17 Best Target Circle Week Deals (2023): Robot Vacuums, Instant Pots, Stand Mixers

When you love The deals that come with Amazon Prime Day but don’t love Amazon or don’t pay for a Prime membership can enjoy similar discounts at Target. The retailer’s competitive sale is called this year Target Circle Weekruns from July 9th to 15th. Amazon’s Prime Day falls on July 11th and 12th. Nothing beats a free afternoon wandering the aisles of Target picking up random things along the way, but some of these discounts are worth the virtual shopping spree.

★ Note: You need Sign up for Target Circle to view and save the offers. It is Registration is free. you will need Save the offer in your account of the main offer page or on the actual purchase page for a specific item to see the offer price at checkout. The voucher will state if it is valid for in-store delivery only, collection or same day delivery or if shipping is included. We will update this with more offers as the sale progresses.

Updated July 11, 2023: We’ve added a few more home and pet product listings.

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KitchenAid 4.5 liter stand mixer

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the larger 5 liter blender is usually the discounted model at sale events like this, but these appear to be nearly identical except for size. KitchenAid mixers are one of our favorite items to buy for life if you enjoy cooking or baking at home. If you can wait until fall, we usually see these go down in price even a bit more on Black Friday.

We haven’t tried this exact crockpot model, but we’ve happily used others of this brand. A lot of people have gone the Instant Pot route, but I’m still a slow cooker girl. There’s nothing quite like the smell of a meal that’s been cooking all day. This should be enough to feed a family of seven. There is a pretty one sage green version for $30 ($20 off) as well as.

The Dyson V8 Origin sells for $350 on average, and that too has At previous Black Friday sales events, it was priced at just $250. Still, this is a lower price point than you’d typically see, and if you can’t wait, it’s a solid vacuum. It’s a stripped down version of our budget Dyson picks, and you can read more about it in our guide to the best Dyson vacuums.

This Roborock isn’t in our Best Robot Vacuum Cleaners guide yet, but WIRED editor Adrienne So says it’s thorough, quick, and has good attribution. She points out that you need to program the unit to vacuum first before mopping, otherwise it will soak your floors. The docking station empties the dirt basket and cleans and dries the mop.

This offer is valid for in-store delivery, collection or same day delivery only. Last year the reward was only $10, so that’s a nice $5 upgrade. It’s pretty easy to spend $50 on household products, especially when you have needs for supplies like… toilet paper And laundry detergent. Can also throw one scrub daddy also inside.

Litter Genius

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This price is for in-store delivery, collection and same day delivery only. If you have a cat, a Litter Genie is a lifesaver. Scoop clumps into the top compartment, then open a hatch to drop the clumps to the bottom, where they will remain odor-free for about two weeks, or until you empty the compartment. No more daily trips to the garbage! You must commit to the purchase refill pouchalthough.

Some pet toys and accessories that we like are also discounted, such as: SmartyKat Karrot Kicker cat toy and the Boots & Barkley Cat Wave Scratcher. However, as these are in-store offers only, some offers are misleading. The scratch treeFor example, it states that the discount is included in the 20 percent but is not sold in stores. So when you checkout, the discount won’t count towards your total.

WIRED reviewer Nena Farrell says this is her favorite overall after testing a range of strollers for an upcoming guide. It has the benefits of a jogging stroller with great suspension and nice wheels, but still folds flat (though it won’t stand on its own when folded). Plus, it’s slim enough to use for city strolls and shopping. For the money it’s already one of the best strollers on the market, so the extra discount, albeit small, is a welcome offer.

Keurigs aren’t our favorite coffeemakers, but they’re not bad for quick cups. This is often discounted. It’s super slim so it doesn’t take up much space if you have a small kitchen or need something for your desk. It is also available in beautiful colors. If you want bigger Keurigs, then these Classic is $110 ($30 off)and the K-Duo, which has a drip-full coffee pot attached, is $140 ($50 discount).

People love instant pots. There are countless models, and while we tend to prefer the Pro models, this 6-litre model has nine functions, including roasting, steaming and frying. This package also includes a silicone egg stand, a stainless steel steam stand and an extra sealing ring.

Beats Fit Pro wireless earphones

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The Beats Fit Pro (9/10, WIRED recommends) gets the title of Top Earbuds. They’re comfortable, sound great, and despite being an Apple brand, they integrate seamlessly with iOS and Android phones. However, if you have an iPhone, these work like Airpods, so you don’t need to download a separate app to control them, and they have a few extra features. They also come in great colors like purple, pink, and neon yellow. We’re done with the plain white buds!

All sizes and versions of the Apple Watch SE (8/10, WIRED recommends) are currently $30 off. If you don’t need all the fancy features of the pricier Apple Watch Series 8 (also on offer), then the Apple Watch SE will do for you. It still includes features like fall detection, but skips the always-on display and a few other health features. Check out our guide to the best Apple Watch for more information.

If you want a great remote control with Google Assistant built-in and the ability to easily stream from your phone, try Chromecast with Google TV (8/10, WIRED recommends). It has a wide range of apps and can search for a show or movie across all your streaming platforms at once, making it quick and easy to find what you want to watch.

Smart metal electric toothbrush from Quip

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One thing is true about Target trips: I always end up carrying a lot of beauty products that I didn’t commit to. If you have this problem too, rejoice in the $10 back you get when you spend $40 on select health and beauty products. I recommend Hero Cosmetics Mighty PatchIn my opinion the best pimple plasters ever, Elf’s cult favourite Power Grip PrimerAnd Miss Jessie hair products. Target now has one Ulta Section Even if these high-end items are not included in this offer, some of them have their own discounts.

Quip electric toothbrushes are powerful brushes with a thin neck that moves easily in the mouth. They’re affordable without the frills of some other more expensive models. This offering is a smart brush with a metal handle that tracks your cleaning habits – there are brushes that are made of plastic also reduced to $40 ($10 off).

Deals on toys, books and entertainment

Barbie Brooklyn hair play set

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Barbie never leaves, but she’s spending a moment in Greta Gerwig’s upcoming movie. Most Barbie items are discounted (but not all). Some current highlights are the Brooklyn Hair play set which comes with hair extensions, clips, beads and a bonnet for sleeping. For children who like to be outdoors, there are Stacie summer camp playset This includes a tent, a kayak and even a marshmallow to toast. Both are reduced to $27 ($7 off).

Continuing the success of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen OrderThe Jedi: Survivor continues the journey of Cal Kestis and BD-1, his cute little droid. Available for the PS5 and Xbox Series X, this offer is the physical version of the game.

Super Mario Odyssey

Courtesy of Nintendo

do you have a switch You have a chance to fill your gaming library with some excellent Mario games for $30 off. The four Mario titles participating in this promotion are New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe, Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury, Super Mario OdysseyAnd super mario party.

I love physical books, especially paperbacks. This offer includes adults and young adult Books, excluding things that are already on sale. I was in a Grady Hendrix phase and flew through My best friend’s exorcism, The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Killing VampiresAnd Last support group for girls.

I’m a big fan of game nights and always have a ton of opportunities. classic like Note for $22 And Battleship for $17 are low key but still fun, but you can use them to test your detective skills Hunt a Killer games for $30or your strategy agrees with Catan for $48.

Sales Pages for Retailers

Every retailer runs some type of sale to compete with Amazon. Here are their sales pages if you want to browse the deals for yourself.

Zack Zwiezen

Zack Zwiezen is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Zack Zwiezen joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing zackzwiezen@ustimespost.com.

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