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06/17/2022

Target levels up savings with return of Deal Days

Taking place July 11 to 13, Target Deal Days will feature savings on food and beverage, electronics, beauty, home, apparel, and toys.
Gisselle Gaitan
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Target is helping shoppers save with the return of its Deal Days event.

Featuring savings on thousands of items with no membership fee required, this year’s event will have three full days of bargains exclusively on the retailer’s e-commerce platform and app.

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Taking place from July 11 to 13, categories that will see major price slashing include food and beverage, electronics, beauty, home, apparel, and toys.

“We know guests look forward to Target Deal Days every year. With this year’s event being our biggest ever, guests can shop more incredible deals and items, with three full days to save on must-have products that will bring them joy all summer and beyond,” said Christina Hennington, executive vice president and chief growth officer at Target.

“From offering the most sought-after brands in retail and unparalleled savings to multiple, convenient fulfillment options within our nearly 2,000 stores, guests can shop Target with ease and confidence, knowing they are getting an incredible value,” Hennington said.

In addition, Target’s Deal Days will feature savings on its exclusive owned brands, including Good & Gather, heyday and Threshold and A New Day, as well as on national top brands like Apple and Disney, the retailer said.

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Guests can have their desired items delivered at their convenience during the savings event through Target’s contactless order pickup, drive-up services and same-day delivery through Shipt.

To prepare for Deal Days, the retailer said it will continue its ongoing internal investments by adding additional backroom hold space and pickup areas in stores, offering more pickup parking spots, and providing continuing training for store team members.

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