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Target: FREE Crayola Scissors & $0.19 Crayons

10:06 PM MST
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Yipee!  Here are some sweet deals on Easter Basket fillers at Target for ya!

My First Crayola Scissors $2.99
Use the $1/1 My First Crayola Item Target store coupon found here
Plus, use the $2/1 My First Crayola Item Facebook coupon found here Out of prints! :(
Final cost FREE!

My First Crayola Triangular Crayons $3.19
Use the $1/1 My First Crayola Item Target store coupon found here 
Plus, use the $2/1 My First Crayola Item Facebook coupon found here Out of prints! :(
Final cost only $0.19!

If you want to score these deals, don’t wait to print your coupons – the Facebook coupon is limited to 20,000 prints. It’s gone now. :( Please note that not all Target locations carry these Crayola products. Come back to let us know if you spot any other great Target deals using these Crayola coupons!

(Thanks, Totally Target!)

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  • Stacy says:

    I got the crayons in WA state for 2.69, so totally free with coupons. Didn’t notice if they allow overages.

  • Mo says:

    Yay! I just picked up the triangular crayons that I had bought for our 5yo when he was very little and they are SO worn down that we should get a new box for our littlest one for when he’s ready to draw :D Scissors will be great for tucking into our teacher gift baskets in the winter (as we have several pairs of those already)!!

  • rosebudds says:

    I hope I find them in Austin!

  • MsMoneyStretcher says:

    Thanks great for pratice cutting with nieces and god son. Then save a set for my 1st child (arrival in the next couple of years :-D ) … THX!!!

  • Maymee says:

    I saw this price at my location too but I’m not buy them yet! I want to wait for Crayola Washable Crayons 2ct $4.99! on sale for my baby because coupons EXP 4/22 :)

  • Randi says:

    Am i just not seeing the coupon on the target website or what?

  • J says:

    Thank you so much for posting this Collin. I wanted to get these items, but sometimes Crayola can be pricey. These deals work for me. FREE OR VERY CHEAP. Getting these for my son’s Easter basket

  • Kristen says:

    I have not been able to print any facebook coupons lately…I am brought to a page where it says to enter my zipcode, so I do and when I hit enter it looks like it is going to print but nothing ever happens. Is anyone else having this problem? Does anyone know how to fix it? Thanks! (all other coupons from other sites print fine…)

  • MommySpendsLess says:

    The Crayola “program has ended”

  • Pinky says:

    The facebook coupon has reached it’s print limit.

  • Jodie says:

    the $2 coupon says the event ended for that already, guess i should have been on last night. :(

  • Ashley says:

    The facebook coupon is GONE :(

  • Michelle says:

    Facebook coupon is GONE! But if you go onto you can still score a $1/1 coupon under zip 85254. Not as a great deal as the $2/1 coupon but $0.99 is still a great deal!!! Good luck!

    • minxiemoon says:

      Thanks for the heads up on the $1/1 coupon! The only problem w/it, just like the 2 that were left on Facebook to print, is that it is $1 off any Crayola Color Product (with the purchase of $5.00 or more). So you will need to find something for $5.00 or more in order to use both the Facebook or coupon & Target.
      Speaking of Target……… does everyone deal w/their Target web coupons that say one per guest? In Windsor, CT, that store is a real PITA! I can understand them not allowing you to use the 2 that you are allowed to print in 1 transaction, but they won’t even let you go back in line a 2nd time to use the 2nd coupon!!!! :(

      • Michelle says:

        Sorry I wasn’t clear. The $1/1 was for the My First Crayola product. It does not have a $5 min purchase. That was only for the Color Wonder (on But, I’m not sure, but if you are buying multiple crayola products (like the my first scissors or triangular crayons, you will be well over $5 paying. Plus I’m not sure how much color wonder goes for, so it may be over $5 anyway).
        As far as Target, I’m in NJ and I don’t have that problem. Some let me use the two at a time. If I feel I’m going to have a problem, I just get in another line. They don’t have an issue with that. Sucks how every location feels differently about their OWN coupons.

        • minxiemoon says:

          Thanks Michelle! Yeah, the Target in Windsor, CT totally sucks!! Their slogan “Getting you more red for less green” should be changed to “You’ll be seeing red if you try to save any green”!
          The other day I had one of the rudest encounters with a young lady manager there. Obviously her “power” as a mgr has gone to her head (that is if there isn’t anything in there). I won’t go into details & get all riled up again, but I ended up saying just void the whole thing, that I was going to Customer Service. She said to me that I shouldn’t bother, they would just call her & she was the last word on it. I kind of muttered God Help us all! I did tell her at that point that I was going to contact Target Corporate and let them know how poorly she is running that store.
          I have read on Totally Target & other sites that Target has little or no coupon training & it shows – they don’t even know the basics. How do you reason with someone or a manager who does not know or understand the coupon policy, even when you have it right there with you? Oh well, we’ll see what Corporate comes back (if they do) when I write them after I have cooled down.
          Bottom line – isn’t it amazing how some stores go out of there way to make your shopping experience enjoyable/pleasant & then there are the ones that get you so worked up you wish you never heard of coupons?? Loife is funny. :)

      • Patti says:

        I always just use them a seperate day, just to stick to policy. One time I had a mixup and the manager offered to ring up each transaction seperately, which I felt bad, but he offered! He said it was no problem.

        • Patti says:

          …but from what I read, it seems like people are using multiple target coupons (same) in one transaction? I keep asking this question!

          • Melinda says:

            If I have multiple coupons that say one per customer, I sometimes bring my husband and 2 older kids with me so that we can use 4 coupons.

    • Suzanne says:

      THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR POSTING ABOUT THIS COUPON! We are not allowed to get on FB @ work so I knew I would miss that coupon. The ONLY thing my son wants from the Easter Bunny is scissors and a pinwheel…he’s an odd little 3 yo! LOL So thanks again for helping the Easter Bunny’s budget!

      • Sarah says:

        Here’s my question I have always wondered about the Target coupons. Is the coupon not being provided by the company and it’s another provider? I mean, what difference does it make if it’s a promotion ran by the company? They are not missing out on money by running the risk of a manufacturer not reimbursing them. What does it matter if it’s one a transaction or two, etc?

        Hope that made sense. I am horrible at explaining things, and just have wondered for a while and hoping to get some education. (I do adhere to the one a transaction)


  • J says:

    The coupon must have just went out because I printed two this morning

  • Amanda Rossman says:

    Out of prints

  • Suzanne says:

    Anyone know if Staples has these products – can we pair the coupons with their 50% off of Crayola coupon?

    • Lynn says:

      All Staples should. I went to my local Staples and I used the Crayola Wonder Q & stacked it with the 50% off Staples Q. Worked for me. Only problem is that the Staples Q can only be used for 1 item & 1 Q per person. And getting off the subject I also ran across the 12pk of Sharpie markers for $5. So I’m heading back today to get more items. :)

  • marie says:

    Did anyone notice the original price in the picture above?… $99.67 for scissors and $39.88 for crayons?!! I’m sure I’m not interpreting this correctly. (:

  • elspethcordelia says:

    Triangle crayons were $2.69 at my west MI Target. Hooray for free crayons AND scissors!

  • minxiemoon says:

    On a different note. If any of you are followers of One Frugal Chick (or even if you’re not). She often has on the right side of her blog Good Deed of the day. Recently she posted a need to have people like a fellow bloggers photo entry on facebook to win a free birthday party for her kids at a farm. Her husband had a terrible accident at the end of the year. After 1 1/2 months he is finally home. Her name is Shari Lott & she has spearmint Baby – really cute site. If you want to do a simple, easy act of kindness today – help her get the most votes. The contest ends today – believe me, you’ll just feel Good. Thanks!!

    Good Deed of the Day!

    by One Frugal Chick on 2012/03/19 at 12:03 PM

    UPDATE: This contest ends 3/22. Shari is currently at 174 facebook “likes,” the first place person currently has over 300. If you haven’t done so yet please “like” her photo! Thanks!

    Hi all, I have a favor to ask. This is for a blogging buddy of mine, Shari. Shari got me into blogging inadvertently because I once worked for her husband and she was then running one blog She now runs 4 blogs! I had some down time at the job and decided I would give blogging a try. Fast forward 3 1/2 years later and I now run 2 blogs. I am also a contributing editor to Spearmint Baby (I post on Mondays). Recently Shari & her family have been through a lot. Her husband was in a very bad accident before the New Year and was in the hospital for a month and a half. He finally came home around Valentine’s day If you could, please CLICK HERE and “like” Shari’s Photo on facebook so she can win a free Birthday Party for her kiddos at a local Farm

    • minxiemoon says:

      She is actually up to 267 right now, but far less than whomever the person with the highest amount has. Thanks again. :)

  • Kelly says:

    FYI, keep your eye out at your Dollar Tree for this brand…I got some triangle shaped paints for toddlers for $1 (obviously, hence the Dollar Tree :))

  • Molly says:

    Would these be with the regular scissor section?

    • Joy says:

      they are in with the stationary items..there is a Crayola secion all in it’s least that is how my store was..I scored the crayons free.. $2.97 …but no scissors ..thnx

  • Amy says:

    The triangle crayons are great for taking to restaurants. They don’t roll off the table.

  • Melinda says:

    Found My First Crayola Musical Rub Art Station on clearance for $2.98 (reg. $10). Used the $2/1 MQ and $1/1 TQ to get it for $0.10!

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