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Where to Save in Syosset

As we officially welcome summer this week, make sure you have summer essentials with these deals from Target.

Where to Save in Syosset

Each week, we scour local sources to come up with the best deals for Syosset families.

This week, celebrate summer with some great items on sale at Target (2003 Broadway Mall, Hicksville 516.806.2096).  All deals are good through Saturday, June 25.

1. Staying active

Let the kids enjoy the dinosaur play center with a slide and praying palm trees for $25 or take advantage of other inflatable pools on sale. Men’s or women’s 26” Magna Great Divide 21-speed mountain bikes are on sale for $89. Other selected bikes are also on sale and Target will put the bike together for you at no additional charge. Take the kids along with an InStep Journey bike trailer that can hold two kids and folds for easy storage, also on sale for $89.

2. Relaxing

Select patterns of 100% cotton beach towels measuring 30” x 60” on sale for $4. Or take it easy in your own backyard with select outdoor furniture, gazebos and more on clearance for 30% off regular prices. 

3. Picnic time

Pack a picnic lunch using this great 60” x 60” picnic blanket on sale for $10.  It has straps for easy carrying and is 100% polyester.

4. Take a vacation

If you don’t have enough rolling suitcases for your summer vacation, take advantage of deals this week on luggage.  Kids’ Embark rolling carry-ons are $20 and or go for the character theme with Cars or Disney Princesses for $23.  Other luggage is also on sale, including Embark Midnight carry-on in black or blue for $51 or the Perennial print 20” carry-on for $39.

5. Protect yourself

3-oz. Neutrogena Ultra Sheer dry-touch sunblock with SPF 30 or 8-oz. Coppertone Sport with SPF 50 are both on sale for $7 each.  Take 10% off other selected Coppertone and Neutrogena sun care lotions.

Amy Platt is a Syosset mom of two kids and the founder of LIParentSource.com, a free online magazine and e-newsletter centralizing information and resources for local families.

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