Target Circle Week: Get 30% off select irons, steamers today only

Target Circle Week: Get 30% off select irons, steamers today only

Target Circle Week is in full swing and runs through Saturday, July 13. Target Circle members still have plenty of time to shop till they drop.

In order to partake in the week-long savings event, shoppers must be a Target Circle member by creating an account for free. By becoming a member, you get savings automatically when you check out online. Other perks include extra savings if you’re a teacher, school staff member or college students, rewards, exclusive perks from partners, free two-day shipping and so much more.

There is also the new Target Circle 360, which is a new paid membership “focused on ease and convenience,” Target says. While you can join Target Circle for free, you can also upgrade to 360 with a free trial or a $99 annual membership. If you have a Target Circle Card, you can enjoy a Target Circle 360 membership for $49 annually.

Each day during Target Circle Week 2024, there’s an exclusive deal for each day. After the day is done, the deal is gone.

Today, Wednesday, July 10, shoppers can save 30% off select irons and steamers. There’s a BLACK+DECKER steam iron with a retractable cord for $18.89 (originally $26.99) (pictured above).

The steam iron can be picked up for free, delivered right to your home (Free with Target Circle 360) or shipped. The steam iron features SmartSteam, which makes ironing fast and easy. The iron automatically regulates and optimizes steam levels based on the fabric setting you chose. The TrueGlide nonstick soleplate glides across all fabric types.

Though the deal of the day is irons and steamers, I’ve put index pages at the bottom so you can shop products that are also a part of Target Circle Week 2024.

Here are more irons and steamers deals happening today:

Clothing | Home | Kitchen | Furniture | Patio | Laptops, tablets, monitors | Pools, filters, accessories | Beauty and personal care | Apple deals

Kaylee Remington is the shopping and entertainment commerce reporter and metro reporter for and The Plain Dealer. Read her work online.

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