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Target Pricing Policy

January 8th, 2007 at 05:06 pm

For you jolly good time Target shoppers, here's a fun tip regarding the pricing for Target clearance items (you know, the ones hiding at the ends of shelves):

- Target's full prices end in 9. So the first price tag will be $14.99 or $27.99, something like that. Then, every time Target discounts the product, the final digit of the price drops. The lowest the last digit will drop is 4. If you see something you want at Target and the price ends in 4, buy it. The price won't go any lower. (credit: http://consumerist.com)

From personal observation, can't confirm if that's true. Also, the cynical part of me is thinking, "Hmmm, ok full price is $9.99, first sale price is $9.98, next sale price is $9.97, then $9.96...." (just kidding, Target, we know you are capable of better discount slashing than that)

Anyway, thought this might be helpful for those of you who might sometimes be on the fence about buying something from Target....if the price ends in 4 then that's as low as it'll go. But, of course, the best savings advice would be to not buy the item!

1 Responses to “Target Pricing Policy”

  1. jen-taylor Says:

    i read it here as well.

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