2. Avoid the end caps, unless it’s marked “clearance” on the top. Target end caps are a means of getting you to buy more. I don’t know that those deals are saving my family money. Most of the clearance end caps can be found on the other end of the main aisles. They usually face the wall and located in an area you aren’t apt to see from walking down the main aisle-way.Before I do any shopping, I spend time looking through sales ads and researching online. I’d rather not make an on-the-spot decision to buy something, only to later find another store is selling the same item for a lot less. We’ve all overspent on an item only to find it for a lesser price somewhere else. Annoying!
During the summer, I’m naturally going to spend less time in target because all 3 kids are home with me. And what mother wants to shop at target with 3 children?
Did you know Target has a clearance mark-down schedule? I didn’t and was interested in learning more. I think this depends on your local store so you may want to take a deeper look at how your store operates, but it’s worth it if it’s going to save you even more money.
Here is the “rumored” clearance schedule…
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