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Target Store and Manufacturer Coupons

Are you a Target shopper? It can be a dangerous place, I know. I'm always looking for ways to save before I step foot in Target. Did you know that they offer printable coupons right on the Target website? The tricky part is that they offer two kinds–Target store coupons and Manufacturer coupons–and it can be difficult to tell which is which. This should help:


If a coupon says “when you buy,” then it's a Manufacturer Coupon. This coupon can be used at any store, even if you see a Target bulleye somewhere on the printout. As long as it says Manufacturer Coupon in the top box, it will work at any store.

If a coupon says “with purchase,” then it's a Target store coupon. When you print it, it will say “Target Web Coupon” at the top. It can only be used at a Target store, and it can stack with a manufacturer coupon for the same product. In the above example, a Target Web Coupon for $3.00 off two Gold Bond items would print, and I could stack it with a Gold Bond coupon that says Manufacturer Coupon at the top. If you need help understanding stacking, just watch my Stacking Coupons video.

If you don't see any wording, then it's a Target store coupon. These can only be used at Target, but be sure and stack them with a manufacturer coupon.

Any coupons that are for Target brand products–like Market Pantry, up & up, and others–are Target store coupons as well, since those products are only sold at Target.