I found a Bento box dupe for only $5 at Target – they’re ‘so freakin’ cute’ and $20 cheaper than the real thing

A TARGET superfan has unveiled her new “dupe” find of a $5 bento box.

The buyer said they were a “bargain” compared to $25 for the real deal.

Mari (@mari_aguirre_) found these bento boxes at Target


Mari (@mari_aguirre_) found these bento boxes at TargetPhoto credit: tiktok/mari_aguirre_
They look like an affordable version of the Bento & Co boxes


They look like an affordable version of the Bento & Co boxesPhoto credit: BENTO&CO

Mari is a Target fanatic who loves to share her best finds on TikTok (@mari_aguirre_).

In a recent video, she showed off her “affordable” counterpart to the expensive bento boxes.

“Target has $5 bento box duplicates and they’re so freaking cute,” she said.

There are several designs to choose from from the Target band Cat & Jack.

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Each box has three separate compartments and a matching lid.

They look a lot like actual bento boxes from Bento & Co, which often cost upwards of $25 each.

But just like the original, the Target boxes are dishwasher safe, microwave safe (no lids), and BPA-free.

“I can’t believe they’re only $5,” Mari said. “This is such a bargain!”

In addition, every Cat & Jack box comes with a one-year warranty.

Shoppers will also find matching water bottles, lunch boxes, and sandwich bags at Target.


In fact, Target has stocked its stores with back-to-school staples, with most products priced under $15.

In addition, from July 16 to August 26, all teachers, professors and other educators can receive a 20 percent discount on their entire shop upon presentation of a valid ID.

In the meantime, students with a valid ID can also get a 20 percent discount on their entire shop.

The only catch is that students must also enroll in the free Target Circle Rewards program.


Clothing retailer Old Navy has launched its ‘kidproof’ clothing range for the new school year, featuring affordable uniform styles that are guaranteed to resist wear and tear.

The store is so confident its clothes will make it through the school year that customers can return worn items within 365 days if they are unhappy.

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Many states are now eliminating sales taxes on back-to-school products.

And check out The US Sun’s guide to getting cheaper school supplies at stores like Dollar Tree, Walmart and Amazon.

Aila Slisco

Aila Slisco is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: ailaslisco@dailynationtoday.com.

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