Target: As low as $0.35 Glade Jar Candles with new B3G1 sale, coupons and cashback!

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glade-jar-candle-twin-packHere’s a nice new Target deal. Through 6/18, Target has a new Buy Three, Get One FREE sale on select Glade Air Care. The twin packs of candles are included and we have a nice coupon and some overlapping offers to stack with the sale. Here’s a hot scenario for $0.35 candles…

At Target:
BUY FOUR GLADE JAR CANDLE TWIN PACKS, $5.89 and on sale B3G1 through 6/18 ($17.67 for all four twin packs with sale)
Get $2 cashback from Checkout51 for buying Glade Jar Candle Twin Pack (limit is THREE!)
Use the 5% OFF Glade Everyday Home Fragrances Target Cartwheel Offer (exp 6/25; deducts $0.88)
and use three $2/1 Glade Candle Twin Pack printable manufacturer’s coupons (preclipped)
Price at Register: $10.79, but get $6 total cashback from Checkout51
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $4.79 (or 60 cents per candle!)
***Most stores will allow a fourth $2/1 coupon on the freebie. If your store allows, your final net price will be $2.79 (or 35 cents per candle!)

Also, if you are new to Checkout51, you can get a $5 bonus on your first redemption for a limited time, making these a nice $2.21 moneymaker instead.

 


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Comments

  1. Whitney Bermudez says:

    Boo… my cashier said the “limit one coupon per purchase” meant per transaction, not purchase of specified item. She would only use one of my coupons. 🙁