Target Deal on Schick Disposable Razors


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Target Deal on Schick

1 Target Deal – Schick Disposable Razors

 
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Target Deal Alert Dates – Now through 11/30
Product – Schick Disposable Razors
Final Price – As Low As (ALA) $0.33 each; Prices Starting At (PSA) $5.99
Price Reached with – Insert Coupon, Printable Coupons & Target Gift Card

Target Deal Alert Breakdown

Buy 3 Schick Disposable Razors, 3-5ct PSA $5.99 each (reg. prices, may vary)
Use 2 $4/1 Schick or Skintimate Disposable Razors printable coupons
AND Use 1 $4/1 Schick Disposable Razors coupon from 11/24 SS
PLUS Roll 1 $5 Target Gift Card from a previous deal
OOP = ALA 3/$0.97 or just $0.33 each + another $5 Gift Card back!
 




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In 1881, native New Yorker George D. Dayton decides to explore the growing Midwest markets. After several years in banking and real estate, Dayton decides Minneapolis offers the strongest opportunities for growth. He purchases land on Nicollet Avenue and forms the Dayton Dry Goods Company–today, known as Target Corporation.Dayton’s personal principles shapes the new store, including his belief in the “the higher ground of stewardship.” His store soon becomes known for dependable merchandise, fair business practices and a generous spirit of giving. As President, he remains active in the store’s management until his death in 1938. His son and grandsons take over leadership and begin to grow the Dayton Company into a nationwide retailer.In 1902, the Dayton Dry Goods company was created. In 1946, the Dayton Company establishes the practice of giving 5 percent of pretax profits back to the community. In doing so, it becomes the second American company to establish a preset amount of annual giving.

In the months before the first Target store opens its doors in 1962, former Dayton’s Director of Publicity Stewart K. Widdess, is tasked to name and define the new retail store. Widdess and his staff debate more than 200 possible names. In a burst of red-and-white inspiration, they come up with “Target” and immediately envision a classic Bullseye logo. The reasoning behind the choice was, “As a marksman’s goal is to hit the center bulls-eye, the new store would do much the same in terms of retail goods, services, commitment to the community, price, value and overall experience.” Recognizing that busy shoppers don’t always have time to visit several stores in one shopping trip, Target develops the SuperTarget store to provide guests with the convenience of one-stop shopping. The first SuperTarget — which includes a grocery section with fresh produce, dairy, meat — opens in Omaha, Neb., in 1995.

Target continues to be the ultimate one-stop shopping destination by increasing its availability of grocery products at stores in 2003. In 2004, Target introduces the SuperTarget tagline “Eat Well. Pay Less.®” This is our promise to provide a great selection of unique, affordable grocery items as a complement to the hip and fashionable low-priced merchandise for which Target is known.

In 2006, Target became a USDA certified-organic produce retailer, one of the first grocers in the country to do so. To meet these guidelines, the produce is guaranteed to meet USDA organic standards on everything from how it’s grown and transported to how it’s stocked in our stores. Today, the average SuperTarget carries more than 600 organic items.

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