• FREE Hot Dog Buns at Target and Walmart (Up to $2.50 Value!) – Download App Now!

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    Through September 3rd or while supplies last, you can use a cash back offer to get FREE hot dog buns from either TargetWalmart, Kroger, Publix or Ralphs. You’ll first need to download the Coupons.com App where you can get the rebate offer for FREE Hot Dog Buns, any brand, for up to $2.50 in value!

    Here’s What to Do:

    • Download the Coupons.com App;
    • Log into your account, or create a new one if you haven’t yet;
    • Go to My Account then link your PayPal Account;
    • Use the Search Bar for either Target or Walmart;
    • Once you’re in either retailer’s page, search again for “hot dog buns” to find the offer;
    • Select the offer, and make sure that you’ve done this step before heading to the store;
    • Go to either Target or Walmart, purchase a pack of hot dog buns worth up to $2.50;
    • Submit your receipt via the app for FREE hot dog buns on or before 11:59pm PT on September 3rd, 2019

    As a deal idea, you can buy some Ball Park Hot Dog Buns. The 8-count bag costs about $2.09 at Target. Pay at the counter, then submit the receipt before September 3rd to get the rebate!

    ► Buy Ball Park Hot Dog Buns (8ct) = $2.09
    Pay: $2.09
    Submit for FREE Hot Dog Buns Cash Back from Coupons.com
    (valid at Target, Walmart, Kroger, Publix or Ralphs only, limit 1, max value $2.50)
    Final Price: FREE

    Please note that the rebate will only return what you paid and will not result in a moneymaker if the eggs you purchased cost less than $2.50. Once the receipt is submitted, the amount will be credited to your PayPal account within 48 hours. Also note that this offer is valid only at Target, Walmart, Kroger, Publix, or Ralphs, and does not stack with other coupons and offers.

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      Jennifer Finkral :

      Did you mean August 31st? Since July is passed? I’m sure that’s what you meant. Thanks for the heads up!

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