10 Things You Should Never Buy at Target

Buying a card at your neighborhood dollar store will save you money—they can range from $4 to $7.

Greeting cards

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Target doesn't have a lot of vegetables in its stores, but you can grab some apples or oranges while you're there.

Produce

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Target is not the only retailer that sells comparable craft items at lower costs. For instance, a rock painting kit from Target costs $14.99

Craft supplies

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Since Target doesn't conduct bulk sales, you may frequently find better discounts elsewhere on larger purchases like dog and cat food.

Pet food

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When purchasing books at Target, budget for paying the full price. Regardless of whether you're reading the newest best-selling factual book or a romance novel.

Books

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Although most sandals aren't made with durability in mind, they're nonetheless really useful for going to the pool or beach.

Sandals

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If you're looking for a decent deal on a huge supply of batteries, Costco is the place to go. Amazon offers off-brand batteries at a lower price than Target.

Batteries

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You should stay away from gift wrap at Target, just like you should from greeting cards. The best place to get deals is at the dollar store.

Body wash

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Compared to most grocers, Target provides a smaller assortment of fresh foods, and few (if any) Target stores have a specialized butcher.

Meat

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Although Target has good Black Friday deals on children's gifts, you're usually better off purchasing at other times of the year.

Toys

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