• Finish Jet-Dry Rinse Aid JUST $4.13 at Target (Regularly $10.49)

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    (Deal Ends October 5th) Visit Target where they are currently offering a FREE $10 Target gift card for buying three select Household Essential Items. As a deal idea, you can get Finish Jet-Dry Rinse Aid, Finish Max-in-1 Dishwasher Detergent Tabs, and Finish Quantum Ultimate Clean & Shine Dishwasher Detergent Tabs for just $4.13 each! To get this deal, use this 20% Off Finish Dish Detergent Cartwheel Offer, and use three different SmartSource insert coupons.

    ► Buy 1 Finish Jet-Dry Rinse Aid (23 oz) = $10.49
    ► Buy 1 Finish Max-in-1 Dishwasher Detergent Tabs (63 ct) = $9.99
    ► Buy 1 Finish Quantum Dishwasher Detergent Tabs (36 ct) = $9.49
    Sub-Total: $29.97
    Use 20% Off Finish Dish Detergent Cartwheel Offer (x10/5) = -$2.59
    (cartwheel discount is auto adjusted due to gift card earned)
    And use one $2/1 Finish Jet-Dry Rinse Aid Product (SS 9/29, x10/27) = -$2
    And use one one $1/1 Finish Max-in-1 Product (SS 9/29, x10/27) = -$1
    And use one $2/1 Finish Quantum Product (SS 9/29, x10/27) = -$2
    Pay: $22.38
    Get Back: $10 Target Gift Card
    Final Price: $4.13 each or $12.38 for all three

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      How does the autoadjustment work for the Cartwheel? It doesn’t make sense to me at all. My store price is not the same, how do I calculate how much Cartwheel will take off?

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        Hi Lucie, calculating cartwheel deduction is a little tricky. They go by the return value now. “Return Value” is how much the item is worth when you try to return it. Since you already received the gift card (which is treated like cash). Since you could have spent the gift card already. They would only return partial value back to you instead of the full value, accounting for what you received in gift card.
        So you calculate first the return value which is the price of the item minus the gift card. Then you apply the cartwheel on the return value

        • Hi Tina, thanks for clarifying! I understand why Target is doing this but at the same time it sucks that the percentage off Cartwheel is not going to reflect the same savings whenever there’s a gift card promotion 🙁

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