Friends, foes, and everyone in between, we’ve got some breaking news: Target Circle Week, the three-day sales event that’s the retailer’s answer to Amazon Prime Day, is officially here until this Saturday, July 15. Now that the member-exclusive Circle Week sale has commenced, we can let you in on Target’s deals of the moment. To get in on all the goodies, just sign up to be a Circle member. It’s all free, too, so you don’t have to worry about remembering to cancel a free trial.
The deals span categories, from furniture (like 20% off eligible items from Jungalow) to kitchen appliances to floorcare (*coughs* $130 off Dyson vacuums). You’ll find sweet new couches, sleek objects to add a little flair, and everyday essentials if you’re moving into new digs. Believe us when we tell you that these markdowns will hold you over until Black Friday.
Living and Dining Room Deals
We just know you’ve gotten sucked into the furniture section on your weekly Target runs—because we have, too. The retailer has an even wider selection of pieces online, many of which are on sale right now. These pieces span various aesthetic trends, whether you’re looking for something farmhouse chic that would make Joanna Gaines proud, or a more modern, Scandi-inspired table or sofa. If your TV stand or console has seen better days, we found one with a mid-century-inspired design.
Bedroom and Office Deals
Spruce up your sleeping or working space (maybe they’re the same place if you’re an apartment dweller) with these accessibly priced pieces from Target’s deals section. Whether you’re searching for a nightstand to proudly display your “currently reading” stack, a new, tufted headboard that’ll comfortably support you, or an entirely new desk to refresh your workstation, the retailer’s got you covered. We found some cozy blankets as well, because everyone could use one more.
Patio and Outdoor Deals
Trust us: Don’t skip Target’s outdoor furniture section. Take, for example, these design-forward, functional outdoor pieces that will have you sitting pretty at the barbecue all summer long. Some are more than 50% off right now, too. While most compact chair options are too beachy or too granola, Lafuma’s on-sale loungers have a very accommodating wide-mesh seat and a metallic finish.
And if your outdoor furniture set has gotten a little, well, nasty, maybe Target’s sale is the push you need to splurge on a new wooden one from Costway. It features a loveseat, two chairs, and a slatted coffee table, plus removable and washable cushions for ultimate comfort. You’ll find a charming canopy loveseat swing to round out your cart; it has a steel frame, meaning it’s weather- and water-resistant.
Kitchen and Appliance Deals
We give you permission to soup up your kitchen with all the fancy electronics, because so many of them are a part of Target’s Circle Week sale. Most notably, we found a variety of Keurig machines, Ninja systems, coffee makers, and air fryers. Cuisinart’s sleek air fryer-slash-toaster oven is a space-saving must-have for apartment dwellers, and Keurig’s mini coffee machine is nice and small for anyone with little counter space. It comes in a handful of Smeg-esque colors, too.
There are few things more unsettling than walking around barefoot and stepping on crumbs and dirt around your space. The retailer’s vacuum and floorcare deals offer you a very easy solution to your gross floor woes. Whether you’re working with carpet, tile, or hardwood, these machines have you covered. Beyond the stellar Dyson deals (once again, $130! off!), consider investing in a Roomba which takes the “set it and forget” ethos of the Crock Pot to the floor. The robot vacuum can be controlled and scheduled via app, giving you a little more time each day to lounge on the gorgeous couch you spent an entire paycheck on.
Home Decor Deals
Floor plans and furniture might be the bread and butter of your home, but decor and objets d’art are the flaky sea salt, garlic paste, or whatever else you garnish your buttered bread with. That is, they make your home feel like yours. Target has no shortage of decor items to express your style with, from ceramic planters to accent lamps and more. Here are just a handful of the deeply marked-down items we found ahead of Circle Week. You’ll find a citronella and thyme-scented candle, which is housed in a decidedly sleek ceramic vessel, plus a chic basket to keep dog toys, blankets, or anything else in.
How does Target Circle Week work?
During its summer sale on July 9-15, the retailer is, naturally, slashing prices across outdoor and home categories, including decor, outdoor entertaining, and even some furniture. And even ahead of Circle Week, shoppers can snag up to 50% off outdoor furniture and pool accessories, plus markdowns on top household essentials from brands like Dyson, Keurig, and iRobot, not to mention Target’s own Opalhouse and Threshold labels. Between designer collaborations with Studio McGee, Justina Blakeney’s Jungalow, and TikTok star Tabitha Brown, Target is well-known for its stylish and affordable home products.
How does Target Circle Week compare to Amazon Prime Day?
Target now offers a slew of free same-day fulfillment options that rival Amazon’s famous Prime delivery, including same-day services like drive-up, in-store order pickup and same-day delivery with Shipt. Like Amazon, you do need to be a Target Circle member to take advantage of the deals and convenient delivery options. Unlike Amazon, it’s free to join (and you can apply for a Target RedCard if you’d like to save an additional 5% in the store, on Target.com, and through the Target app).