4 Simple Tips to Improve Your Target Buying Experience in the New Year

4 Simple Tips to Improve Your Target Buying Experience in the New Year

4 Simple Tips to Improve Your Target Buying Experience in the New Year

This story is part 12 days of advicehelping you get the most out of your tech, your home and your health this holiday season.

It’s a running joke that if you go to Target for one thing, you’ll end up buying a bunch of other stuff too. Many people feel drawn to Target, because of its affordability, convenience, and everyday products. So it’s easy to end up spending more than you planned, especially in the New Year with the desire to get in shape or try a new hobby.

The good news is, if you’re an avid Target shopper, you can keep shopping and saving with our tip that’s guaranteed to save your wallet. All you have to do is shop on a specific day to get discounts and savings. Still curious? Well, we’ll walk you through everything: two well-known money-saving tricks and a secret trick to help you save in-store.

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Join the Target Rewards Program

Simple benefits you get as a Target Circle member just for your purchases.


If you want to save money on your purchases, join Target’s rewards program for free. The great thing is that you can use these benefits not only online but also in store. Here are the advantages of being a member of the Circle:

  1. 1% gain when you shop to redeem or continue save 5% with RedCard
  2. To access to offers on brands
  3. 5% off single purchase for your birthday (valid for 30 days from your birthday)
  4. Community support votes for direct where Target gives
  5. Target Circle partnerships with brands like Apple and Ulta Beauty.

Access to Target’s rewards program is important, especially when you’re shopping at the retailer anyway.

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Get a Price Match Guarantee

What some shoppers don’t realize is that Target also offers a price match guarantee. You can request a price match from Target whenever you find that the item you purchased is cheaper. For the item to be eligible, it must be:

  1. During the 14 day window from when you purchased the item
  2. An identical itembrand, size, weight, color, quantity and model number
  3. In stock at one lower price at time of return to a list of Target Match competitors
  4. Lower on Target.com or at your local Target store

How to request a price match

Once you’ve determined if you can get a price match, it’s just a few steps to do so in-store or online. If you’re doing it in store, here’s what you need to do:

  1. Ask for a price match at check
  2. To bring proof of the price you wish to match — the entire print ad, digital ad, or retailer’s main website (photos or photocopies are not acceptable)
  3. bring it Original receipt if you have already purchased the item

Online is a little easier, but your options here are to call or chat with a representative. You can do this by:

  1. Chat with Target representatives online or call 800-591-3869
  2. Have the current price you wish to match — digital ad, authorized retailer website or store target price (photos or photocopies are not acceptable)
  3. have your order number and item information ready from the start

Checking Target’s ads and catalogs can save you money on hundreds of items every week

Our top money-saving tip for in-store shopping at Target

Now that you know what you can do to get rewards and get a price match if you need it, you can now check out our cheat that will give you access to discounted products across the retailer.

The first thing you need to know is that this only works for in-store purchases (sorry online shoppers). Then it comes down to when you should shop in-store. Depending on the day of the week (excluding Saturday and Sunday), you will find a selection of clearance products.

When shopping at your local Target, here’s the cheat sheet for what products are on sale:

  1. Mondays: Electronics, children’s clothing and stationery
  2. Tuesdays: Maids, women’s clothing, pet products and food
  3. Wednesdays: Men’s clothing, toys, health and beauty, lawn and garden items
  4. Thursdays: Homeware, lingerie, shoes, sporting goods, movies, music, books, decor and luggage
  5. Fridays:Auto, beauty, hardware and jewelry

To confirm our advice, we contacted Target on October 17and received no response.

For more money-saving tips, check out how to save money on shipping and using Amazon’s Hidden Coupons to cut prices on must-have items too.

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