How To Roll On Game Day

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A checklist by Rachel Everheart, last updated February 01, 2017.

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Go to Target for the best game day essentials. Allow the doors to open for you.

Find the perfect...smooth riding and non-squeaky wheeled...red cart.

Stop at the cafe for some venti motivation!

Stroll through all favorite aisles leading to Bath Tissue aisle.

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Find gloriously huge package of Quilted Northern Ultra Plush® Mega Rolls to add to cart.

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Realize that Target has incredible sales. And now you can stock up for both, Team Ultra Plush AND Team Ultra Soft & Strong.

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Include gloriously huge package of Quilted Northern Ultra Soft & Strong® Mega Rolls to (also) add to cart.

Find all other home game day essentials that people will need as well. Such as: Paper plates, napkins, plastic ware, cups, and paper towels.

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Leisurely stroll back to the checkout lanes, simultaneously opening the Target Cartwheel app for new discount offers.

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Pause to tell random person you're passing how incredible it is to save money digitally on items you were buying anyhow.

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Search keyword, "Quilted Northern" and select new 10% discount offer. Then press checkout icon on app for barcode that cashier will scan for total cart discount.

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With game day home essentials bagged, head home to face off the biggest team battle another Sunday brings to your bathroom.

Now...who's ready for some football?

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