Target is less of a store and more of an American cultural staple. The incredible brand is the 8th-largest retailer in the US, having first started out as Goodfellow Dry Goods Company at the turn of the 20th century. After going through several incarnations over the last 120 years, it’s now one of Uncle Sam’s greatest successes as a company worth over $80 billion.
Consumers flock to the stores to pick up everything from cleaning products to art supplies, but is every offer a great buy? It might seem that way on the surface, but in reality, there are good and bad deals to be had in every retail store – so, what should you put in your cart on your next trip, and what should you avoid?