On the hunt for new kitchen appliances that won’t break the bank? Your moment is here. Well, more specifically, it’s this weekend.
On November 11 and 12, Target will be hosting its biggest sale of the year on all kitchen appliances and Thanksgiving prep essentials, like disposable tableware and napkins. It’s part of the company’s ongoing Weekend Deals program running throughout the holiday season. So, if you can’t make the upcoming sale, be sure to catch the next one.
“The holidays can be hectic, and we want to make saving at Target easier than ever for our guests. Our new Weekend Deals do just that, by offering great discounts on the items our guests are shopping for most when they're doing their weekend Target run,” said Mark Tritton, Target’s executive vice president and chief merchandising officer, in a statement.
Tritton suggests combining the limited-time weekend sales with the other discounts offered through Target’s Weekly Ad and Cartwheel programs, in order to optimize savings. And with 25 percent off all kitchen appliance brands (no exclusions, really), those savings could be seriously hefty. Find your coupons for this weekend on Target’s app, or text KITCHEN to TARGET (827438) in order to download them.
As for the Thanksgiving prep essentials? Those are marked down 15 percent, with the discount applied automatically.
And this is just the first sale event we can expect from Target: According to the retailer, upcoming discounts include holiday decorations and popular gifts. In addition to Weekend Deals, Target is also offering in-store, holiday-themed events this season. Stop by for interactive photobooths, and even hot cocoa stations throughout the next two months.
But if your Target holiday shopping list doesn’t include a new blender or microwave, don't worry—we have you covered. See some of our favorite gifting ideas from the company here.
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