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Target Cartwheel: 6oz Snappers Chocolate Pretzel Snacks for $1.99 + Free Store Pickup

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Target [target.com] has 6oz Snappers Chocolate Pretzel Snacks on sale for $1.99 w/ this Cartwheel Offer [target.com] (see steps below). Select free store pickup where available.

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary. You can order multiples and still get the discount.

Steps
  1. Click here [target.com] to sign in to Cartwheel
  2. Add the 50% Off Cartwheel Coupon [target.com] to your account
  3. Add to 6oz Snappers Chocolate Pretzel Snacks to cart
  4. Select free store pickup
  5. Total should be $1.99 (or $1.89 with Target REDcard)
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I am confused. What does it mean "Free Store Pickup". Why would picking up something from a store have a pickup charge to it?
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I am confused. What does it mean "Free Store Pickup". Why would picking up something from a store have a pickup charge to it?
Because they assemble the order ready for you, so you do not have to spend you time looking around the store. It is a convenience fee, a trade off.
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I am confused. What does it mean "Free Store Pickup". Why would picking up something from a store have a pickup charge to it?
To me, it means free to pick up in store but not free to get it ship (if you don't have a target red card). It could just be "pick up in store" but sounds better with "free" being included. 🤷🏽 ♀️
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Because they assemble the order ready for you, so you do not have to spend you time looking around the store. It is a convenience fee, a trade off.
In that case should it not be "free order assembly with in store pickup"?
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In that case should it not be "free order assembly with in store pickup"?
Could be, but too long, to my mind.
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In that case should it not be "free order assembly with in store pickup"?
IKEA charges $5 Please
It's just $5 to use Click & Collect https://www.ikea.com/ms/en_US/ser...r/cnc.html
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