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#1 Brad  OFFLINE  

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Posted Mar 31, 2009 - 1:54 pm

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As many of you know, Target B&M stores are known for their terrific clearance deals. This thread is for GottaDeal.com forum members to share their latest clearance finds. Also, please keep non-clearance discussion to a minimum - there are other threads for discussing weekly sale ads and store policy. This first post will contain some background information on the wonderful world of Target clearance, otherwise known around here as Perimeter Perusing!

You may have noticed that although the sticker price (the red-orange clearance sticker) show one price, many times the items will actually scan for a lesser amount. You can use this to your advantage because many shoppers without the benefit of being GottaDeal members do not realize this and pass the item by, thinking the sticker price is the actual price. Also, many times an item is not marked clearance in any way but still may be on clearance, so if you have an item that you would consider buying if it was on clearance, we suggest you take it to the nearest scanner and check the price that comes up. This is especially true of items which other members have reported being on clearance at their local store.

The standard clearance pattern at Target usually begins by items being marked down 15% or 30% at the beginning. This price can last somewhere between two weeks to a month, depending on how well the item sells at this price and what department the item is from. Then the item typically drops to 50%, again for anywhere from two weeks to a month in most cases. Generally, the lowest an item will be marked down is 75% off, with a few exceptions.

Items considered 'holiday' or 'seasonal' items have been known to go as low as 90%, and you will find a few occasional display items or things found in the stockroom after inventory discounted in the 80%-90% range. In many cases, the lowest price an item will go will usually end in $x.x4 or $x.x8, but this is not always the case for 100% of items, so take that into consideration.

A typical markdown schedule for the seasonal or holiday clearance is as follows:

Posted Image Traditional Post-Holiday Target Clearance Schedule

50% off - marked down on the day after the holiday, usually lasts for three days
75% off - marked down on the fourth day after the holiday, usually lasts for three days
90% off - marked down on the seventh day after the holiday, usually lasts for 1-3 days

Other than Christmas, this is usually the schedule used for post-holiday clearance, including Valentine's Day, Easter, Summerville, and Halloween, for at least the last few years.

The holiday mark-down does seem to fluctuate from store to store on occasion, but to help demonstrate how the holiday clearance has gone in 2008 and 2009, here is the Decatur, AL clearance dates for Valentine's Day and Halloween, courtesy of Timswife81404:

Valentine's 08
Feb. 15th, 2008 = 50%
Feb. 18th, 2008 = 75%
Feb. 20th, 2008 = 90%
Valentine’s 09
Feb. 15th, 2009 = 50%
Feb. 17th, 2009 = 75% (red dot dollar spot too)
Feb. 21st, 2009 = 90%

Halloween 08
Nov. 1st, 2008 = 50%
Nov. 4th, 2008 = 75%
Nov. 8th, 2008 = 90%
Halloween 09
Nov. 1st, 2009 = 50%
Nov. 3rd, 2009 = 75%
Nov. 7th, 2009 = 90%

Target initiated a controversial new return policy in November 2002 that says any seasonal clearance items returned will be refunded at the current clearance price, even with a receipt showing a higher purchase price. They updated the policy in April 2003 to specify these items as Christmas trees and decorations and Halloween costumes and decorations. Other seasonal merchandise should still be refunded at the price stated on the reciept.

Christmas clearance is an animal all to itself. The dates appear to be as follows:
50% off - always December 26,lasts four to five days
75% off - within a day or two on either side of New Year's Eve/Day (12/31-01/01)
90% off - within a day or two of Epiphany (01/06)

The Decatur, AL markdown schedule for Christmas in 2007, 2008 and 2009 was as follows:

Christmas 07
Dec. 26th, 2007 = 50%
Dec. 31st, 2007 = 75%
Jan. 4th, 2007 = 90%
Christmas 08
Dec. 26th, 2008 = 50%
Dec. 30th, 2008 = 75%
Jan. 6th, 2009 = 90%
Jan. 2nd, 2009 = 75% Dollar Spot Christmas (black dot)
Christmas 09
Dec. 26th, 2009 = 50%
Dec. 31st, 2009 = 75% (black dollar spot too)
Jan. 5th, 2010 = 90%

Twice a year, Target has a major clearance on toys. Once in January and again in the summer.

Here are the dates for the January toy clearance in Decatur, AL:

Toys 08
Jan. 10th, 2008 = 75%
Toys 09
Jan. 15th, 2009 = 75% on MOST toys some still 30-50%
Jan. 29th, 2009 = 75% on remaining toys
Toys 10
Jan. 15th, 2010 = 75% (Friday)

Other departments have an annual major clearance. Dates will be posted here as they become known.

Baby 09
Jan. 19th, 2009 = 75% on MOST already clearanced
Jan. 26th, 2009 = 75% on remaining clearance

Target is one of the few stores where many (although not all) of the cashiers have the ability to bargain when an item doesn't scan with a price. There are times when an item will scan as 'clearance + tax' - be happy in these situations instead of groaning. Sometimes the cashier can do a price override to find the most recent lowest price, but sometimes if you say "I'll take it for (whatever 75% off the marked retail price would be)" they'll just key that in. It's always worth a shot.

The same thing applies for an item that scans 'NOF' (Not On File). This means the item is so old that it is completely out of the computer inventory system. Again, a good suggestion is to try offering the 75% off the retail price, but if necessary a price can usually be looked up at the Guest Services Desk. However, if an item has gone 'salvage,' this may backfire on you. In this instance Target marks the item back up to full retail value before pulling it from the shelves and donating it to a charity such as Goodwill or the Salvation Army for a tax write off. This is one of the reasons how Target can claim to donate so much to charity.

The markdown teams in each many stores have been known to keep to a standardized schedule, but there are stores that have different ones, so your experience many vary. For those who do follow the standard schedule, the departmental markdown days are:

Posted Image Traditional Department Mark Down Schedule

Monday - Electronics, Kids' Clothing, Stationery, Cards, Gift wrap
Tuesday - Domestics, Women's Clothing, Pets, Market Pantry
Wednesday - Men's Clothing, Toys, Health and Beauty, Lawn & Garden
Thursday - Housewares, Lingerie, Shoes, Sporting Goods, Movies, Music, Books, Decor, Luggage
Friday - Automotive, Cosmetics, Hardware, Jewelry

Note that while this schedule says nothing about weekend markdowns, many Perimeter Perusers on the forum have seen items change in price between a Saturday morning shopping trip and one done on a Sunday afternoon. But nobody has found any rhyme or reason to what gets marked down on those days though - another part of the fun.

Target does not have a layaway plan, but die-hard Perimeter Perusers have tried various methods of getting around this. Most are constantly debated on the forum as far as being 'ethical' or not, so we'll leave it for you to decide for yourself. Just don't be surprised to find some differing opinions if you bring it up in this thread.

When an item goes 50% off and there are several left, some posters have said they find a hiding place to put the item. They then go back to see if the item is still there several weeks later, and if so, scan it to see if it has dropped in price. Some common hiding places shared are in the middle of a round clothes rack, where all of the clothes hide the item, about a third of the way off the floor of a stack of pillows or behind similar items, perhaps with newer packaging, on the proper shelf.

Sometimes, when items are getting scarce at 50% off, posters will buy them at that price and hold on to the receipt. If they find the item later at 75% or 90% off, they will buy the item again, remove any clearance stickers that show the lower price and return the item at another time with the older, higher priced receipt, as long as it is within the 90-day return period.

While not technically a clearance topic, in this thread, you may see reference to MM Juice or MM packs. These refer to 10 packs of Minute Maid juice boxes that can generally be bought for $.69. They are found in the juice aisle mixed in with the 15 packs. This usually includes only the Grape, Apple & Fruit Punch flavors -- never Orange Juice. They look exactly like the 15 packs which are generally stocked on the shelf, but instead of having 3 rows of 5 boxes, there are only 2 rows. They are often mixed in with the others, and even hidden in the back behind the 15 packs. You may go months or longer before you find your first set, but they really do exist. They are not an urban legend. And most of us can attest that you'll do a little dance in the aisle when you find them the first time.

Posted Image Helpful Target Clearance-Related Links

Target Store Locator
Target Coupon Generator
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Target Clearance Locator

#2 Brad  OFFLINE  

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Posted Jun 30, 2011 - 7:34 am

This quarter's thread continues the PerimeterPerusing.com summary feature. Each quarter, PerimeterPerusing.com will contain a summary of clearance finds for the current quarter. It will only include items posted using the proper format, so please read below to find out how to make sure your clearance finds are included.

The list for the current quarter will be updated periodically (usually hourly) by an automated script. The script will go through the thread looking for lines which are labeled as being clearance finds and add them to the summary.

Again, when you want to add an item to the summary, include it in your post and prefix the line by adding three consecutive # symbols. Your post can also contain non-item lines, just don't use the three # symbols for those lines. The more information you have about each item, the better. Just keep each item on it's own single line so you don't confuse the script.

Here is a sample of what a post might look like:

went to my local Target this morning. here are my finds:

###087-06-1079 - Indiana Jones Mr. Potato Head - $3.74
###204-03-2795 - Thomas the Train Playset - $19.98
###50% off select scrapbooking supplies

more comments here if needed. blah blah blah.


If you don't have any items listed, your post will be skipped over by the script.

One more time, please keep all discussion in this thread related to Target Clearance deals only. Discussion about weekly ad items or store policy belong in other threads.

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Posted Jan 1, 2012 - 9:16 am

###091-13-0003 - Queen Size Double High Aerobed Air Mattress - $29.98 was $99.99

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Posted Jan 1, 2012 - 9:52 am

The Cookies I purchased ( which were all in the same Aisle and there were at least 20+ same kind)- Scanned 2.50--- Orig. 3.09-- saved .59 cents)- Not even close to 30%-- so can you imagine how much Target made on all those unexpecting people??? Forgot to tell you when I called LD( my closest target is 25 miles away)- and asked for Mgr.- They asked me who was calling etc.- and I asked them their name and they wouldnt tell me ....I asked who the mgr was on duty at that time- and they wouldnt tell me that either.....UNTIL- I insisted I know who I was speaking to. This Target changes Policies all the time... when its convenient for them- Again thanks for listening and who Do I contact in regards to all the mispricing signs....happens on a regular basis here. The Store is in 44870 zip.

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Posted Jan 1, 2012 - 10:02 am

I think the cookies were on a normal sale at $2.50? I bet even non-holiday flavors would have scanned the same...

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Posted Jan 1, 2012 - 10:05 am

###085-06-0031 - Black and Decker 18v cordless drill/driver - $10.48 Found this yesterday. It was marked $24.98 clearance price. I scanned it and it rang up at $10.48. Comes with drill bits, nut drivers, and screwdriver bits. This must have been a Christmas promo item as there are other 18v ones that cost more. Now I have my own cordless screwdriver and do not have to rely on finding my husbands'!

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Posted Jan 1, 2012 - 10:24 am

The Cookies I purchased ( which were all in the same Aisle and there were at least 20+ same kind)- Scanned 2.50--- Orig. 3.09-- saved .59 cents)- Not even close to 30%-- so can you imagine how much Target made on all those unexpecting people??? Forgot to tell you when I called LD( my closest target is 25 miles away)- and asked for Mgr.- They asked me who was calling etc.- and I asked them their name and they wouldnt tell me ....I asked who the mgr was on duty at t need tohat time- and they wouldnt tell me that either.....UNTIL- I insisted I know who I was speaking to. This Target changes Policies all the time... when its convenient for them- Again thanks for listening and who Do I contact in regards to all the mispricing signs....happens on a regular basis here. The Store is in 44870 zip.

You need to research who enforces scanner pricing in that county. Most places it is weights and measures, so google that and the county and state name.

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Posted Jan 1, 2012 - 10:29 am

Has anyone been to Target today to see if they are indeed 90% off. I thought the stores that went 70% on Friday were due to go 90% today? Selena

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Posted Jan 1, 2012 - 11:19 am

My store is still 70%. Went to not my usual store today and finally found the paper towels!!! I was so excited. Only two packs though.

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Posted Jan 1, 2012 - 11:30 am

Has anyone been to Target today to see if they are indeed 90% off. I thought the stores that went 70% on Friday were due to go 90% today?

Selena


I figure they'll wait till tomorrow. They often do when it falls on a weekend to allow max traffic to buy at 70%. Maximally bad timing this year since the kids are out of school, and the Rose Parade makes getting around difficult tomorrow. Messes up all my shopping plans since we have plans every day. Oh well.

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Posted Jan 1, 2012 - 11:56 am

In the past, it would usually stay at 50% for 4-5 days, then be at 70% (75% in the past) for 4-5 days before going to 90%. So 90% usually ended up on Jan 4 or 5. Christmas clearance seems to drag out longer than other holidays. A few posts back someone posted the dates they kept from several years past and that was the pattern. Of course, every time I think I have it figured out, it changes, so who knows what it will be like this year. I know there sure isn't much stuff at either of my stores already.

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Posted Jan 1, 2012 - 12:23 pm

The more you shop target's holiday clearance, the more you realize that those aisles are a freaking mess during those periods. Stuff gets put where it shouldn't. They should be more careful, yes. But especially when it comes to food stuff, scanning first will save a lot of aggravation. Arguing with the checkout person may get you somewhere, but is the argument over a box of cookies really worth it? Maybe it is. If you have shopped Target's holiday clearance times for a while, you know that items are placed where they shouldn't be. I guess if you haven't shopped those sales for very long, then it can be much more aggravating.

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Posted Jan 1, 2012 - 12:24 pm

In the past, it would usually stay at 50% for 4-5 days, then be at 70% (75% in the past) for 4-5 days before going to 90%. So 90% usually ended up on Jan 4 or 5. Christmas clearance seems to drag out longer than other holidays. A few posts back someone posted the dates they kept from several years past and that was the pattern. Of course, every time I think I have it figured out, it changes, so who knows what it will be like this year. I know there sure isn't much stuff at either of my stores already.


Interesting. Here in SoCal there is still a ton left at all our stores. I'd be happy to have it stay 70% for a few more days so I can get in on 90% later in the week.

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Posted Jan 1, 2012 - 1:03 pm

Has anyone found Nick & Nora PJs clearanced this year? Last year I recall that only a couple of the patterns were clearanced with the Christmas stuff and the rest followed the traditional markdown. I forgot to look yesterday.

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Posted Jan 1, 2012 - 1:26 pm

Stuff gets put where it shouldn't. They should be more careful, yes. But especially when it comes to food stuff, scanning first will save a lot of aggravation. Arguing with the checkout person may get you somewhere, but is the argument over a box of cookies really worth it? Maybe it is.


I scored some goldfish today..I didn't even know what I was looking for but Santa fishy was staring me in the face I figured it was worth a scan. My stores also had pringles and ritz in holiday packaging but not ringing up as part of clearance. It made me laugh since they didn't clearance out some reese's peanut butter halloween no bake kits and those bats are still on store shelves now. On the other hand, I found lots of hickory farms sausages, a few cheeses, the knots berry jams, planters nut mixes and the archway cookies all 70% off. Then there was a holiday packaged pack of popcorn stuff that rang through at full price and got returned this morning. I only wanted the butter and seasoning thing not worth 12.99 :P

I agree it's easier to scan everything and know where you stand when you get to checkouts. I did this and forgot anyways yesterday so had to go back and get a price adjustment on a pair of blackout liners. Guy at CS couldn't figure out how they'd been sold to me. He said he shouldn't be selling me them but did so anyways. They rung up for him 24.99 which is regular price but on my receipt yesterday they came up 22.49 and tag showed repackaging discount down to 17.99.

I lucked out with CS guy today as he mentioned to lady ahead of me she could repurchase stuff cheaper if she wanted so I took advantage and did the same with a few things too.

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Posted Jan 1, 2012 - 4:16 pm

When do we anticipate the toy clearance will be? the 12th or the 19th?

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Posted Jan 1, 2012 - 6:27 pm

Honestly, I know it stinks that you were under the impression they were 50 off, but it really seems that the food is being marked differently than the rest. But some food gift sets did go to 70 off. It is confusing, which apparently so was the worker. I am not sure if this really warrants a call to corporate. You asked, which was acceptable, to honor the sign, they said no. Hopefully you can find more when they really get marked down.


I always have problems with Target pricing. Hardly any of the sales prices ring up correctly. Once I purchased a pair of shoes for my son - clearance sign for $4.99 right under the shoes. They rang up $24.99; cashier called a magr to check and said the sign was wrong and didn't honor the price. I love Target, but I always have to scan prices - don't trust any of the sale signs.

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Posted Jan 1, 2012 - 6:35 pm

When do we anticipate the toy clearance will be? the 12th or the 19th?


I'm going to guess it will be the 12th. I just looked at last year and it went on the 13th. Financially, I am hoping for the 19th! lol
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Posted Jan 1, 2012 - 6:54 pm

Does anyone remember when camping starts to get marked down? TIA!

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Posted Jan 1, 2012 - 7:23 pm

I'm going to guess it will be the 12th. I just looked at last year and it went on the 13th. Financially, I am hoping for the 19th! lol


thanks! And I know what you mean. Payday is the 15th...

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Posted Jan 2, 2012 - 5:46 am

Anyone seen 90% this morning? Anyone, anyone? ...this suspense always gets to me.....

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Posted Jan 2, 2012 - 5:53 am

Anyone seen 90% this morning? Anyone, anyone? ...this suspense always gets to me.....

and me but I finally slept in a bit and am washing cars.

Anyone know if Target can reprint a receipt from their cc if you know day of purchase? lost a 50% off receipt:(

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Posted Jan 2, 2012 - 5:58 am

and me but I finally slept in a bit and am washing cars.

Anyone know if Target can reprint a receipt from their cc if you know day of purchase? lost a 50% off receipt:(


I dont think reprint, but if u want to return an item they can do receipt look up on any card!

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Posted Jan 2, 2012 - 6:53 am

70% still in Mass! They put it all on the back wall! Toy section was being reset and the toy clearance being moved all together.

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Posted Jan 2, 2012 - 8:49 am

Has anyone see the dove or axe gift packages that are in the health section down to 75% yet? Would it be today maybe?

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Posted Jan 2, 2012 - 11:37 am

axe gifts sets only 15% off here. most is 70%, DD coffee is 50%. not much left and I wouldnt dare go to the register with anything without scanning it. These clearances are always a disaster with peeps discarding items randomly. :)

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Posted Jan 2, 2012 - 1:24 pm

Marlton, NJ --- Paper towels, soft soap and several other items by the case... Emptying stock room 70% off....

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Posted Jan 2, 2012 - 5:29 pm

Has anyone found Nick & Nora PJs clearanced this year? Last year I recall that only a couple of the patterns were clearanced with the Christmas stuff and the rest followed the traditional markdown. I forgot to look yesterday.

No, I have not seen anything that is ringing with Xmas clearance. Everything I have scanned is all properly tagged with the regular clearance (30% or 50% off at the moment, mostly 30% off here). I scanned a lot of stuff. There are no N&N PJs for infants/toddlers this year in any of my stores. The kids ones were all following the regular clearance, and I must had scanned some 20 different types of PJs from cotton, to fleece, to flannel, to christmas patterns and non-christmas patterns in the women's section. Everything was regular clearance or regular price. :( Anyone else had better luck?

I also have been reading a lot of rumors about no 90% off anymore... anyone else have any info on that?

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Posted Jan 2, 2012 - 6:08 pm

I don't believe the "no 90%" rumors. Halloween went to 90% off...I think that people ask employees and those employees either don't know or they don't want to tell people that there will be a better price in 2 days, so they say "no...this is as low as it's going." But I will believe it when I see it.

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Posted Jan 2, 2012 - 6:23 pm

I don't believe the "no 90%" rumors. Halloween went to 90% off...I think that people ask employees and those employees either don't know or they don't want to tell people that there will be a better price in 2 days, so they say "no...this is as low as it's going." But I will believe it when I see it.


Totally agree. I have been hearing ppl on here say "no more 90%" for every holiday for yrs now, and yet 90% always comes!




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