Don’t you wish there was a way to tell if a coupon that you were about to print on Target.com was a manufacturer’s coupon or a store coupon? Well, now there is! I saw Hip2Save post it yesterday, but she uses a Mac. So, I had to dig a little and figure it out, but I DID figure it out! So, now I will share it with you!
When you go to the Target coupon page, you will point your curser to any picture and RIGHT CLICK. Then go all the way down and click on PROPERTIES.
Now, you should see the URL Source and is should look like this: http://files.cncdn.co/partners/target/categories/blah, blah blah….. This is a TARGET STORE COUPON. See, the word target after the 3rd slash.
Now, if it is a MANUFACTURER’S COUPON, using these same steps, you should see: http://files.cncdn.co/partners/manufact/categories/blah, blah, blah.
Now, if you don’t know the difference between a store coupon and a manufacturer’s coupon, there are 2 things you need to know.
#1 YOU NEED TO BOOK A COUPON CLASS ASAP!
#2 – If you have a Store Coupon for (just as an example) $1 off Purex Crystals and you have a Manufacturer’s Coupon for $2 off Purex Crystals, you can use them both! So, if Purex Crystals happen to be on sale for $3, now they are FREE! This was an actual deal several months back!