$40 off $40 coupon is back. We’ve become regular users of the Target app and their Drive-Up option. No markups, well-organized, dedicated parking area, and minimal waiting. I expect to keep using this curbside pickup service even beyond the pandemic. If only Costco had a similar service!
The Target REDcard offers 5% off all Target purchases both online and in-store (Target gift cards excluded, in-store Starbucks included) and free 2-day shipping on qualifying items. No annual fee. From May 1st through May 28th, newly approved REDcard applicants can receive a $40 off $40+ coupon (valid in-store or online) along with their new card in the mail. There are a bunch of restrictions (see below), but I can easily spend $40 on snacks and other household goods.
Debit card version. A lesser-known fact is that you can get it as a debit card such that it withdraws money directly from your linked bank account, and applying for it won’t harm your credit score (nor hinder your ability to apply to other,
If you don’t want to use a REDCard,
You can earn 1% to redeem at Target later when you use non-RedCard payment types on eligible purchases. (To earn 1%, a RedCard can’t be used for any portion of the purchase.) Just scan Wallet in the Target app or enter your mobile number in store, or make a purchase online. Restrictions apply.
Here’s the full list of restrictions on that $40 off $40 coupon.
RedCard $40 offer: Get a coupon for $40 off an over $40 qualifying purchase when you are approved for a debit or credit RedCard in-stores and at Target.com between 5/2/21-5/29/21. The coupon will be mailed to approved cardholders with their RedCard and will be valid through 6/26/21. *Excludes items sold & shipped by Target PlusTM Partners. Excludes alcohol, Apple products, Baby Alive Grow Up Baby, Barbie (Camper, Dreamhouse, Dreamplane, Malibu House and Townhouse), Beats Powerbeats Pro, Beats Solo Pro, Bose, Cards Against Humanity, Casper, The Child action figure, CVS clinic & pharmacy, Cricut, dairy milk, DockATot, Dockers, Disney Frozen Castle, DSLR cameras & lenses, Dyson, Elvie, Facebook Oculus and Portal, face masks (Dolan, Sanctuary & Sugar Fix brands), Fitbit, gift cards, Google, HALO Baby, Hasbro Games (Classic Monopoly, Connect Four, Jenga, Rubik’s Cube, Sorry, Trouble), Hatch Maternity, Hot Wheels Ultimate Garage, HP Inc., Infant Optics, Instant Pot, JBL, LEGO, Levi’s Red Label, LG OLED TV, limited-time designer partnerships, Mega Bloks, mobile contracts, Motrin pain relief, Nerf Ultra, Ninja, Nintendo hardware and Switch games, Polder, Poo-Pourri, Peg Perego, Philips Avent, power shave, power dental, Harry’s and Flamingo, prepaid cards, PlayStation consoles and accessories, Samsung TVs, simplehuman, Sonos, Sony Electronics, Target Optical, Tempur-Sealy, Traeger, Tylenol pain relief, Unlocked phones, Vera Bradley handbags, Weber, What Do You Meme?, Xbox consoles and accessories, and the Zoe Doll.
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