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Black Friday 2018

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NEW Video: Target Deal Shopping (I Save OVER $100!)

Hip2Save may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post. Read our full disclosure policy here.

* If you can’t see the video, click here to watch it.

To see the deals highlighted in the video, click the link below to read more…

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First, this week (through 4/9), there is a $5 off C9 Champion Kids’ Activewear Apparel purchase of $25 or more coupon available! You can clip this coupon right from the ad or text KIDS to 827438 to have it delivered to your smartphone. This offer is also available online at Target.com using the promo code: KIDS. With that said, check out this deal idea…

Mesh Shorts Deals

Mesh Shorts Deal Idea:
(This is DIFFERENT than what I stated in the video as they are also ringing up buy 1 get 1 50% off… SWEET!)
Buy 8 C9 Champion girls’ knit or boys’ mesh shorts $5 each (reg. $7.99)
Minus the buy 1 get 1 50% off sale = $30
Use the $5 off C9 Champion Kids’ Activewear Apparel purchase of $25 or more coupon (text KIDS to 827438)
Final cost $25 total, just $3.13 each!

Home Coupons

In addition to the store coupon mentioned above, there is also $10 off Home Decor purchase of $50 or more store coupon available! You can clip this coupon right from the ad or text HOME to 827438 to have it delivered to your smartphone. This offer is also available on Target.com using the promo code HOME at checkout.

AND one more store coupon ==> $25 off a Furniture purchase of $125 or more! You can clip this coupon right from the ad or text ROOM to 827438 to have it delivered to your smartphone. This offer is also available on Target.com using the promo code ROOM at checkout.

Keep in mind that both of the store coupons above do not exclude sale OR clearance items, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled for discounted items to sweeten these store coupons even further!

Here are the other deals from the video:

LEGO Dimensions Target

LEGO Dimensions Lego Movie or Chima Fun Packs $14.99
Use the 75% off LEGO Dimensions Lego Movie fun packs only Cartwheel Savings Offer
Or the 75% off LEGO Dimensions Chima fun packs only Cartwheel Savings Offer

– will deduct $11.24
Final Cost $3.75!


Seventh Generation Baby Wipes

Seventh Generation Baby Wipes $2.99
Use the 5% off Seventh Generation Products Cartwheel Offer
– will deduct $0.15
Plus, use the $1/1 Seventh Generation Baby Wipes coupon
Final Cost $1.84!

NUK

NUK 2-Pack Pacifiers $4.99 (Regular Price)
Use the 20% Off NUK Pacifiers Buttons & Pullers Target Cartwheel (will deduct $1)
AND use the $2/1 NUK Product coupon (after entering)
Final cost $1.99!

NUK Single Pack Perfectfit Bottle $5.59 (Regular Price)
Use the $1 off NUK Improved Perfectfit Nipple bottle Target coupon
AND use the $2/1 NUK Product coupon (after entering)
Final cost $2.59!

Baby Deals

In addition to the baby deals above, this week there is a *HOT* FREE $15 Target Gift Card with baby diapers, wipes and training pants purchase of $75 or more store coupon available! You can clip this coupon right from the ad or text DIAPER to 827438 to have it delivered to your smartphone. This offer is also available online at Target.com. For lots of diaper deal ideas and a list of printable coupons, be sure to scroll down on the best Target deals post here!


Seventh Generation Detergent

Seventh Generation Laundry Detergent 5-load Trial Size $2.99
Use the 50% off Seventh Generation Laundry 5 load trial size Cartwheel Offer
Plus, use the $2/1 Seventh Generation Liquid Laundry Product coupon
Final Cost FREE!

Kleenex Perfect Fit Facial Tissues

Buy 3 Kleenex or Puffs Multipacks = FREE $5 Target Gift Card
Deal Scenario
Buy 3 Kleenex Perfect Fit 4 packs $5.99 each
Total = $17.97
Use the 10% Off Kleenex Facial Tissues 4 pk Cartwheel Offer – will deduct $1.80
And use three $0.75/1 Kleenex Perfect Fit Bundle Packs printable coupons
Pay $13.92
Get back a FREE $5 Target Gift Card
And earn $0.75 cash back via Ibotta app when you buy Kleenex Perfect Fit Bundles
Final cost $8.17 – just $2.72 per 4 pack or like paying $0.68 per canister!

Air Wick Scented Oil Warmer $1.37
Use the 5% off Air Wick Cartwheel Offer
-Will deduct 7¢
Use the $1/1 Air Wick Scented Oil Warmer coupon hereFinal cost only 30¢!

Scotch Brite

Buy 4 select Scotch-Brite, Finish or Palmolive items = FREE $5 Target gift card (thru 5/14)
Deal Scenario
Buy 4 Scotch-Brite Small Handy Brushes $2.49 each
Total = $9.96
Use $1/2 Scotch-Brite Products coupons found here
(limit one coupon per day)
Pay $8.96
Get Free $5 Target Gift Card
Final Cost $3.96 total – $0.99 each!

Irish Spring

Buy three bottles of Irish Spring Signature body wash = FREE $5 Target gift card
Deal Idea:
Buy 3 Irish Spring Signature Body Washes $3.99 each
Total = $11.97
Use three $1/1 Irish Spring Body Wash coupons here
Pay $8.97
Get back a FREE $5 Target gift card
Final cost ONLY $3.97, just $1.32 per bottle!

Dannon

Head on over to the Target Cartwheel site where you can download SIX offers for a whopping 50% off select Dannon yogurts – valid through 4/9…

*50% off Dannon Oikos
*50% off Dannon Oikos Crunch
*50% off Dannon Light & Fit Greek Mousse
*50% off Dannon Light & Fit Greek Yogurt
*50% off Dannon Light & Fit Greek Crunch
*50% off Dannon Danimals Pouches

Check out these yogurt deals you can snag…

Buy 1 Danimals Squeezables 4 pack $3.99
Use the 50% off Dannon Danimals Pouches Target Cartwheel
-will deduct $2
Use the $1/1 Dannon Danimals Sqeezables printable coupon found here
Final Cost $1


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Buy 1 Dannon Light & Fit Greek Mousse $1.05
Use the 50% off Dannon Light & Fit Greek Mousse Target Cartwheel
Final Cost 53¢

Buy 1 Dannon Light & Fit Greek Yogurt $1.05
Use the 50% off Dannon Light & Fit Greek Yogurt Target Cartwheel
Final Cost 53¢

Dannon Oikos yogurt at Target Hip2Save

Buy 1 Dannon Oikos Yogurt $1.05
Use the 50% off Dannon Oikos Target Cartwheel
Final Cost 53¢

Buy 3 Dannon Oikos Crunch Yogurt $1.14 each
Total = $3.42
Use the 50% off Dannon Oikos Crunch Target Cartwheel
-will deduct $1.71
Use the $1/3 Dannon Oikos Crunch Single Serve Cups coupon found in the 2/28 SS
Final Cost 71¢ – just 24¢ each!

Buy 1 Dannon Light & Fit Greek Crunch Yogurt $1.14
Use the 50% off Dannon Light & Fit Greek Crunch
Final Cost 57¢

Noosa Yogurt Cups 4 oz 4-pk 2/$8 or $4 each
Deal Idea:
Buy 1 Noosa Yogurt 4-pk $4
Use the $0.55/1 tub or pack of Noosa printable coupon
Final cost $3.45, just $0.86 per cup!

Waffles

Market Pantry Frozen Waffles and/or French Toast – Buy 3 Get 1 FREE
Deal Idea:
Buy 2 boxes of Market Pantry frozen waffles $1.79 each
Buy 2 boxes of Market Pantry frozen French Toast $1.49 each
Total after Buy 3 Get 1 FREE sale = $5.07
Use the $1 off Market Pantry purchase of $5 or more Target mobile coupon (text SAVINGS to 827438)
And use the 5% off Market Pantry Frozen Waffles Cartwheel Offer (exp 4/16)
-will deduct $0.18
Final cost $3.89 total, just $0.97 per box!

Magnum

Magnum Bars multi-pack (and other frozen treats) – Buy 3 Get 1 Free
Deal Idea
Buy 4 Magnum Bar multi-packs $3.99 each
Minus the buy 3 get 1 FREE sale = $11.97
Use the 15% off Magnum bars and other frozen novelty Cartwheel offer
– Will deduct $1.80
And use 3 $0.75/1 Magnum Ice Cream product coupons here
Final cost only $7.92 for 4 boxes, just $1.98 per box!


Frozen Food Clearance
In addition to the frozen food deals mentioned above, be sure to keep your eyes peeled for lots more frozen food clearance. I spotted lots of clearance throughout the frozen food section!

HAPPY SHOPPING & SAVING! 😀

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Comments 90

  1. m

    the c9 champion deal is really nice, however this days, i find myself obligated to buy name brand for my kids and hubby, i mean i see all kids wearing name brands, friends are telling me they have to buy their kids name brands, because thats what their friends wear at school so they wont them to feel less then them, i just dont know, i mean brands like nike, under armour,etc are expensive, but iam finding myself embarrssed to get my kids store brand clothes anymore. how do you other moms feel or do

    • Julie

      Honestly, I’ve never cared about name brand things. If I find a great deal then ok, but the C9 brand for example is well made and lasts a long time. I buy pants and shorts for my son at Walmart because he’s a boy and is rough in his clothes so I don’t care if he gets holes in them (he’s 9). I practice what I preach and don’t care about what people say and my kids are the same way. We always look out together, but affordable so and I think of my style as classic. Every once in a while I will take the kids to get a name brand clothing item and they really take care of it and are so excited when I do that. I do that for holidays too for them. I just teach them to put people first before stuff, be kind to others and themselves, and focus on their grades and not worry about peer pressure and all that other stuff.

      • M

        I actually think the c9 brand is more sturdy and holds well better then nike, just buy nike for the name, its sad, i used not to care at all, don know what happened to me lol, and i really agree with you, and love the way you teach your kids

      • Erin

        Ha! I cared about name brands til I starting working part time and staying home with my kids. I’ve been impressed with the overall style and quality of Target clothing. My kids don’t seem to care about labels, but I really don’t think they have a point of reference, since they wear lots of brands. We live in a fairly affluent area and kids generally look sloppy even in Under Armour (bed head, weird mix and match separates).

    • Ash

      Goodwill and yard sales! I find Justice, Under Armour, etc there all the time for less than $1! My kids dress to the nines and are proud to tell everyone its second hand!

    • Betty

      I buy my name brand items in stores during the end of season clearance or at Marshalls. So, I never spend too much on them.

    • Laura

      WoW! – Who cares what others wear. Your kids should feel happy for who they are – NOT what they wear. What happens some day IF they can’t afford the name brands?

      • Erin

        She never said it was the kids’ issue–she says it’s the parents who feel they have to keep up with what other parents are buying. I see it more with electronics than clothing. I cannot believe the elementary school kids with their own personal iPads and iPhones! Guess that’s why most families in my area are dual income.

        • Laura

          Oh please! Don’t get me started with the electronics!! It’s crazy!
          With kiddos- until you could afford the monthly bill…
          You have to keep them a bit hungry or they’ll never know how to forge for food.

          • Momma Of 2

            Lol…you are hilarious! But, so true…my 14 son has a hand-me down iPhone (grandparent)…and he is homeschooled…we aren’t keeping up with the Jones. 😜
            I would love to limit our “connected” time, but I can be as guilty as they are…I have watched so many YouTube videos that my kids want me to watch…I had them watch the Big Red Ball video…🤗
            Thanks for the “forge for food” comment. Take care!

      • me

        WELL SAID LAURA have to teach the kids to love themselfs and be thankful for what they have not to care about what others think .or they will very low self steam or insecure people .some people nowdays are very materials…..

    • Katrina

      I think it’s best to teach your children values, and have peace of mind. By not succumbing to peer pressure yourself, you teach them to be confident and independent thinkers. 🙂 You can also just explain to them that a name brand in no way makes a product better. Kids are smart. They get it. Mine are 8, 9, and 10. They already understand, because I have taught them this from day one. Also, tell them where the money goes instead, even if it isn’t “fun.” Maybe you get organic healthy food, electricity, a nice home, laundry detergent. Kids understand that all of that is important. Teach them how credit cards work and why they shouldn’t be used for everyday purchases or clothes. You are wonderful without name brand. Maybe more wonderful. 😉

      Thanks for being honest about this issue and giving me a chance to share my view.

      • Erin

        So true! I think the tipping point for me was seeing that name brand does not necessarily equate with quality. My son has an Under Armour shirt with a dropped hem, my daughter a brand new Columbia coat with a Velcro closure ripping off, and I have a Gap shirt with a huge flaw that I can’t believe I missed prior to the return period. This is just off the top of my head, but it happens with pretty much every brand. I get less aggravated about such things when I pay less for them.

        • Beth

          Columbia jackets are covered under warranty. I went online and filled out the necessary forms, got a claim ticket, sent in my jacket and they fixed 5zippers. The original post was on hip2save last fall

          • Erin

            I know, but it isn’t worth paying shipping to return it for repair. I feel like I already paid for a new item, why should I have to pay more because of their poor workmanship? Instead, I’ll eventually fix it myself–yet another thing on my to-do list.

    • Rebecca

      My kids are probably too young to care (oldest almost 7) & I homeschool for now, so I’m not sure when/if the “name brand” issue will come into play. But I personally never cared. Growing up without money, I think I still have that mentality & we are very frugal. We’re doing well now but I still shop sales & second-hand & feel like we all dress well, always get compliments on my kids clothes. Still don’t care about name brands, and hubby would be the last person to ever complain (he’d happily wear a trashbag if you asked lol). I’m sorry if you feel pressured to go beyond your means so they “fit in”. Your kids can look great at a fraction of the cost. We often talk to our kids about how it’s not that we can’t afford something (usually toys they ask for lol), but that we choose to spend our money wisely so that we can do other things we enjoy, like go out to eat, go on trips, etc. Maybe you could have similar talks with your kids (and hubby too I guess lol). Good luck 😊

    • Sarah

      I have 4 kids and each one has different ideas on wearing name brand or not. For those who feel it’s more important to them, I use sales, discount stores and thrift stores. Some of my kids wear thrifted clothing some won’t. We just try to save where we can. For me personally, I wear tons of thrifted clothing and have more and probably nicer clothing than before I thrifted. Thrifting is time consuming, so it doesn’t work for everyone. Like most said, yes, values are important, but so is understanding your child and what makes them feel okay.

    • Dhale

      You can still buy name brand clothes without paying the retail prices. Check out fb online yard sale in your are (i know that alot of resale online yard sale in my state on fb, im in AR) also, consignment store. We have Duck Duck Goose and Rhea Lana that resale clothes that happens every season. I don’t know if any other state does it though.

      • Sarah O.

        I agree! I have bought almost our entire spring/summer wardrobes on an online yard sale. My daughter is 11 and her sisters are 8. The oldest just recently started asking for name brand clothing, specifically Jack Rogers shoes. She is such a good girl and never asks for anything. We scoured the on-line yard sales and found a pair in great condition for $20 (normally $80). We were both so excited. I have vivid memories of really wanting name-brand clothing when I was a kid (Member’s Only jacket, Guess jeans, Polo shirts) and my mom buying me the knock-offs. I went to a private school and was really teased. Even though it shouldn’t matter, it sometimes does. We can teach our kids values and the importance of money until we’re blue in the face, but peer pressure is very strong. Buy them a few name-brand items second-hand and they will really appreciate those things. Parenting is so hard sometimes, isn’t it? 🙂

    • Melloddie

      Think it depends on their age. Looking back at myself as a kid, I started to care about what brand names&styles my classmates wore from about 7-8th grades. Yes, we shouldn’t be caring about what people wear or any of that materialistic stuff but the matter of fact is kids do get influenced and they want to fit in and be popular. Try online deals, I noticed a lot of brand name companies these days often offer discount/coupon codes to compete. For instance Coach never ever had discounts about I say even 4 years ago, but look at them now, discounts all the time.

      • Dhale

        i know a coach outlet online you can save even more 🙂

    • Shan

      I know exactly what about you’re talking ! I feel the same way

    • Emily

      My parents always showed us how they were saving money and why we were saving money. We kept a jar on a shelf for a long time in order to save money to buy a computer (back when they were very expensive.) I can’t tell you how many times I would look up the price and then count the money in the jar. They told us that we could have name brand clothes or we could go on vacation, participate in activities and do other fun stuff. I never cared at all about name brands because of that. I’d rather go to Disney or the beach. When I look back at photos of me and my friends, I can’t even tell that my clothes aren’t name brand. My prom dress was clearance rack and $20! I found it all on my own. My friends spent $300 and mine was just as gorgeous. To this day, I am better at saving money than all of my mid-30 yr old friends. I’m also the only one that has no credit card debt. They spend their money on new wardrobes every 6 months at high-end retailers and on expensive vacations that they can’t afford. I think that I’m better off from those lessons taught early. No one ever made fun of me for my clothes, they never even noticed that they were off-brand and I was secure enough that it wouldn’t have bothered me if they had because we were one of the few families that went on vacations to Disney or on two-week road trips. Most of them stayed within an hour or two of home and I got to see most of the country. It made saving money a important priority for me.

  2. Juli

    I love the hundred dollar hollar!

    • Erica

      Agreed! Although maybe we shouldn’t encourage her! She might leave Hip2Save to become a rapper! 🙂

    • Dollbaby's mom

      Omg I was about to say the same thang.

  3. Diane

    Where did you get your scarf? It’s so cute! Thanks for the Target video!

  4. LF

    Ditto! My son will only wear Nike or Under Armour. I find great deals at TJ Maxx and Marshalls. You have to go a lot as it changes constantly. I do that before a season starts and I also buy clearance for the season that is ending in a size bigger. I find good deals at Macy’s off and on

  5. Addy

    Thank you for the awesome video Collin! Have a blessed day.

  6. Kristen

    Aren’t those PB magnum bars amazing?!?!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Ummm… YES!! Oh my. The family has already gone through an entire package. 😉

      • deb

        How were the Peanut Butter ones Collin? Caramel is my fav and my husband is a PB Freak so I probably won’t get one:(

        • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

          They were delicious… I love the Caramel too! SO good! 😀

  7. Shell0216

    I buy name brand as well but at Ross which is a store here in Tx has name brand clothing beats Macys and Dillards prices. I too also buy in clearance or second hand as well. I teach Buble classes on Sunday but I too also enforce to my kids that school isnt about materialism its about loving God and one another and to also be thankful for a roof on theirs heads and clothing on their back and food to eat.

  8. jess

    You should never ever try to compete with the Jones’ because you won’t win. I think there are bigger problems in this world.

    Anyway, can anyone tell me what those lego things are? Thank you 🙂 have a nice day everyone. Thanks hip!

  9. dhigc

    Wow, you are amazing really like your all videos. Thanks for all the deals.

  10. Fran

    There is lots of good clearance all over the store. I found Ortega green chilies for 51 cents each. I had four $1 off two coupons so I got eight of them for eight cents.

  11. ang

    Scope out your local thrift stores. Some of them have days where you can get 50% off a certain color tag or 50% a certain type of clothes (like half off all pants). Other thrifts stores i know of have ladies day – where all woman clothing are 1$ and another thrifts sends ecoupons to my cell. By using my mobile coupon and a sale, i once left a thrift store with 5 items for 10$ – three of them had their original tags (danskin, kohls brand, and juicy courture). I have a lot of name brad clothes i get for cheap.

  12. Joni

    I save even more money by not buying 3/4 of the crap on here. We eat organic food, I do not pollute my home with “air fresheners”, I buy quality laundry detergent and I stick to brands of hair care products, body products etc that work for myself and family and use sales and coupons. Lastly, I don’t buy junk food regardless of how cheap I can get it. While I find this site helpful regarding sales, coupons and freebies, there is entirely too much pushing to spend money. The hurry, it won’t last posts etc just start a buying frenzy. How is that saving money? Unless you can use this stuff and typically purchase these items, I find these types of posts feeding the buy, buy buy mentality instead of saving your money. Just my opinion.

    • Laura

      Why are you on this site? Crap? Wow!

      • Joni

        I stated why I was on this site. Apparently, you missed it.

    • Marie

      I always love to read the comments from the ones that are “oh so high and mighty”. Don’t like it? Simple-don’t follow. No one forced you to watch the video or follow the blog. I typically watch the Target videos to laugh, don’t usually go all out on the deals.

      • Joni

        I am “oh so high and mighty” because I prefer to use my money on purchases that are better suited to my situation… oh well. As I stated, I follow because I do find value in other aspects of this blog, but I guess you missed that part of it. And I am simply leaving feedback, which last I checked was welcome on this blog.

        • mel

          Maybe you didn’t mean to, but your post comes across as snotty and condescending. I get everyone has different needs, half of the stuff that gets posted I don’t purchase, but I wouldn’t call them “crap” deals! The online deals, as tempting as they are at times, I typically pass, b/c for one, I don’t have a CC. I have PP, but I’m careful on what deals I do choose to purchase. I have a strict monthly *cash* budget for food / beauty & clothing. As long as I stay within that budget, I’m good. I think a lot of people here are the same way, and they use this site to STRETCH their budget, not just BUY BUY BUY. If I can get $50 worth of groceries for $15-$20, that leaves me with $20+ MORE for the month. Then at the end of the month, whatever money I didn’t spend, I deposit into a savings acct. And I start over the next month.

    • Alyssa

      What’s great about this site is you can choose to partake in the sale or not. There are people on here who CAN “use this stuff” and do “typically purchase these items.” Collin and her team post many deals every single day that I appreciate. Whether or not I choose to partake in the deal is my prerogative. Posting that the deal is poison or junk may be your opinion, but commenting about it is pretty negative. Instead, just skip over the deal and wait for one you can use. Just my opinion.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for the feedback. We definitely try to post a large assortment of deals on Hip2Save. And I get that many may not be something you’d buy for yourself or your family. That’s one of the reasons we created the grid-view, so that you can easily scroll past deals that don’t interest you.

      We truly strive to post quality deals – items that are not only at their lowest price, but also ones that have great reviews. And the reason we mention “hurry” in certain deals posts is because select deals often do sell out and so we want to give readers a heads up when that’s the case.

      • Laura

        Well said Collin. Thank you to you and your team

      • Joni

        Thank you, Collin for your reply. I can appreciate this. While it is not for me, there are other aspects of your blog that I do enjoy very much. Thank you for what you do.

        • Laura

          You can appreciate it after you call 3/4 of the things she posts crap? I don’t get you. I’m not saying that every post is for me – but to call it crap is a bit too much in MY opinion. You don’t like something – move on. No need to call some of Collins posts crap.

    • Emily

      Not every deal is for everyone. A strawberry deal that you may like isn’t going to be relevant to those with berry allergies. The hair products that you use may make my hair look greasy. This site is for the masses and only some of the posts are relevant. I don’t have children or cats but it doesn’t mean that the diaper and litter genie deals make me angry.

    • Kara

      Lol I for one love her “crap” posts and she even has an I pooped today shirt.
      Sometimes we get so caught up in focusing on what fad is good for use that we miss out on the fun important things in life. I just eat one of the huge Reese Eggs (clearance) because I wanted to eat it. I have had an ice cream dinner night with my daughter because some times dessert shouldn’t be last.

  13. Eve

    I just noticed we have the same iPhone case, Collin! You definitely have a great taste! You’re always on style even with phone case. 😁

  14. courtney

    FREE Milk Chocolate M&M’s 42oz bag coupon wyb $60 or more of regular cleaning and breakroom purchase. Coupon for staples exp. 5/14/16 code 7720328687219500

  15. Anna K

    How can I print 3 $0.75/1 Kleenex Perfect Fit Bundle Packs coupons? It only allows me to print 2. Is there a way to get around that? Is there a limit of how many you can print a day?

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Do you have a computer and a smartphone? If so, you can print two from each of those devices! 🙂

      • Tera B

        Do you have to have a wireless printer to print from a phone or tablet? Or is there some other way?

        • Tera B

          Just answered my question. Yes, you can print coupons to a regular printer from a tablet or phone–coupons.com will send you an email with the coupons, but you have to print them from a computer, and the 2 coupon limit still applies 🙁 Hoping Hubby gets our wireless printer fixed soon.

      • Anna K

        The printer we have isn’t one that can be connected to a phone, however I ended up printing two and then deleting my cookies on the computer and was able to print again, when it asked to verify before I print I put in my husband’s cell number instead of mine and he gave me the code and was able to print one more! Thank you!

  16. I Can't Find The Scotch Brite Coupon : (

    I can’t find the Scotch Brite coupon. Any ideas where to find it? My husband recently lost his job and I am so thankful for all the help I get from you. Thank you for what you do. You make my crazy life easier.

  17. Carol_R

    Thanks for the awesome video Collin! I love your videos.

  18. Kristen E

    Love your video ! So many hot deals this week wow ! What happened to your phone ? Did you drop it while couponing 😉 ??

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Yes, I may have dropped it while trying to hold too many thing at once (coupons, coffee, you know… the usual 😉 ).

  19. Aliyah

    Hey Collin I have question maybe you have answered this before if so plz forgive me..when your cashing out at target esp with your last video do you do one transaction or do your roll the gift cards and do multiple transactions?

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      I usually opt to roll my gift cards on my next shopping trip, so I often do one transaction and then use the gift cards on a future shopping trip. So in this most recent shopping video, I used three $5 gift cards earned from last week to help pay for some of my purchases and then earned three $5 Target gift cards back again. 🙂

  20. Carol_R

    There was a regional $1/2 Scotch-Brite coupon in the 4/3/16 SmartSource so that would make the deal even sweeter.

  21. Katie

    Are the short ringing buy one get one half off in stores everywhere? Because they aren’t that way online 🙁

    • Lori

      Wondering this too.

  22. Laura

    Question. Today I went to Target. Didn’t have a lot of coupons. Did maybe 4 deals. The cashier told me that we could only do 4 manufacturer’s coupons and 4 Target coupons per day. What exactly does this mean? Stacked? I didn’t use any Target coupons tonight. First time anyone has ever said anything to me.

    • pandoraaddict

      That’s not policy, unless your store is trying to cut down coupons or could be just that cashier.

      I had oddness lately too. I went to a Target i don’t normally go to, checked out with that’s store’s trainer who said Target is going to stop allowing rolling gift cards since it backs up the line. Who knows..

    • mel

      The policy is 4 “LIKE” Manuf coupons (unless stated differently on the coupon, as some brands are Limit 2). So I can buy 4 Tide, 4 Olay, 4 etc etc and use 4 coupons of each and stack with applicable Target coupons. Maybe your cashier was confused. If it happens with a different cashier, maybe you could speak to a team leader or the manager to clarify (print or show the policy on your phone)

  23. Emily

    Are curtain rods included in the home deal from the flier?

  24. Lisa

    Love, love, love your videos, Collin. Problem is though… I NEVER LOOK AS ORGANIZED AS YOU DO! 🙂 I’m a bumbling mess, but the cashiers (so far) have been very helpful. Thank you bunches for giving me inspiration every day.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You are welcome! And thank you for the sweet comment. Also, don’t feel bad – it may look like I’m super organized on the video, but I assure you that’s not the case! 😉

  25. Lelee

    Did coupons.com change things for printing? I used to be able to print from my phone and iPad, but I’m trying to print the seventh generation coupons and it keeps telling me for security reasons I have to print from a desktop….

    • CJ

      I used to be able to print coupons.com coupons from my son’s MacBook Pro when I needed more than 2 but can’t now. They won’t print or print so lightly that they are barely visable. I think Coupons.com changed things up a bit recently because you now also have to “jump through hoops” to change the zip code and then have to also know and ad what state it is – even when I did this, the coupon I wanted wasn’t available.

  26. Judy

    Thank you for all you do!

  27. Wendy

    I LOVED your $100 savings dance Collin! Holla!

  28. BreB

    Collin, You killed the math this week! Good work, lady! I am off to print coupons! Thanks for all you do!

  29. Patti Smith

    I just love you Collin! You have such an up attitude. You make me smile every time I see you. You are such a cute girl. Thanks for all you do.

  30. Gisette

    I couldn’t have 4 boxes of those delicious Magnum bars in my house! I’d eat them all! Lmao😂 great deal on them though:)

  31. Priscilla

    Got in on the C9 shorts deal, thanks! With 2 kiddos in sports, they will get put to good use

  32. Michelle

    Can the Lego dimensions just be played with like a regular Lego or do you have to have the game for them to do something? Thanks!

  33. Gindy

    C9 clothing from Target holds up really good and still looks nice after continued washings. Both my son and daughter compete in judo and go to practice 2 to 3 times a week and wear C9. There has never been a problem about quality. Also, Target owns the brand so they will back the clothing. I would rather save money and recei e good quality instead of only searching for name brand. Plus it helps me save money to spend on other things. Happy saving!

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