I have a super super super duper credit number but took a fart on two consecutive payments past due. Overpaid $800 by sending a payment twice on balance. Took +3 months to get a check sent. card went to ~34%!!!!! Let it ride folks. No the worst card I have ever owned but very close. Defiantly a joke interest rate. They could really put the screws to someone without means.
If you have a card and want your 5%,............walk from checkout directly to CS for payment!
And, I can tell you how Sears sucks when you make a purchase on a card the look-up on their system. Nasty letter received,..........sent to old address from 5 years back,...........I stopped into store multiple times to find out why I wasn't receiving bill.................Nasty letter,...........why don't they call or mail to current address on bill................
Off my soap box!
Off to the store. Good price
I never carry a balance and haven't paid a finance charge in years.
Hell, my Amex Blue actually pays me over $1000 per year for using it.
I don't expect that anyone who pays their bill in full every month should have an issue using the Target card for the 5% discount.
Once got caught by something similar - had a reimbursed move and had run up the CC - got the reimbursement and called CC company. Checked on the payoff for five days later (guessing mail time) and sent the payment with a note. VERY BAD. It turns out the processing centers typically check the weight of the envelope when it comes in, and if it weighs more than a check and the bill stub they put it in a "further processing" stack that typically takes 5 business days more. I didn't know that, had to pay over $2,000 AGAIN, and it took months to clear up everything as I "missed" a payment. Of course phone/online payments make that scenario easier to avoid these days, but just thought I'd give people a heads up.
Always be careful when their mistake is your problem - like with "missing" rebate applications. It causes perverse incentives, and on a huge scale was a major reason (not the only) for the housing implosion.
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Swung by my local store. None on the shelf, but showed in stock on the Target app. Asked customer service and they got me one out of the back. Apparently the endcap was not setup correctly. Thanks for posting!
To all the yahoos whining about actually paying for cartridges, I challenge any one of you to provide proof of being able to get quality razors even close to free any time in the past 2 years. You can often get the cheap disposables that way but these Schick Hydro 5 are some of the better razors available and I haven't seem them any cheaper than around $6 per 4-pack for months. Back in the day, you could combine coupons and rewards from the drug stores (CVS, Walgreens) and get them free, but those deals are long gone. For $10 you get a total of 6 cartridges (razor comes with 2), the razor and a can of shaving cream. I would argue that matches up with the best sale prices you can get these for any other time. If they end up dropping to $5, even better, but my local store was down to just a couple left so I would say that's going to be a highly YMMV type of deal. So anyone on the fence, I would recommend picking up one or two while you can get them; the price really is a good deal even at $10.
Thanks OP. I've used one Hydro 5 for about 4 months and it still cuts close and smooth and I need to shave about every other day. That one was a freebie. Now I have refills and a new razor. I also had a coupon to get the Hydro 5 razor for free which ended up paying me $3.78 to take it out of the store! So technically I got the gift sets for just over $8 each, plus the free razor.
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