Target

-Will accept (1) Target coupon and (1) manufacturer coupon per item unless either coupon prohibits it.

-Will not give cash back if the face value of a coupon is greater than the purchase value of the item; in that case they will adjust the value of the coupon to equal the price of the item.
(see what the ProverbsWife says about this practice.)

-Does not accept competitor coupons.

-Will only credit for coupons presented at the time of the sale.

-Exercises the right to limit the number of items a customer can buy with coupons and will also limit purchases to reasonable family-size quantities. (read not stock-pile friendly)

Call (800) 440-0680, or visit us on Target.com to contact customer service

One comment

  1. Anonymous says:

    I had a big run-in with Target last week.

    I wanted to buy 2 Vitamin Waters.
    I wanted to use a cents-off coupon with the first item, and a BOGO coupon with the second item.

    The cashier wouldn’t let me use the coupons this way. Her take was that you could either use a cents off coupon on each item purchased, or a BOGO coupon for every two items purchased.

    I talked to the manager, who agreed with her, and I talked to Target corporate 800-number, they all agreed. At Target you cannot use a cents off coupon with the first item and a BOGO with the second item.

    This is the only store that has ever told me this in a year of serious couponing. Yet another ding in the long list of couponer-unfriendly practices at Target.

    -Margery, Ga

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