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What to expect from the Target 14 Days of Beauty sale

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Target already has competitively priced goods. And most of us don’t need another reason to aimlessly browse its vast red aisles. But it never hurts to snag some deep discounts on fan-favorite beauty brands and products.

When is Target’s 14 Days of Beauty sale?

This special sale usually comes around twice a year, once in the spring and once in the fall.

  • Fall. The sale typically starts in late September, running through the first couple weeks of October. In 2020, the dates were September 27th to October 10th.
  • Spring. It usually happens in the last two weeks of March. Last year, it ran from March 15th to 18th.

How do I shop Target’s 14 Days of Beauty sale?

Target’s offering deals in stores and online. You can also order online and pick up your order in-store for free, or choose curbside pickup in the Target App.

As a bonus, you’ll earn a $10 Target gift card when you spend $30 on eligible items. Target automatically adds your gift card to your cart once you qualify — or will issue one when you check out in-store — to use on your next purchase.

And you can tack on the savings if you have a Target RedCard credit or debit card. Instantly shave 5% off your total when you use your Target credit card.

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What kind of deals to expect

Target is taking 50% off several beauty products each day. Each discount is only good for 24 hours and expires each day at 11:59 p.m. PT. You’ll find savings on skincare, makeup and hair tools from beloved brands including Revlon, Pixi and Physician’s Formula.

Target RedCard members get free shipping on most items with no order minimum. But some products only ship with orders of $35 or more, regardless if you pay with your Target RedCard.

Our take? A $35 order seems to be the sweet spot because it unlocks Target’s free shipping threshold for everyone — no matter the payment method. But you can also skip the minimum order requirement by venturing into a store to snag the deal.

What if I find an item cheaper elsewhere?

Prices can vary by Target store, and often are lower online. But if you do find an item cheaper in a Target store, online or even from another retailer, take advantage of Target’s Price Match policy to get a price adjustment.

Ways to save even more

Try these thrifty hacks to save even more:

  • Scan the entire beauty calendar. Before you shop, plan out your Target runs so you don’t buy something before it goes on sale.
  • Set a reminder on your phone. Since deals on individual products only last one day, set a reminder or alarm to grab it before it’s full price again.
  • Target RedCard. Use your Target credit or debit card to take 5% off your order total.
  • Target Circle. Use Target’s loyalty program to stack the savings. Add an eligible offer in the Target app and scan the barcode on your smartphone at checkout.

Bottom Line

Target is pulling out all the stops for its 14 days of beauty sale. Be sure to check the calendar for goodies you want to snag, because those deals will be gone in a flash.

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