Friends, foes, and everyone in between, we’ve got some breaking news: Target Circle Week, the weeklong sales event that’s the retailer’s answer to Amazon Prime Day, has been announced to take place on July 9 to 15. But before it lands, Target is kicking off the summer season with the Sizzling Savings Event, a Fourth of July–adjacent sale event that doesn’t disappoint. And you don’t need to be a part of the loyalty program to get in on it.
During the summer sale, the retailer is, naturally, slashing prices across outdoor and home categories, including decor, outdoor entertaining, and even some furniture. Ahead of Circle Week, shoppers can snag up to 50% off outdoor furniture and pool accessories, plus markdowns on top household essentials from brands like Dyson, Keurig, and iRobot, not to mention Target’s own Opalhouse and Threshold labels. Between designer collaborations with Studio McGee, Justina Blakeney’s Jungalow, and TikTok star Tabitha Brown, Target is well-known for its stylish and affordable home products.
Plus, Target now offers a slew of free same-day fulfillment options that rival Amazon’s famous Prime delivery, including same-day services like drive-up, in-store order pickup and same-day delivery with Shipt. And, unlike Amazon, you don’t have to be a Target Circle member or pay a membership fee to take advantage of the early deals and convenient delivery options—the current promotions are fair game to all (though you can apply for a Target RedCard if you’d like to save an additional 5% in the store, on Target.com, and through the Target app).
Keep scrolling to shop Target’s top deals of the moment before the members-exclusive Circle Week sale commences (more on that soon—keep your eyes peeled for updates), and check back throughout the next few weeks for even more sale updates across home decor, outdoor furniture, floor care, and more. Believe us when we say these markdowns will hold you over until Black Friday.
We know you know that Dyson vacuums are the real deal. Our advice: Never buy one full price—they go on sale more often than you might think. Take the V8, which is $50 off right now. It runs for up to 40 minutes, is slim enough to get into all the nooks and crannies, and is easy to maneuver around all of your decor.
Perhaps you just moved into a new space (or know a friend in need of a really great housewarming gift). Christopher Knight Home’s midcentury-inspired sofa is small enough to fit in the coziest of city apartments without making the room feel stuffy.
Among the pre–Target Circle Week deals is a rare 64% off deal on this versatile, minimalist glass coffee table, which received top marks from reviewers. Use it to display your stack of design books and trendy bud vase, pile it high with midnight snacks, or use it as your foot stand for your work-from-couch days.
Trust us: Don’t skip Target’s outdoor furniture section. Take, for example, this design-forward accent chair from Opalhouse that will have you sitting pretty at the barbecue all summer long. Though it looks like bamboo, the frame is actually steel, making it both rust- and weather-resistant.
Target has so many chairs that it’s truly hard to pick a favorite. From sculptural pieces to textural gems, the brand is brimming with affordable, on-trend finds that look incredibly high-end—including these weather-resistant outdoor patio chairs from Threshold that give us retro-beach-club energy.
It’s always a good idea to keep some extra folding chairs around for when you’re entertaining guests outdoors. Most options are too beachy or too granola, with very few comfortable, design-friendly options. These on-sale loungers are one of those few, with a very accommodating wide-mesh seat and a metallic finish.
While random jars, glasses, and the occasional wine bottle certainly make innovative homes for your plants, wouldn’t a dedicated planter be so much nicer? This textured, ceramic option will make your green friends the statement piece in your room. All you have to do is keep them alive.
Bugs: The certified vibe killers of a pleasant summer day. Steer ’em clear naturally with this citronella and thyme-scented candle, which is housed in a decidedly sleek ceramic vessel. You’ll want to clean out and keep in your home long after the candle burns down.
Vibrant like Tabitha’s effervescent energy, this striped tin candle will add a pop of color to your outdoor tablescape or nightstand setup. It’s scented with bright, woody notes of bergamot, magnolia, mandarin, and sandalwood.
Snuggle up with this textured herringbone throw, or just use it to give your living space a homey, hygge vibe. Whatever your vision, this blanket is more than 30% off right now—not that you even needed an excuse to snap it up.
You have far too much going on to worry about sucking up dog hair every few days. Invest in a Roomba, which takes the “set it and forget” ethos of the Crock Pot to the floor. The robot vacuum can be controlled and scheduled via app, giving you a little more time each day to lounge on the gorgeous couch you spent an entire paycheck on.
In a perfect world, we’d all wake up slowly and mindfully spend 20 minutes preparing a smooth batch of pour-over coffee in a beautiful, designer carafe. But we live in the real world, where we often only have time to press a single button to dispense coffee before rushing out the door. This Keurig makes the latter a bit more pleasant. It’s nice and small for anyone with little counter space, and it comes in a handful of Smeg-esque colors.
Beyond your typical home deals, you’ll also find markdowns on home entertainment and tech, like this Lenovo touchscreen laptop. It’s easy to stow away, or you can keep it perched on your desk.