Here are all the best deals you need to know about at the Target 4th of July sale

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If you thought last week’s Prime Day deals were good, wait until you see the discounts Target just dropped for their 4th of July sale. AirPods on sale? $5 tees? 25% off on furniture? Oh yes they did!

The Target 4th of July sale is live now, so don’t wait to shop. Chances are, you have lots of fun plans for the holiday weekend, so it’s a good idea to add the items you’re eyeing to your cart now and check out before the festivities begin.

Need a little guidance when it comes to navigating all the great ways to save at Target right now? No problem! Below you’ll find a comprehensive breakdown of the best deals up for grabs. Whether you’re looking for outdoor furniture or summer fashion, you’ll probably find it on sale at Target for the 4th of July.

Best Target 4th of July Outdoor and Home Decor Deals

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Best Target 4th of July Tech Deals

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  • Apple AirPods Pro are on sale for $199.99, down from $249.99.
  • Select TVs are up to $50 off.
  • Laptops start at just $139.99.
  • There are tons of cameras on sale for a limited time only.

Best Target 4th of July Kitchen Deals

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Best Target 4th of July Fashion Deals

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Best Target 4th of July Baby Deals

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