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This was posted yesterday but then that deal expired. It's available again. Pickup at the store for free or shipping starts at $35

https://www.target.com/p/nitrile-...A-51666664
No free shipping with Red Card, still requires $25 for shipping. Not sure if the $25 threshold applies to non Red Card holders or not.
Just fyi, not a complaint.
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Ugh. I hate that $25 minimum. Can never find enough things on sale to reach it. And you can't pull the old "buy extra and return it to store" trick anymore. Seems like a waste of my red card.
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Ugh. I hate that $25 minimum. Can never find enough things on sale to reach it. And you can't pull the old "buy extra and return it to store" trick anymore. Seems like a waste of my red card.
I heard people mention to add a pre order game to your cart and check out and then after the gloves ship you cancel the pre order game.
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What thickness?
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What thickness?
Asked the same yesterday. These are likely 1-2 mil since reviewers say they tear pretty easily. That's a deal killer for me.
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Ugh. I hate that $25 minimum. Can never find enough things on sale to reach it. And you can't pull the old "buy extra and return it to store" trick anymore. Seems like a waste of my red card.
What happens to that the old "buy extra and return it to store" trick?
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Just buy more and get free shipping. These are one-time use, and you can expect to use them very frequently nowadays.
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What happens to that the old "buy extra and return it to store" trick?
No stores are accepting returns, at least around me.
It's getting silly; I was charged for six cases of seltzer by the cashier, when I only had five.

Didn't notice until I checked my receipt in the car.
Went back in to get an adjustment and the service desk was like "Well, we aren't doing returns, so just go pick up another case." LOL.
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Just buy more and get free shipping. These are one-time use, and you can expect to use them very frequently nowadays.
Even though this is considered a slick deal, because prices are inflated and supply is low; I imagine a 100 pack will last me a year. Hopefully by that time paying $8 for a box of gloves will seem as non-slick as it did three months ago.
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Like Amazon, lots of stores are using this as an opportunity to rape the consumer. The stores by me that aren't accepting returns are WM, Target and BJ's. WM basically says to come back "when this is over" (hoping you'll forget about it) and BJ's is no returns, period. Not sure about Target. Hd/Lowes are still accepting returns AFAIK.
Their policy of "come back when this is over" is fine by me. Fewer errands, less contact for their employees. It makes perfect sense, unless you are strapped for cash or have something really expensive.

As a store employee, do you want to accept a return, opened, no idea of where it's been, or in an infected home? It would be a breeding ground for outbreaks.
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Their policy of "come back when this is over" is fine by me. Fewer errands, less contact for their employees. It makes perfect sense, unless you are strapped for cash or have something really expensive.
"When it's over" is who knows when. You're telling me it's totally OK to interact with customers, employees coming in/out and it's acceptable to treat every customer that comes to the desk with items as if they had the plague? No, especially when it might be a big $$$ item. Imagine buying a TV for $1k and they tell you come back when this is over, who knows when, and get your $1k or new TV back.
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"When it's over" is who knows when. You're telling me it's totally OK to interact with customers, employees coming in/out and it's acceptable to treat every customer that comes to the desk with items as if they had the plague? No, especially when it might be a big $$$ item. Imagine buying a TV for $1k and they tell you come back when this is over, who knows when, and get your $1k or new TV back.
You can dispute it if it bothers you so much. Equating the need to return something to getting groceries or items that have been (hopefully) mostly clean, and new, is BS.

You clearly value your convenience, your needs, over the employees' health. Feel sorry for you.
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