We’re still working on officially confirming Target’s Labor Day 2023 sale details. But because the sales are usually pretty similar from year to year, you can scroll down the page to view last year’s featured specials, ad scan and terms to get a general idea of what’s likely to come. You can also check out their Black Friday page to see if the bargains are typically better now or during the holidays.
As always, we’ll post Target’s Labor Day weekend deals as soon as we know more. Be sure to check back periodically for the latest updates or signup to our newsletter to stay informed. Good luck and happy bargain hunting!
You’ll find all of Target’s current offers and coupons listed below, all of which are updated daily. It’s always a good idea to check out what’s available today before heading out to shop.
Last Year’s Labor Day Ad
Updated on Monday August 29, 2022: Labor Day weekend begins in a few days but Target’s big Labor Day “Summer Sendoff” sale kicks off now, online-only at target.com. Here are some of year’s featured deals:
- Up to 30% off select patio furniture and accessories.
- Up to 50% off bedding basics.
- Up to 40% off speakers and headphones.
- Up to 30% off select kitchen and dining items.
- Up to 30% off TV and home theater items.
- Up to 30% off laptops, tablets and calculators.
- BOGO 50% off kids’ books.
- Free $20 Target Giftcard when you spend $100 on select diapers, wipes, training pants and toiletries with same-day delivery or pickup.
As always, some exclusions may apply so be sure to visit Target’s website for official terms and conditions. Good luck and happy bargain hunting — See you back in November for Target’s Black Friday sale and then in late-May for their Memorial Day sale. Those of you that are joined to our newsletter will be the first to know one their major holiday ads are released.
To get a better idea of the types of deals Target typically runs over Labor Day weekend you can view the last few years of ad history by following the links below.
What will you be looking to buy at Target this Labor Day weekend? Let us know in the comments below.