Check this out. I bought a new FoodSaver for $14.88
$84.99 - Target in-store price and with tax, $90.09.
$76.49 - Target online price.
Only when I got to the store, I didn't know it would be higher. So I asked for a price adjustment and bam, I got it.
But wait, it gets better.
$84.99 -- Before Tax
-$8.50 -- Price Adjustment
-$10.00 -- Manufacture Coupon
-$10.00 -- Target Coupon (my Target allows stacking)
+$3.39 -- Taxed
-$5.00 -- Promotional Target Gift Card
Given after buying on-sale, and couponed garbage bags.
-$40.00 -- Promotional Visa Gift Card
Tim received when he bought his printer and ink, at Staples.
$14.88 -- Total OOP (out of pocket), expense.
Total savings with real in-store price - $75.21
How 'bout them apples? Not too shabby. Now, if I really wanted a zero out of pocket purchase, I could have bought more garbage bags, but given I was out of garbage bag coupons, it wasn't the logical choice.
Now if you'll excuse me, I have several pounds of 59 cent per pound chicken, that needs bagged and tagged.
Cheers and boogie boogie.