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Target simply loves giving me free things :D . . . the ladies in line behind me were wowwed!

Posted on : 03-11-2009 | By : The Wife | In : Groceries

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Went to Target on Saturday and did the following . . .

1st Transaction –

  1. Bought 4 boxes of Kellogg’s Fiber bars @ $1.99 each
  2. Paid oop $8.14 including tax
  3. Received a $5.00 gift card (for buying the 4 pkgs bars)

2nd Transaction –

  1. 6 packages Keebler cookies
  2. 4 boxes Kellogg’s Fiber bars
  3. 3 packages Wonka candy
  4. Paid oop $0 (used some of gift card from 1st transaction)
  5. Received a $5.00 gift card (for buying the 4 pkgs bars)

3rd Transaction –

  1. 6 packages of Keebler cookies
  2. 3 packages Wonka candy
  3. 1 package M&M’s
  4. Paid oop $0 (used some of gift card 1st transaction)
  5. Still have $5.00 gift card from 2nd transaction

Total out of pocket for all 3 transactions was $8.14 plus I brought home a $5.00 gift card for future purchases.

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