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Target has made a few updates to their coupon policy. No worries, the changes are all good and they make it so much easier on us (and them).
You can check out Target’s newly updated coupon policy on their site, but here are a few updates worth mentioning.
Target will accept manufacturer coupons that say they are redeemable at another store (example “Redeemable at Walmart”)
“If a coupon states “Manufacturer Coupon,” it’s redeemable anywhere (including Target), even if the coupon states, “Redeemable at Kroger, Cub, etc.” (or any other retailer).”
What is the difference between “per purchase” and “per transaction” when using coupons?
“One coupon per purchase means you’re using one coupon per item being purchased. You can use multiples of the same coupon as long as each coupon has a matching item.
One coupon per transaction means you can use only one specific coupon per store transaction. You can’t use more than one same coupon, even if you’re buying multiple items.”