Target announces back-to-school and college savings deals

FILE - A sign advertising online back-to-school supply shopping is displayed at a Target store on August 03, 2020 in San Rafael, California. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Target has special summer deals for teachers, parents and college students. 

It may seem early, but the retailer has announced several back-to-school promotions.

Here’s what’s included: 

Target Circle 360 promotion

Earlier this year, Target introduced its new Target Circle program, including the free-to-join Target Circle and the paid Target Circle 360 subscription.

A Target Circle 360 subscription gets you unlimited same-day delivery on orders over $35, access to Shipt’s marketplace and more. 

Memberships come annually for a cost of $99, but Target is offering a special summer deal for teachers and college students. 

Verified college students can get a special new monthly subscription price for $4.99 per month, beginning July 14. The cost is $10.99 for all other shoppers. 

And for a limited time, teachers can snag an annual subscription for just $49 for the first year. That offer is valid between July 14 and Aug. 24. 

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Target 20% off coupon

Beginning July 14, a one-time 20% teacher and college student appreciation discount is available for verified students and teachers who are Target Circle members. Target Circle is the retailer’s free membership program. 

Teachers can enjoy the discount through Aug. 24. For college students, this discount is extended through Sept. 28, offering an extra month of savings compared to last year.

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Target 20 for $20 school supplies

And for the first time, Target is introducing a list of 20 essential school supplies that add up to less than $20 in total. 

The list offers 20 popular supplies - like Mondo Llama 12-pack colored pencils, up&up liquid glue, notebooks and more.

This story was reported from Detroit.