REMINDER: New BOGO Horizon Crackers coupon matches 50% OFF Cartwheel (FREE or MONEYMAKER for most!)

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Horizon CrackersThis HOT coupon is still available. I have listed the Target scenario, but it may be hard to find these in stock at Target. However, this coupon is so awesome you should print it anyways! Don’t worry, we’ll find other deals!

Wow, wow, wow! Make sure you grab prints of this AWESOME Target printable coupon for Horizon Crackers ASAP! We have a killer deal at Target!

BOGO Horizon Snack, Sandwich or Graham Crackers printable manufacturer’s coupon *max value $4.29* (preclipped)

This coupon is going to score you a crazy deal at Target. Some of you will get them for $0.87 per box, but most of you will get these for FREE or a moneymaker, depending on your cashier and how the coupon scans. Just make sure you give the manufacturer’s coupon FIRST to get the best result.

Here’s the explanation. These are priced at $3.49. The 50% OFF Target Cartwheel offer will make these just $3.49 for two. However, our coupon has a max value of $4.29. Your cashier may deduct this coupon one of three ways. They may give you a discount for the after Cartwheel price of $1.74, or you may get the full regular price deducted ($3.49) OR you may get the max value of the coupon deducted.

My suggestion is to give them the Cartwheel at the end so your cashier will probably choose to deduct the full regular price of $3.49 for the manufacturer’s coupon. I also suggest that you have at least $0.80 of extra items in your order to absorb the possible overage if you get $4.29 off for your coupon. Anyways, your deal will work out one of these ways…

At Target:

BUY TWO HORIZON CRACKERS, regular price $3.49
Use the 50% OFF Horizon Crackers Target Cartwheel Offer (deducts $3.49; exp 5/23; limit 4)
and use the BOGO Horizon Snack, Sandwich or Graham Crackers printable manufacturer’s coupon *max value $4.29* (preclipped) – cashier should deduct $1.75
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $1.74 (or 87 cents each!)

BUY TWO HORIZON CRACKERS, regular price $3.49
Use the BOGO Horizon Snack, Sandwich or Graham Crackers printable manufacturer’s coupon *max value $4.29* (preclipped) – cashier might deduct $3.49
and then use the 50% OFF Horizon Crackers Target Cartwheel Offer (deducts $3.49; exp 5/23; limit 4)
NET PRICE FOR ALL: FREE!

BUY TWO HORIZON CRACKERS, regular price $3.49
Use the BOGO Horizon Snack, Sandwich or Graham Crackers printable manufacturer’s coupon *max value $4.29* (preclipped) – cashier might scan the coupon and let the register automatically deduct the coupon’s $4.29 max value
and then use the 50% OFF Horizon Crackers Target Cartwheel Offer (deducts $3.49; exp 5/23; limit 4)
NET PRICE FOR ALL: FREE + $0.80 OVERAGE!

You can actually do this deal twice since you can print the manufacturer’s coupon twice and the Cartwheel is good for up to four items in a single transaction!

Extreme Couponing Tip: You can usually get two prints of most internet coupons. To find them in the easiest possible way, use our preclipped links that take you right to the coupon. Then come back and click the same link to get your 2nd print. This will save you the time spent searching for the coupon.

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Comments

  1. I was just informed at Target when I went to get a rain check for the Horizon Crackers (they were out) that target does not give out rain checks and this from a manager? Is this correct????

    • Steve Pinski says:

      I don’t know the Target rain check policy, but the Horizon Crackers aren’t on sale, so I doubt they will issue a rain check.

      • hondacrv says:

        Nope, target never gives rain checks. It is prominently mentioned in the store, on the shelves and in all ads.

        • Steve Pinski says:

          I was not aware of that. I’ve been to Target a few times in the past month, but I think I’ve probably shopped there less than ten times in the last ten years. However, I’m moving into a house about 40 blocks away from one in a few weeks, so I will have to learn the ropes 😉

  2. I thought they would because of the Cartwheel.

  3. Can you get 4 boxes and get all 4 for free or should you just do the 2 on the cartwheel, then if it works possibly do a 2nd transaction?

    • Monica Bragg says:

      I would test it with two to see how they deduct the coupon before you get two more.

  4. I always do the cartwheel at the end. as long as you have other items you’ll be fine getting 4 and using the 2 coupons first, (making sure you have other items so your total doesn’t hit zero or negative) and then use the cartwheel at the end.

    • I do as well! I’m unsure if it matters though because Cartwheel will take its % off of the total of an item AFTER Target store coupons. I’ve seen this if you add Cartwheel first or last. It won’t even show the deductions until the end of the transaction anyway, even if you went to add more coupons. Love couponing at Target, though!

  5. Like I said on another post…depending on where you live the price will be different than the price the people on this (and other) sites say. The crackers at my target were $3.99 not $3.49. They also DID NOT have any in stock. Annoying to say the least.

  6. I went 3 different days for the horizon crackers at Target… and today found out that they only had 1 case which has 12 boxes in it for the month.. It is a Vendor product and not a Target supply item… no rain checks because it is not on sale.. Also since it is a Vendors product you can not have Customer Service order it… Also tried the Beneful dog food deal and the 3 stores we have only got 5 bags each store for the sale… I am thinking these big advertisement ads are just to get us to the store…. and then to bad so sad.. would you like to buy other things though… Well, I spend a lot of time putting my deals together,, printing the coupons, then driving many miles out of my way to get the sale…. very discouraging… I guess by the time they get the product back on the shelf the deals will be off sale and the coupons expired…….
    just letting steam off.. and considering not to put so much into my couponing…

  7. sharice says:

    Why is target not restocking the dreft stain remover? It’s because they are probably waiting for the coupon to expire. They are going to get their money back from the manufacturer, why do they hate on us couponers so much?

    • It could be people came and took all of their stock already (some stores are very specific about what days they restock, so maybe they have it but don’t restock.) Which doesn’t seem like an excuse to me but someone decides how that works. I can be very frustrating and I almost think it’s on purpose that they advertise such sales prices but only stock for a few people to take advantage of it. They know they’ll get others in to try the same deal and if that stock’s not there for the new people, they won’t care because they got you in the store and you’re likely to buy other stuff (this is my conspiracy theory lol.) No matter what, always be a pleasant couponer/customer and don’t give them another reason to judge a “couponer” right away. Cashiers should treat each of us like normal customers (because we are) but I do see the trouble they can go through with dishonest couponers or just rude couponers.