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Weekend deals: Free Target breakfast, $5 pizza, and more

The weekend is here, along with Dealnews' roundup of the best bargains and discounts. Read on for deals on shoes, furniture, breakfast, and more. 

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    A shopping cart outside a Target store in Riverview, Fla. Target is giving away free ready-to-eat breakfasts from GoPicnic this weekend and through Oct. 31.
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The weekend is just within our grasp, and we're celebrating the fact with a little window shopping. To curb our spending however, we've carefully selected only the best discounted of treats. You can grab a free breakfast at Target and then score a $10 Domnino's credit for just $5 to cover your dinner. These deals and more in today's list of five Editors' Choice deals that we found overnight and early this morning.

  1. Top Shoes Deal
    Nike Flex Show TR Men's Running Shoes
    Store: Finish Line
    Price: $34.99 plus $5.49 s&h
    Lowest by: $12

    Do You Need It?: It's very easy to make excuses and not take the time to exercise, but if your sneakers are as trendy as this, we figure you'll be a little more motivated. They've dropped by $11 in just four days to an all-time low in any color. Plus, they're $12 cheaper than any other store today. They're available in sizes from 9.5 to 12.

  2. Top Credit Deal
    $10 Domino's eGift Card
    Store: Groupon
    Price: $5
    Lowest by: $5
    Expires: September 18

    Do You Need It?: If you're stretching your weekly budget through the weekend and can't quite afford the luxury of a takeaway, this credit offer from Groupon might aid the plunge for tonight's dinner. It's the best offer we've seen for a Domino's gift card so far this year and can be used online, over the phone, or in store.

  3. Top Freebie
    GoPicnic Ready-to-Eat Breakfast
    Store: GoPicnic via Target retail stores
    Price: Free
    Lowest by: $3
    Expires: October 31

    Do You Need It?: The GoPicnic Ready-to-Eat Breakfast may not be a Michelin Star-rated start to the day, but hey, it's free and worth a try. Just head to your local Target store with the coupon in tow and you'll save a max of $2.99 on one of three of these get-up-and-go breakfasts. They purport to need no heating or refrigeration.

  4. Top Apparel Deal
    The North Face Men's ThermoBall Full-Zip Jacket
    Store: Cabela's
    Price: $99 with free shipping via coupon code "94FREE"
    Lowest by: $31

    Do You Need It?: The good weather and bright evenings are soon coming to an end, so we're looking ahead to prepare for another cold snap. Luckily, Cabela's has discounted The North Face ThermoBall jacket to just $99. That's $33 cheaper than when we saw it in January,and $33 less than any other store today. It's available in sizes M to XXL, but not in all size color combinations.

  5. Top Furniture Deal
    BrylaneHome Flip Top Sofa Table
    Store: OneStopPlus
    Price: $14.39 via coupon code "BHMOVING" plus $5.99 s&h
    Lowest by: $46

    Do You Need It?: Whether you use it to work from the sofa in your pj's or eat dinner while you Netflix, this flip top table won't set you back too much moula. It's fallen by $46 to the best price we could find for such a piece. It has two 4" drop leafs and measures 21" x 12.25" x 16.25" with them up.

    Total Savings: At least $97

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