Target Deals at Marc’s Closeout Prices
Like many of my fellow shopper-friends, I have a “Target problem.” You know how it goes: you go in for Just One Thing and come out with a $137 bill.
Really, how is one to pass up that cute chevron shirt for $17.99 or those limited-edition Missoni for Target flats for $34.99 or that wood serving tray on clearance for $9.98? While all fun (and mostly useful) items, still, $137 is $137.
WELL. Let’s talk about Marc’s. As in the grocery store Marc’s. Their closeout section is legendary in Northeast Ohio for great deals….but Target deals at Marc’s? Yes. YES.
If you’re willing to put your pride aside for a bit and have clothing and home accessories in the same cart with your avocados, dog food, and paper towels, then keep reading…you may just come home with a fab Nate Berkus throw pillow for the same price as a latte.
On a recent trip to my local “upscale” Marc’s (the one in North Canton, OBVIOUSLY) I hit the Target jackpot: roughly (you guessed it) $137 of Target finds for about $20.
Here’s what came home with me:
- Threshold oversized koi fish pillow for $4.99, in stores as recent as a month or two ago (see above)
- Threshold stitched fox pillow with a grey/cream plaid on the back, for the boys’ room, also $4.99
- Merona snakeskin skinny belt for $0.25, down from $12.99. A quarter, folks!
- Three black summer basics (you can NEVER have too many black shirts): a ruffle tank with peplum waist ($2.99, and just so happens to need a skinny belt!), ruched tank top ($1.99), and Converse lace-trimmed cami ($2.99).
- AND, a Webster Collection maxi dress for $2.99, down from $49.99. Perfect for summer vacay, and if I only wear it once, no guilt!
- Plus a BUNCH of other items which I kindly left for other shoppers.
Take a look at my finds:
The best part? You can shop completely incognito at Marc’s, unlike my local Target where it’s you and every long lost frenemy. So, if you’re tired of those $100+ bills at Target, pop into Marc’s. You just might come home with some awesome Target treasures.
I love Target closeouts at Marc’s.