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Through April 27th, Target is offering a FREE $10 Target Gift Card when you spend $40+ on select Household Essentials and choose free in-store pickup or Target Restock.

Even better, select household essentials are on clearance making for some great deals!

Here are a few deals to score…

Buy two Charmin Ultra Strong or Ultra Soft Toilet Paper 18-count Mega Plus Rolls $17.40 each (regularly $20.48)
Buy Charmin Ultra Strong or Ultra Soft Toilet Paper 8-count Mega Plus Rolls $8.91 (regularly $10.49)
Total = $43.71
Choose free in-store pickup
Pay $43.71
Get a FREE $10 Target Gift Card
Final cost $33.71 total – just 76¢ per MEGA plus roll!


Buy four Brawny Pick-a-Size Paper Towels 8-count XL Rolls $10.61 each (regularly $12.49)
Total = $42.44
Choose free in-store pickup
Pay $42.44
Get a FREE $10 Target Gift Card
Final cost $32.44 total – just $8.11 each!

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  1. Debbie Brown

    Your giving the example for the Ultra Soft Charmin, but showing the picture for the Ultra Strong! I almost ordered NOT what I wanted.

    • Liza (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Debbie! Sorry if that was confusing. The deal is actually valid on both the Ultra Strong and the Ultra Soft. I’ve updated the deal idea to be more clear. Hope you’re able to score the one you wanted!

  2. Jamyules

    Got it. Thank you. I’ll be swimming in TP😂

    • Liza (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re very welcome Jamyules!

  3. D

    Is this TP deal cheaper than the Costco TP deal? With all the different size rolls I have a hard time figuring.

    • Mommyof71987

      The online price for Costco toilet paper is $18.99. That would be $0.63 a roll. I hope that helps.

      • Ola

        Yeah, but it should be calculated via square foot not roll, because rolls are always not the same size

  4. Ann Stokman

    Excellent Deal

  5. Olivia

    For tp every time I’ve compared Target’s gift card deals to Costco’s price with a coupon, Costco is cheaper per square foot. I didn’t do the math this time, but I’ve calculated it at least five other times. Hope that helps!

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