On Thursday, the LA Times reported that Target has been short-changing consumers for months by failing to deduct the full amount of a coupon. Of course, this has been a known issue for a while. The article just says Target is “aware” of the problem, but doesn’t say if or when it will be fixed, and all we coupon users can do at the moment is keep a close eye on the registers. Actually, that’s not quite true – we can avoid shopping at Target, and since the stores near me aren’t very coupon friendly, I seem to be making fewer trips to Target than ever.
Coupons.com has a coupon for 50 cents/1 Pillsbury Simply Buttermilk Biscuits, which are on sale at Vons/Pavilions (and possibly other Safeway stores) for $1.50. If your coupon doubles, you get a can for just 50 cents. I love the Simply products because the ingredients list is so short and normal. I also cannot get my biscuits to come out light and fluffy, so I will probably pick up a few of these. The $3/1 any Similac formula coupon is also still available. Links via Logical Media.
Wild for Wags reports that if your Walgreens store has started to clearance its costumes, you may be able to pick up a costume for as low as $2.49.
A Happy Hippy Mom reports that Nestle Raisinets Fun Size Bags (10oz) with a production code of 02015748/UPC number 2800010255 may contain undeclared peanuts, and that a limited number of Mega Pops brand lollipops may contain traces of “foreign particles.”
Baby Cheapskate has a helpful November Baby Bargains forecast. Of particular interest is the info that photo deals will hit their low point in the second half of November.
Get a printable coupon for $2/1 Kellogg’s FiberPlus Chewy Bars.
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