dealstarget: $5 off grocery purchase of $30 or more w…

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@whitewind: multiple usernames does or emails does not circumvent the ecentives or coupons.com coupon app. It limits the number of coupons printed per COMPUTER, and the coupons you print are embedded with unique codes that can be tracked back to the computer/ip address of the person who printed it. If multiple coupons with the same info get redeemed, they can ban the computer or ip address that printed that coupon originally, and in some serious cases even prosecute criminally for fraud.

Personally, I use the ecentives target coupon printing app 2-3 times per week, and coupons.com daily.

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@whitewind: Pennys prints coupons with Different Bar Codes (one use only), no special coupon printer bloatware needed. If the vendor wants to control printing, I prefer they not install software on MY PC to do so (and, yes, easily circumvented - heck, after clerk tries to scan one a few times, they'll likely just 'override' the discount amount to keep lines moving).

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@whitewind: You're dumb. Just save your dollar and move along :P

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Even if they're not adware/spyware, those coupon printers are annoying in that you have to install yet another rarely to frequently used program (possibly multiple coupon printers since merchants/OEMs don't all use the same coupon service) on your computer.

Their purpose is to prevent consumers from printing multiple copies of coupons but with cheap high quality digital scanners (even at home), there's no stopping us (consumers) from simply making copies. Traditional clipped coupons from the Sunday paper are harder to dupe because they're printed on paper that's hard for consumers to reproduce.

Using multiple user names/emails also allows us to bypass these pointless coupon printing limitations. Screenshots of smartphone coupons allow reuse.

Until/unless they start using bio-metric coupon tracking, they can't stop us from relatively easily duping coupons. Show of hands...who out there is ready to give up a fingerprint (spot of blood? retina scan?) just to use a coupon?

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Consider checking out "The Power of Habit" if you want to know what Target does with your data after tracking your behavior.

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@aimhighwoot: I have to agree 100% with your statements, especially the in-bred, backwoods clientele. When our WalMart first opened the people coming into the store looked as if they were beaming in from another planet.

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the e-centives coupon app is safe, it's been around for years and works as it's supposed to (limits number of coupons printed per computer and helps deter fraud by people who decide to start photocopying the coupon after they print it.).

Last week they had a $10 gift card with $50 transaction coupon you could print that came in handy when combined with the $8 off $80 coupon I got earlier in the week at the checkout... used them on a bunch clearance 50% off lego sets and got some great deals.

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I just go to Walmart when its not crowded. I don't have a half hour to wait at Target's one open register.

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Until Target gets with the 21st Century and supports Linux-based browsers for coupons, I'm just going to go to... well, pretty much any other major discounter for deals.

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This week you can buy two 18-pack boxes of Keurig K Cups and get a free $5 gift card.
So if Target lists coffee as "grocery" items, then just spend another $8 to hit your $30 mark and get your $5 off that and a free $5 gift card. :D

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Since the Walmart vs Target debate came up....the types of people I have to mingle with at Walmart are like inbreds that came out of the back woods. Ever looked at one of the people of Walmart sites. The shoppers at Target, my local store at least, are mainly college girls. The store is cleaner, less crowded and the prices are good. If you take advantage of the 5% off with their card, coupons and sale items, you can do quite well. +1 on the store brands, very good stuff. I just got my second $10 gift card free with $50 purchase this month. All I bought was stuff that was on sale or that I had a coupon for. Now, I'll get a $5 with $30 purchase. Did I mention college girls?

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@briansmac: You should price check a bit more. On average, I've found that Target is less expensive than Walmart when it comes to groceries. Plus, their generic brand is not only edible, but tastes like name brands. I actually prefer their frosted mini wheats to the "real" thing - they have more frosting!

Used this coupon today, along with the 5% savings I always get from my Red debit card. No extra fees, no weird contracts, and an additional 5% off everything just for carrying an extra card in my wallet? Yes please!

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We quit shopping at super target when we were told - oh we don't match store ads, who do you think we are? Walmart? Well, Walmart gets all our business now along with all store ads and target ads too! LOL :o

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@thebopster: The only way I can see that even remotely relating to the Grocery coupons is if you took "Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" and used it as a cheese plate. Much better than watching it...

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@honestmonkey: There are lots of coupons other than just gravy and candy. One is for $10 off Indiana Jones: The Complete Adventures Blu-ray Disc set, which lowers the price to $54.99 shipped:
http://www.target.com/p/indiana-jones-the-complete-adventures-5-discs-blu-ray-restored-remastered-widescreen/-/A-14180751#prodSlot=medium_1_3&term=indiana%20jones

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You need to install the "Coupon Printing" program, which kind of sucks, as far as I''m concerned. The featured coupon isn't too bad, but the others are mostly for a buck off candy or gravy.