Bullseye: Money-Saving Tips for Shopping at Target
From the files of "Betcha Didn't Know" comes this treasure trove of hacks that'll help keep your bottom line feeling fine
For instance, did you know that the Minneapolis based retailer has a set schedule for when it marks things down?
Monday: Electronics, Accessories, Kids Clothing, Books, Baby, and Stationery
Tuesday: Domestics, Women's Clothing, Pets and, Market food items
Wednesday: Men's Clothing, Health and Beauty, Diapers, Lawn/Garden items, and Furniture
Thursday: Housewares, Lingerie, Shoes, Toys, Sporting Goods, Decor and Luggage
Friday: Auto, Cosmetics, Hardware, and Jewelry
Also, if a clearance price ends in $0.06 or $0.08, the item will be further reduced, but if it ends in $0.04 that's as low as it's going to go. If items take too long to sell, Target will donate them to Goodwill.
Then there're these fun facts: Within a calendar year, you can only return $75 worth of goods without a receipt. Also, REDcard holders (a Target-based debit card that gives you 5% off every purchase) get an additional 30 days to return items.
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