Thursday, September 22, 2016

New at Target: OhJoy! Fall Home Line

Target has rolled out another installment from OhJoy!, just in time for Fall. "Inspired by the moon, the stars and Swan Lake, this collection mixes rose gold accents with jewel and midnight tones,” says Joy. “In preparation of the holiday season, there are entertaining pieces like a barware set, cocktail shaker,serving bowls, serving utensils and cocktails forks. And for cozying up your home, we have swan and moon lights, pillows full of glimmer and a chic side table.”

She adds "I'm especially loving the mini rose gold appetizer forks (shown here) for both hors d’oeuvres and for desserts as well as the serving bowl and utensils for serving up salads, pastas, and other delicious morsels when guests are over.” You can read more here on A Bullseye View.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Your Target store may no longer carry Miracle Whip...

Consumerist reader 'Krystal' went to her local Target store to look for a pretty mundane grocery item: Miracle Whip, the “salad dressing” that many Americans sub in for mayonnaise. Employees told her that Target was no longer selling it at all, so she turned to Consumerist for help, wondering what Target had against Miracle Whip. “Why would they discontinue selling a pantry staple?” she asked.

To find an answer to Krystal’s question, Consumerist contacted Target to find out what was going on, and also checked out local Target stores to search for the creamy spread. The official answer is that the company hasn’t banned the stuff, but your local Target might have Miracle Whip, depending on where you live.

“Target does sell Miracle Whip,” a company spokeswoman told Consumerist by e-mail. “It is most widely available in the Midwest, where the demand is the highest. We are continuously evaluating our assortment based on what we hear from our guests and continue to adjust our offerings store-to-store based on guest demand.”

In other words: in some parts of the country, people really like to make salads based on mayonnaise-like substances. In other parts of the country, they do not. In summary, if you want Miracle Whip and you want to buy it at Target, check the website (for specific store pickup availability) or call ahead.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

New at Target: Re-designed C9 Champion Leggngs

Target has just re-designed their C9 Champion athletic legging assortment into three new styles: Freedom, designed for comfort and built to perform, Embrace, made with Power Core® compression fabric to hold you in, and Flawless, providing maximum coverage and superior shape retention.

The full line boasts moisture-wicking and a wide selection of patterns and colors. They also come in a variety of fits: Curvy Straight, Relaxed, Straight, Flare, Skinny and Tight. Ranging from $24.99 - $39.99, they're available now in Target stores and on Target.com.

Fab Find: Mercury-glass Scented Votives

Remember the pretty mercury-glass votive candles I raved about a year ago? Well they're back in the Dollar Aisle at Target. This time around the scents include Apple Cinnamon, Harvest Sangria, as well as other holiday fragrances.

Monday, September 19, 2016

Deal of the Day: Nate Berkus Brass Vase

Yesterday at Target I nabbed this unique brass vase by Nate Berkus for 70% off! Now sold out online, this triangular-handled vase was regularly $24.99 but marked down to just $7.48. At this price, I'm tempted to go back and buy a couple more of them as gifts.

Fab Find: More Halloween Decor

Target is really killing it this year with the Halloween decor, especially in the Dollar Aisle. Shown here are varied "magic potion" bottles for just $3 each. They also have a "test tube" party favor kit including 4 tubes you can fill with your favorite candy + 4 corresponding gift tags.

Friday, September 16, 2016

Fab Find: Studded Pumpkin

Looking for the perfect blend of punk, goth and Halloween? Then try this gold-studded pumpkin at Target. Just $6 - and available both in stores and online - it also comes in white in addition to black as shown here.