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Target: Shout stain remover for $0.22

There’s a brand-new coupon available from Right At Home for $0.75/1 Shout stain remover. Pair this with $1/1 Target coupon to score a great deal. Here are the details:

Buy 1 Shout at $1.97
Stack with
$0.22 after coupons

When I was at Target today, all the Shout bottles had $0.55/1 peelies on them, too.

By the way, I think Shout is one of the best stain removers on the market. I’ve tried a lot of different stain removers and few of them are as effective.

Thanks, !

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  • says:

    I have 2 boys 4 and 1. Shout is the only product I use and LOVE IT!

  • Nancy says:

    I have 4 kids (ages 9, 4, 3, and 1). I use Shout exclusively. I’m off to Target to stock up….

    Thanks 🙂

  • Heather says:

    I also like Shout the best. I prefer the stick kind: as you apply it, you’re already rubbing it in, so no extra step. Also it seems to last longer.

  • Julie says:

    I tried to link to the Target coupons page and didn’t find the $1/1 you referenced. I’m fairly new to the printing coupons concept so I might just be missing something! Thanks!

  • Crystal DuBois says:

    don’t forget about the SC Johnson rebate too! $5 back on 3 purchases. And you can submit up ti 3 offers!

  • says:

    It’s not on sale at my Target! It’s $2.39. Do only certain areas have these sales? How does that work?

  • says:

    I’m in Louisville, KY, by the way.

  • Laura says:

    Since I’ve got a stockpile of Shout, Spray ‘n Wash, etc, I haven’t yet tried this, but I’m wondering . . . are these products superior to just rubbing a little of the liquid laundry detergent I usually use on a spot? I have teens so I’m fortunate not to have so many of the children food stains, grass stain, etc. any more. Is this a frugal way to save or it is not as effective? Any tips? THANKS!

    • Julie says:

      @Laura, I’ve heard that using the laundry detergent directly can cause discoloration if left on to dry, but I don’t see why it wouldn’t work if you used the detergent and then threw it in the wash. I’ve never tried.

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