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Target holiday clearance 90% off

Posted January 7, 2011

I was shopping in Target today and found that the Target Christmas clearance is at 90% off. There isn't much left but I did pick up a few items including holiday napkins, chocolate balls and candy canes.

There were tons of bags of bows (good for any wrapped package, not just Christmas) and a number of ornament balls at the Garner Target in the White Oak shopping center.

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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 10, 2011

    Yep - just a bit! I thought we needed a bag as well. :-)

  • LAXMom12 Jan 10, 2011

    Faye -- I had to chuckle a little. I think they over-ordered a bit on those M&Ms. :) For 72 cents, I'll enjoy some of it.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 9, 2011

    FYI - Many toys were marked down to 50% off at the Cary Target (Walnut and Tryon) as well. This is a great time to start stocking for birthdays and holiday gifts for the whole year. Once the toys go to 75% off, there are great deals to be had!

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 9, 2011

    I was at the Cary Target today and they still had a TON of those mint M & M's, LAXMom! It's still at 75% off and they have a few ornaments left as well. Not much at all.

  • LAXMom12 Jan 8, 2011

    Target in Cary had a few things 90% off. They still had a bunch of the mint M&Ms that were 75% off or 72 cents each.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 8, 2011

    Thanks pirategirl. That Target usually has more clearance than the white oak location. I didn't have time to venture up that way the other night. The Target at Six Forks usually has a bunch of clearance as well although I have not been this year.

  • pirategirl12 Jan 8, 2011

    The old Target in Garner had a lot more than the one at White Oak yesterday.

  • j3434 Jan 7, 2011

    i got 29 cent 3-pks of mighty beans the other day!!! that's less than 10 cents per bean! they must've been stocking stuffers.