Target: $0.32 Maybelline Baby Lips with coupon and gift card promo!

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target-baby-lipsHere’s a nice inclusion in a gift card promo at Target. Baby Lips are part of the $5 Target Gift Card offer when you buy three select Maybelline products. Toss in a coupon for a dirt cheap deal.

At Target through 5/2:
BUY THREE MAYBELLINE NEW YORK BABY LIPS, pricing starting at $2.99
Get a $5 Target Gift Card when you buy three Maybelline
Use three $1/1 Maybelline NY Product printable coupons
Price at Register: $5.97, but get $5 Target Gift Card
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $0.97 (or 32 cents each!)

Thanks and photo credit to All Things Target.


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Comments

  1. I’m sorry, the math doesn’t seem correct to me. Buy 3, total $8.97, use one $1 off coupon, and get $5 gift card. Wouldn’t balance be $2.97. Wouldn’t it be use three coupons?

  2. THE 4/12 INSERT SAYS NOT GOOD ON BABY LIPS

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Thanks for letting me know. I will update the post. FYI – The printable doesn’t have this exclusion 🙂