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Minnesota's own Target has announced its offering even more ways to save during this year's Deal Days, which are set to start Monday, July 11th.

With inflation the highest it's been in over 40 years (at over 8 percent in May, according to Pew Research), ways to save money have become more important than ever. So when Minnesota's own Target announced that this year's Deal Days are set to happen July 11th - 13th, I took notice.

Deal Days are Target's answer to Amazon's Prime Day, which is set for July 12 and 13th this year. Prime Day (even though it's actually TWO days) started back in 2015, to mark Amazon's 20th anniversary, and featured some pretty good deals on name-brand and businesses. But, of course, Prime Day, was-- and still is-- only for Amazon Prime members.

That's not the case with Target. While you still have to shop online to take advantage of these specials, according to Target, Deal Days is 'designed for everyone, no membership fee required.'

Target also just listed 9 different ways you'll be able to save during this year's Deal Days:

  • Spend $50 on food and beverage, get a $10 Target GiftCard with same-day services
  • Save up to $70 on Apple products
  • Up to 50% off select top tech and headphones
  • 25% off beauty
  • Up to 30% off home items
  • 50% off select apparel and accessories for the family
  • Up to 50% off hundreds of toys
  • Up to 40% off kitchen appliances
  • Up to 35% off floor care products

You can get more information about Amazon Prime Day HERE, and you can read more about Target's Deal Days HERE. Both Target and Amazon are some of the most well-known brands out there these days. But how many of these one-time well-known brands that are now out of business do YOU remember? Keep scrolling to see!

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