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Better Than Free Banza Chickpea Rice After Cash Back at Target

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Woman's hand holding up a bag of Banza Rice

Target has the best grocery deals!

Through March 14th, head to your local Target where you can score Banza Chickpea Rice on sale for just $2.69 (regularly $2.99)!

Even sweeter, you can print this Buy One Get One Free any Banza product coupon (expires 12/31)!

Combine this sale and printable coupon with a high-value $2 Ibotta rebate to score this chickpea rice for just 69¢!

What is Banza rice? It’s rice that is made from chickpeas! It has 4X the protein, 3X the fiber, and 30% fewer net carbs than brown rice.

Target Deal Idea (Thru 3/2):

Banza Chickpea Rice on Target shelf

Buy two Banza Chickpea Rice Pouches $2.69 each (regularly $2.99)
Total = $5.38
Use the Buy One, Get One Free any Banza Product printable coupon
Pay $2.69
Get $2 cash back via Ibotta when you buy Banza Chickpea Rice (exp 3/16; limit 2) = $4 cash back
Final cost FREE + $1.31 moneymaker!


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(Thanks, Totally Target!)

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Comments 5

  1. Jean

    There’s a B0G0 free printable coupon available on Banza’s website when you subscribe to their newsletter. Better than free after ibotta rebate when you buy two and use the coupon. https://www.eatbanza.com/pages/coupon

    • ccmama03

      I tried to use this coupon the last time at Target and it wouldn’t go through

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks, Jean! I added that coupon!

  2. patricialavenz-goff

    I love this stuff. I was lucky enough to get chosen to try it and got it in the mail. Arkansas has a law (thanks to Riceland Rice) that none rice products are not allowed to be sold in stores in Arkansas (Banza and a Judge I work for confirmed this) so I can’t buy it in a store. Banza was going to send me another box but I guess it got lost in the mail. LOL My brothers are picky eaters and they never knew it was made from chickpeas (or they wouldn’t eat it). I would be buying it all the time if it was in the stores.

    • Stacy

      That’s crazy!

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