A TIKTOK user and coupon expert has shared two deals shoppers can combine to get freebies at Target this week.
The account Savingwithdan has more than 129,000 followers and 725,000 total likes, as Dan constantly shows off how to save at popular stores.
In one of his most recent videos, Dan got diapers and baby wipes for free from Target and recorded how he scored the deal.
Not only did Dan end up getting both products at no cost, he technically profited from the sale when it was all said and done.
He started by heading to Target and clipping coupons from the store’s mobile app.
Dan utilized a 25-cent off coupon on Pampers wipes, and another for $2 off Pampers diapers.
With both items and coupons in tow, Dan checked out for a little under $11.
After checking out, Dan uploaded his receipt on Shopkick – a shopping rewards app.
When you send a receipt to Shopkick, the app pays out kicks, a digital currency that you can exchange for gift cards or cash.
Users can redeem $1 for every 250 kicks they earn, and withdrawals are typically available when you have 500 kicks.
Shopkick paid 3,000 kicks for a receipt with Pampers wipes and diapers, meaning Dan got $12 in value back after spending just $11.
Between Target coupons and Shopkick rewards, Dan took home both products and made $1 in the process.
Where to find coupons and cashback deals
Target has an app that you can use to browse and clip digital coupons specific to your store location.
In addition, Coupons.com is a great source for finding hundreds of dollars worth of savings at tons of popular stores.
The site has digital and printable coupons offering discounts on everything from food to cleaning supplies to personal care items.
You can also download the Coupons.com app for additional convenience.
Primarily a grocery couponing resource, Lozo compiles coupons from 19 major stores including Kroger, Target, and Stop & Shop.
The site has a great feature that lets you build a grocery list and see what coupons are available for each item you’re planning to buy.
And there are plenty of apps similar to Shopkick that offer rewards if you upload photos of your receipts.
Ibotta is one of the most popular cashback apps, and the company says its users save an average of $150 per year.
The app accepts receipts from more than 2,000 retailers and applies to in-store and online shopping.
Another cashback app, Fetch also gives you rewards for snapping photos of your bills.
You’ll earn points for every receipt you upload based on how much you spent, and you can cash those points in for gift cards.
Every purchase earns at least 25 Fetch points, with big bonuses on products from Fetch’s hundreds of partner brands.
Every 1,000 points are worth $1 in gift card value, and you can withdraw starting at $3.
For more Target-related stories, a money expert reveals how to save 20 percent on multiple Target purchases.
And we explained six ways to save money at the retail chain every time you shop there.
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