Target: 20% Off Butterball Frozen Turkey & Stove Top Stuffing Cartwheel Offers (+ Thanksgiving Deals)

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Target shoppers – here are some great Cartwheel offers to help you save on items that you may need for Thanksgiving dinner…

* 10% Off Cool Whip 8-oz
* 20% Stove Top Stuffing (all varieties)
* 20% Off Butterball Frozen Turkeys

And check out the deals you can score with these:

Buy 1 Mrs. Smith’s Pie $3.99
Buy 1 Tub of Cool Whip $0.99 (Price Cut thru 11/29)
Total = $4.98
Use the 10% Off Cool Whip Cartwheel Savings Offer (will deduct $0.10)
Use the $1/1 Cool Whip and Mrs. Smith’s pie or cobbler coupon found here (use zip code 18051)
Final cost $3.88 for both!

Stove Top Stuffing 6 or 8 oz $1.25 – Reg. $1.99 (Price Cut thru 11/29)
Use the 20% Off Stove Top Cartwheel Savings Offer (will deduct $0.25)
Final cost $1!

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Plus, don’t forget – this week, there is a *HOT* FREE $10 Gift Card with a Beverage and/or Food Purchase of $50 or more Target coupon available! You can clip this coupon in the Target ad, print it HERE or text GROCERY to 827438! This promo excludes alcohol, baby food, nutrition bars and shakes, pet food, Target Café and Starbucks Café items. [/h2s_box]

Here’s a nice Thanksgiving stock-up deal idea for ya:

Thanksgiving Stock-Up Deal Scenario:
Buy 1 Stove Top Stuffing $1.25
Buy 1 10 lb Butterball Turkey $1.19 l/b = $11.90
Buy 1 Heinz Gravy 18 oz $1.25
Buy 2 Cool Whip Toppings 8 oz $0.99 each
Buy 2 Mrs. Smith’s Pie $3.99 each
Buy 5 Del Monte Canned Veggies $0.59 each
Buy 2 Swanson Chicken Broth 32 oz $1.89 each
Buy 4 Betty Crocker Potatoes $1.27 each
Buy 3 Green Giant Canned Vegetables $1.20 each (one will be free with Buy 5 Select Items Get 1 Free promo thru 11/29)
Buy 1 Hormel Party Tray 28 oz $12
TOTAL for all —-> $51.57
Use the 10% Off Betty Crocker Potatoes Cartwheel Savings Offer (will deduct $0.50)
Use the 5% Off Swanons Broth 32 oz Cartwheel Savings Offer (will deduct $0.19) (limit 2)
Use the 10% Off Del Monte Cans Cartwheel Savings Offer (will deduct $0.23)
Use the 20% Off Stove Top Stuffing Cartwheel Savings Offer (will deduct $0.25)
Use the 20% odd Butterball Turkey Cartwheel Savings Offer (will deduct $2.38)
Use the $0.40/4 Del Monte Vegetables Can coupon found in the 11/9 SS
Use two $0.50/2 Betty Crocker Potatoes (excludes buds) coupons found in the 10/26 SS
Use the $1/2 Swanson Stock or Broth 26 oz+ coupon found here
Or use the $0.40/5 OR $0.40/3 Swanson Broth Cans coupon found in the 11/9 SS
Or use the $0.60/2 Swanson Broths, Stocks or Cream Starters coupon found in the 10/5 SS
Use the $3 Off Butterball Whole Turkey when you buy 3 Select Betty Crocker, Green Giant or Pillsbury coupon found here
Use the $3/1 Hormel Party Tray coupon found here or here
Use two $1/1 Cool Whip and Mrs. Smith’s pie or cobbler coupons found here (use zip code 18051)
PAY —–> $37.62
Get back a $10 Gift Card for the $10/$50 grocery promo (use the In-Ad coupon or text GROCERY to 827438)
Plus, earn $0.50 cash back via SavingStar for purchasing 2 Betty Crocker boxes potatoes
FINAL COST —–> $27.12 for all! 

(Thanks, Totally Target & Christine!)

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Comments 31

  1. Amanda

    Would you also get the $3 Savings Star for the turkey offer?

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Darn Amanda…I am no longer seeing that offer. Are you!?

      • kathy

        The $3 saving star coupon is still on my list, so maybe if it was clipped, it’s still available. Mine says expires November 30.

        Also, could you get $1 for turkey, $.25 for green beans, and possibly $.50 for potatoes (doesn’t specify fresh or boxed) from Snap!?

        This is a great deal that includes all you’d need to host Thanksgiving! Thanks so much for your hard work.

  2. jkp

    Thanks for all your hard work putting this scenario together. Whew!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re so welcome! 🙂

  3. DC

    Seriously! ! YOU ARE A LIFESAVER! Hosting a small Thanksgiving this year for the first time and this is just PERFECT!! Ahhh I am almost in tears. This helps so much. Thank you! !!! 😀

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Woo Hoo! Good Luck to you on making your first Thanksgiving dinner! 🙂

  4. Momof2

    I went to target earlier today and purchased the butterball turkey and cool whip. I didn’t have either in my cartwheel app added but I did for other items I purchased. I looked at my receipt and noticed it took off for the turkey and cool whip for the cartwheel app. Is that normal for that to happen? I’ve never noticed it before.

    • DC

      That’s strange…but awesome! It never has happened to me before.

    • Daisy

      That’s happened to me once before too. I’ve been meaning to ‘test’ it again to see if maybe this is something new they’re starting. How awesome would that be? No more wasting time scanning every item in my shopping cart 😀

  5. Ann

    Off subject alittle, is the OXO salad spinner for $34.99 plus a $10 gift card back a good deal for the large spinner?
    TIA 🙂

  6. Caitlin

    Did this deal last night. Unfortunately, my store had one turkey left and it was 21 lbs! I bought it anyway, plus some other items. Ended up costing me less than $20 for the turkey, 4 boxes of Kellogg’s Nutri Grain bars, 3 pizza bagels, 3 Betty Crocker potatoes, 2 Barilla pasta, Barilla sauce, gallon milk, dozen eggs, 2 Betty Crocker cake mix, Hershey’s syrup, and 10 cans of Sheba cat food after coupons, gift cards, and cash back. My store was wiped out of several other things on my list, but it worked out considering I ended up paying double what I had planned for the turkey. 🙂

  7. Laura

    I bought 20 boxes of Kelloggs bars today. I used the $10 gift card coupon, 8 $1/1 coupons (the ones on Target.com are different from coupons.com), and 6 $1/2 coupons. One of my coupons wouldn’t come off so I paid $35 and got $35 in gift cards.

    • Laura

      Oh, I only paid tax so it was $1.33 for 20 boxes of bars!

      • lex

        What a deal! Is there a gift card promo running for those bars? Obviously lol but what is it? Thanks!

        • sarah

          I done this 3 times buying $30 dollars worth of bars to reach the 50 dollar threshold. I always gotten my total after rebates and coupons to be around $7 dollars. my kids are just loving it. Don’t forget that you can get $5 dollars back from saving star for buying $18 worth of special K bars

    • Janet

      Per target’s coupon policy, you’re only allowed 4 like coupons. Others might not be so lucky like you were…

      • paula

        They are using 4 $1/1 special k bars and 4 $1/2 special k bars coupons to reach the $30 so they are 4 of each different coupon which within the guidelines of the Target coupon policy. You would need to buy 4 special k moments or nutragrain bars and 8 boxes of varieties of special k or nutragrain bars @ $2.50 each would equal $30 and you would get back $15 in gift cards. My store is REALLY strict with the limit of 4 like coupons(register actually beeps and states maximum number of coupons reached)and I had no problem doing the same they did the other day so you should be able to do it also,hope this helps:)

        • Vanessa

          Actually no they used 8 1/1 coupons and 6 1/2 coupons. They stated four from target website and 4 from coupons website but they were both manufacture coupons and they both said the same thing so no I don’t think the stricter stores will allow everyone to get the deal.

  8. JA

    My in-ad coupon wouldn’t scan, it kept saying that it was expired, even though it was obviously in date. So, she just took $10 off my order! Works for me!

    • paula

      Ya me too. They had a computer glitch today I believe. I overheard the store manager on the phone with corporate trying to get it fixed. He did not look very happy,lol. Hopefully they will have it fixed soon but the supervisor just rang up a $10 gift card and then gave me a $10 credit for the charge so I did get the $10 gift card, I felt sorry for the cashiers today.What a pain for them!

  9. Sara Bonert (@sbonert)

    Wow, if you are doing thxgiving shopping at Target, that is quite a deal. But as a reference (I’m in a Chicago suburb) my grocery store (jewel) had turkeys for 49 cents a pound (with a $25 purchase). And then I got a lot of my thanksgiving groceries at Aldis, which ended up being about the same as these prices at Target but without dealing with coupons – though you obviously aren’t getting name brands.

    Having to buy everything for a big thanksgiving dinner really adds up, so great to have these saving options!

  10. Delanda Jo

    Anyone else having a problem with the Swanson broth coupon? I don’t see it.

  11. BS

    CAn we buy chocolates ? does that include in food ? i know its a silly question but was confused 🙁 ..Thank you in advance 🙂

    • Princess

      @BS, yes you can.

      • BS

        Thank you 🙂

  12. Nicole

    My store was automatically scanning their own coupon for the $10 gift card once I got to $50!

  13. Joannie

    Does anyone know if I can price-match a local grocery store’s ad for Butterball at Target? Just wondering if they can do that since it’s a per pound price difference. Thanks!

    • Princess

      @Joannie, I’m not sure because my target is very particular about price matching. I tried to price match an item from my Publix ad, and the product had to be the same as the wording not just the picture. I would maybe call first and if they say yes be sure to write down that person name just in case.

      • Christine

        I did get to price match the Stove top dressing from Kmart, their price was $1/box and I was able to use the 20% cartwheel

      • Christine

        I was able to price match the Stove Top dressing from Kmart which was $1/box and also used the 20% cartwheel

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