Target: Great Deal on Laura’s Lean Ground Beef (All Natural – Antibiotic and Hormone Free)

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Heads-up for all you Target shoppers! Check out this great deal that you can score on Laura’s Lean Ground Beef (no added hormones or antibiotics!) when you stack a manufacturer’s coupon, Target mobile coupon and an Ibotta offer…

Laura’s Lean Ground Beef 16 oz. $5.59 (regular price)
Use the $1/1 coupon found here (just sign up for the email newsletter)
Plus, use the $1 off Fresh Meat Purchase of $1 or more Target Mobile Coupon (text FRESH to 827438 – expires 8/31!)
Pay $3.59
Earn up to $1 via the Ibotta app for purchasing Laura’s Lean Beef 16 oz. package
Final Cost $2.59! This is an awesome price for all natural beef!

(Thanks, Melissa!)

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  1. autiger811@gmail.com

    coupon is already at its limit πŸ™

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Which coupon are you finding that has reached its limit?

  2. Christine

    If you are into non-GMO keep in mind Lauras beef is grass fed but grain finished. Did not know this until my son started having a reaction (when we first started using Lauras years ago it was all grass fed).

    • Jesse

      I was just thinking the same thing, Christine. We only eat organic, grass fed now. Which means we’re lucky if we eat red meat once a month, lol! Pricey, but my family’s health is worth it. Another meat free (or chicken) meal won’t hurt us.

      • Daisy

        If you have a Trader Joe’s near you their grass fed and finished Australian ground beef (85/15) is $5 a pound. Not too bad and it tastes great!

      • Christine

        Exactly! We really make our organic meat stretch. I would rather have a meal with organic veggies and non-gmo pasta (by the way we really enjoy Sam Mills pasta. It is non gmo & gluten free and about $1.90 at our Walmart). If we cut back on gluten free snacks our grocery bill is not that much more than what we were spending before:)

    • holly

      Thanks for posting this info! I always learn so much from people on here!

  3. Stephanie Raley

    got mine just now

  4. catherine

    just so you guys know on shop kick i get an average of 10 to 15 bucks in giftcards a month, i use them to get giftcards at target when i do deals it really helps out.

    • liz

      How do you manage to get so many points? Thanks for helping. I use shopkick but most of the times the stores don’t carry the items I need to scan πŸ™

  5. Daisy

    Just a piece of advice…. this is MUCH too lean to make burgers with (unless you like yours to taste and feel like hockey pucks.)

    • Kristen

      We make burgers with 93% lean beef and I think they taste good πŸ™‚ Do you add anything to yours like an egg or spices?

      • Daisy

        Yes, they are well seasoned. I’m actually a very skilled and well trained cook. πŸ™‚ I just think 93% beef makes a dry dry burger, even when only cooked to medium.

        • Nee

          We add a little bit of silken tofu to our lean burgers and they come out very moist. Maybe you can try it too πŸ™‚

          • Daisy

            Thank you for the suggestion but most soy is GMO (as of 2007 91% of all US grown soy was GMO. I don’t have a newer stat but I think it’s safe to assume the number is even higher,) Adding it would defeat the purpose of being Paleo and buying grass fed quality beef. Plus, fat is not the enemy. πŸ™‚

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