10% off Target Gift Cards @Target on Dec 3



  • Target’s annual gift card sale returns this year on Sunday, December 3rd!

    Save 10% off Target GiftCards purchased on Sunday, December 3rd; redeem beginning Monday, December 4th at 10am CT.

    Minimum $10 purchase.

    Offer valid for up to $300 in Target GiftCard purchases ($30 maximum discount) per household. No fees, no expiration.

    Only 1 discounted transaction per guest.

    Purchases of Target GiftCards that exceed certain transaction limits may be voided.

    Quantities limited; no rain checks.

    Target GiftCard images are limited. In the event that the specific Target GiftCard image you request is not available, we may replace the Target GiftCard image with a comparable Target GiftCard.

    If more than one Target GiftCard is ordered, orders may arrive in separate deliveries.

    Discount does not apply to TargetTM Visa®, MasterCard®, or American Express® gift cards, gift cards issued by other merchants, reloads of previously purchased Target GiftCards, Target GiftCards given in exchange for electronic or prepaid trade-ins, Target GiftCards provided for merchandise returns, and Target GiftCards provided as free promotional card with qualifying purchase.

    Terms and conditions apply to gift cards.
    Offer expires on December 3, 2017 at 11:59PM PT.



    Ways to increase your savings:


    For those of you who have Discover Card:

    Discover Card offers 5% cash back this quarter on up to $1,500 in combined purchases at Amazon and Target.

    PROGRAM DETAILS:
    You activated to earn 5% Cashback Bonus at Amazon.com and Target from 10/1/17 (or the date on which you activate 5%, whichever is later) through 12/31/17, on up to $1,500 in purchases.

    Amazon.com purchases include those made through the Amazon.com checkout, including digital downloads, Amazon.com gift cards, Amazon Fresh orders, Amazon Local Deals and Amazon Prime subscriptions and items sold by third party merchants through Amazon.com’s marketplace.

    Target purchases include any purchase made online or in-store at Target and SuperTarget. Individual merchants and stand-alone stores within physical Target locations may not be eligible in this category.

    Purchases made using third-party payment accounts, tap-and-pay, mobile or wireless card readers, virtual wallets or similar technology may not be eligible.

    Rewards are added to your Cashback Bonus account within two billing periods. See Cashback Bonus Program Terms and Conditions for more information about your rewards.

    Listed merchants are in no way sponsoring or affiliated with this program. Amazon, the Amazon.com logo and the smile logo are trademarks of Amazon or its Affiliates. Target, SuperTarget and the Bullseye Design are registered trademarks of Target Brands, Inc.


    For those of you who have a local Kroger:

    IF Target accepts GC’s as payment for the 10% promo GC’s again this year (they did last year), go to Kroger and buy $270 worth of Target GC’s, then go to Target and buy $300 worth of Target GC’s with the GC’s just purchased at Kroger.

    The Kroger purchase earns 4x fuel points = 1080 points = $1 off per gallon, max. 35 gal., effectively bringing your spend down to $235 if you use all 35 gal (fill up multiple vehicles in one transaction, if necessary).

    Additionally, if you have an AMEX Blue Everyday, you get 6% CB; however, this is not significant if you have a Target REDcard or Discover Card.



  • Pretty sure Target does not allow GCs to purchase GCs. I think using Discover is the best bet.



  • So, for those of us who are interested in more than $300, what are the restrictions? Can you “Target hop” and still purchase more than $300? I’m thinking about maxing my Discover CB. Can I do $270 online and then multiple $300 (get back in line or whatever) at a single Target? Should I send my wife to another Target with her Discover? What has been everyone’s experience in the past?



  • @yoregano said in 10% off Target Gift Cards @Target on Dec 3:

    Pretty sure Target does not allow GCs to purchase GCs. I think using Discover is the best bet.

    I have bought Target gift cards in store with prepaid Mastercards, Visas, and Am Ex cards before.


  • Global Moderator

    @mrvietnam said in 10% off Target Gift Cards @Target on Dec 3:

    @yoregano said in 10% off Target Gift Cards @Target on Dec 3:

    Pretty sure Target does not allow GCs to purchase GCs. I think using Discover is the best bet.

    I have bought Target gift cards in store with prepaid Mastercards, Visas, and Am Ex cards before.

    I think the issue with this deal is whether you can buy any GCs with a Target GC (and specifically, if you can pay for these 10% off Target GCs with a Target GC).



  • I paid for a Target gift card ONLINE using a Target gift card. This was 2-3 years ago though when Target was running the same deal. I never tried in store. The cashier probably wouldn’t let you try.



  • buying Target gc with a Target gc online used to work. even when not doable in store, but it was not allowed last time I tried, maybe a year ago.



  • FAQ - Gift Cards

    How do I purchase a Target GiftCard?
    Target GiftCards are available for purchase in store, on Target.com and at other various retailers, and are offered in the following denominations:
    Physical: $5, $10, $15, $25, $30, $40, $50, $75, $100, $200, $500, $1000
    Mobile and eGiftCard: $5, $10, $15, $25, $30, $40, $50, $75, $100, $200

    • In Store
      You can purchase physical Target GiftCards at any Target store during checkout.
    • Target.com
      Physical, mobile and Target eGiftCards can be purchased on Target.com by following these steps:
    1. Visit the Target GiftCards page.
    2. Select your gift card design.
    3. Select your gift card denomination.
    4. Choose your delivery method:
    • e-mail: Target eGiftCard sent via email, usually within 4 hours.
    • mail: Physical Target GiftCard sent by mail, delivered in 5-7 days.
    • mobile: Target Mobile GiftCard sent via text message to data-enabled mobile device, usually within 4 hours.
    1. Select add to cart.
    2. Select view cart and check out to proceed with checkout.
    • You can edit quantity in cart.

    • Other Retailers

    • Target GiftCards and eGiftCards are available for purchase on Giftcardmall.com. Visit Giftcardmall.com or call 1-877-426-2551.

    • Target GiftCards are distributed at over 10,000 locations nationwide including Kroger®* and Safeway™ grocery stores and Rite Aid® pharmacies. Card assortment will vary by location and distribution partner, but may include $25, $50, $100, open denomination cards ($15–$500) or multipacks ($3–$15).

    Are there any exceptions for purchasing gift cards?

    Target GiftCards can’t be used to purchase the following:

    • American Express, Visa, Mastercard, and iTunes gift cards in store or from Target.com.

    • Specialty gift cards from Target.com, including gift cards for gaming, music and restaurants, such as Xbox and Olive Garden.

    • Target GiftCards from Target.com.

    Once I purchase a third-party gift card from Target, can I use it right away?
    Third-party gift cards purchased at Target are activated at the time of the purchase. However, check your receipt, as some receipts state a 24-hour activation period.


    *The Kroger Family of Companies includes: Kroger, Barclay Jewelers, Baker’s, City Market, Copps, Dillons, Food 4 Less, Foods Co., Fred Meyer, Fred Meyer Jewelers, Fresh Eats, Fry’s Food and Drug, Gerbes, Jay C, King Soopers, Littman Jewelers, Mariano’s, Metro Market, Owen’s, Pay Less Supermarkets, Pick ‘n Save, QFC, Ralphs, Smith’s Food and Drug, Turkey Hill Minit Markets, Kwik Shop, Loaf ‘N Jug, Quik Stop, Tom Thumb Food Stores and Turkey Hill Experience.


    @redbeard25 asked:

    So, for those of us who are interested in more than $300, what are the restrictions? Can you “Target hop” and still purchase more than $300? I’m thinking about maxing my Discover CB. Can I do $270 online and then multiple $300 (get back in line or whatever) at a single Target? Should I send my wife to another Target with her Discover? What has been everyone’s experience in the past?

    It appears that Target.com will restrict gift card purchase savings to $30 (10% of $300) on Sunday; however, reports from purchasers of discounted GC’s last year seem to indicate that YMMV in-store…

    Self-checkout users reported being able to successfully by-pass the $300 restriction, as well as use Target gift cards to pay for Target gift cards (e.g., Kroger-purchased Target GC’s used to purchase Target GC’s at Target, in-store).

    They also recommended not waiting until the last minute to purchase GC’s, as selection may be limited.



  • Live now online!



  • Used target gift cards in store to pay for the discounted target gift cards.



  • You also cannot use the gift card the same day you purchase them. Learned that the hard way today.



  • @brschoppe said in 10% off Target Gift Cards @Target on Dec 3:

    You also cannot use the gift card the same day you purchase them. Learned that the hard way today.

    That’s the way it has always been every year with this deal.



  • It says can’t used target GC to buy 3rd party GC on Target.com, what about in store. Has anyone tried it?



  • @ZenNuts asked:

    It says can’t use target GC to buy 3rd party GC on Target.com, what about in store. Has anyone tried it?

    The absence of the specific language “in-store” when restricting the use of Target GC’s as payment tender to purchase 3rd-party GC’s has led curious shoppers to attempt to purchase such in-store; despite numerous reports about how Target has recently changed its policy disallowing 3rd-party GC purchases with Target GC’s as payment tender, there have been a few reports of successful purchases of eBay, Disney, Starbucks, Xbox, Chipotle, Regal, and Lowe’s GC’s within the past few months.

    Whether the reason for such low reporting is due to limited success (YMMV) or simply to limited attempts is unknown.



  • Anyone seeing their balance on the app? Mine are still showing up $0.00.

    EDIT: Turns out the “add this card to my account” link didn’t automagically add it. When I enter the number/access number everything’s fine.



  • I think Target is running behind: my e-GC’s arrived at 12:08 p.m. CT, despite being scheduled to be active two hours earlier, at 10:00 a.m. CT…

    ETA: 1:42 p.m. CT: just received confirmation that my e-GC’s have been “shipped”.


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