2- Target also offers Mobile Coupons. Just do a little texting and the coupons load right to your phone. Hand them your phone at checkout, and those coupons come right off your bill.
Text the word OFFERS to 827438.
You can also sign up for Baby offers by texting the word BABY to 827438.
And, text the word HEALTH to 827438 to get any pharmacy or health offers.
As a special promo, Target is offering $10 off a $40 Household Purchase this week only. You can text text SPRINGCLEAN to 827438. **For deal scenarios on how to use this coupon, make sure to check out the Target Weekly Deals post
Remember that Standard text messaging and data rates apply
3- Use Facebook Coupons to your advantage. Most stores will allow you to just show the Facebook offer on your phone. You don't need to clip or print anything out. For example, Old Navy ALWAYS has a coupon on their Facebook Page. So if you are out shopping, don't have a coupon or forgot yours, just pull the offer up on your phone.
4-There is also something new called "Offers" on Facebook. You have probably seen them. Companies will put out an offer on their wall that you can claim. Once you do, it will be emailed to you and you can show that coupon on your phone to the establishment for your discount.
5-If you are not a coupon clipper, you will want to head over to your Kroger Owned Grocery Store and add all of the eCoupons to your Shopper's Card. For example, Smith's has a Fresh Values Card that you can load a ton of coupons on. Just check the coupons you want to add. Then, when you head to checkout, those coupons come off automatically when you scan your card. If you don't clip coupons, add all of them. That way, you won't have to worry about it. If you do clip coupons, only add eCoupons that you don't already have paper versions of. If you don't, the eCoupon will come off and your paper coupon won't be accepted. And in most cases, the paper versions have a higher value.
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