Target: M&M Baking Bits as low as $.91 each after Triple Stack!

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There is a new Target Cartwheel that will combine nicely with the Baking Essentials coupon that we got in this week’s Target ad. You can get them for as low as $.91 each!

At Target:
BUY FOUR M&M BAKING BITS 11 oz – on sale 2/$6
use one $3/$10 Baking Essentials Purchase Target in ad coupon (or text BAKING to 827438)
use one 15% off Mars M&M’s Holiday Candies 8 – 11.4 oz Target Cartwheel (will deduct $1.80)
use two $1/2 M&M’s or Mars Chocolates 2 oz or larger printable coupon (preclipped)
Net Price: $5.20 ($1.30 each!)

BUY THREE M&M BAKING BITS 11 oz – on sale 2/$6
BUY ONE BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIX – on sale $1
BUY ONE M&M’S HOLIDAY THEATER BOX CANDY – on sale $1
use one $3/$10 Baking Essentials Purchase Target in ad coupon (or text BAKING to 827438)
use one 15% off Mars M&M’s Holiday Candies 8 – 11.4 oz Target Cartwheel (will deduct $1.35)
use one 10% off Betty Crocker Cake Mix 15.25 – 18.25 oz Target Cartwheel (will deduct $.10)
use two $1/2 M&M’s or Mars Chocolates 2 oz or larger printable coupon (preclipped)
Net Price: $4.55 ($.91 each!)

 

 

 

Thanks Totally Target

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Comments

  1. Regina sellers says:

    Wouldn’t you have to buy more than four bags of M&M baking bits to use the $3/$10 Target coupon if they are 2/$3.00?

    • Monica Bragg says:

      Sorry about that, they are actually 2/$6. I have it changed now, everything else about the scenario was correct.