Up to 40% Off Purina Puppy Chow Dog Food at Target

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Coupons help you save more at Target!

Through April 20th, head to Target where they’re offering a $1.50/1 Puppy Chow Dry Dog Food 3.5 – 4.4lb Bag digital Circle coupon that’s valid in-store only.

OR there’s also a higher value insert coupon available to give you more savings on dog food…

Target Deal Idea (Thru 4/4):

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Puppy Chow Dry Dog Food 4.4lb Bag $5.29
Use the $2/1 Purina Puppy Chow Dry Dog Food 4lb+ coupon found in the 3/7 SV (exp 6/7; limit 4)
Or use the $1.50/1 Puppy Chow Dry Dog Food 3.5 – 4.4lb Bag digital Circle coupon
Final cost as low as $3.29!


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  1. JAD827

    If you don’t have the newspaper coupon it is available to print from the Purina website. Also Walgreens has the 4.4 lb on sale for 2 for$10 with a $1.50 digital coupon.
    Another different offer:
    Check your Ibotta for an $1.50 offer on Beneful Healthy Weight Dog Food. I have the Ibotta at Target. Some people have it at Walgreens. There’s a $3 Save3/21 newspaper coupon and a $3 printable on the Purina website. It’s 2 for $10 at Walgreens. So if you have the coupons and the Ibotta it’s 50 cents a bag at Walgreens when you buy 2 bags.
    At Target $5.69 a bag minus $3 coupon minus $1.50 Ibotta or $1.19. Still great!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Awesome! Thanks for taking a moment to share with us!

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