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Target Is Offering Major Incentives for Holiday Shopping This Year

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If you haven’t started thinking about your holiday shopping yet, you might want to, given all the supply chain delays. And Target seems to agree because it’s offering some major shopping incentives this year.

The retailer is getting into the holiday spirit early this year. Starting Oct. 10, the store will offer a holiday price match guarantee, and it’s even better than it sounds because Target’s pricing matching is retroactive.

From Oct. 10-Dec. 24, if you purchase something at Target and the price is reduced within 14 days of your purchase, you can just bring your receipt back and be refunded the difference.

While this alone is a major incentive, there’s even more good news! The price match also applies to Target’s major competitors. You’ll have to bring in your proof of purchase, as well as proof of the lower price, but when you do, you’ll get the difference back in cash.

You’ll also be able to take advantage of Target’s Deal Days again. Oct. 10-12, shoppers can get sneak peeks at thousands of deals on everything from televisions and videos games to appliances and apparel, and even food and drinks. Basically, if Target sells it, it’s probably included in Deal Days.

All of the discounts will be available on Target.com and the app, but this year, you can also head to your local store to shop.

Whether you’ve already finalized your holiday gift list or are making it now, you might want to add those Target items before Oct. 10.

[Via USA Today]

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