Move over Halloween — it’s time to do some Christmas shopping.
Target Corp. proclaim that it will begin holiday sales early this year with the return of its “Target Deal Days” event. The first wave of holiday sales will start Thursday and end Saturday.
Target and national brand items will be sold at discounted prices. There is no membership fee required to participate in the sale, KTLA reports.
The retail company also announced plans to hire 100,000 seasonal employees to help shoppers during the holiday season.
“The holidays are a precious time when our guests gather with family and friends to celebrate the joy of the season, and we’re here to make that as easy as possible for them,” said Christina Hennington, executive vice president and chief executive. growth officer at Target said in a statement.
Target’s Holiday Price Match Guarantee promotion will be extended, beginning Thursday and ending Dec. 24, the company said.
Shoppers can save money by joining Target Circle, the company’s membership program. Target RedCard holders can save an additional 5% on all purchases.
Amazon will start its holiday sale the day after Target’s.
The online retail giant will allow Prime members to purchase discounted items during its two-day holiday sales event. The sale will take place 10-11. October, the company proclaim.
Walmart, meanwhile, said it will expand its Holiday Guarantee return policy. Items, including electronics and Marketplace products purchased after or on October 1 can be returned until January 31, 2023.
Walmart+ members at select locations can return their items by dropping them off in front of them. Members can schedule a return without needing a box or label and a Walmart delivery driver will pick it up.
Details on Walmart’s holiday sales have not yet been released.