My Electronics Clearance Purchases + Clearance Finds around the Store

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I shopped at Target yesterday, and since Monday is the markdown day for the electronics department I scored some great deals, all at 70% off.   Woot Woot!    Here is what I purchased:

  • (2) 16 pack of AAA Batteries $4.13 (regularly $13.79)
  • Fashion Designer DS Game $8.98 (reg $29.99)
  • Lexar SD Card $4.48 (reg $14.99)

I buy the majority of the video games we own when they are marked down to 70% off.   I will save this one for my daughter’s birthday.

Here are some of the clearance finds I found around the store, these were at the Kent, WA location:

I am still finding lots of electronics items marked down to 70% off. If you store didn’t go 70% off last week, then this week may be the week that the markdown has taken place.

I saw video games at 70% off too.

If you have a Lexmark printer, you will want to check the clearance on the Lexmark printer ink. These are currently at 50% off, but they may go to 70% off next week or the week after (these are marked down on Mondays). If you find them at 70% off, it would be a great time to stock-up, so you won’t have to pay full price later.

There has been a nice selection of bathroom accessories that have been on clearance, and they finally made it to 70% off at my store. There were shower curtains, towel holders, soap dispensers, garbage cans and more.

They really had quite a few different shower curtains, all at 70% off.

In new markdowns, I found lots of markdowns in the accessories department. There were bags, purses, scarves, wallets, and hats. Including lots of the neon items. YIKES! All of these items are currently 30% off, but watch them over the next month and they will go down to 50% off and possibly even 70% off.

Have you picked up any great clearance deals at Target lately?

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