DiGiorno Pizzas only $.83 each at Target (11/25 ONLY)

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DiGiorno-PizzeriaHere is another great deal that you can get at Target on 11/25 ONLY! We told you about the awesome deal that you can get on Red Baron pizzas yesterday but there is also a great deal on DiGiorno Pizzas too! After the sale and coupons you can get them for only $.83 each!

At Target (11/25 ONLY):
BUY FOUR DIGIORNO PIZZAS – on sale BOGO $5
BUY TWO DIGIONRO PIZZERIA PIZZAS – on sale BOGO $5
use two Free DiGiorno Pizzeria Pizzas when you buy two DiGiorno Pizzas RP 11/8
Net Price: $5 ($.83 each!)

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Comments

  1. But will they still be priced at $5 next week is the question? Don’t the prices change on Sunday or have you seen a tag in the freezers there to say they are $5? The coupon lists $6.70 as the max price you can get off the Free one.

    • Steve Pinski says:

      I am not sure. The regular price at Target should be less than $6.70, so it should be the price of one pizza with the sale and coupons when you buy six.

  2. They are supposed to be on a long term price cut, thru January or something I believe. So yes still $5.

  3. how can you use 2 of the coupons, when 1 coupon is attached to 2 of the regular pizzas, that leaves you with 1 regular pizza, when the coupon states wyb 2

  4. Can you do this deal with 3 pizzas – 2 regular and 1 pizzeria – and use just 1 coupon? Would you get 1 regular free and the pizzeria free?

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Yeah, but why wouldn’t you buy a fourth if you’re going to do that? You’d still only pay for one even if you are only using one coupon.

  5. How does this add up? If I get 4 pizzas @ BOGO $5, that’s $10.00.
    Then I get 2 Pizzeria style @ BOGO $5, that’s another $5, which equals $15.00.

    Then you deduct the price of the 2 free Pizzeria style . . .$15-$5 == $10.00

    Divided by 6 = $1.66 each. Or am I missing something???

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Well…if you’re concerned that your store will give you zero off for one of the Pizzeria coupons, then you should have them rung up as one of the “odd” numbered items, so neither are “free” and you will get the full $5 off for each one.

      The simple version of the math is buy six pizzas. Three are free from sale. Two are free from coupons. Pay for one.

      • Thanks Steve for all the great deals you and your team get for us. I will sure try to get this one.

  6. I have 3 of the B2g1 free Digiorno cpns (not the pizzeria ones). Would the breakdown be the same using these? I’ve seen multiple scenarios (on other sites) and I want to make sure that I do it correctly. TIA – I’m thinking I would purchase 9, use three cpns.

  7. hildegard marhanka says:

    Just purchased 6 pizzas, $5 each pizza. Total. $30.00
    -BOBO. = $15.00
    -2 coupons= $13.40 ($6.70×2) B2G1 FREE
    Paid = $1.60
    The register deducted $1.70 more per coupon then the price ($5) of the pizza

  8. hildegard marhanka says:

    Making it $0.266 per pizza