Earn a $15 Target Gift Card When You Spend $50 on Household Goods

This Target deal ends on February 29th, so act fast.

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Now through February 29th, you can earn a $15 gift card when you spend $50 or more on household essentials at Target. It’s basically free money for stuff you’re going to use anyway.

You can redeem this promo in-store or online at Target.com. If you opt for the online route, however, you’ll still need to pick up your purchases at a physical Target location (or use Drive Up).

And for in-store shoppers, you’ll need to use the coupon in the “Wallet” section of the Target app.

Check Deal at Target

This deal is good for a wide range of household products, including paper towels, laundry care, household cleaning and tools, dish care, trash bags, air fresheners and more.

In the past, similar deals have allowed shoppers to use the gift card coupon first and Cartwheel and manufacturer coupons after to get the best deal possible. And don’t forget you can save an additional 5% if you use a Target REDcard.

For more Target deals, check out our Target Store Page or set a Deal Alert. Plus, you can check out one of our most popular Frontpage deals from Target here:

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Ashley Eneriz

Ashley Eneriz is a personal finance writer based in Southern California. She loves a good deal and is not afraid to dig through a thrift store to score amazing finds. When not writing about money, she is taking care of her three girls, homeschooling, or stuck with her nose in a book.

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