Remember back in the day when we could go to the store with $5 bucks and actually get a few things? Or everyone in the car would throw in a few bucks if you would drive and it was enough to get half a tank of gas? It's a shame how times have changed.

We all know inflation is a real thing and there isn't really anything that is going to stop prices from continuing to grow. Luckily, Target is launching a new product with extremely fair pricing to try and offset the higher prices of other products.

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According to Fox Business:

Americans are paying on average $605 more each month compared with the same time two years ago and $1,019 more compared with three years ago, before the inflation crisis began. -Fox Business

The new line called, Dealwothy, will offer a bunch of different items priced as low as $1.00 and most of the items priced UNDER $10.00.


With hopes of rolling these new Dealworthy items out this month, 2025 has more money saving deals in the works as well. Target is looking at adding power cords, undergarments, laundry detergent and dish soap to be introduced through early 2025.

Target believes so much in this new line of products, that they will offer customers who aren't satisfied with the products, a year to exchange or return the item for a refund with the receipt.

I'm a fan of Target already, this is just icing on the cake.

cc: Fox Business, Target

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