Thursday, August 27, 2009

Target: $0.99 Herbal Essences Hair Care!


If you're a fan of Herbal Essences Hair Care products, then you'll be happy to know you can score a pretty great deal on them at Target! Currently select Herbal Essences hair care products are on sale for just $2.97 each.

Deal Scenario:
Buy 1 Herbal Essences Shampoo or Conditioner $2.97
Buy 1 Herbal Essences Styling product $2.97
Total=$5.94

Coupons:
Use the FREE Styling Product when you buy any Herbal Essences Shampoo, Conditioner or Styling product from the 7/26RP
Plus, for the item you're not getting free, use the $1 coupon from the 8/23RP

Final cost ONLY $0.99 each!

(Thanks, KrazyCouponLady!)

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13 comments:

Lindsay M. said...

Great deal! And good I haven't done my Target shopping for the week yet.

Anonymous said...

And to add...if you buy a College '09 Comforter set (19.99) you get a great booklet of Target coupons. There is a q for $2 off one Herbal Essence. Making it a MM. I did this a couple of days ago. Bought a shampoo and a hairspray. Used the BOGO on the hairspray, $1 mani on the shampoo and the $2 Target q. Made $.01...haha...but it was still a great deal!!

Erin said...

If you have a HT near you, this week Herbal essences is on sale for $2.50 and with the $1 coupon at super doubles, the shampoo is $.50 and you can still use the free styling coupon also! http://frugalseeker.blogspot.com

Melissa said...

Okay so after some traumatizing Target fiascos (of which I won)... I'm super scared to try this because both coupons say limit one coupon per perchase.

Thoughts? What do I say when they challenge me? Will Target Corp go along with this?

Anonymous said...

I bought six herbal essence products this afternoon and had no trouble using both coupons! Also on an endcap I found an eco to go pack which included an intution plus razor,4 count refill cartridges, an aluminum water bottle, and a reusable target shopping bag marked down to $8.48 and then I used a $4 off coupon to make it $4.48! I bought several other items, my total before coupons was $83.68 and after coupons it was $35.08!

Anonymous said...

Hey I saw this while surfing for deals...and thought it might be something that you might like to get involved in!

http://www.weusecoupons.com/index.php?pageid=cdbn

Keep up the great work, I love your posts!!

Hannah

Betsy said...

I used this scenario at my Target in Florida today and it worked great! And the products were only $2.79 each, so it ended up being less than 99cents each...hooray!

Anonymous said...

they are 2.79 in chicago...

Sami Cook said...

what do you mean by 8/23RP??? how do I get that?

ABC said...

Sami Cook,
It means:
The coupon was found in the Sundays Newspaper 8/23/2009 in the Red Plum coupons.

Heather Wheeler said...

Thanks for the Link! Love your Blog!

Anonymous said...

What I have found helpful with couponing at Target is to go through a cashier that is young; high school student, they don't seem to be as picky about couponing. For me, if the register says "item not found" they just hit a button to for it to take the coupon and continue on. Also, with items that are less than the coupon amount (ie trial size SpongeBob toothpaste and Crazy Core Skittles), since the coupons were $1 off, I used one coupon and bought 2 of them, so I did pay .04, but they seem to agrue less since I am at the price of the coupon.

Melissa said...

I've found that too. The high schoolers don't care and just click the register to take it. The older the cashier, the more problems i've had. Not to generalize but that's been my experience.

Must be as you age somehow coupons become stealing.