2 Better Than Free Blue Diamond Almond Xtremes After Cash Back & Rebate at Target

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hand holding two cans of Blue Diamond Almonds Xtremes at Target

Score Xtreme savings at Target!

For a limited time, Ibotta is offering a nice $1.50 cash back rebate when you buy Blue Diamond Almonds Xtremes 6oz Cans (limit 5)!

Plus, through July 14th, you can save even more on Blue Diamond Almonds with this $1.25/1 digital manufacturer’s Circle coupon (limit 1) valid in-store only.

Pair these offers with a HOT $5 Visa Reward that you can score for even more savings after checkout…

Target Deal Idea (Thru 7/14):

holding 2 cans of almonds

Buy 2 Blue Diamond Almonds Xtremes 6oz Cans $3.69 each
Total = $7.28
Use the $1.25/1 Blue Diamond Almonds digital manufacturer’s Circle coupon (exp 7/14, limit 1)
Pay $6.13
Get $1.50 cash back via Ibotta when you buy Blue Diamond Almonds Xtremes 6oz Cans (limit 5) = $3 cash back
Submit for $5 Visa Reward when you buy 2 Blue Diamond Xtremes
Final cost FREE + $1.87 moneymaker!

Get snackin’ on these great deals!

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Comments 11

  1. Klp

    Has anyone had issues redeeming the reward after they send you the link? I keep getting an error message.

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      Darn! So sorry for the trouble, Klp! You might want to try to contact them here to see if they can help – https://www2.activaterewards.com/bdsummersweeps/contact. Sometimes it helps to switch browsers or if you’re using a mobile device, switch to a desktop or “desktop view” on your mobile device. Hoping this is helpful and you’re able to redeem soon! ❤️

      • Klp

        Thanks for the tips. I’ve been in contact with them and they suggested switching browsers, clearing cookies, cache etc. Nothing has worked yet. Just wondered if anyone else had issues.

        • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

          So sorry for those issues! Thanks so much for coming back and letting us know. Hoping it may work at a later time for you. 🥰

        • Lisa

          Klp, I purchased mine and uploaded the receipts on Friday last week and received the links on Saturday. No issues. Sorry you are having issues.

          • Klp

            Thanks for letting me know Lisa! I’ll keep trying!

  2. Melie

    This may be region specific but there’s a similar deal at our Kroger. The almonds are on sale for $3.50, with a $1.50 off 1 coupon and the same $1.50 ibotta rebate. You can get a great deal on one can (50c!) even if you don’t want to do the rebate.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks, Melie! Good to know! Sounds like a great deal too! 🙌

  3. Joe Mahma

    Question – I went to Target and used 4 printed coupons for this deal. I printed 2 and the neighbor gave me their printed two. The checker said they would accept them as a one time courtesy, but moving forward Target no longer takes printed coupons. Has this become the norm? We really stopped shopping at Target because their App coupons are hit and miss to credit the receipt and you do not really know until you get the receipt. When you find an issue, you has to go to customer service desk….but they ALWAYS give you the credit or cash -it is just a pain.

    Also, about every other time we do not get the gift card offer for a purchase that is advertised. We ask at the checkout and they always just take the gift card amount off the current order

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hey there! Thanks for sharing your experience. It seems that it may vary by location as to how Target may honor coupons. When checking their coupon policy, they do still list that they accept paper and internet printed coupons. Hoping that is helpful!

      “Internet (Print-at-Home) Coupons –
      We gladly accept valid internet coupons with a scannable barcode.
      ​We do not accept internet coupons for free items with no purchase requirements.”

    • C

      Unfortunately like some other chain stores they basically leave it “up to store manager(s)”…. this creates huge inconsistencies… more and more stores aren’t accepting printable coupons bc of the fraudsters out there creating fake coupons that take off crazy amounts (they figure out how to create fake codes)… but these days it seems it would be easier for those fraudsters to just load up a cart and walk out *eye roll* it seems many police are discouraged and they no longer care or deal with shoplifters (and I’m not talking about small timers- I’m talking cart loads…even in states where DAs will prosecute)

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