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Your money: Target lowers prices on thousands of items

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Those products include cereal, paper towels, baby formula, razors and bath tissue. In a blog post, Target says you can say goodbye to those little signs and ads about the "Weekly Wow!" or "Bonus Offer." It says it hasn't ditched promotions all together, but rather, it's eliminated more than two-thirds of its price and offer call-outs, so customers can spot savings more easily.

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