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The Best Deals at Target To Start Your December – GOBankingRates

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The freshly baked holiday treats fill your kitchen. The outside lights twinkle. You hung the stockings by your chimney with care, and the Christmas tree is decorated to perfection. A productive first weekend of December in the books, indeed.

Now, it’s time to finish off that Christmas shopping, and you might head to Target for that. Not a bad idea considering that the store has dozens of gifts for others – and yourself – on special throughout this first full week of December. Target’s 48-page circular, with values that last through Dec. 11, is filled with stuff for the little kids and the teens and adults on your list, as well as items for entertaining your holiday crew.

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And at Target, look beyond the circular for specials. Download the Target Circle app to find the Deal of Day, which can give you big savings off the regular price.

Here are some of the best bargains for the week ending Dec. 11 at Target:

For the Kids


Target has a special on kids’ books this week: buy two, get one free. If you don’t see a title that interests you in store, buy on the store’s website, which has 50 pages of books to peruse. Choose from favorite series, such as “Diary of a Wimpy Kid,” board books for toddlers and everything in between.With more than 23,000 options, you should find books for every child on your list. Remember Target offers free shipping on orders of at least $35.

Toys and Board Games

Select toys and board games also are being offered this week at buy two, get one free – a chance to shop for the little ones and adults alike. The selection includes toys in the L.O.L. Surprise!, Thomas & Friends, Super Mario and Jurassic World collections. And then there’s the board games – the classics such as Monopoly and Clue as well as a newer entry to the genre, We’re Not Really Strangers.

Speaking of Monopoly, here’s a new twist. Did you know there’s a Monopoly Target Edition? It could be a great gift for the Target shoppers on your list, who could make their way around the board with their choice of store-themed tokens, which include Target’s mascot dog, Bullseye, and a shopping cart.

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