Target: Glade Candles only $.46 each and Glade Room Sprays only $.27 each (starting 6/26)

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glade-aerosol-air-freshenerThere will be a couple of HOT Glade deals that you can grab at Target starting 6/26! You can get Glade Candles for only $.46 each and Glade Room Sprays for only $.27 each by combining a B3G1 Free sale, coupons and Checkout 51 Offers!

At Target (starting 6/26):
Get $2/1 Glade Candle Twin Pack Checkout 51 Offer *limit 3*
use four $2/1 Glade Jar Candle Twin Pack printable coupon (preclipped)
Price at register: $9.67 but receive $6 in Checkout 51 deposits
Net Price: $3.67 ($.92 per twin pack or $.46 per candle)

BUY FOUR GLADE ROOM SPRAYS 8 oz – on sale B3G1 $1.02
Get $1/3 Glade Room Sprays Checkout 51 Offer *limit 4*
use one $1/3 Glade Room Sprays 8 oz printable coupon (preclipped)
Price at register: $2.06 but receive $1 Checkout 51 deposit
Net Price: $1.06 ($.27 each!)

Thanks KCL



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  1. All but the *GLADE CANDLE TWIN PACK – $2.00*……and the *BUY 2: SELECT GLADE JAR CANDLES – $1.00*………………..

    are gone !!!!

    They are the only two left in CheckOut 51.

    • Steve Pinski says:

      They both still show as available in my account.

      • For all but the two above, they show “0 remaining” under mine. ARGH!!! I wonder why it would be different? (it’s not like I claimed them or anything)

        • I guess what I was trying to say, is the match up above for the Glade Room sprays will not work, because it is showing the 0 remaining offers. 🙂

        • Steve Pinski says:

          That’s strange