Fact: Moms love Target. So it makes sense that the retail giant is putting some majorly must-have items on sale this Mother's Day — almost like a gift to their most loyal and devoted fan base. It's only fair, when you think about it. After all, how much of your family's budget gets forked over to Target on a weekly basis? On second thought, don't think about that right now. Now is the time to cash in on some sweet deals. So what does the Target Mother's Day sale have to offer this year?
From covetable kitchen appliances to fun, flirty accessories to the latest in gadgets and tech, there's something for every mom (and it's all marked down). Whether you're trying to find that perfect something for your own mom or another special mom in your life or you're just looking for helpful "hints" to pass along to your significant other, there's no lack of options on sale at Target through Mother's Day. And in addition to the items with already slashed prices, there are other discounts to be found, too, like a BOGO 50 percent off deal on dresses and a $5 gift card with any beauty purchase of $20 or more.
Oh, and don't forget — moms are more than entitled to gift themselves this time of year, too.
KitchenAid® Stand Mixer
4Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 Camera
5Stone Gold Necklace
Subtle and elegant, this color of the stone in this necklace will make her think of tropical beaches and umbrella drinks (originally $15).
6Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones
7Conair Infiniti Pro Rainbow Flat Iron
8Nutri Ninja Pro Blender
9Google Home Mini
Sure, she really wants a personal assistant for Mother's Day. But this Google Home Mini could be the next best thing: The voice-controlled speaker can answer questions, play music, control other smart devices, and carry out a bunch of other commands — and it's currently marked down from $49.
11S'ip by S'well Stainless Steel Insulated Water Bottle
A water bottle in a sunny shade (like Blushed, shown here) that promises to keep water ice cold will keep her happily hydrated during warm weather workouts. Marked down from $25.
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