Target: PediaSure 6-Packs Only $6.52 Each After Gift Card (Regularly $10+)

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Through June 10th, Target is offering up a FREE $5 Target Gift Card when you buy 3 PediaSure products. Even better, there is a coupon and an Ibotta offer available to help you save even more…

PediaSure SideKicks 6 Pack $10.19
Buy 3 = $30.57
Use the $3/3 PediaSure products coupon found here
Or use $3/2 PediaSure products coupon found here
Pay as low as $27.57
Get a free $5 Target Gift Card when you buy 3
Get $3 from Ibotta when you buy 3 PediaSure SideKicks products (expires 6/1 – limit 1)
Final Cost $19.57 total – just $6.52 per 6 pack!

PediaSure Grow & Gain 6 Pack $10.99
Buy 3 = $32.97
Use the $3/3 PediaSure products coupon found here
Or use $3/2 PediaSure products coupon found here
Pay as low as $29.97
Get a free $5 Target Gift Card when you buy 3
Get $3 from Ibotta when you buy 3 PediaSure Grow & Gain products (expires 6/1 – limit 1)
Final Cost $21.97 total – $7.32 per 6 pack!

(Thanks, Totally Target!)

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Comments 10

  1. Amy

    I used to buy these for my kids. I learned to buy the breakfast essentials drink. They are almost the exact same thing, and are a whole lot cheaper.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for sharing your experience Amy!

      • KetaCar

        That’s exactly what my pediatrician told me!

  2. D

    Hmm for some reason I don’t have this offer on my Ibotta

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Darn! Sometimes offers can vary by account.

  3. Monica

    I have high value coupons from my doc office. Thanks for posting. Pediasure has proprietary ingredients not the same as other brands. My extremely skinny son gained ten pounds in one year.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Oh cool! You’re very welcome Monica!

    • Wendy

      What does proprietary ingredients mean? I thought the FDA requires all ingredients to be listed but if they are proprietary they only have to list the ingredient, not how much of the specific ingredient is used. So when comparing pedia sure to boost, ensure, and other similar products you can see that they have very similar ingredients, you just don’t know the specific amount of each ingredient.

  4. juan

    Coupons.com has a coupon of $3 for one

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Oh cool! I am still only finding the $3/3 listed above from coupons.com. Thanks for sharing!

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