Couponing Tip: Target CartWheel Coupons Learning to Use Them

Have you noticed all the new Target CartWheel Coupons Buzz? Curious as to what this new program is?  Looking to learn how to get maximum savings with this new program? If so, this Couponing Tip Post is just for you!

Target Cartwheel is a whole new spin on saving at Target stores. Its is so new that a lot of you may not have even heard of it yet. It works in conjunction with Facebook. Cartwheel lets you connect with friends to share your favorite deals plus save money on the products you love. I thought I would go over a few things of how Target Cartwheel works and how you can deepen your savings by using it.

1.) Do you have to have a Facebook account to use it?
Yes! With Target Cartwheel working in conjunction with Facebook so that you can share offers with your friends, it is required that you have a Facebook account to use it.

2.) Will it share my personal information with Facebook?
It will only use the setting that you select when you sign-up. When you are adding an offer to your list or saving in store, it will be published to your Facebook friends’ news feed. If you have selected for it to show up for “Only Me”, then it will only publish to your Facebook timeline and only you will be able to view it. So make sure you choose the setting that you want from the start.

3.) How do I see offers, does it only work on phones?
No! Target Cartwheel offers can be seen at on your computer, tablet, or mobile device.

4.) How do I select the offers I want?

It’s easy! Anywhere you see the Cartwheel offer card, you simply click or tap to flip. Then select the add button. It’s that easy! Offer cards can show up in many places including your friends activity feed.

5.) How do I use them?
When you shop at your local Target store, you can either print your Cartwheel barcode from your desktop at home, or you can use your mobile device in store to access your barcode. Find the items that you will be buying using Cartwheel. Then when you are checking out, give your barcode to the cashier. Remember this can be a printed one or just show them the barcode on your phone. The cashier will scan your barcode and it will automatically take off your savings on all of the Cartwheel items you have purchased!

6.) Can I use my Cartwheel offers on
No! These only work in store.

7.) How many Cartwheel offers can I save at a time?
When you first sign up for Cartwheel you get 10 spots automatically just for joining. You can earn additional spots by unlocking Cartwheel badges. To unlock badges scroll down to the bottom of the Cartwheel offer page. You will see a link that says “my badges”. Click on that to see which badges you’ve already unlocked, and read hints to help you unlock more.

8.) Do Cartwheel offers expire?
Yes! Expired offers are automatically removed from the offer catalog, search results, and your Cartwheel list. You will receive a notification when expired offers are removed from your Cartwheel list.

9.) How many offers can I use at the store at one time?
All! If you have offers on your list for lets say 10 items and you buy all 10 of those items, all of them will be deducted off your receipt

10.) How many times a day can I use a Cartwheel offer?
6! You can only save using your Cartwheel list up to 6 times per day. Chances are you will not be making more then a few trips to the store in one day anyways.

11.) Can I stack a Cartwheel offer with another coupon?
Yes! At this time they have not said that you can not stack them. So I would think that the same Target stacking rules apply. That would be “Target accepts one Manufacturer Coupon and one Target Coupon for the same item (unless prohibited by either coupon)”.

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