19 Crazy Secrets for Shopping at Target That You Must Try


19 Crazy Secrets for Shopping at Target That You Must Try

19 Crazy Secrets for Shopping at Target That You Must Try
19 Crazy Secrets for Shopping at Target That You Must Try

Everyone loves Target, how can you not? Here are some crazy secrets that Target lovers must know to get the best deals!

Check Out Target’s Schedule for Marked Down Items.


Use this schedule to check for marked down items to save even more money.

  • Monday – Electronics, Accessories, Kid Clothing, Books, Baby Products, and Stationery
  • Tuesday – Domestics, Women Clothing, Pets, and Food
  • Wednesday – Men Clothing, Health and Beauty, Diapers, Lawn and Garden, and Furniture
  • Thursday – Housewares, Shoes, Lingerie, Toys, Sporting Goods, and Luggage
  • Friday – Auto Items, Cosmetics, Jewelry, and Hardware

Percentage Amount Saved is on the Sticker

If you want to know how much you are saving off the original price, take a look on the lower left side to check the original price. Then, the upper right-hand side shows the percentage off.

Check the Wall-Facing End Caps

End Caps
Check End Caps

End caps are the shelves at the end of the aisles. These areas are havens for marked down items. Look for ones that are labeled “Clearance.” You find clearance items on the shelves facing walls, not the shelves facing the main aisle.

Target Has a Price Matching Policy

Many people have no idea that Target has an awesome price matching policy! If you want to purchase an item that is priced lower on a competitor’s ad, bring it into your local Target. Target will match any advertised price.

$0.06 and $0.08 Prices Mean More Mark Downs

You can wait to see the next price, but that only happens if the inventory is still in the store.

$0.04 Prices Are Final Clearance

If you pick up an item that ends in $0.04, that means it won’t be marked down again. If you love it, make sure to scoop it up now, because it is at the lowest price possible!

Bring Your Bag

If you bring your reusable bags to Target, they give you a 5-cent discount for each reusable. It isn’t much, but it will add up if it is a big shopping day.

Check Out the Dollar Spot

Near the entrance to every Target, you will find the beloved Dollar Spot. Some stores label it Target’s Bullseye’s Playground. No matter the name, it is the place where bargain hunters MUST check. Items range from $1 to $15. You can find unusual and practical items, such as stocking stuffers or holiday necessities. Parents can find small toys and coloring books there as well.

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