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How Target Cartwheel Coupons Work

by Addicted to Saving on July 23, 2013

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target-cartwheelI posted about Target Cartwheel coupons last week and wanted to post about them again this week in case you are still confused on how they work.  You may have noticed that some of the Target deals I’ve been posting lately include Target Cartwheel coupons. I wanted to explain exactly how Target Cartwheel Coupons work.  With Target Cartwheel coupons, you can save on everything from fresh produce to diapers to household items to clothing!  The reason I love Target Cartwheel coupons is because you can use these coupons with regular Target store coupons!  So these coupons are extra savings that you can stack along with your manufacturer coupon AND Target store coupon!

Target Cartwheel coupons are coupons that you can either print out or download to your smartphone.  Follow the steps below to get started using Target Cartwheel coupons:

1) Go HERE to Target Cartwheel’s website.

2) Click “Login with Facebook”  (you will need to connect Target Cartwheel with your Facebook page in order to access and use the coupons.)

3) Next, click on the coupon deals that you want to take advantage of. (see picture below)

4) Once you have clicked on the coupons you are interested in, they will show as added (see picture below)
5) Once you have finished clicking on the coupons you are interested in, click “My Cartwheel” at the top of the page. Then, click on “Redeem in Store” at the right of the page. (see below)
target-cartwheel-coupons-26) You can then either print out the Cartwheel coupons you are interested in (see below).  The cashier will scan the barcode on the coupon to apply your extra savings.  Or, you can download the app to your phone and at checkout, you can have the cashier scan the barcode on your phone.

target-cartwheel-coupons-3I hope this helps explain how Target Cartwheel coupons work!  If you have any questions, please leave a comment and I will do my best to answer them!

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{ 10 comments… read them below or add one }

T Sharpe July 19, 2013 at 3:04 pm

Are these coupons “one use” only?


Jenn July 23, 2013 at 1:31 pm

Are the Cartwheel coupons considered store coupons or is it additional savings on top of a store and manufacturer coupon match-up?


Addicted to Saving July 23, 2013 at 5:29 pm

Jenn, the Cartwheel coupons will apply in addition to the store and manufacturer coupons. So it’s like getting triple savings! :)


Heather July 24, 2013 at 6:27 pm

If you are using cartwheel on more than one item does the cashier have to scan your phone more than once? I was a little confused when I checked out at target the other day and I couldn’t tell if I got the correct percentages off on all of my cartwheel items.


KIM July 24, 2013 at 6:57 pm

Are these coupons “one use” only?


carmen August 20, 2013 at 11:03 pm

i finally found the terms & conditions on the max # of times you can use a cartwheel coupon: terms & conditions

Offer valid in store only. Limit no more than one manufacturer coupon, one Target coupon and one Cartwheel offer can be combined per item. Scan all other coupons before scanning your Cartwheel barcode in store. Each Cartwheel offer may be used for up to a maximum of 4 qualifying items per offer per transaction, unless otherwise noted. Limit of 1 Cartwheel barcode per transaction and 6 Cartwheel barcode transactions per day. Void if copied, scanned, altered, transferred, purchased, sold, or prohibited by law. Item(s) may not be available at all stores. Not valid in Canada. Offer value may not exceed value of item purchased. No cash value.


Addicted to Saving August 21, 2013 at 8:43 am

Nice find, Carmen! Can you provide the link?


Alita September 21, 2013 at 2:53 pm

I have 15 slots on Cartwheel and have a question…I filled them all and printed the barcode. Now can I removed those ones, select 15 new offers, print that barcode and then use BOTH of them in the store doing seperate transactions? Will they both work if I have already removed the first 15 before redeeming..


Jamie January 17, 2014 at 9:29 pm

No, I don’t think it works that way. If you replaced all the items in your cartwheel, you’ll only save on that second batch. The barcode is “live.” You save on what’s in your cartwheel at that moment, not what was in it when you printed the barcode.


Vicki Powell December 28, 2013 at 3:28 pm

So this app is only used at Target. Will Publix accept this?


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