20 Things You Probably Should Always Buy From Target – 24/7 Wall St.
With rising inflation, falling consumer confidence, and a national unemployment rate still above pre-pandemic levels, Americans are entering the 2021 holiday season aware of rising food prices, clothes, new cars and pretty much everything in between.
With all of this in mind, consumers are likely to be more cost conscious than they have been in years, researching in-store and online deals from major retailers nationwide. Minneapolis-based Target, the world’s seventh largest retailer based on 2020 sales, is making the most of the situation and betting its brand exclusivity strategy will help attract customers. (Price and exclusivity aside, these are a few surprisingly good Costco, Walmart, and Target products.)
Target owns 50 brands, including California Roots wines, Good & Gather foods, and children’s clothing brand Cat & Jack, according to its FY2020 report, giving customers low-cost options they can’t find. elsewhere.
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This brand exclusivity strategy seems to be working. Target increased its sales by 19.8% in its last fiscal year compared to 2019, to reach $ 92.4 billion. It has also seen robust growth in its vital online business, doubling its digital sales in 2020, to almost 18%, compared to 2019.
While all big box retail stores have great deals on some items, these are 20 categories you should probably turn to Target for. (On the other hand, here is 29 things you should never buy from Walmart.)
Note that the prices shown are taken from the Target website on October 1 and are subject to change.