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Target: *HOT* $5 Off Nestle Purchase Of $20+ Store Coupon = Great Deal on DiGiorno + More

2:08 PM MST
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WooHoo! Calling all you Target shoppers! You’ll definitely want to check out this *HOT* new Target store coupon. Head on over to the Target Coupon Site to print a new $5 off Nestle Purchase of $20 or more Target store coupon, valid through 5/25 (under the Grocery category). There are a ton of deals you should be able to score with this rockin’ coupon and here’s one for ya…

(Photo Credit: Totally Target!)

Buy 3 Select Frozen Pizzas = FREE Drumstick Ice Cream – REGIONAL DEAL
(Not available at all storesValid through 4/27)

Deal Scenario:
Buy 4 DiGiorno pizzeria! Frozen Pizzas $5 each
Buy 1 Nestle Drumstick 8 ct $5.99
Total = $20 (due to the Nestle Drumstick 8 ct. being FREE)
Use the $5 off Nestle Purchase of $20 or more Target store coupon found here
Use 2 $2/1 DiGiorno Pizzeria coupons found here (there will also be $2/1 Large pizza coupons available on the DiGiorno Facebook page tonight!)
Use 2 $1.50/1 DiGiorno Pizzeria coupons found on
Final cost as low as $8 total – just $1.60 each!

Let us know if you cook up another scenario to make use of this *HOT* Nestle coupon!

(Thanks and Photo Credit: Totally Target!)

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  • patti says:

    the facebook coupon is active right now. I just printed it.

  • Kim says:

    There are a bunch of options for this coupon. This link can give some ideas of what products are by Nestle.

    • Lisa says:

      will the cashiers know what is included in the Nestle brand?
      I go to Target like every week, and all to often I have to tell the cashiers how to ring up my purchase (which coupons come first, that I can use 1 manu Q and 1 Target Q on the same product, etc)

  • Tracy says:

    I understand that for some deals, it can be maximized if we use 3 or 4 or more of the same coupons. However, I think we should assume that most people (per person per household) will logically print 2 coupons only (which is generally the max allowed # of coupons per computer you can print from an online coupon site). Listing out the use of 4 coupons may the deal appears to be better than it really is. In addition, not everyone has more than one computer. In fact, I am not sure it’s really fair for one person to use multiple computers to print out coupons that he/she might not use just because he/she print. Most of the popular coupons have count limits and once the max counts have been printed, the coupon is no longer available. Just sharing my 2 cents as I have seen the “4-coupon” deals listed out more often now.

    • Nick says:

      Maybe it’s time for you to get another computer? I don’t see anything wrong with it. I do not feel bad that I can print 10 or more of the same coupon. Printable coupon offers are becoming a lot higher value than insert coupons and a great way to stock up on things you need!

      • Brian says:

        Good answer. You can pay for a new computer with the additional savings. The larger your family the more coupons you need.

      • mel says:

        I totally agree Tracy. I think these deals should be posted using 2 coupons. That’s great if someone can print multiples, but I’m sure a majority of us only have access to 1 computer/printer. I know has an app, but you need a wireless printer. I don’t have one of those. I just bought a new printer a year ago, so I’m NOT looking to buy another computer OR printer!

        • Janelle says:

          There are actually 2 different 2.00 off coupons listed! Both from facebook. One you can access now for the pizzeria pizza and another will become active at 7 EST for 2.00 off any Digiorno. Only 1 computer needed! :)

    • Elizabeth says:

      Most people have more than 1 computer so I think it is totally fair to list these deals and print more than 1 or 2. That’s like saying it’s not fair that people buy more than 1 newspaper. How is it any different?

      • Katrina says:

        I totally agree. My household has two computers and two iPhones with the coupons[dot]com app installed. If it’s a coupon from that site, my household can get 8 prints. I don’t often do that unless it’s baby food or diapers (we have twins), but I’m not going to complain if others do.

      • Ashley57 says:

        Good point Elizabeth. I don’t see it as any different than buying more than one newspaper.

    • Rebe says:

      I cant believe people are actually complaining about Collin’s escenarios! Number 1: be grateful, if you dont like her style, go to another blog! Also, have you heard of a place called your-local-library? Most of them have public computers/printers. Also, friends and family, anyone? A good neighbor that you can send a bag of goodies here and there for letting you use the printer?

      It’s about time for some readers to become more resourceful people and stop complaining!

      Hey, just my 2 cents! :)

      • Debbie Busse says:

        i agree. when i first started on her site i had 1 computer and 1 printer, i didnt complain about her deals. i just wished i could print more. now i have 2 of each. and my hubby prints at work. thank you collin

      • Dee says:

        I am with Tracy. I don’t think most people have more than one computer. Not everyone can afford to get a computer let alone more than one (good for those who have multiple computers, printers and phones). And to Rebe, it’s true that people can go to the library to print and get friends/family/coworkers to print for them. But I think sometimes you want to weigh how important a $2 deal is to you. Is it worth driving 20-30 minutes to a library (and spending gas) to print? what about hassling others to print for you? To the readers who are okay with people getting 2 newspapers. How do you feel if someone sweeping 10 newspapers just before your turn? (one reader said he has no issue printing 10 or more prints of coupons). To have to go through twists and turns to just get a deal, I am not sure that is worth it. Each to its own.

        • Ketsy says:

          I agree with you Dee. Its become such a hassle to coupon. Not to even mention the prints, but that person to live in your hometown and grab all the pizzas and when you drag your toddlers that way just for the deal there’s none left. I still coupon, but I am doing it in a much healthier, ethical way. My piece of ming and my children are more important than saving a buck or two. :D

    • Tarri says:

      I see your frustration because at times I don’t even get the coupons sometimes listed here. As in the above deal, there are multiple sources to get 4 coupons, maybe not all the same amount but still a good deal. I see three listed above and there was also one recently in the newspaper, which is a 1.50/1. I really don’t see anything wrong with her showing the best possible scenario so everyone is aware of what is available and what they can do/get with it.

  • Jacinda says:

    My store doesn’t carry the Pizzeria pizzas :(

    • Megan says:

      Wait until tonight when the $2 off any large DiGiorno pizza comes out. The coupon will be live from 7PM-10PM EST.

    • Kari says:

      I’ve been to three Targets in the past week and none of them have the “pizzeria” item, sad. Anyone else having this issue? I’m in Oregon.

  • jennine says:

    I’m not finding the 5$ off nestle product coupon and looked through all the target coupons. what section should it be under?

  • Mandy says:

    I am super excited about his deal!! I hope my Target has these pizzas! Thanks!!!

  • Bmichon89 says:

    The $2 coupon is actually available now… I just printed 2 of them! :-) I found it toward the top of the fb page…

  • Elyse says:

    Can we use the $1/2 DiGiorno pizza target coupon as well??

    • lenmar01 says:

      No, that coupon applies to the DiGiorno rising crust pizzas only. Hope this helps you.

      • mel says:

        I’d try. The $5/20 is for a total purchase while the $1/2 is for a specific product. It may depend on how the register handles the grouping. So you’d need $20 worth of Nestle (and 2 must be Rising Crust) Give the $5/20 first, then the $1/2. Either the register will take it or not!

  • Kara says:

    I’m not seeing it (the $2 one people are saying are available now..) I just see the pizzeria one? Are people getting confused?

  • Mindy says:

    Just got the $2 off a large pizza. Hope I can fit all of these in my freezer! I love cheap pizza night for my family!

  • Karen says:

    Just printed $2 off coupon “when you buy ONE (1) Large DiGiorno Pizza from Facebook link above. Used that link, clicked on DiGiorno and for the $2 off coupon next to the $2. off pizzeria coupon.

  • Debbie says:

    it wasn’t a new link for me, it said i have already printed

  • savedbycoupons says:

    Will the cost of the Drumsticks come off as the pizzas ring up, showing it at no charge? If so, I need to be sure to have that amount covered so I’m not short of $20 at the register.

    • Tarri says:

      The register will group it all together, so it charges for it and then takes it off. So not sure if you can count the Drumsticks as part of the 20.00.

  • audrea says:

    there must be something im not getting. how the heck is a $5 off $20 nestle qpon good on pizza?

  • marae says:

    Can i use 4 of $2 MQ digiorno pizza coupon( $8.00) ,stack it with target coupon 5 off $20? ($8+5=13)pay $7 for 4 pizzas

    • Bev M says:

      I just did it. Also used the $1/2 DiGiorno Target coupon, and it went through with no problems. So only $6 for 4 pizzas and a box of Drumsticks. Only thing, my store had the 4 ct box of Drumsticks free, not the 8 ct.

    • Molly says:

      I am pretty sure you can, that is exactly what I’m planning to do.

    • Ashley says:

      Yes, you can do that. If you buy 3 pizzas though, you get the drumsticks free! So that makes the deal even better as it would be 7.00 for all 4 pizzas and a package of drumsticks! HTH

    • Shae says:

      That’s the deal that I did! It worked marvelously. I used my red card and paid $6.93 after taxes. That’s $1.39 per item! Whoo hooo!!!!!

      • Desi says:

        Can you get the free drum sticks if you don’t buy the pizzaria? If I just buy the regular or rising crust digiorno will I still get the drum sticks?

        • Shae says:

          You sure will! Looks for the signs at your store. The signs will tell you which pizzas to buy to get the free drumsticks. Also, be sure to scan the products. The pizzeria wasn’t tagged, but I scanned it and sure enough, it was!

  • Shelle says:

    How do I find out if my Target has the regional free drumsticks part of the deal?

    • Shae says:

      I actually called my Target store and they checked it for me. I didn’t want to waste gas on the trip if they weren’t participating in the promotion.

    • Mandy says:

      I didn’t know until I went in and looked to see if it was tagged that way. It wasn’t in my add but it was marked in store and worked perfectly!

  • Txmomx3 says:

    Does anybody know if we have the Drumstick deal in San Antonio?

  • Kathryn says:

    Fingers crossed for the pizzeria ones to be in stock tomorrow :)

  • jenny says:

    at my target the pizzeria pizzas are not included in the free drumsticks promotion, but they are 5 dollars! still a good deal

  • Kathryn says:

    Well Im hoping for another of these coupons to be released mobile or something. I tried to print the coupon twice, and it kept saying it couldn’t printer because there was a problem with my printer I guess. Then when I get the message to clear, it says the coupon has already been printed, which it hasn’t. Dang, guess I’ll have to pass on this deal now :(

  • Jennifer M says:

    If the 8ct is included in the deal at my store I wonder if …

    2 Drumsticks 8ct @ 5.99
    2 Large digorno Pizzas @ $5
    4 Pizzeria Digorno Pizzas @ $5
    Use 2 $5/20
    – 2 Free drumsticks promo
    -$4 (2) $2 off large
    -$4 (2) $2 off pizzeria
    – $3 (2) 1.50 off pizzeria
    -$1 $1/2 target large digorno

    $8 for all? :))) Only if the drumsticks count toward my purchase requirement of the $20.

    • Maureen says:

      I don’t think you can use 2 $5/20 in one purchase. Also the way things ring up at Target I think the price of the drumsticks would be taken off before you give coupons so I don’t think it would count towards the $20.

    • Mandy says:

      the drumsticks will not count towards your $20. I was just there. But I got 4 pizzas and 1 pack of 8 drumsticks for $8.

  • Diane G says:

    There is a $1.50 of Stouffer’s family size entrée available on facebook. Stouffer’s is $5.44 at my Target so it worked well with the Nestle coupon.

  • Savedbycoupons says:

    Yeah! Today my Target had the 8 count Drumsticks free with 3 DiGiorno pizzas! It had been the 4 count Drumsticks. I was able to get 4 pizzas and the 8 count Drumsticks for only $6.55! Of course I take my own bags in for $.05 each and use the debit Red Card. I had 4 $2.00 coupons and the $5 off $20. I had 2 of the $2.00 coupons from earlier this week and 2 from FB last night. Great deal!

  • Brandy Riley says:

    I got 4 pizzas and 4ct drumsticks for 5 bucks no beepage.. Was able to use 2 1/2 target digiorno coupons and the 5 off and 4 (2 off) Digiorno! SCORE!

  • beth says:

    I just got a cashier who scrutinized every coupon and told me I could not use any of them, that they could not use a target and manufacturer coupon together and that a free item coupon I had that said “value up to $25” could not be accepted b/c I had not spent $25. The manager backed her on most of this and when I told her it went against Target’s policy and she said that that store had been told something different and she could not show me where in the policy it said what she told me.

    • mindy says:

      I had one this morning, did the same thing word by word. Funny she read “1 coupon per item purchased” but only allowed me to use 1 coupon. I repeated what she read and said it didn’t say “per transaction/person”. The manager asked her how many pizza I bought and she said 3, then I was allowed to use 3 manufacturers coupons.

      3 pizza $5 each
      1 nestle drum stick 8’s $5.49(free and count toward the $20 purchase)
      use $5/$20
      $1/2 target digiorno coupon
      3 $2/1 digiorno coupon

      Paid $3 + tax and will submit for $5 rebate (NC & VA residents) for buying $10 worth of frozen pizza (found in food lion) – $2 money maker!

      • Karen says:

        Your Target store shouldn’t let you use the $5/20 nestle coupon on only 3 pizzas and the drumstick. Since the drumstick is free, the cost doesn’t count because you are not paying $5.49. In actuality, you only paid $15 (the 3 pizzas) not $20. My Target store manager explained that’s how it works. The $5.49 came off right away so it doesn’t count.

        • mindy says:

          the drumstick didn’t come off automaticly, the cashier had to check the shelf sticker and manually took it off at the end. Maybe that’s why it worked because she scanned the $5/$20 purchased before I realized the drumstick didn’t come off.

  • Savedbycoupons says:

    Heads up, there are quite a few Nestlé coupons in the SS coming out Sunday. I get The Wall Street Journal (free from Rewards Gold) and it has coupons on Fridays! If you have had enough pizza, you might want to make some other combinations with this Target coupon. :)

  • axhilli says:

    Got 4 digiorno pizza, 4 pack drumsticks, 2 sundrop (2 liters) and paid $6.56 out of pocket. I would have only paid $5.56 but I only used 1 of the $1 off of 2 digornio target coupons as I only printed one.

    Coupons I used
    (4) $2 off digiorno pizza
    (1) $5 off $20 nestle target coupon
    (1) $1 off 2 digornio target coupon
    (1) bogo sundrop coupon on sale for $1.25 but coupon took off $1.89

    Super happy to save over $22 with sales and coupons :)

  • Deidre says:

    Anyone know when these deal ends??

  • Kari says:

    KInda excited, my local store still had their signs up from last week, so I asked a worker and he said since someone left them up that I could still take advantage of the promo, so he took them down and gave me one sign to take up to the registers so I could get the $6.38 box of mini’s for free! The pizzas weren’t on sale anymore for $5 (reg $5.64) but I still used 4 of the $2 off internet printable ones and then the $5 off a $20 Nestle purchase. Unexpected sales are the BEST!

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