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Target.com [Store Locator] offers for Friday, 11/24/17 Only: Spend $50 or More Storewide and Get 20% Off One Shopping Trip between November 28 and December 10, 2017. Some exclusions apply. Thanks persian_mafia

Note: $50 purchase must be made in a single transaction in-stores on 11/24/217 between 12:01 AM local time and store close or online 11/24/2017 starting at midnight PST until 11:59 PM PST. Qualifying online guests will receive coupon via email on 11/25/2017.
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  • Target reserve the right to cancel coupon if the online order is canceled. The $50 qualifying purchase will be calculated after all the other discounts applied. CVS pharmacy, clinic and Target optical are excluded from qualification. Limit one 20% off coupon per guest. Some exclusions apply.
  • Target REDcard entitles you to 5% off most items, free shipping for online orders, and an extended return period. -Corwin

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Your $50 purchase must be made in a single transaction in-stores on 11/24/217 between 12:01 AM local time and store close or online 11/24/2017 starting at midnight PST until 11:59 PM PST. Qualifying online guests will receive coupon via email on 11/25/2017. Target reserve the right to cancel coupon if the online order is canceled. The $50 qualifying purchase will be calculated after all the other discounts applied. CVS pharmacy, clinic and Target optical are excluded from qualification. Limit one 20% off coupon per guest. Some exclusions apply.

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Last Edited by epicd2012 November 24, 2017 at 07:55 AM
You can EARN the 20% off coupon by purchasing $50 in Target OR third-party gift cards (must be $50 after discounts). However, you cannot REDEEM the 20% off coupon toward the purchase of gift cards.

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How to EARN the 20% off Coupon:

Spend $50 get a 20% email coupon. You can purchase gift cards to qualify for this deal. Your $50 purchase must be made in a single transaction on 11/24/17 starting at midnight PST until 11:59pm PST. Qualifying online guests will receive coupon via email on 11/25/17. Target reserves the right to cancel coupon if the online order is cancelled. The $50 qualifying purchase will be calculated after all other discounts are applied. Limit one 20% off coupon per guest. CVS pharmacy, clinic and Target optical are excluded from qualification.

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How to REDEEM the 20% off Coupon:

Coupon valid at Target or Target.com 11/28/17–12/10/17

Category Coupon. Valid one-time use only. Limit one identical coupon per guest. Percent off coupon will apply to all qualifying items in transaction. Cannot be combined with any other Category Coupon. This coupon for use by original recipient only. Void if copied, scanned, altered, transferred, purchased, sold or prohibited by law. Promo code may not be applied to previous orders. Gift cards and tax not included in determining purchase total. No cash value.

*Excludes alcohol, Apple products, Bose, CVS clinic & pharmacy, dairy milk, DSLR cameras & lenses, Duluth Pack, Elf on the Shelf, select games (Cards Against Humanity, Joking Hazard, Exploding Kittens, What Do You Meme, Bears vs. Babies), gift cards, Google products, GoPro, LEGO, LG OLED TV, Mobile contracts, Nintendo hardware & Switch software, Playstation 4, prepaid cards, Pulsar watches, Sonos, Target Optical, Traeger, Tylenol pain relief, Weber, WellieWishers, Xbox One, Xbox One X.

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Just remember that these exclusions are at the request of the vendor. Target really has no control when it comes to brands like LEGO, Apple and Bose.
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I'm assuming you don't own a business. Have you ever seen a free for all coupon? No. There's always limitations because there are always those who try to abuse the coupon.
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Likely to exclude consoles but include games.
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Can't find the ad, can you post the exclusions?
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Can't find the ad, can you post the exclusions?

Exclusions will be in the coupon which will get sent through email. It's not in the AD. Most likely LEGO will be one of them. Will update later with more details.
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I can sure use 20 percent off Xbox one x console.
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I can sure use 20 percent off Xbox one x console.
Likely to exclude consoles but include games.
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It's probably gonna be the same terms as the registry coupons...
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I tend to agree with the feeling that most of the things that you'd really want (the things that don't usually go on sale) will be excluded. But maybe I'm just jaded.
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Anyone know if its good on groceries? Wouldn't be a bad deal if you're getting your holiday grocery shopping done and stack it with red card. I typically spend around $400 so it could save me a solid $100 on my bill.
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Anyone know if its good on groceries? Wouldn't be a bad deal if you're getting your holiday grocery shopping done and stack it with red card. I typically spend around $400 so it could save me a solid $100 on my bill.
Has every other year. Exclusions are the usual stuff like apple, Nintendo,gift cards alcohol, but almost everything else is good
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