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Target: Nine items you should buy including exclusive fall socks

When Target has so many great options, it can be hard to decide what to buy.

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Now that seasonal items are on shelves, it it that much harder. So, here are nine items that you should buy.


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Top Target finds

Anyone who shops has Target has likely fallen victim to a few impulse buys. Luckily, Sav, of @SavCarmo on TikTok shared her recent finds and recommendations to combat the impulse purchases. Her haul had home goods, beauty items, and everything in between. Plus, everything she found was reasonably priced.

She found three pairs of cozy crew socks for $5 each. The cable-knit design comes multiple colors and they will be sure to keep you warm as temperatures start to drop. Walmart offers a similar style sock– but at $9 per pair.

In the same trip she also found a new halter top, body suit, and athletic tank top. The Frenshe Hair, Body, and Linen mist was one of her top picks which sells for $14.99. She also picked up some of her beauty staples like Aquaphor, for $4.99 and two La Roche Posay products that were both under $20.

Sav also shared that she did splurge on a few items. For example, attachments for her TheraGun TheraFace PRO skincare device which were $99. She also purchased a 32oz candle Hearth and Hand that for $34.99.

Other Target tips

Use the Target Circle app to find discounts specifically for food items. Other shopping apps like Ibotta can actually be used to get your money back. For example, Perfect Bars at Target were priced at $2.49. Through Ibotta, you can score $0.50 back. Ibotta offers users money back on groceries and other purchases. In a way, it is a digital form of clipping coupons.

Target has a specific markdown schedule:

  • Mondays- electronics, accessories, kid’s clothing, books, baby, and stationery
  • Tuesdays- domestics, women’s clothing, pets, and market (food items)
  • Wednesdays- men’s clothing, health and beauty, diapers, lawn and garden items, and furniture
  • Thursdays- houseware, lingerie, shoes, toys, sporting goods, décor, and luggage
  • Fridays- automotive, cosmetics, hardware, and jewelry

Savings tip: How one mom cut her grocery bill by $800 with this meal prep method

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