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I’m a Target superfan

THERE are endless benefits that come with shopping at Target, but their rain check sales policy is certainly top notch.

Many people may not know about Target’s rain check sales policy, but it’s something everyone should take advantage of.

Target buyers may not be aware of their rain check sales policy

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Target buyers may not be aware of their rain check sales policyPhoto credit: AFP

Ever shopped down the aisles at Target hoping for a great deal?

Most people have these days as Target is a popular chain that sells groceries, clothing, home decor and more.

When you hear about an item you want to list for sale at Target, you may want to get in your car to buy that item right now.

If you take too long, sale items at Target often sell out pretty quickly.

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However, it’s not the end of the world when a sale item isn’t in stock at Target.

All you have to do is let a cashier know what you’re interested in and ask for a rain check.

As soon as the article is back in stores within the next 30 to 45 days, you can redeem this rain check.

This means that you can still buy the item at the sale price, regardless of whether the sale is still ongoing or not.

Sale items are more likely to disappear faster, meaning Target’s decision to allow rain testing is a very big deal.

The Rain Check Sales Policy is incredibly useful for people noticing out of stock sales items

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The Rain Check Sales Policy is incredibly useful for people noticing out of stock sales itemsPhoto credit: Getty

Another great way to save money at Target is to ask about the price match.

Show Target staff an item for sale at a competitor’s store for less and they’ll match the price for you.

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One of the best things about Target is that they even match their own online prices.

If you find an incredible $5 item on Target’s website and see it listed in-store for $5.50, the lower online price will be honored.

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Jessica MacLeish

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