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Check Target Bulk Clearance

Posted on Friday, February 25th, 2011 at 8:12 am
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Hit the bullseye for great deals

Hit the bullseye for great deals

On a recent trip to Target, I spotted a lot of bulk items on clearance at the back of the store. Our store had experimented with offering bulk bargains, but I guess this didn’t work out because all of the items were marked down with the red stickers.

I picked up packages of Barilla Pasta and Quaker flavored instant oatmeal. It looked like most of the food was pretty much cleared out, but there were a lot of DVDs and video games including popular ones such as Mario Kart.

If you have a Target trip this week, please report back on whether or not your store has any bulk items on clearance.

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