Stores Like Target (15 Similar Stores)

But Target may soon have a new rival. Dollar General, the discount-store chain, plans to open its first store in San Francisco next week, and its executives say the chain is targeting Millennials.

If you want to shop online, here are the top 15 Target stores that will get you the same vibe and products as the ones you saw on the above picture.

Stores Like Target In 2022

1. Walmart

Walmart and Target are two of the biggest retail names in the world.

First, they’re almost identical; you’ll find apparel, household goods, sporting goods, and even an entire grocery store.

Walmart has been marketing heavily to women by offering items they’d find in stores like Target and Lowe’s, but also in-store beauty and cleaning products.

The difference in price is only $2/week. Walmart’s prices are lower in every category and the difference in weekly spending is insignificant compared to Target.

This means that Target makes it easy for you to pick up your order and not have to worry about having to pay for delivery or you not being able to find your product in the store.

With Target, you place a pick-up order, and it lets you know when it’s ready (typically within two hours). You must then go to a Target store, pick up your order, and then take it to a shipping station. This is where the process begins to repeat itself.

With Walmart you must schedule a pick-up and usually there are never pick-up slots available.

2. Amazon

The company that has been changing the retail industry for years.

You pay for it, and it’s shipped to you. And if you get stuck, there are people ready to help.

However, the lack of instant gratification is a bit of a hassle in the case of shopping online with Amazon.

It is best when you are not in a hurry and when you are buying items that you don’t need urgently or quickly.

Amazon also offers one-day shipping on some items in some markets.

There are also times when products sold through Amazon might say “Sold by [INSERT_GOOGLE_OR_AMAZON_OWNER_DOMAIN]”.

3. Kohl’s

A department store can be a department store, but it can be any type of store that sells a lot of products.

It’s an excellent alternative to Target because, although the two are relatively similar prices-wise, Kohl’s almost always has some sale or another.

Kohl’s coupons are worth a lot of points, and they stack well. That means you can get a pretty good deal on items if you plan your shopping around the coupons and sale prices.

As long as there aren’t any issues with your visa, you should have no problem getting into Kohl’s!

Like Target, Kohl’s partners with designers and celebrities to produce exclusive and affordable lines. Among those partnerships is the LC Lauren Conrad collection.

4. Costco

Costco might surprise you if you shop at Target’s grocery department and enjoy seeing all of the up-market gourmet products.

Well, you’re not going to get six ounces of that but you’re going to get six pounds of chocolate-covered almonds so, you know, there’s a pretty good amount of chocolate almonds there.

It’s a matter of perception, whether you’re a consumer or a provider, and you’re just going to have to accept that.

The Costco business model of selling a broad selection of products for less than a mainstream store might be a bit tricky to replicate, but Costco is expanding into online sales and has a warehouse-club model to offer the same low prices.

5. Sam’s Club

The difference between Sam’s Club and Target is that Sam’s Club has lower prices than Target.

WalMart sells Walmart branded products, including food, apparel, electronics and home products at affordable prices.

If you are looking for the “cheapest” price, you may end up purchasing more of the product by purchasing it at a reduced price-per-pound, but you are purchasing more product and you are paying more for shipping.

6. Aldi

If you love the variety of Target groceries, you will also enjoy a trip to Aldi for its variety of groceries.

Aldi’s Aisle of Shame or Aldi Finds is basically a section of Aldi’s stores where the store is filled with junk.

This is the place to come for a little treasure hunt of merchandise with a difference! Take a peek at what we’re offering and you’ll find all sorts of products, from the traditional to the quirky, and everything in between.

At the same time, it’s not just a one-off event. The team also has the ability to mix in smaller, local fundraisers as well, to spread the word in the area and beyond.

The thrill is in the finding!

But you never want to just stick to a single location.
You want to be everywhere.

7. Boscov’s

Boscov’s was one of the best department stores around, and although the branding is different from Target, they’re pretty similar.

In addition to the many clothing stores, Boscov’s has a makeup counter with a nice selection of eye products. For men, there are a few items to pick from.

The coup-de-grace is the amazing candy counter where you can find all kinds of sugar candies.

8. Burlington

A slightly less glamourous Target is a much cheaper and less glamorous alternative to Burlington.

Most of the Burlington stores are very chaotic and confusing. Finding a local brand name can be a real challenge.

Also, if you like to cook and want to take advantage of Burlington’s cooking section and buy items and spices at discount prices, check out Burlington.

9. At Home

At Home in particular is actually on par with Target because it carries similar prices.

Also people who want to make friends will enjoy the aisles leading to the cash registers, where you can find stationary, desk electronics, décor, and lots of edible goodies.

10. Marshalls And TJ Maxx (& 11 On The List)

There are ten stores that make it to the top 10 list. The reason why there are so many stores on this list is because TJX owns many stores and the target demographic is the same for all of the stores.

To save money, you can find discounts at both shopping locations.

There are more choices of furniture and a few small gourmet snacks, but the selection is not nearly as extensive as at Marshall.

However, you will notice the difference in product quality and quantity. In particular, the Marshall’s selection of books is less than either Kmart or Target. A better example of a store that offers a less extensive selection of product can be seen at Walmart.

12. Shein

This company just bought Totes, a company that sells totes, and then they just bought another company that sells totes, to go with a company that sells belts.

Target was able to capture the women who ran through Target to Shein. It is a very strong connection.

Shein specializes in cheap, trendy fashion, and I’ve found some of it really cheap. I’ve seen their clothing for about $8 in my local mall. They also have some exclusive designers like L.B.F. and O.P.E., so you can find some really cool pieces.

 Fashion forward clothes for plus size women to wear that fit and not show them up.
The problem with plus size fashion is that it’s expensive.

13. H&M

This company is good for those who like fast fashion. In addition to men’s and women’s clothes, they also have a wide selection of kid’s stuff. The prices are comparable to those of Target, H&M is good for those who like fast fashion.

As a whole, H&M has done an excellent job of expanding their product line up, and also expanding their brand into new markets. I think the Swedish brand is doing exceptionally well so far.

14. Ikea

Target’s home goods section is a delight to explore, with styles from classic to modern and everything in between.

This said, IKEA is quite similar in its home goods selection, which includes a lot of what I need.

 It’s no wonder Ikea is such a popular Scandinavian design favourite. Its affordable prices and clever design make for a must-have in every home.

15. Trader Joe’s

You may recognize the Trader Joe’s name because they’re famous for their cheap, delicious food.

People were shocked when they found out that Target was selling all-natural, no-sugar-added, gluten-free snacks instead of the junk they knew and loved.

Furthermore, Trader Joe’s store brand items can compete with any Target food store items.

When you walk into the store, they will tell you where the produce is from and how long the items have been sitting on the shelf.

Target is a well-known brand that is used by the entire population. However, it has competition in the form of Walmart, Costco, Sam’s Club, Amazon, Bed Bath and Beyond, etc.


Walmart is the worst approximation of Target for reasons I don’t fully understand.

I’m not talking about the fact that Target is more expensive. I don’t find that a problem. I find it very much a problem that the people who want to buy Target’s products tend to be wealthier than the people who want to buy Walmart’s products.

However, all of the other stores listed here are more specialized. They do not fulfill and do not expand on Target’s different departments.

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