Target: FREE Single Serve Jingos! Crackers

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I posted this in the Target Deals the other day, but thought it was worth mentioning again in case you missed it! The next time you’re in Target, be sure to make your way over to the Dollar Spot (if your store has one) and look for the single-serve pouches of Pepperidge Farm Jingos! crackers.

If you find them at your store, you can use the $1/1 Pepperidge Farm Jingos! crackers coupon found on to snag them completely FREE! Here’s the deal:

Pepperidge Farm Jingos! single-serve packs $1
Use the $1/1 coupon found here
Final cost FREE!

*These would be a great size for packing in school lunches or throwing in your purse, diaper bag, car, or desk for a last minute snack!

(Thanks and Photo credit: My Litter!)

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Comments 15

  1. Sharie

    I didn’t see the coupon. Under what zip code should I look?

    • Chris

      Try 33172

  2. Nicole

    They were under 80126 when I printed

  3. Chris

    These are on sale at Publix, BOGO $2.99. So after two coupon just $.99 for two 7.5 oz boxes.

  4. Roy

    Right now through Wednesday, Publix has these full sized BOGO for $2.99. Use 2/$1 off coupons and get 2 boxes for $.99.

    • Susana

      Thank you Roy..I’m on my way to Publix.

  5. shannon

    cool!!! didnt’ realize they had single serving sizes like that.

  6. Holly

    It only let me print 1.

  7. Kayla

    I was just at Target yesterday and they didn’t have any! And at Walmart they would not let use the $2/1 Neutrogena Face Product coupon to get the travel size free! ๐Ÿ™ Can anyone help me out please on why they won’t let me use it?

  8. Rochelle

    If you’re a commissary shopper, these are only $1.69 for the box so that makes it 69 cents each! I think I’ve got about 6 boxes in the cupboard now. ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. Amanda

    my target didn’t have them in the small size. ๐Ÿ™

  10. Lilly

    I draw the line at using coupons to buy jingos. What kind of name is that for a cracker?

    • thelostpond

      I think they are what you feed the family when everyone is gathered on the front porch listening to Grandpappy play the banjo.

      • cara

        Ok, I needed that laugh! thx!!

  11. Tonya

    these were 1.50 at our commissary for the regular boxes.

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