One of my Tundra Targets has been reimagined! It’s like a suburban temple, except in a city and open until 11pm. Fantastic. I spent way too much time there tonight, but miraculously, didn’t spend too much money at all – I kept it to my list, under $25, and the only impulse buys were two $1 treats for friends. Buy local, yadda yadda – TARGET!
1.) The store increased in square footage without cost to my ample parking lot. Whew, because it’s actually not all that ample.
2.) With my receipt, the machine printed a $5 off my next coupon of $50 or more. Darn, I guess I’ll just have to go back to Target.
3.) By God’s grace I live in a state where Target is allowed to sell beer; they now have cooler space dedicated to beer so I can buy my beer, cold, at Target.
4.) Target is a store that allows customers to stack manufacturer coupons with store coupons – in addition to having generally low(er) prices. This is fantastic news for my upcoming unemployment. I refuse to compromise on my dental health.
5.) The aisles are wider! Okay, this is going to be one of those times where I try not to be judgmental, but since I’m totally going to fail at that, let’s just leave it at this: not all shoppers are as athletic and adept with a cart as yours truly (me).
ADDENDUM: This did not go up yesterday, when I meant for it to, because I totally fell asleep while writing it. Target totally tuckered me out…or maybe I just need to stop blogging in bed.