Thru Saturday, December 28th, Target is offering up a FREE $5 Gift Card wyb $15 or more of artificial nails, nail color or artificial lashes both in-stores and online on Target.com. Whether you are shopping online or in stores, no code or coupon is needed – the gift card will automatically be added once you meet the spending requirement.
This is a very nice savings all om its own, however, there are some additional opportunities to get an even bigger discount. To start with, if you are a fan of eyelure lashes, there is a 15% Off Target Circle offer that can be used both in stores & online at Target.com.
If you are ordering online, keep in mind that some products will only ship with orders of $25 or more. Shipping is FREE on orders of $35 or more, or choose FREE store pickup where available.
If you are a big nail polish fan like I am, another way to save is to shop online at Target.com, since quite often select nail polish colors from many brands are considerably lower online.
For example, I absolutely love OPI nail polish, but they are $8.99 in stores. If you take a look online, there are several shades and their top coat that are priced as low as $5.29. Even though in many cases with online inventory, you will have to choose free store pickup. the savings can be a lot more….
DEAL IDEA: Buy 1 OPI Nail Treatment Top Coat $5.29 (online price)
& 1 OPI Cozu-melted In The Sun $5.29 (online price)
& 1 OPI Less Is Norse $5.29 (online price) = $15.87
-FREE $5 Target Gift Card with Nail or Eyelash Purchase $15+ thru 12/28
= $10.87 for all 3, or $3.62 each, regularly $8.99 each in stores
I actually think I will buy 2 Top Coat & the Cozu-Melted in the Sun which is the color I am wearing as my base in my picture above. I love this color and wear it often. I am also a big fan of the OPI top coat. If you have never tried it, it does take longer than some other top coats to dry, but if you do a lot of nail art like I do, it is great for making decals since it remains somewhat flexible.
If you have concerns about buying nail colors online since they are sometimes not quite representative of actual colors, use google. Just search for images of the brand and color you are interested in. Lots of nail artists do color swatches and if you google the brand and the color, you should be able to see several pictures that will give you a better representation of what it actually looks like on nails.