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Posted on Monday, April 26th, 2010 at 8:40 pm
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Hit the bullseye for great deals

Hit the bullseye for great deals

Target is one of the best stores for bargain hunters by far.  From in store deals with Target coupons, to online deals, the finds are enormous in all departments.

First of all, check out the deal of the day at Target.com.  This changes every day. The shipping is always free on these, and the discounts are significant.  Next, don’t forget to check out our Target online coupons often.  From clothing to electronics and furniture, you’ll save big.  There are frequent free shipping offers.  And oh yes, Target is a great place for bargains on toys.

In store deals are a lot of fun for true bargain hunters, because you can combine the Target coupons from the site with your own manufacturer’s coupons and sales.  Check out the store coupons for Target here.  Then, check out our printable coupons.  Don’t forget our list of newspaper coupons and what you clip every week.  Check out the weekly Target circular ad for your area, and match up store deals with store coupons and manufacturer coupons.  You will make out very well if you keep doing this.

Target is a consistent, daily source of great deals, whether you are in the store or shopping online.  Visit their site daily for the best deals. You’ll find great discounts on electronics, clothing, toys, and just about anything you need for your home.  There are also super deals for jewelry, and items for pampering yourself.  And don’t forget, there is also furniture and outdoor living comfort.  Check out free shipping over $50 specials for the maximum savings.

See why Target is one of the most popular online destinations for true bargain hunters.!

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