**$0.10 Shout Wipes** — Clearance Travel/Trial Size Items at Target!!

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My daughter and I took a li’l trip to my dearly beloved Target this morning, and -as always- I had to check out the trial/travel size section.  Was I ever-elated to see multiple items with those lovely red stickers on them — the amount of stuff on clearance was enough to send me in to overdrive!  I’m happy to say, I showed a wee bit restraint.  :o) 

Keep in mind: clearance items may vary by store, but here are some of the highlights I saw at my location today.  (I could only stand to be in there for so long, afraid I would overheat with excitement!!)


Shout travel wipes (4 pk) – $0.48 
* $0.75/2 printable coupon
About 10 cents EACH after coupon!!


Playtex Sport Purse Pak (3 ct) – $1.77
$4/2 printable coupon == $0.46 MONEY MAKER!


Dove for Men body and face wash – $0.67
No known coupons available; all exclude trial sizes.  :/


Old Spice & Right Guard Sport deodorant – $0.67
* $1/2 Old Spice Product, exp. 9/30/11 (P&G 08/28/11)
**not sure if this excludes trial/travel size or not??** 

Finally, this isn’t a clearance item, but you can get a good deal right now on Nature Valley and/or Fiber One granola bars.  They’re currently B4G1, priced at 4 for $10.  (That’s $2.00 each with the 5th one.)  Use these printable coupons for $0.75/2 to maximize your savings!


In conclusion, my love affair with Target continues.  Yeah, I love that place so much I would marry — well, I won’t go there.  :o)  Y’all have a great weekend!


Keep on saving!  :o)

–Barbara
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--Barbara

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