There are a lot of ways to save at Target right now! In addition to kicking off its early Black Friday deals, the retailer is offering a Deal of the Day, launching its annual Holiday Price Match Guarantee and giving customers some much-needed savings on Thanksgiving groceries.
Of course, if you’re a Target Circle member, you’ll get free shipping, personalized offers and access to exclusive savings. If you have a Target RedCard, you can take 5% off every purchase, too.
But whether you’re a Target Circle member or not, take a look below to see all the ways you can save at Target right now.
Target’s early Black Friday deals kicked off on Oct. 29 and run through Thanksgiving weekend. You can get up to 50% off electronics, apparel, home goods, toys, beauty products and groceries — for four straight weeks.
According to a press release, the retailer will release new deals weekly, available Sunday through Saturday. Target also says these deals will “include the best prices planned for the holiday season.” So, you know you’re saving as much as possible, especially with its Holiday Price Match Guarantee (more on that in a minute).
Here are some of this week's best deals:
In addition to early Black Friday deals Target is also offering a Deal of the Day exclusively to Target Circle members. Like the name suggests, the item on sale changes daily, so you’ll need to check Target’s website regularly for that one. Sometimes, there’s even more than one deal!
If you’re not a Target Circle member, don’t worry; it’s free and easy to sign up — it takes about five minutes. Once you do, you can shop the deals online, in stores and via the Target mobile app. Just make sure to add the offers to your account before checking out!
If you’re shopping some of Target’s early Black Friday deals, you can confidently know you’re getting the best deal possible, thanks to Target’s Holiday Price Match Guarantee. The guarantee, available Oct. 22 through Dec. 24, promises if the price of an item goes lower at Target later in the season, the retailer will match it.
So, let’s say you bought a blender for $100 on Oct. 25, and the blender gets marked down even more to $90 on Dec. 21. Target will refund you the $10, so you get the better of the deals.
Additionally, Target will also match select competitors’ pricing within 14 days of purchase (this isn’t new, though).
Target released its Thanksgiving Dinner for $25 on Nov. 1 to help customers feed a crowd for less this upcoming holiday. Turkey’s price is less than $1 per pound, and there are plenty of side dishes and desserts for less than $5. You can buy it all online, in-store or on the app.
The entire dinner includes:
Good & Gather Premium Basted Young Turkey (Frozen) – 10 lb.
Good & Gather Russet Potatoes – 5 lb.
Good & Gather Cut Green Beans – 14.5 oz.
Campbell’s Cream of Mushroom Soup – 22 oz.
Ocean Spray Jellied Cranberry Sauce – 14 oz.
Stove Top Turkey Stuffing Mix – 6 oz.
Heinz HomeStyle Roasted Turkey Gravy – 12 oz.
Of course, if you’re feeding more people this Thanksgiving, you can double or triple the list.
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