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Target has become a retail giant in the United States boasting it can save shoppers a lot of money. 

GoBankingRates and Time asked savings experts to offer money-saving tips to make your target shopping experience better than ever. 

Below are some of the best tips that were given:

Pick your day

Here’s a schedule good for most Targets:

  • Monday: electronics, accessories, kids’ clothing, books, baby, stationery
  • Tuesday: domestics, women’s clothing, pets, market (food items)
  • Wednesday: men’s clothing, health & beauty, diapers, lawn & garden, furniture
  • Thursday: housewares, lingerie, shoes, toys, sporting goods, decor & luggage
  • Friday: auto, cosmetics, hardware, jewelry

Shop Amazon: Target has a price match guarantee. In most instances Target will match the lower price. 

Check the wall-facing end caps: End caps are the shelves at the end of the aisles and are often filled with marked down items.

Know the clearance codes

Shop for holidays early or late: Holiday items will be cut by 50 percent the day after the holiday. After a week, the products could drop as low as 70 percent. 

Shop early in the week

Stack 'em and save: Target allows shoppers to stack coupons.

Follow Target on Twitter: Target tweets out new deals, new items and free shipping windows.

Used Target's wedding registry: Givers get free shipping on all orders over $25, according to Jeanette Pavini or Coupons.com.

Take advantage of a free gift card promotion: Target will occasionally offer a Target gift card when shoppers buy a certain amount of specific products. 

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