Target kicked off gift card season with a promotion designed to help consumers organize their new stuff, and their old stuff, too.
The theme of Target’s weekly circular closing out 2010 was “Turn Your Giftcards Into Powerful Savings,” but the retailer featured a Storage & Organization promotion as its mainline sales event. Of course, Target kept trying to sell electronics, both hardware and software, to consumers who had gift cards burning in their pockets, but the Storage & Organization promotion also took tech-hungry consumers into account, kicking off the circular’s home furnishings and housewares pages with deals on a Hawthorn and a Bloom Oval TV stand, both by Target Home, priced at $89 and $109 respectively. The retailer complemented feature efforts with deals on Z-Line Remington, Target Home Eclipse and Target Home Damen TV stands.
Additional up-front Target Home bargains included bookcases ranging in price form $59 to $95 and a double storage ottoman priced at $59. Included with them was a Room Essentials storage ottoman for $15.
Other storage discounts included:
- Wreath storages boxes for $6
- Paper shredders/waste baskets for $20 to $40
- A KeepSafe lock box for $40
- A Sterilite file box for $7
- Sterilite storage tubs for $5.99
- Latch storage tubs for $12
- Room Essentials five-tier wire shelf organization for $34.99
- Closet Maid Cubiecals nine-cube organizer for $39.99
- A 36-inch wardrobe and a single-tier garment rack for $14.99
Storage products weren’t the only home goods on promotion. The circular offered humidifier/heaters, ceramic heaters and air purifiers from names such as Honeywell, Lasko and Holmes that ranged in price from $39.99 to $149.99.