Target Printable
Final Cost: FREE after coupons 

Kraft Velveeta Shells & Cheese: $1.50
Use $1.00 printable
Final Cost:$0.50 each

Nabisco 100 Calorie Packs: $1.93
Use $1.00 printable
Use $1.00 Target Printable
Final Cost: FREE plus $0.07 in overage 

Kraft Mayo: $1.99
Buy (2) Kraft Mayo @ $1.99
Use (2) $1/1 printable Qs
Final cost: $.49 each

Kraft Salad Dressings: $1.59
Buy (2) Kraft Dressings @ $1.59
Use (2) $1/1 printables or $1.50/1 from 5/10 insert
Final Cost: Free + possible overage

Kraft Easy Mac single serve cups: $.77
Buy (2) Easy Mac cups
Use the $1/2 printable
Final cost: $.27 each

Ritz Bits: $2.00 
Use the $1.00/1 Printable Coupon
Final Cost: $1.00 after coupon

Ritz Crackers: $2.50
Use the $1.00/1 Printable Coupon
Use the $1.00/1 Target Printable
Final Cost: $.50

Triscuit or Wheat Thins: $2.04
Use the $1/1 printable
Final Cost: $1.04

I don't have the current price on the following items, but I'll try to track it down. But these are bound to be good deals since we have a manufacturer's Q and a Target Q to combine! If anyone knows what these are priced at Target, let us know!

Oreo Cakesters: ?
Use the $1.00/1 Printable Coupon
Use the $1.00/1 Target Printable

Kraft Cheese: ?
Use the $1.00/2 Printable Coupon
Use the $1.00/2 Target Printable

Hat tip to Hip 2 Save and NWA deals.


  1. I am confused by your crystal light deal, it seems you are using to many q's? You are buying two products and using two manufacturers q's but the b1g1 q really relates to both products so you shouldn't be able to use both. correct?!

  2. Sarah,

    Using a regular man. Q plus a B1G1 on the same transaction is a YMMV ("Your mileage may vary" for any newbies reading this) deal. Some stores will let you while others won't, but it is ethical if your store will let you. You are using the regular man. q (for example, $1/1) on the item you are buying, and the B1G1 to get the other item free. Among the couponing ethics articles I've read, everyone seems to be in agreement that as long as you are maintaining a 1 coupon to 1 item ratio on this type of deal, it is legit.

    What are your thoughts?

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