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    23 Things You Can Get At Target’s Deal Days Event That Reviewers Love

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    Everybody listen up, Target's Deal Days event is here, and the savings are seriously exciting!

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    From now until June 22nd, Target shoppers can save up to 25% on beauty and personal care, up to 35% on kitchen appliances, and up to 40% on outdoor furniture.  

    Let's take a look at some of the deals that reviewers simply can't stop gushing about!

    1. A Dyson air purifier and fan because if there's one thing the pandemic has taught us, it's to never underestimate the power of a good air filter. You'll be breathing easy and breezy in no time with this handy little device!

    The air purifier

    Promising review: "I leave this running 24/7. I’ve had mine for more than three years and it’s still going strong. I have asthma along with my daughter and we have three cats plus our foster cats. You would never know we have pets in our house if you have pet allergies." —Madison 

    Price: $249.99 (originally $399.99)

    2. A portable external hard drive because physical storage is no longer the only form we need to worry about. This adorable 2 TB portable storage block will erase all those worries (and annoying low storage notifications).


    Promising review: "I’ve had this hard drive for a few years and keep it in a protective case and it still works just as new. It’s super fast and easy to use. I would definitely recommend to anyone looking to buy it." —Target customer

    Price: $59.99 (originally $82.49)

    3. A high-power blow-dryer that you'll be SO thankful for when you remember how much time it takes to get prepped and actually leave the house. Remember leaving the house? well it's starting to be time again, and you certainly don't want to make your post-quarantine debut with damp hair!

    An image of a high-power hair dryer with three programable settings and two drying attachments

    The dryer has three programmable settings and two drying attachments. 

    Promising review: "I am a big fan of this hair dryer! It is so much nicer than the ones I've used in the past. I used to just go in and buy one of the cheapest ones available, but it's amazing what spending an extra $20 will do for your hair. I love the look and feel of it--the matte black is sleek and the rose gold provides a fun little pop of color. I love the placement of the buttons--it is really easy to change the power level or heat without stopping. I was surprised by how quickly this dried my hair. What typically takes me 20 minutes took less than 10, and my hair was shinier and sleeker once it was dried, which made straightening go more quickly, too. You can't go wrong with this! It looks great, works well, and feels sturdy and professional." —Haley

    Price: $23.99 (originally $39.99)

    4. An Apple watch series 6 to keep you connected to all your essentials without having to deal with that feeling of being totally glued to your phone. The walkie talkie feature has me feeling like a kid again in the *best* of ways!


    Promising review: "Great watch! Makes life so much easier with kids and communicating with my husband through the walkie talkie. I went with the 44mm and love the fit." —Etre

    Price: $329.99 (originally $399.99, available in two sizes and in five colors)

    5. A Hyperice Hypervolt GO percussion massage device to help with that one, seemingly impossible ache in your right shoulder blade that flares up whenever you get too stressed with work...what, too specific?

    A model using the massage device

    Promising review: "I really thought I would not like this percussion massager. It is small but mighty! The power that comes from this thing, is enough to compete with the larger models. It comes with two attachments that help to reach every muscle you need to be massaged. The battery is long-lasting and easy to read." —Reggie

    Price: $159.99 (originally $199.99)

    6. A pair of women's sports sandals that look ready to take any adventure you toss their way this summer in stylish strides.


    Promising review: "I liked these way more than I expected to! I wasn't sure if I'd like the T-strap but it looks cute and sporty. They are also way more comfortable than I thought -- probably the most comfortable sandals I've ever worn." —Biscuit

    Price: $19.99 (originally $24.99, available in sizes 5-12 and in four colors)

    7. A Dyson cordless vacuum because lets be honest, hauling that heavy, old, corded vacuum around and searching frantically for an electrical socket in every room you want to clean is the biggest barrier between you and *unbelievably* spotless floors.

    The vacuum cleaning a dirty floor

    Promising review: "I’ve always wanted one and bought one for myself for my birthday. Works so much better than anything else on the market. It’s quiet, powerful, light weight and so easy to empty. I especially love the pivoting head that makes it so easy to vacuum my hardwood floors without having to move any furniture." —Andy

    Price: $249.99 (originally $379.99)

    8. Or! An Ecovacs multi-surface robot vacuum cleaner with app control for if you're ready to give up control of the state of your floors entirely. Let DEEBOT take the wheel from here!

    The robot vacuum

    Promising review: "Well I haven’t vacuumed since I bought the thing, I’ve got a dog who never stops shedding and it does a great job at cleaning! It doesn’t map the house so it does just randomly go around, but the edge setting seems to do a really good job at making sure it’s not just hitting the middle of the floors! It charges itself when the battery gets low although sometimes he has a bit of trouble finding it but he does eventually get there and I’ve yet to have to “force” him home. All in all it’s great, comes with a remote or you can also manually control it with the app! I’d definitely recommend it if you’re tired of sweeping dog hair all the time, and it even picks up leaves and pine needles that get brought in!" —Slee

    Price: $179.99 (originally $279.99)

    9. A pair of Apple AirPod Pros because it's 2021 and it's time to go cordless. Everyone deserves the luxury of tangle-free listening!

    the airpods

    Promising review: "I had been waiting for Apple to do AirPods with more customizable ear fittings and I am so glad I waited. (I have super small ears.) These are comfortable and they stay put really well. I love the noise cancellation mode." —Lauren

    Price: $189.99 (originally $249.99)

    10. A self-sharpening cutlery set that will revolutionize your kitchen experience, regardless of where your cooking skills are at. You'll certainly look *sharp* working with these beauties!

    The knife set on a kitchen counter

    The set includes 3.5-in. parer, 5-in. santoku, 4.5-in. tomato/bagel, 8-in. chef, 8-in. bread, 8 serrated steak knives, kitchen shears, and a wood block!

    Promising review: "I’ve had this set for about 6 months now and love it! I have a family of five that all use and care for these knives daily and they are holding up very well; no rust stains or dull knife issues. Take care of your set and it’ll take care of you! :) Highly recommend!!" —Lauren

    Price: $99.99 (originally $129.99)

    11. A Nutri Ninja Pro blender because in my opinion this summer is *definitely* the summer of smoothies — anyone else a total fiend for a DIY mango-a-go-go?

    the blender with various produce laid out around it

    Promising review: "Love my blender! So much easier to put it in a cup it comes with in the mornings blends fast and well then put on the lid and go! Heavy duty cups and base it’s really nice I’m very Impressed!" —Mikayela 

    Price: $49.99 (originally $69.99)

    12. A vintage-style distressed rug that you just know is the one piece perfect for tying together the ~vibe~ you've been trying to carefully cultivate in your living room.


    Promising review: "I don’t like this rug, I LOVE it. It’s soft and the colors are beautiful. We redid our living room and it’s perfect." —Gina

    Price: $21+ (originally $30+, available in six colors and in four sizes

    13. A non-stick Belgian waffle maker to help your dreams of a luxurious Sunday brunch with no reservation hassle or crowds to compete with become a *truly* delicious reality.

    The non-stick Belgian waffle maker on a kitchen counter

    Promising review: "It is compact which I love but is still larger than a mini. Stainless steel is gorgeous. My 11 year old daughter made me waffles for Mother’s Day and they were a delicious brunch addition." —Target customer 

    Price: $15 (originally $21.99) 

    14. An electric scooter because it's getting harder and harder to find a bird or a lime and I'm frankly hooked on the scootering-around lifestyle. Convenient and carefree fun for all ages!

    The scooter

    Promising review: "This scooter is awesome! I read a few reviews that said it doesn’t go fast and they were disappointed, this scooter does in fact go fast! Faster than the city scooters! It’s perfect for all ages! Worth every penny!" —Jamie

    Price: $199.99 (originally $249.99)

    15. A 28-piece plastic food storage container set to help you on your cooking journey because we all know how tough it is to learn how to adapt a large family-sized recipe into dinner for one! The bright side? Leftovers for days!

    An image of food stored inside a food storage container

    Set includes three 0.5-cups, two 1.25-cups, two 2-cups, two 3-cups, two 5-cups, one 7-cup, one 9-cup, and one 14-cup containers, plus lids; 3-cup, 5-cup, and 7-cup containers have vented lids. 

    Promising review: "If you want your fruit to stay fresher longer you have got to get these. I love fresh fruit but hated how much I would throw away given that I usually wouldn’t be able to eat it all before it goes bad. These containers improve the shelf life by an absurd amount." —Jack

    Price: $21.99 (originally was $29.99)

    16. An Acer 11.6" touchscreen convertible spin 311 chromebook laptop perfect for those who've just decided teleworking is going to stay their new normal, but are also ready to hop on a plane and do said telework from some dreamy, far-away destination.


    Promising review: "The Chromebook is very light weight, convenient for teleworking as my use for it. Giving it's touch screen capabilities is a big help. The use of a wireless mouse does help with right clicking options. Use of a memory card is a huge plus for storage of documents, pictures etc. Still have the USB option for external drives if needed." —Target customer

    Price: $199.99 (originally $299.99)

    17. A rustic outdoor patio conversation set with unmatched bohemian vibes practically made for your perfect summer.

    the blue set in a backyard

    Promising review: "I bought this set in 2020 and it is still holding up nicely. It gives a great pop of color, fits on a small patio very nicely and is easy to clean and maintain. I get lots of compliments on it." —Chicago 

    Price: $320 (originally $400)

    18. A Takeya 32oz stainless steel water bottle because let's face it, your old emotional support water bottle simply isn't cutting it anymore. It's time to step up your hydration game!

    The water bottle in the color coral next to a yoga mat

    Promising review: "Our family's go-to to stay hydrated in humid summers. Doesn't fit in typical car cup holders, but the way it keeps water ice cold makes that a non-issue. Makes for a great durable gift. Comes in a variety of colors to brighten your park visit or daily routine." —Target customer 

    Price: $26.24 (originally $34.99, available in nine colors) 

    19. A dryer brush to create the salon blowout look you love, without any tangles coming to play.

    A heated dryer brush

    Promising review: " Although this looks like a normal round brush hair dryer, it is so much better! First of all, the brush attachment comes off, so you can use it as a normal hair dryer. I love this feature because when I use a round brush, I usually dry my hair about 75%. With this, I don't have to use two different tools. Another great feature is the cool setting. There is a button for cool air, but there is also a setting for cool opposed to just low and high. Compared to my other round brush dryer, this one is much lighter and easier to use!" —cheyennea4303

    Price: $23.99 (originally $39.99)

    20. An eight-cup food processor, which offers three speeds, so you'll never have to whip out those sunnies when it's time to chop some onions.

    An image of a eight-cup food processor

    Promising review: "I love how quiet this thing is. I thought it would be eardrum bustlingly loud, but it’s actually not. It shredded a rock hard block of parmesan with no problem (after I figured out which way to put the block in), and chopped onions and garlic up with no issue at all. I currently have it sitting on the counter and it isn’t an 'eye sore' either." —Sounds great on vinyl

    Price: $40 (originally $69.99)

    21. An Instant Vortex air fryer toaster oven combo to help you finally part ways with that questionably wired old-fashioned toaster you've held onto since college. It's time to say goodbye... and hello to an appliance that roasts, bakes, broils, dehydrates, and air fries all in one conveniently countertop-sized contraption!

    The oven with muffins displayed in front of it

    Promising review: "I was gifted one and I loved it so much I give it as housewarming gifts!! I can make air fried salmon or fish or steak or chicken on one rack and potatoes or asparagus, etc on the bottom rack. I use the basket for steak fries or cubed potatoes or chicken wings. The options are endless. I tossed my basket style air fryer when I got this since it doubles as a toaster oven, extra oven, etc." —Target customer 

    Price: $99.99 (originally $129.99)

    22. A wet and dry beard and hair trimmer, which comes with 19 settings, so you can have the most accurate shave of your life.

    the electric razor

    Promising review: "Purchased this for my hubby after his much loved, much-used trimmer’s girds broke. This seems to be a sturdy, well-made trimmer, and he is hoping for many years of hair trimming bliss with it."—Momma

    Price: $29.99 (originally $49.99)

    23. A Keurig K-mini single serve coffee maker for that perfect, personal-sized cup of joe in the morning. This Keurig personally helped me self-regulate my caffeine intake, so I *cannot* recommend it enough!


    Promising review: "I love this coffee maker! It is perfect for small spaces and is very easy to use. It's also super adorable!" —Kate

    Price: $69.99 (originally $89.99, available in five colors)

    Hopefully you've found something you love just as much as reviewers do, but if you're still searching for that perfect product, make sure to check out the rest of Target's amazing deal days deals! Happy Shopping!

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    The reviews for this post have been edited for length and clarity.

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