Target 10% Off Gift Cards Promo: Sunday, December 8th, 2019

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Target is offering 10% off Target Gift Cards again on Sunday, December 8th, 2019. One-day only. Offer available both in-store and online. No coupon or code needed – the discount applies at checkout.

  • Limit one transaction up to $300 in Target GiftCards on Target.com ($30 maximum discount) per household.
  • Target GiftCards purchased during 10% off offer may be redeemed beginning Monday, December 9th at 10am Central.

Selected additional fine print:

Minimum GiftCard purchase is $10 per card. Limit one transaction up to $300 in Target GiftCards on Target.com. Offer does not include Target Visa Gift Cards, Target MasterCard Gift Cards, Target American Express Gift Cards & gift cards issued by other retailers such as dining, lifestyle & entertaining gift cards. Quantities limited; no rain checks. Purchases of Target GiftCards that exceed certain transaction limits may be voided.

Reminder that REDcard 5% cash back does not apply to Target gift card purchases. Instead, you may wish to use your Discover card as it offers 5% cash back at Target this quarter.

You can also get 5% cash back this quarter if you pay with Paypal while also having the Chase Freedom as your funding source. You may also try to stack with this $5 off $50 PayPal/Target offer, although it says “exclusions apply”.

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  1. Can you use Paypal at Target/Target.com?

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