Everything we know, including early deals you can shop now

Spring has finally sprung, and with it, many sweet savings across a variety of retailers. One of those retailers is the ever-dependable Target, which is revamping and reintroducing its Target Circle rewards program with a bevy of bargains at its new deals event: Target Circle Week.

Target Circle Week is set to kick off Sunday, April 7 and run through Saturday, April 13. It’s sure to help us spring into April with sunny savings on everything from clothing for the whole family, outdoor living favorites, beauty essentials, kitchen appliances and so, so much more. There will be a ton of sales to take advantage of during Target Circle Week, so if you want to streamline your shopping list (and save a whole lot of time), read on to plan ahead and make the most of your bargain hunting. Here’s everything you need to know about Target Circle Week — and then some.

When is Target Circle Week?

Target Circle Week will begin Sunday, April 7, and run through Saturday, April 13. But you don’t have to wait to start shopping markdowns — keep on scrolling to see some of our favorite items that are already on sale at Target.

What is Target Circle?

Back in ye olde days of 2019, Target unveiled Target Circle, its update to the previous Cartwheel customer loyalty program (and app). Since then, Target Circle — a free-to-join membership — has offered a personalized shopping experience to members with tons of exclusive coupons and savings events that have netted over 100 million Target customers millions of dollars of savings per year. Now, Target is “reintroducing” Target Circle with three new membership options for the program. “We’ve prioritized building strong relationships with guests since Target’s inception, and our reimagining of Target Circle continues that commitment,” says Cara Sylvester, executive vice president and chief guest experience officer for Target. “The new Target Circle experience was designed to flex and grow with our guests to deliver more value and ease — no matter how they choose to shop with us — so every visit feels personal, rewarding and made just for you.”

The new Target Circle consists of three tiers of membership: Target Circle, a free-to-join program where all members can access automatic deals at checkout; Target Circle Card, an update to the existing Target Redcard credit card that offers extra savings of 5% off any Target purchase (along with no-rush returns and free 2-day shipping on thousands of items), and Target Circle 360, the new paid membership available to shoppers that offers free same-day delivery from Target’s Shipt service (along with more than 100 retail partners). By paying as little as $49 for the first year (if you’re a Target Circle Cardholder) you’ll access delivery in as little as an hour with no delivery fees, as well as free two-day shipping. The $49 first-year sign-up offer will run from April 7 to May 18.

What is Target Circle Week?

As part of Target Circle’s “reintroduction,” the retailer is launching Target Circle Week, a special rewards event that goes from April 7 to April 13 for all Target Circle members. The event will give shoppers access to a plethora of deals, similar to Amazon Prime Day for Prime users. See below for more discount details!

What will be discounted for Target Circle Week?

There have already been many deals announced for Target Circle Week, including 30% off T-shirts, tanks, shorts and dresses; 30% off outdoor essentials; 20% off all hair, nail and sun care; 30% off select kitchen items and 30% off bedding, bath and more. There are also additional savings to be had after spending — spend $50 on home care products and you’ll receive a $15 Target gift card, or spend $50 at Ulta at Target and receive a $15 Target gift card.

Information on specific brand and product markdowns is soon to come, but we already have a tantalizing taste of the deals in store for Target Circle Week — keep on scrolling for our favorite early deals.

How can I save even more during Target Circle Week?

The best way to save extra during this deal event is to sign up for a Target Circle Card, which will provide a bonus 5% discount to all Target orders from Circle Week to beyond. You can sign up here.

How do I find the best Target Circle Week deals?

Stick with us here at Yahoo Life to stay on top of all the emerging deals at Target Circle Week. We’ll have category experts on deck to keep you up to date on all the marked-down must-haves. We’ll also be comparing prices with other retailers (and delving into price histories), so you can be sure you’re getting actual deals. This coverage will extend throughout all of Target Circle Week, so check back often for updates.

The best Target deals to shop ahead of Target Circle Week

Target Circle Week deals won’t go live until Sunday, April 7. However, Target always has well-priced must-haves. These are the steals you’ll want to check out ahead of the big event.


Ready to rock out on the go? Rugged terrain and inclement weather are no match for JBL’s Clip 4 Bluetooth speaker. The carabiner is integrated into the unit’s surrounding metal band, making this a perfect choice for hiking or camping — it’s even dustproof.

$60 at Target


Want a dependable, durable bag at a superb discount that you can wear everywhere? You found it. We love that this Baggallini is designed with RFID protection, ideal for keeping your identity and cards secure while you travel — the water resistance, range of colors and patterns and multiple pockets help too.

$66 at Target


This two-basket air fryer enables you to cook two different foods (or even meals) at the same time, thanks to the brand’s DualZone technology. Its 6-qt. capacity is ideal for quick fry-ups or small meals, and you can air fry, bake, roast, reheat and dehydrate in both zones.

$150 at Target


This stellar three-piece set is a whopping $270 off when all is said and done. It includes all the bags you’d need for an extended stay — one 20-inch, one 24-inch and one 28-inch bag, all with hard shells, expandable zippers and side-mounted TSA locks. 

$150 at Target


What’s more iconic than a KitchenAid stand mixer? This one comes with 10 different speed settings and three different attachments for whatever you’re mixing: a flat beater, a six-wire whisk and a dough hook. Need to add something? The tilt-back head gives you easy access to the bowl; if you want to add items while it’s mixing, you can use the included pouring shield to avoid stray chocolate chips bouncing right back at you.

$320 at Target


If hiking and trail walks are your preferred method of exercise, you’ll want to add these Reebok sneakers to your Target cart ASAP. The zigzag soles don’t just look cool; they’re specially designed to evenly disperse energy from your heel to your toe. More than 1,000 shoppers have given the pair 4.7 out of 5 stars.

$75 at Target


This workhorse of an air fryer can cook different foods at different temperatures and times thanks to the dual-basket feature, even allowing you to sync the finish time of your foods so you can serve everything together while it’s still steaming hot. Seven different One-Touch cooking functions eliminate the guesswork in prepping your meal, and you can use the Preheat and Turn Food Reminders for even more convenience.

$110 at Target


Stains, even older ones, are no match for this Bissell beast. If you’re finally ready to make your rug or couch look like new again, then snag this cleaning machine while it’s $30 off. One shopper who owns it raved, “I highly recommend this machine… This made my carpet so clean and the steam is hot!! I even used this to clean the grout in my mud room. Incredible little machine and well worth the purchase.”

$200 at Target


Customize your drink-making experience with the Ninja Kitchen System blender, which will whip up nutrient-dense smoothies and creamy, delicious milkshakes alike with equal ease. With five Auto IQ programs — puree, extract, smoothie, frozen, mix/dough — you can enjoy ideal results every time with just the push of a button.

$150 at Target


This Nespresso helps you pull off the ultimate magic trick: Brewing barista-level flavorful coffees and strong espressos that no one will believe actually came from a pod. This set has everything you need to get started, including a starter set of the brand’s best-selling coffees.

$160 at Nespresso


This combo air fryer/toaster oven from Cuisinart is big enough to air-fry foods up to three pounds, toast six slices of bread and bake a four-pound bird or a 12-inch pizza. Plus, it comes with a 60-minute automatic shutoff feature for added safety. It also boasts a nonstick easy-to-clean interior and an adjustable thermostat. 

$120 at Target


Beats Solo3 syncs to just about any smartphone or laptop via Bluetooth, plus they offer up to 40 hours of battery life on a single charge. This means you don’t have to be tethered to your device, but still get a solid stream of music and podcasts for nearly two days. This is also pretty impressive, considering that most wireless headphones tap out after about 30 hours.

$115 at Target


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