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Target has its own sale next week, a day after Amazon’s Prime Day

July 13th, 2018 at 6:50 AM
Target vs. Amazon Prime Day 2018

Add Target to the growing list of retailers that aren’t going to sit idly by, as Amazon hosts its fourth annual Prime Day event. eBay, Google, and Dell are just some of the companies that are hosting some sort of sale these days, with Dell going as far as labeling its events as “Black Friday in July” and “Cyber Week in July.”

It might not be as hot as Amazon’s Prime Day, but you should still check out Target’s sale, as the company is teasing plenty of deals, across product categories.

Amazon’s Prime Day 2018 sale kicks off on Monday, July 16th, and lasts for 36 hours. Target’s deals will be available on Tuesday, July 17th, according to CNET.

Here’s what you can expect on Target’s no-name, anti-Prime Day day:

Spend $100 on on July 17 and get a free six-month membership for same-day delivery, shopped by Shipt (nearly $50 in savings)

  • 30 percent off Target-exclusive home brands
  • Sale on cookware, small appliances and floorcare
  • 25 percent off beauty and personal care
  • Sale on select top toy brands
  • Spend $20, save $5 on books
  • 30 percent off Target-exclusive kids’ home brands
  • Up to 30 percent off top Google products
  • Up to 30 percent off select baby gear
  • Free shipping on next-day Target Restock delivery orders on July 17

You know what should catch your tech eye immediately? That 30% discount on Google products, because it means you can get cheaper Home speakers and Chromecasts. And you know who won’t run Google deals, don’t you? Hint, it’s that retailer who’s hosting a Prime Day event to sell cheap Echos and Fire products.

On top of that, you should check out Target’s deal section too, which already lists several deals, including an iPhone X and iPhone 8 offer that nets you a free $100 Target gift card with each purchase. The deals will probably be updated by Tuesday, to include Target’s new promos listed above.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.

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