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Target is offering All Prepaid Wireless Phone/Airtime Card (Email Delivery) for $5 Off $50 or More (discount applied when added to cart).

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For those interested, Target [target.com] will be offering $5 off all prepaid airtime cards $50 or higher from AT&T, Tracfone, Cricket Wireless, Boost Mobile, Simple Mobile, T-Mobile, Total Wireless and more. Use REDcard [target.com] for an additional 5% off. Last time a similar deal was offered was Sept of last year.
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Last Edited by AnciusD January 21, 2022 at 05:28 AM
** These are refill cards for prepaid phone service. ONLY.
You can't use to buy a phone or apply to postpaid account or Fios cable service.
You can't purchase with Target gift cards.
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kmurnan.murnane asked this question on 01-21-2022 at 04:46 AM
01-21-2022 at 10:59 AM
You cannot use Target giftcard to purchase phone cards. I've seen in the past there is a limit of 1 promo per order but you can do multiple orders if they have this limit.
Hello777888 asked this question on 01-23-2022 at 08:13 PM
01-26-2022 at 03:24 AM
You have to add a refill every 90 days to keep the balance from expiring. Add a $100 refill pin and you have a year before it the balance expires.

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These are discounted gift cards. This is well known as one of the best ways to reduce the cost of your prepaid plan.

The AT&T Prepaid 8gb data plan is $300 a year ($25/mo). If you pay for it on ATT using a credit card it's $300 + taxes and fees so like ~$330.

If you buy these giftcards, you avoid the $30 fees as it's assumed they were paid already. Then, you get another $30 discount by buying siz of the $50 Target cards with this deal. Then, another 5% discount ($13.50) with the Red Card discount. The final cost is ~$256/yr, ~$21.30/mo, for AT&T with 8gb of data per month.

Before you say "ah but is cheaper with ". Yes, I'm sure it is. AT&T Prepaid is not the cheapest around. Even so, in my area, AT&T is easily best coverage. I don't face the same deprioritization I did with the other MVNO carriers like Mint. I could save a few dollars per month with another carrier but with drastically worse service.
Or five lines with 10gb per line when grandfathered for $100.

And with these deals, you can get these plans for around $85-88/ month... Better if you can use the Kroger fuel points and the 13% deals that pop up.

With red card, this is 14.5% off, by the way, so Kroger is a slightly better deal with a 2% cash back card, especially when counting the fuel points.
you can get 4 lines for $100 with unlimited data with cricket, plus get these $5 off $50 cards from target.

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these aren't good deals. just get a postpaid plan with a cell phone company and get discounts afterward. that's how I got 4 lines for like $100 with data
you can get 4 lines for $100 with unlimited data with cricket, plus get these $5 off $50 cards from target.
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you can get 4 lines for $100 with unlimited data with cricket, plus get these $5 off $50 cards from target.
Or five lines with 10gb per line when grandfathered for $100.

And with these deals, you can get these plans for around $85-88/ month... Better if you can use the Kroger fuel points and the 13% deals that pop up.

With red card, this is 14.5% off, by the way, so Kroger is a slightly better deal with a 2% cash back card, especially when counting the fuel points.
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these aren't good deals. just get a postpaid plan with a cell phone company and get discounts afterward. that's how I got 4 lines for like $100 with data
These are discounted gift cards. This is well known as one of the best ways to reduce the cost of your prepaid plan.

The AT&T Prepaid 8gb data plan is $300 a year ($25/mo). If you pay for it on ATT using a credit card it's $300 + taxes and fees so like ~$330.

If you buy these giftcards, you avoid the $30 fees as it's assumed they were paid already. Then, you get another $30 discount by buying siz of the $50 Target cards with this deal. Then, another 5% discount ($13.50) with the Red Card discount. The final cost is ~$256/yr, ~$21.30/mo, for AT&T with 8gb of data per month.

Before you say "ah but [carrier] is cheaper with [feature]". Yes, I'm sure it is. AT&T Prepaid is not the cheapest around. Even so, in my area, AT&T is easily best coverage. I don't face the same deprioritization I did with the other MVNO carriers like Mint. I could save a few dollars per month with another carrier but with drastically worse service.
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these aren't good deals. just get a postpaid plan with a cell phone company and get discounts afterward. that's how I got 4 lines for like $100 with data
This is a good deal for the T-Mobile $15 prepaid plan (currently capped at 2.5GB of monthly data) that we have for our two phones. No taxes and fees on the T-mobile side when you pay with these.
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you can get 4 lines for $100 with unlimited data with cricket, plus get these $5 off $50 cards from target.
Plus 5% off on top of that if you use a target red card.
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I got 4 lines with verizon. any phone company that's not the major ones are complete trash
With cricket we have 5 lines for 125 and get unlimited data/5g....ON ATT towers....att actually owns cricket.
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minus all the work and hoops you have to jump through
I think that's the point of Slick Deals....
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These are discounted gift cards. This is well known as one of the best ways to reduce the cost of your prepaid plan.

The AT&T Prepaid 8gb data plan is $300 a year ($25/mo). If you pay for it on ATT using a credit card it's $300 + taxes and fees so like ~$330.

If you buy these giftcards, you avoid the $30 fees as it's assumed they were paid already. Then, you get another $30 discount by buying siz of the $50 Target cards with this deal. Then, another 5% discount ($13.50) with the Red Card discount. The final cost is ~$256/yr, ~$21.30/mo, for AT&T with 8gb of data per month.

Before you say "ah but [carrier] is cheaper with [feature]". Yes, I'm sure it is. AT&T Prepaid is not the cheapest around. Even so, in my area, AT&T is easily best coverage. I don't face the same deprioritization I did with the other MVNO carriers like Mint. I could save a few dollars per month with another carrier but with drastically worse service.
Agreed. That att plan is great and not deprioritized like cricket or other mvnos.
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This is a good deal for the T-Mobile $15 prepaid plan (currently capped at 2.5GB of monthly data) that we have for our two phones. No taxes and fees on the T-mobile side when you pay with these.
How does that compare to Metro? (T-Mobile owns Metro MVNO, like AT&T owns Cricket)
Currently Metro prepaid cards are only sold through Walmart, and once our phones unlock, I want to move to Tmo prepaid so I can get these deals. Walmart CB deals are like never. Chase Freedom moght have a quarter (like last year's Q4) with Walmart, but thats rare. This Target deal comes up every couple of months.

I was on Cricket for 5 years and averaged 13.5% savings using exactly these sales on 4 lines for $100/mo with 10% sale and stack 5% Redcard.

Also, AT&T postpaid won't let me put more than $500 of credit on the account, and you can't add more if you already have a credit. Cricket let's you add as much as you want. Metro was a bit trickier to apply the prepaid cards, but seems to allow adding more with a credit balance. I'm not going to stay, so I am not loading 6 or more months of credit on my account like I did with Cricket and these sales.
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