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Target: Ripple Dairy-Free Milk 48 oz Bottle ONLY 22¢ (After Ibotta)

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Target Shoppers! Head over here to load this new 25% off Ripple Dairy Free Milk 48oz Cartwheel Savings Offer (expires 9/17). Pair this offer with a $1/1 Ripple Foods Dairy-Free Bottle of Milk coupon AND $2 cash back from Ibotta when you buy Ripple Milk to score a great buy!

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Target Deal Idea:

Ripple Dairy-Free Milk 48 oz Bottle $4.29
Use the 25% off Ripple Milk 48oz Cartwheel Offer – will deduct $1.07
Plus, use the $1/1 Ripple Milk coupon found here
Pay $2.22
Get $2 from Ibotta when you buy Ripple Plant-Based Milk 48 oz
Final Cost 22¢!

(Thanks, I Heart Natural Deals!)

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Comments 28

  1. Lisa

    I wish that Ripple coupon would reset!

    • mel

      I know! But I found there’s a $1 ripple on their product website! ripplefoods.com (coupons & offers tab)

  2. Jessica

    Thank you 🙂 i had just seen the cartwheel and ibotta rebate a few minutes ago and wondered what the price was, my husband who has an allergy to dairy will be excited to try them

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re welcome Jessica!

  3. AJ

    I don’t get why at the beginning of the month, this coupon and others haven’t reset?

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Hmm, maybe try clearing your browsing history.

      • mel

        I don’t believe clearing browser history has anything to do with it. Some q’s might have a limit of 1 or 2 prints, which is tracked by your computers IP address. It’s up to the manuf q / coupons.com if or when a coupon resets.

  4. Melissa

    I can’t believe they named their product “Ripple”. The first thing I thought of is a very low end, cheap but strong wine, easy to get drunk on that was popular with college students, homeless, and others of limited means not too many years ago. I’m revealing my age, but in the show Sanford & Son, Fred Sanford, played by Redd Foxx was always referring to Ripple.

    • ohiogirl

      Well, when I first read the bottle I thought it said “nipple”, not “ripple”. I thought why in the world would they call it “nipple”? As a nursing mama, I guess I can see my confusion :/

      • Shelby

        Yep me too. The packaging totally reads nipple when you glance. Now that I use it I ignore it.

    • SONYA

      I was thinking the same thing!! 🙂 I can still hear the theme song…

  5. Marissa

    Has anybody tried this? Pros/cons? I’m trying to go dairy free (I have pcos) and milk is the first thing I’m knocking out.

    • Linda

      I like it , I bought this when it was free awhile ago just to try but I actually buy it now. I have tried the chocolate and vanilla. Surprisingly the chocolate is really good. My husband prefers the vanilla better. I was shocked to see how much protein it has as well.

      • Marissa

        Thanks! Do you use it in anything, like in coffee or cooking/baking? The protein element is definitely the biggest reason I’m thinking of trying this versus almond milk.

        • pandoraaddict

          The unsweetened plain works well in cooking, doesn’t effect flavor.

  6. Luna

    Why is milk on sale everywhere? Is the rest of dairy too…

  7. Cindy

    I don’t know but I have noticed better sales for eggs and chicken so I’m thinking that the poultry industry has finally recoupperated from last year’s bird flu. It was killing me to pay over 2.00 for a dozen eggs!

  8. Minerva

    I would like if anyone can add me to their Ibotta team please!!! casper.m86@hotmail.com

  9. Sharina

    The chocolate is disgusting. Tastes like liquid pills. I’ve heard vanilla is decent. Gonna try it

  10. thanks!

    Grrr I was just at target yesterday and there wasn’t a cartwheel for this. I can’t justify another 30 minute drive to get it. 🙁

  11. Barbara

    I only have $ 0.50 from ibotta in my gallery! ! 🙁 wish all the rebates were the same everywhere. …I get crappy ones sometimes!!

    • pandoraaddict

      There’s 2 ibotta’s – .50 for 12 oz, $2 48 oz

  12. o

    these tastes terribly awful and disgusting, i dont even believe or understand, how it make its way to the stores shelves,

    • mel

      To each their own! I like the unsweetened Ripple, and prefer it over Almondmilk. I use it mostly with cereal and when I make a PB/Banana Smoothie. I have swapped it out for regular milk when making pancakes and used it for a cream based sauce with great success!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Darn! Sorry to hear you did not care for them! Thanks for the honest feedback!

  13. Nicole

    Nipple – haha. Now I’m forever going to think of that name when I see their milk. 🙂

  14. Ask

    We all love the different flavors. My son loves the chocolate milk. My daughter prefers the original. I’d like to buy the unsweetened in the large bottle for cooking but my target is either oos or doesn’t carry that flavor in the larger size. My ibotta is $2 for the large size.

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