A Target Worth Going To!.
I love Target but it is so hard finding a good one in a huge city. Last weekend I stumbled upon a Target not too far from Brooklyn with an actual parking lot, huge aisles, and an abundance of products. There are definitely closer Targets than this one. I know I should be thinking, it’s target, their products are the same, which ever one you go to, and that’s all that should matter. However, unlike Brooklyn Targets, this store actually has their products because it’s huge. If you have a car this is easily accessible. It also means that you can bring back an abundance of goods and not have to walk a couple of blocks from a parking garage or to a subway.
I don’t go to Target for the friendly workers or the no lines at checkout. I go because they have a variety of items for a very practical amount. Yes there will be long lines at certain times, but what you won’t get at other places are its products and prices. Their store brand Up & Up is fantastic! I’m also a huge fan of Method and Archer Farms, which both happen to be reasonably priced. Last time I went to this store I bought about ten products I would normally get elsewhere and I couldn’t believe how cheap it was.
You really got to love Target’s brands and prices. This store has a considerable quantity of products that won’t let you down. If you don’t want to pay the extra money for shipping on their website and you have a zip car to rent, than this is the Target to check out.
With its low prices and huge selection, this is truly a one-stop-shopping mecca..
Red-shirted salespeople guide shoppers through the bright, well organized stores. From housewares to lawn care, Target stores are always clean and welcoming. And with clothing lines by Mossimo and Isaac Mizrahi and housewares designed by noted architect Michael Graves, it satisfies budget-conscious college students and as well as young families.
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