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Target: Method Mickey or Minnie Foaming Hand Pump Soap Only $0.74 (After Coupon Stack)

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Wow! Next time you are at Target, keep your eyes peeled for Method Mickey or Minnie Mouse Hand Soap! These hand soaps are priced at $2.49 and combined with coupons makes for a very sweet deal…

Method Mickey or Minnie Foaming Hand Pump Soap $2.49
Use the $1/1 Method item Target store coupon found here (click under “Beauty” category)
Plus, use the regional $0.75/1 Method Mickey or Minnie product coupon found in the 8/12 SS
Final cost only $0.74!

(Thanks, My Coupon Madness!)

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29 Hip Readers Commented

  • babyrn says:

    Thanks for the info! Are these on price cut? The last time I checked, this soap was 3.49!

  • angela says:

    I was able to do this deal on Saturday and they were 2.49. Sorry, I don’t remember if it was a price cut or not.

    • Shayla says:

      I know for a fact that mine was $3.49 on Saturday because I went to look to see if I could get them cheaper. My kiddos bathroom is Mickey/Minnie and thought these would be perfect but still not willing to pay over $1 for them =( bummed I did not receive the regional MQ from the paper.

  • Vanessa says:

    I was wondering the same thing.. I am going to check this out when I go to Target. I just finished stocking up on a bunch of different Method cleaners for 0.69 each! OMG I love Method cleaners and was thrilled to get such a great deal. I have a 16 month old and with potty training soon upon us (yikes!) I would like to pick a few of these up and give them a try. Thanks for posting this Collin!

  • Alyanna says:

    I think the $2.49 price is a regular price for some people- here in Washington, everything at our Targets is significantly higher (from 0.10 cents to $1 higher) than what’s posted on the national coupon blogs.

  • tammi says:

    Yeah they were 3.49 at my store and just fyi these are very small bottles of soap.

  • Megan says:

    They are small, but they are really cute and you can buy the Method foaming hand wash refill when you run out. Unfortunately, last I checked they refills don’t come in these scents, but it is still a cheaper way to refill those cute bottles.

    • Shayla says:

      have you tried any other refill in these? Just wondering because I always get free soap and would be willing to buy these once in order to refill with my free soap =)

      • Carolyn says:

        I refill our current foaming soap container (I think it was a Dial bottle?) with just regular handsoap and some water. I usually use the Softsoap from Costco that I got a year ago with a coupon and just started on our second bottle – adding the water is necessary to get it to foam, and makes you use less (but still enough), and the cheap price allows me to not be concerned when my kids pump it 10x before washing. :) I got the Method Minnie soap which is now in their bathroom, and they LOOOOOVE, and I plan on refilling it the same way. :)

        • cara says:

          we do the same thing with the sponge bob foaming hand soap! I use gentle dish soap with some water sometimes too.

        • Asenath says:

          Thanks for this tip! I am going to try it! I didn’t want to refill with the regular dial foaming soap, bc it contains triclosan, which apparently is not good for you.

  • Lindsey says:

    Ours are about $3.50…but they are the only way I can get my 2 1/2 year old to wash her hands without crying and carrying on so I’d pay twice that just to have a hassle free “potty” and handwashing experience!!

    • Kristin says:

      You can refill them with regular hand soap and water (about 1/4 soap to water ratio). Put the soap in first and then slowly fill it with water, letting the water hit the side and slide down (so you don’t end up with a bubbly mess)!

  • Nikki says:

    Cheapest way to refill is use some FREE dish liquid. Who cares what they call it? It all scrubs the grime away :)

    • Tilla Ham says:

      if you have sensitive skin, or eczema, dish soap tears it up…we are unable to use anything but hand renewal here, and it’s never cheap or free…we are only able to use the milk and honey soaps or soaps with lotions

  • Mo says:

    Yay! I’ve been setting aside (small) Disney things I’ve been able to get for free or for about $1 to take with us on our trip to DWorld next year! I’m a BIG fan of having small themed things (that cost next to nothing!) on hand when we go places (ex: Day out with Thomas) instead of paying out the nose for more expensive stuff that’s all right there – right at their height no less! I’ll still let them get some special things while we’re there, but deals like this help to keep the fun up for the little ones without breaking the bank!

    • Sonia says:

      Here kids, have some SOAP! LOL

    • Krista says:

      I think this is a fabulous idea and have never thought of this. I think it would be fun to replace the soap in the hotel/house with a Mickey one or scatter Mickey themed items around the room to keep up the excitement. Who cares if its you or the hotel who puts the stuff there…the kids are going to love it regardless. Genius idea!!!

      Sonia, I don’t think she meant she was going to give them the soap to take home as a momento.

    • Asenath says:

      We are going to Disney in January, and I was thinking the same thing Mo!

  • Christie P says:

    I’ve looked all over my Target in Bethlehem, GA and cannot find these anywhere.

  • Shannon says:

    Did anyone else not have the Method coupon in their 8/12 SS? I cannot seem to find it.

  • Lisa says:

    It’s regional. Here in Texas, it was in one of the two 8/12 SS. Mine was on the inside of the first page. Hope that helps.

  • Tina says:

    It is REALLY FRUSTRATING to me that some people are able to obtain so many of the same target q given the number allowed. I was only able to print ONE of these method q’s and thats trying on BOTH computers in our home.:(:(:(

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