14 things you should buy at Target - and 14 more you should avoid at all costs
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- Some products at Target can be great deals, while others you'd be better off purchasing at other stores.
- We asked retail experts and die-hard Target shoppers to list the best and worst items to buy at Target.
Target holds a place in many shoppers' hearts for its affordability, convenience, and stylish products.
But with so many items under one roof, it can be hard to tell which items are saving you money and which ones you'd be better off buying somewhere else.We asked retail experts and die-hard Target shoppers to weigh in on the best and worst buys at Target. We compiled their answers, along with information from Consumer Reports, below.
Read on to see 14 items you should buy and 14 more you should skip at Target:
Buy: Project 62 candles
Skip: TVs and electronics
Buy: Items from designer collaborations
Skip: Market Pantry coffee
Buy: Intimates by Auden
Skip: Up&Up trash bags
Skip: Craft and party supplies
Buy: Smartly citrus-scented all-purpose cleaner
Skip: Fresh produce
Buy: Smartly unscented facial cleansing wipes
Skip: Baby formula
Buy: Archer Farms trail mix
Skip: Phone accessories
Buy: Cat & Jack children's clothing
Buy: Items from the Hearth & Hand with Magnolia collection
Skip: Gift cards
Buy: Threshold sheets
Skip: Up&Up full sheet paper towels
Buy: SUGARFIX by BaubleBar jewelry
Buy: Discounted holiday items
Skip: Market Pantry salad dressing
Buy: Method cleaning products
Buy: Dollar Spot items