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bk1911 373 279 September 22, 2016 at 08:54 PM in Appliances (7) More Target Deals
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Last Edited by annie930ny September 23, 2016 at 06:09 AM
San Antonio Target at Bitters had this marked all the way down to $49.xx
Only had one and I bought it. Brickseek reported the price to be $99.50, but
it was $49. Good luck finding it. If Brickseek shows you at least 1 or 2 in stock at
$99.50, and you really want an Anova, it might be worth your while to hit the store.
In this instance, i'd recommend you call in to verify price, unless you are cool with $99.50.
Mainly because almost nobody in Target knows what this thing is, and they could care less about it. Just saying.

For Refrence Only: http://www.target.com/p/anova-sou...A-50696188
http://brickseek.com/target-inven...72-10-0372

I am a happy fella because I scored the $50 foodsaver 4400 at Target (Alamo Heights) and this Anova for $50 (Bitters). USDA Prime here I come.

I also know there are more Foodsaver 4400's out there for $50 so keep grindin'. http://brickseek.com/target-inven...72-10-0080
and FYI YYMV my brickseek listed this Foodsaver vacuum at $50.98 but 0 stock, and they had 2. I bought 1, and there was one left, though it looked like it was open @ Alamo Heights SATX Target.
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Unfortunately shows 199.00 for me.
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same 199 on brickseek for me, only 1 store was at 99 which makes me wonder but that store has 0 on hand per brickseek hmmm.
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Quote from BrandonT1381 View Post :
Unfortunately shows 199.00 for me.
i would consider that a problem, personally. I'd recommend everyone look for the $99.50 clearance. Mine was NOT marked "Online Item", but it seemed to be treated that way, with a $199 WAS PRICE and a markdown to $49 (old school target 75%). Just reporting that brickseek had mine pegged at $99.50 and it was actually $49.75 on the clearance tag.

Recommend calling in with the DPCI and having CS check the in-store price on their scanner. If they say $49, then it might be worth it to take a trip in. I personally wouldn't have them verify stock, but it's a free world and y'all can do what ya want.
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Quote from cheapcommunist View Post :
same 199 on brickseek for me, only 1 store was at 99 which makes me wonder but that store has 0 on hand per brickseek hmmm.
I'd say call in with the DPCI and ask them to check the price. IF they come back with $49.xx. You have 2 choices. Have them verify the item is on the shelf, or take a trip and see for yourself.

Cooker is a good deal at $99, but I don't think I would have bought it at $99. I would have waited for a black friday or new model release or something. At $50, it was impossible for me to pass.
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Can't say I didn't see this coming when I saw these on sale a few weeks back; this just isn't the type of item your general Target shopper even knows about.
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Does Target allow you to do a return/rebuy (buy at more expensive target and return and rebuy at cheaper target)? Or if you return it where it is cheaper, does the inventory update in the system so that you can buy it online for store pick up at that location?
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Dcpi??
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Quote from bk1911 View Post :
i would consider that a problem, personally. I'd recommend everyone look for the $99.50 clearance. Mine was NOT marked "Online Item", but it seemed to be treated that way, with a $199 WAS PRICE and a markdown to $49 (old school target 75%). Just reporting that brickseek had mine pegged at $99.50 and it was actually $49.75 on the clearance tag.

Recommend calling in with the DPCI and having CS check the in-store price on their scanner. If they say $49, then it might be worth it to take a trip in. I personally wouldn't have them verify stock, but it's a free world and y'all can do what ya want.
I'll check tomorrow in store. My store shows 20 in stock currently EEK!
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Dcpi??
DPCI stands for Department, Class, Item. Each piece of merchandise that Target carries is assigned a unique DPCI number.
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I have a discontinued version (without bluetooth) and it is wonderful. Even 99.00 for the bluetooth model is a great price....49.00 price is an absolute steal. Well worth even the 99.00 price.
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brick down ? =[
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8 on hand at my target but at 199 :/

$49 is a steal
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I had no idea Target even carried sous vide cookers. Will have to keep an eye out.
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Any idea which section to find these?
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