Tupperware Storage Containers Are Now Available at Target + Possible $15 Off $50 Home Purchase

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Target is hosting your next Tupperware party!

The super popular Tupperware brand has been sold through door-to-door sales for over 76 years (Napoleon Dynamite, anyone?), but they’ve recently expanded to select stores – including Target!

You can now purchase a variety of iconic Tupperware containers and bundles in-store and online, and prices start as low as $7.99! Even better, make sure to check your Circle account as you might have an offer for $15 off your $50 home purchase Circle offer which makes it easy to grab all your faves for less, valid through October 16th!

This is a new stage for the Tupperware brand, and it’s part of their strategy to reinvent the brand to be more available to younger consumers.

These classic storage containers never go out of style! These bowls are known for their durability, airtight seal, and charming colors and designs.

The colorful bowls double as an all-in solution for food storage as well as food serving. They even have handles so they’re perfect for mixing, prepping, and storing as well as serving food at parties, picnics, potlucks and even casual weeknight dinners.

Get a closer look at these deals…

Tupperware Heritage Collection

Tupperware at Target

Tupperware at Target

Tupperware at Target

Tupperware at Target

Tupperware at Target

Tupperware at Target

Tupperware Heritage Get it All Set 30-piece Set $79.99 
Use the $15 off a $50 home purchase Circle offer
Final cost $64.99!

Note that this item is sold out online, but may be available for pickup at select stores!

Use your containers to make some yummy school lunches!

  • Shipping & Terms

    Target

    Shipping is free on orders of $35 or more. You may also be able to opt for free in-store pickup if items are in stock and available near you.

    If you're a Target RedCard holder, you'll get an additional 5% off your order plus free shipping on any size order! However, exclusions do apply and orders for RedCard holders may require the $35+ shipping threshold.

    Plus, you might be able to score $1 savings on your order by consolidating your shipping. On the app, just click the No-Rush Shipping option. Online, click the "Save $1 with Order Consolidation" option during checkout.


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Comments 43

  1. nicole_14

    Now if they come out with the old school ones my grandma has I’m there

    • Becky M

      Tupperware just came out with a retro line of the pastels-like from the 50s/60s. I think it was a FB ad I saw.

  2. Danielle Hutchinson

    I am a Tupperware consultant. I’d like to clarify for people of hip2save that we had many questions as consultants and for some answers on some things this morning.
    Tupperware is doing this to get our brand back out there in front of consumers…we have all heard “you’re with Tupperware I didn’t know it was still around” Also when consumers search our brand it comes up with all kinds of “imposterware” because we are not in retail channels. This is part of our CEO Miguels’ OmniChannel strategy to grow our market share in a market niche we created- food storage. Will the Target Tupperware be under our same warranty? It will have our Q Warranty which is a one year warranty against cracking, chipping, breaking, peeling. The Tupperware products purchased in Target WILL NOT BE LIFETIME GUARANTEED same as Tupperware products purchased from direct independent reps. Is Tupperware trying to put the salesforce out of business? No absolutely they are not. However it is a fact that we as direct sellers are consistent in sales, but with COVID the past couple of years recruiting & growing the direct sales branch has not grown as much as we have in the past. We also need to look at fact – studies have shown we need to do better to connect with the online consumers of today especially 20-35 year olds and using Target’s consumer base & media reach has worked in the past to boost our brand awareness…everyone is going to be talking about Tupperware.
    If you care about warranty/lifetime guarantee my recommendation is to reach out to an independent local rep. You can find a real in your area from the Tupperware website. If you’re going to spend the money on Tupperware, you might as well make sure you are purchasing through a source that can warranty your product for a lifetime.

    • Lolie

      Thank you for that information. I appreciate you clarifying the warranty information for everyone.

    • muggles

      I got a whole bunch of Tupperware for my wedding years ago and still use and love it, but I didn’t realize it had a lifetime warrantee. What exactly does the lifetime warrantee cover? Like if I have one that has giant pock marks all over the inside of the bottom from someone trying to microwave popcorn in it, is that kind of thing covered under warrantee? AKA a stupidity clause haha?

      • heidi

        I have used my warranty on melted lids, broken lids, broken bowls, they give you a free item, but color will not be the same, and you have to pay the postage which amounts to a bunch. I would not do it again as postage paid amounts to what you could go out and buy a glass container for the same amount.

        • Margaux

          I pick replacements up from a local rep to avoid shipping charges.

    • CeeJay

      The warranty kind of stinks. I have been hanging onto 5 seals until I found a consultant locally. (Because the postage was more than I was willing to pay) So one day someone on a local facebook group asked about a Tupperware consultant where I also chimed in and someone offered their help. For 4 months I waited (I have already given her the seals) and for one reason or another she kept loosing my info. I told her I wanted the seals back or replacement. I was given a small credit that must be spent through her and still pay that shipping fee. 🙁 I will just use Rubbermaid and chunk broken ones for the price difference. The warranty sucks!

      • Danielle H.

        I’m sorry to hear you had a bad experience. When I process warranty for my Tupperware customers, I do full product replacement instead of the credit amount. If you have a broken, cracked or peeling product that happens to be obsolete, we can replace with a similar product.
        It’s important to note if you melt your Tupperware from careless use, it is not something we can warranty. You have to take care of your product and use it as directed. Most kitchen tools have a 1 year warranty – they are sold through tupperware but not made by them. Examples of 1 year warranty items would be the can opener, ice cream scoop, mandoline to name a few. what is lifetime guaranteed is the true tupperware developed products (bowls, fridgesmarts, freezer mates, vent n serve, modular mates, servalier, etc). I have submitted warranty for many ladies in my local area and have satisfied customers. Sometimes I process items as old as 1954. I get a variety of items that people need warranty replaced and I’m happy to do it for people. Sometimes it’s peeling plastic inside a 30 year old bowl, or a cracked modular mates lid.
        Tupperware round containers are liquid tight and air tight. Square containers are air tight. The product keeps your food fresh longer, saving you money on food costs. Go to local vendor shows, talk to a rep in your area. There’s a reason the product has been in business 76 years – is worth the investment.

        • Jessie

          How do you find a local rep? 65203 zip
          I met someone at a fair and she was hands free, gave me card or two and told me to figure out myself basically.
          Then ultimately I called, reached Mexico? tele reps and spent 1-2hrs going thru all my pieces, gave credit card number but maybe got one piece?! disappointed and wasted time for nothing. Long back my mom sold Tupperware and gifted awesome pieces/wedding and herself had a great collection. Wanting to trash all the Tupperware I do have since replacement impossible.

    • Carla

      I’m still an avid buyer of Tupperware. I’ll never use anything else, todays Tupperware is just as great as it was when I was a kid but with great patterns and colors!

  3. Ashley

    I love that Target is adding Tupperware! I hate the parties, etc but love the product!

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      YAY! Hoping you can snag some new Tupperware, Ashley! 🤗

    • Danielle H.

      I’m glad to hear you like Tupperware! You don’t have to host a party to shop – find a local rep in your area from the Tupperware website. You can order online. Hosting a party is the best benefit to getting free and half off items, but you can also join as a rep. You get $400 worth of product for $139 when you sign up and then you get special discounts and incentives. That’s why I joined as a rep! I love all my products!

  4. Peaches

    If my memory is right Tupperware was sold in a retail store about 20 years ago.It was a short-lived venture. Might have been Target then too. It’s a great way to try a piece and decide if you like the brand.

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      That’s such a helpful tip, Peaches! It’s nice to not buy a whole set of an item to try it out! 🥰

  5. Priscilla

    About 20 plus years ago I bought 2 that’s a bowl I think they are called they are huge bowls with little handles with a jar of Mayo packaged inside at big lots

    • 5pink1blue

      Yes, I bought one too. It had macaroni and mayo in mine.

  6. Debbie

    Priscilla. That’s very interesting. Sounds like it was a good deal 😊

  7. Patricia Goff

    I love Tupperware. I have my grandmothers Tupperware and we use it all the time. Love it. I didn’t know it had a warranty either.

  8. Andrea U

    Coolness – I ordered three since I am a sucker for the colors.

    • Claudette (Hip Sidekick)

      Sweet!!! So glad you could grab some awesome colored containers, Andrea!!!!

  9. CW

    Yes Target did sell Tupperware roughly 20 yrs ago. It was on my wedding registry!

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      Awesome! Thanks for letting us know, CW! Hoping you were gifted some! 💓

  10. Teresa

    Rats. Looks like I missed out on the kit. Thank you for the info though. It is a great product.

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      Hey Teresa! I’m still seeing that it may be available in-stores. Hoping you might find it that way! 🤞💕

  11. Suszy P

    This is pretty exciting! I miss Tupperware

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      Hoping you find some pieces you love, Suszy P! 🤗

  12. Shirley Yeo

    Is it BPA – free?

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      Hey Shirley! When I clicked through each individual product on Target’s site, I am seeing that they are BPA-Free. Hoping this is helpful! 🤗

    • Danielle H.

      Tupperware has been BPA free since 2010

  13. Shirley Yeo

    Awesome. Thanks so much! 🙂 Curious how long they have been BPA free – must be something more recent.

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re welcome! I did find this on Tupperware’s site for you – “As of March 2010, items sold by Tupperware US & CA are BPA free.” Hope that helps! ❤️

  14. s

    Lmao what a boomer brand

    • Cyan Kenders

      Ya – you’re cute.

  15. Peaches

    I have looked at the items that Target will be carrying. I guess the Thatsabowls arent included. I love that thumb handle as it makes the bowl so much easier for my “boomer” hands to hold.

    • Lisa

      Agreed, Peaches, I love that thumb “boomer” handle for my bowl when making Krispy treats!

  16. Danielle H.

    You can order the Thatsa Bowls on the Tupperware website. There’s also special Thatsa Bowl surprise packs available for a limited time/ while supplies last.

  17. Catherine

    I’m cheap, I’ll stick with recycling the deli meat tubs.

  18. alliekat5656

    I purchased the child’s baking kit from a consultant awhile ago. I was very happy with the quality. It makes a nice gift for a young baker.

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      Good to know that you enjoyed the baking kit! Thanks for taking a moment to share about the quality! 🥰

  19. 5pink1blue

    Anyone know where I can find a Tupperware vegetable peeler? After 25 years mine went MIA. It is seriously the best peeler.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      We’ll have to keep an eye out to see if that may become available from Target too! 👀🤞

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