Baby And Kid Deals at Target [11/25 to 12/1]

Thanks again to Christy at must-read site for contributing this weekly rundown of the best baby and kid-related deals at Target. Check back next Tuesday for a new one.


There still seems to be a great selection of clearance clothing in both the infant and toddler department. I also noticed quite a few character underpants have been recently marked down to 30% off, these were priced at $3.48.

I don’t know about you, but at this time of year, I sometimes find it easier to do my shopping online. Here are some of the great clothing deals I spotted online:


There are quite a few great clearance deals on shoes at, here are just a couple of the great deals:

Booster Seats

The Colorz Booster seats finally made it to 70% off at my store, these booster seats were marked down to $5.04.

That is a screamin’ deal for a booster seat. If you have a child that isn’t quite into a booster seat, I would pick one of these up now so you will have one when they do reach that age.

I save a ton of money by purchasing items before I need them, and this $5 booster seat is a great example.


There is a great deal on Juicy Juice Fruitiful Drink boxes, they are buy 2, get 1 free and there are also $1 off coupons, which mean you will end up paying only $ .99 for a pack of juice boxes.

  • Juicy Juice Fruitifuls $2.49 ~ Buy 3
  • Get 1 FREE when you buy 2 (-$2.49)
  • (2) $1/1 printable coupon
  • Final Price = $ .99 each

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See this week’s Top Diaper and Formula Deals of the Week post for more deals at Target.

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  1. Martha says:

    It seems like only the booster seat cover is $5. Thanks for sending me on a 45 min wild goose chase

  2. Megan says:

    Buying child safety seats ahead of time is not a good idea unless you are willing to pay to replace them after they expire. You are wasting months of life of use if you buy too early based on the seat’s date of manufacture (doesn’t matter when you buy, the seat may be old or new on the shelf, so check anyway). A good deal never trumps safety. If you are hanging onto seats too long, please replace them. And don’t let price dictate the safest MOST restrictive seat your child should be using. A low back booster is only appropriate for much older children who’ve outgrown everything else and pass the five step test for booster riding. If you don’t know what that means, you aren’t ready. I am also concerned a parent with a ready booster in the basement would be tempted to use one too soon for a child who hasn’t yet reached that stage just because it’s there and it was cheap, kwim?

  3. Christy says:

    @Martha Clearance prices and selection will vary at every location. My store had the bases, but none of the covers left. We could get together and make a full booster seat! 🙂

    @Megan Thanks for all the tips! I agree safety would totally trump saving money everyday.

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