Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Target Toys Coupon Book

My sister in-law posted this link on her blog for Target Toys Coupon book (printable). You can do a couple of things with these. You can stack manufacturer coupons with with them since these are Target coupons. Or if you don't have manufacturer coupons to go with these, I've noticed on the coupons, there is a promotional code on each coupon to use online. So you can sign up for Upromise and download Turbo Saver (or just go through Upromise's site) get 2% toward your Upromise account (I'm sure this is after the coupon), then if you have been searching through SwagBucks you can purchase free Target e-gift cards and use them toward your purchase. This is a possible money maker! (I haven't purchased with swagbuck yet so I don't know if this will work, but it's worth a try. I'll be emailing EADFL. They are the SwagBucks experts!)
Oh and these coupons expire November 25th! So hurry!
***The SwagBucks probably won't work unless you already have purchased Target e-gift cards through SwagBucks. I've been told by a couple of people that if you purchase the Target e-gift card, you might not beable to use until after the coupons have already expired. But if you can't find manufacturer coupons to stack with these coupon, you can buy them online through Upromise and get 2% credited to your account. Still a good deal!

1 comment:

April Hardy said...

I wouldn't post about using Swagbucks, because unless your readers already have the Target gift card in their account they won't get it in time to purchase the toys before Nov. 25th. It takes 3 or 4 weeks for the gift cards to post in your account after you redeem your swabucks for them. It's a surprisingly long time.