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Thermos Containers

Target adds fun to kids’ lunches!

Next time you head to Target, be sure to check out the back to school lunch items in Bullseye’s Playground – starting at just $1!

We spotted several great buys including Stainless Steel Hot/Cold Containers, Bento Boxes, and more.

Here’s what to look for…

Juice Container Holder
Only $1


Sandwich Box with Dry Erase Lid
Only $1

Food Storage Container
Only $1


Bento Lunch Box
Only $5


Fun Sandwich Cutter Molds
Only $1


Animal Thermos-like Containers

Stainless Steel Hot/Cold Containers
Only $5


To-Go Sauce Containers
Only $1


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Comments 7

  1. ASHLEY

    In PA I’m wondering if I’ll need any of this stuff? I placed an order on staples for some school supply deals that were going on and and it’s saying they can’t deliver to me because of covid? I’m not sure if our local warehouse is closed or if it’s because of where I live

    • Mijames

      I am in Florida and I just ordered on Staples and got it already

    • VB Vee

      I’m in Virginia. I ordered some Febreeze One refills. They are discontinued and not available in stores anymore. Staples is the only site I could find them that had a reasonable price. And free shipping. I ordered at night. I received my order on the second day.

    • Amber

      Iโ€™m in NY and have gotten every single one of my orders, and usually ahead of schedule.

  2. MeRiv

    Does anyone know how many ounces the stainless steel food container is? I am trying to find an 8oz container to hold Mac and cheese. Our current 10oz container has too much head space and it gets cold despite preheating with boiling water. If not, can anyone recommend an 8 oz container? Thanks in advance ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Mari Jo

      MeRiv, I just looked for a Ozark trail food container, as the cup/tumblers are so amazing at holding heat, and saw nothing. I too used the boiling water, sitting it for 10 minutes then filling it, and wrapping in foil. I have also used a quilted oven glove, easy to slip in the container ( but bulky, cut the end off to make it just a sleeve.better!) We have had the best luck with Thermos Brand stuff. Get one now, see if it work for you temp wise, and if so, grab a few at the school clearance sale. We bought lunch boxes at clearance, grabbed the food containers, and donated the bag and the other stuff. It was a great buy, 70% off!

      • MeRiv

        Thanks Mari Jo! If I can’t snag one of these Target ones I’ll try the oven glove trick. Seems like a good way to retire one that’s seen better days ๐Ÿ™‚

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