The best deals for students live right now in the Target sale

Jazz up your college room: grab these bargains and save $40 when you spend $100

Room Essentials fairy string lights
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Looking for a bargain or two to brighten up your college room? Head over to Target to take advantage of their amazing sale. Right now, they're offering $40 off when you spend $100 on selected items with the code COLLEGE – which means $100 worth of storage, bedding and home accessories for just $60.

Can't face trawling through hundreds of products? We've done the hard work for you and selected the best products in the sale right now. But hurry – they'll go fast!

Sun Squad multi stripe Hello doormat | $12.99

Brighten up your hall and greet guests in style with this colorful doormat – guaranteed to put a smile on everyone's face, especially with that $12.99 price tag...View Deal

Hanging closet organizer with detachable hamper | $10

Keep your closet organized and your clutter tucked safely away with this Marie Kondo-esque organizer. It comes with a handy detachable hamper for dirty laundry, too.View Deal

Rubbermaid Brilliance leak-proof food containers | $16.29

Meal prep doesn't need to be hard or expensive with these handy containers. They're leak-proof, too, so you can chuck them into your backpack without a worry in the world.View Deal

Opalhouse printed comforter set | From $40

Embrace all things botanical with this cute comforter set, complete with one comforter and matching pillowcase. Its cotton blend makes it super breathable and super comfortable.View Deal

Room Essentials fairy string lights | $5.99

Need something to add sparkle to your space? Look no further than these cute fairy lights. Drape them across your bookshelves or around your headboard for instant style.View Deal

Ellen Finch
Ellen Finch

After a stint writing for true life titles, Ellen made her venture into the world of interiors in 2017 and became Features Editor on Real Homes magazine. Since she doesn't own her own home, she's always taking inspiration from Real Homes' renters' section, which is full of clever tips and tricks.