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Old Today, 11:11 AM
 
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Yep prices vary based on location. I love the target by Barclays center.
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Old Today, 12:36 PM
 
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The prices at the Lower East Side Target are the same as online and any other Target I've gone to, including but not limited to Chicagoland, Cambridge, Indiana, and New Jersey. I don't buy in bulk, so I have no reason to really go to any other Targets other than the closest one. I'm confused.
Is it possible they kept the prices low due to the demographic shopping in the Lower East Side Target? Even though it's Manhattan, and LES is thought to be pricey (and mostly is), that area has some low income pockets/areas. I'm not sure if it's projects or Mitchell Lamas or what, but I have noticed that the people shopping in that Target don't exactly fit the upscale demographic of some other areas of NYC.
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Old Today, 03:28 PM
 
Location: Lower East Side, NYC
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Is it possible they kept the prices low due to the demographic shopping in the Lower East Side Target? Even though it's Manhattan, and LES is thought to be pricey (and mostly is), that area has some low income pockets/areas. I'm not sure if it's projects or Mitchell Lamas or what, but I have noticed that the people shopping in that Target don't exactly fit the upscale demographic of some other areas of NYC.
True. The only other reference I have of another Target in Manhattan is the one on 34th st where I've bought a roll of paper towels, but I believe it was just 79 cents. Seems it's more expensive online, not that I'd ever buy a single roll online: https://www.target.com/p/full-sheet-...2/-/A-13972086

Oh well, I'll take the cheaper prices for living far enough south on the East side
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Old Today, 04:06 PM
 
Location: Harlem, NY
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I heard that Target is small as hell
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Old Today, 08:16 PM
 
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The target by Barclays center got rid off a section I used often. Bummed out.

Herald square target is pretty big
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