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Target: Fiber One Yogurt 4-packs for $0.04 each!

The Fiber One yogurts are confirmed to be part of the Buy 5 Fiber One products, Get a $5 Target Gift Card deal. They are priced at $2.04 at most Target stores. Here’s how to get them for $0.04 per pack:

Buy 5 Fiber One yogurts at $2.04 each
Use 5 $1/1 coupons
Spend $5.20 plus tax out of pocket, Get a $5 Target gift card
$0.04 each after coupons and gift card

If you only have access to one computer, or don’t really want to buy 5 packages of Fiber One yogurt, here’s another deal idea:

Buy 3 Fiber One cereals at $2.50 each
Buy 2 Fiber One yogurts at $2.04 each

Use 2 $1/1 Fiber One yogurt coupons
Use 3 $0.75/1 Fiber One cereal coupons
Spend $7.33 plus tax out of pocket, Get a $5 Target gift card
$0.47 each after coupons and gift card

Thanks, Kansas City Mamas!

See more deals at Target this week here.

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  • Angela says:

    I just got back from Target, and lots of the boxes of Fiber One cereal have $1/1 peelies! I got 25 boxes of Fiber One (the only cereal my husband will eat!) for fifty cents each! Great for hubby and kids! We’re stocked for a year.

  • Natasha says:

    There’s also a Shout Money Maker at Target this week!!!

    Shout Stain Removers $1.97 (price may vary)
    Use $0.55/1 Shout Laundry Product coupon 5/2 SS (watch for peelies on product)
    Use $1/1 Shout Target printable coupon
    Pay as low as $0.42 for one bottle of Shout
    BUT WAIT buy three and submit for $5.00 SC Johnson rebate and make $3.74 doing so!

  • Amanda K says:

    I was just at Target and the fiber one cereal had $1/1 peelies on them. So I paid $7.50 out of pocket for 5 boxes of cereal and got a $5 gift card back. That comes out to only .50 per box of cereal!

  • Bryant S says:

    How do you use 5 $1 coupons for 5 yogurt packs if the coupons say only one coupon per product per purchase?

  • Autumn says:

    Bryant, In this scenario you are only using (1) coupon per product that your purchasing. Sometimes a misinformed cashier will try to say you can only use (1) coupon for an entire transaction but this is wrong. Most all stores will accept (1) coupon per item but to our advantage nice stores like Target, Walgreens, CVS and even others will allow you to stack (1) manufacturer coupon with their store coupon.

  • Bryant S says:

    Okay, so “on coupon per purchase” on the coupon refers to one product, not the transaction?
    What might you say if the cashier says you can’t use more than one?

  • waterchick says:

    Inform them that you are allowed to use one manu Q + 1 target Q per item that you purchase. If it goes any further than that, pull out a copy of Targets own coupon usage policy so they can read it themselves. When in doubt, call over a manager. They usually know the couponing rules better than a cashier, so will overide any misinformation that a new cashier may say.

  • Maria says:

    Fiber One cereal at my Target is $3.86! And no peelies. So it’s not a deal here! (WA)
    But they have some movies on sale, picked up Kit Kittredge and Dennis the Menace at $4.75 each.

    • Crystal says:

      Did you try scanning it? Ours was marked at $3.68, but when I scanned it at the price scanner, it showed up as $2.50 and showed the gift card details, too.

  • Kathy says:

    I went to Target today, but they didn’t have the Yogurt Fiber One Multipacks, and it was a regular Target. Do you think maybe only Super Target carries those? Can anybody help please?

    • sarah k. says:

      @Kathy, that might be the case. i have a target with a “market,” not a supertarget & i don’t think they have the fiber one multipack yogurt. i haven’t been this week yet so i don’t know for sure but i don’t think i’ve ever seen them there. bummer!

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