Amazon Prime Day has ended, but if you’re still looking for Prime Day–level savings, you still have time to shop Target’s Circle Week sale. It runs through this Saturday, July 15, with up to half off on everything from Dyson vacuums to pool toys.
There is one small catch: You need to be a Target Circle member, and that just requires you to sign up with your email address. (I also recommend adding your phone number, as you can enter that at checkout when you shop in person to start racking up points on your purchases.)
The easiest way to shop the sale is to browse by category. If you see something you want, click the “save offer” button in order to access the deal, as discounts won’t show up automatically on product pages. But to save you one step, I’ve broken out everything on sale into categories, which you can jump to by clicking the links below. If you see something you like, you can easily find its coupon by searching for the product on the Circle Week page. Note that I have included a few deals that aren’t officially part of Circle Week but are just very good deals — those discounts do show up on the product page. For products that aren’t discounted, Target is offering gift cards when you spend a certain amount in select categories. For instance, if you spend $50 on home necessities like toilet paper and dish soap, Target will send you a $15 gift card.
Surprisingly, I didn’t find too many beauty items on sale, but if you dig, you can find decent deals on some of our favorite beauty items like shampoo and conditioner. In the health and wellness category, you’ll find the best deals on tooth care, including one of our favorite water flossers, and manscaping tools like electric trimmers. And if you spend over $40 on products from the beauty and wellness aisles, Target will send a $10 gift card to your account.
Rarely discounted AirPods, iPads, and Apple smartwatches are on sale. And there are plenty of other savings on photography equipment and gaming accessories, too.
If you’re in the market for a new vacuum, several Strategist-approved brands like Dyson, Bissell, and iRobot are deeply discounted.
The home section has the largest selection of actually good deals. You can snag trendy décor from Target’s in-house line for your bedroom, living room, backyard, and more for up to 50 percent off.
You’ll find great deals on heirloom-level kitchen appliances like KitchenAid, as well as serveware from Target’s in-house line Threshold. (And the savings on groceries are pretty good, too.)
I was shocked to see that there weren’t any deals on adult clothing, but Target made up for the fact with an incredibly vast selection of kids’ clothing on sale.
Plenty of pet toys, food bowls, and other accessories for your fluffiest family members for 20 percent off.
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