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Target: Free bananas and corn on the cob (after text coupons)

You can get free corn on the cob and bananas at Target this week! Here’s how:

Buy 4 Ears of Corn at $0.25 each
Use $1.00/1 Fresh Vegetable Coupon (text JULY4 to 827438)
or use $1.00/1 Fresh Vegetable Coupon (text FRESH to 827438)
Free after coupon

Buy 4 Bananas at $0.25 each
Use $1.00/1 Fresh Fruit Coupon (text JULY4 to 827438)
or use $1.00/1 Fresh Fruit Coupon (text FRESH to 827438)
Free after coupon

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  • Sarah says:

    Are these text coupons considered store brand coupons that you can match with manufacture coupons? Obviously can’t do it with the fresh produce, but wondering for matching some dish soap and trash bags. Thanks

  • Jennifer Seekings says:

    Can you use the mobile coupons more than once?

  • AmazonsRock says:

    Can you text both codes to that number to do the deal twice or does one code cancel out the other code since they are going to the same number?

  • Amber L. says:

    I was sad to see our Target now started prebagging produce. Not sure if it was theft issues or just to make it easier, but now our bananas are in a bag with about 8 bananas, cucumbers are three in a pack, apples in bags, etc. I like to be able to pick which items I want and then bag them. It was nice while it lasted! Thank goodness our Aldi still let’s us pick out which we prefer. 🙂 I will be happy with something over nothing!

    • Carrie says:

      I keep trying, but get the message: this service is not available for your service plan. I have unlimited talk, text and web….I called my service provider(Walmart Family Mobile) and they said they block paid subscription services….is there a charge showing up on anyone’s bill for these kind of coupons? I am confused….

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