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Target Circle: Spend $50+ on Select Household Essentials & Receive EXPIRED

$15 Target GC
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Target offers its Circle Members (free to join): $15 Target Gift Card (email delivery) w/ $50+ Purchase of Select Household Essentials when you save the Target Circle Offer to your account. Select free store pickup where stock permits.

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Note: $15 Target Gift Card will be automatically added to cart when you "save" offer and add $50+ in eligible/qualifying products. Pricing and availability for store pickup may vary by location.

Deal Instructions
  1. Log in to your Target Circle Account
  2. Save the following offer to your account:
  3. Add $50+ in Household Essentials to cart
    • Example Categories:
      • Laundry care
      • Air care
      • Trash bags
      • Food storage
      • Bath tissue
      • Paper towels
      • Facial tissue
      • Cleaning and Cleaning Tools
      • Dish Detergents
  4. $15 Target Gift Card will be automatically added to cart when you add $50+ in eligible/qualifying products
  5. Proceed to checkout and complete your order

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  • About this deal:
    • Limit one coupon/offer per guest. No other same department/category coupon will apply.
    • Valid only for pickup orders or in store.
    • Offer expires August 20, 2022.
    • This matches our previous frontpage deal from earlier in the month.
  • About this store:
    • Sign-up for Target RedCard to save an additional 5%, receive free shipping, and attain an extended return period.
  • Refer to the forum thread for additional deal discussion.
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*Starts August 14-20, 2022* - Not Active Yet

Note, may use Target REDcard for 5% discount w/ your order
Must clip/add the Target Circle [target.com] offer under your account when active

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I've noticed it's not just target, but grocery stores, and many other stores are constantly running big promotions like this. This is essentially the third week in a row for target doing big gift cards on household goods (15 on 50, then $10 on 40, now $15 on 50 again)

My theory is because everything is going up in price, big chain stores are eating the bullet with gift cards or buy 1 get 1 frees to get people accustomed to the new higher prices on everything and then when they feel people are accustomed, will slowly roll back/reduce the promotions

I think my theory is most easily view with bacon. Which would regularly cost 5.99 a pound, less on sale, 8.99 would be the "fancy" bacon. But now every week for the last 4-5 weeks bacon is b1g1 but the bacon costs 9.99+ Per package. So while it might cost $5/pound with the non stop promos in our heads we think "oh I buy 2 it's only 5" then when we do that enough, well get accustomed to seeing and equating to the "regular price of 9.99+" when bacon goes "on sale" for 8.99 or 7.99 a pound we will think it's a deal and accept the inflated prices.

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I've noticed it's not just target, but grocery stores, and many other stores are constantly running big promotions like this. This is essentially the third week in a row for target doing big gift cards on household goods (15 on 50, then $10 on 40, now $15 on 50 again)

My theory is because everything is going up in price, big chain stores are eating the bullet with gift cards or buy 1 get 1 frees to get people accustomed to the new higher prices on everything and then when they feel people are accustomed, will slowly roll back/reduce the promotions

I think my theory is most easily view with bacon. Which would regularly cost 5.99 a pound, less on sale, 8.99 would be the "fancy" bacon. But now every week for the last 4-5 weeks bacon is b1g1 but the bacon costs 9.99+ Per package. So while it might cost $5/pound with the non stop promos in our heads we think "oh I buy 2 it's only 5" then when we do that enough, well get accustomed to seeing and equating to the "regular price of 9.99+" when bacon goes "on sale" for 8.99 or 7.99 a pound we will think it's a deal and accept the inflated prices.

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Paper towel and toilet paper are not included?
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Quote from emailmiketoday :
I've noticed it's not just target, but grocery stores, and many other stores are constantly running big promotions like this. This is essentially the third week in a row for target doing big gift cards on household goods (15 on 50, then $10 on 40, now $15 on 50 again)

My theory is because everything is going up in price, big chain stores are eating the bullet with gift cards or buy 1 get 1 frees to get people accustomed to the new higher prices on everything and then when they feel people are accustomed, will slowly roll back/reduce the promotions

I think my theory is most easily view with bacon. Which would regularly cost 5.99 a pound, less on sale, 8.99 would be the "fancy" bacon. But now every week for the last 4-5 weeks bacon is b1g1 but the bacon costs 9.99+ Per package. So while it might cost $5/pound with the non stop promos in our heads we think "oh I buy 2 it's only 5" then when we do that enough, well get accustomed to seeing and equating to the "regular price of 9.99+" when bacon goes "on sale" for 8.99 or 7.99 a pound we will think it's a deal and accept the inflated prices.

[end conspiracy noises]
Promotions like this was very common before covid at target or other retailers. They are just back to the normal marketing scheme but getting less items.
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Can this be stacked with target 10 off 30 in-store?
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Have not shopped at Target for awhile. Anyone knows the dollar rule of such promotion? Like $50+ may still work if I just spend $49.98 even if it's just a few cents short.
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Quote from benben60208 :
Have not shopped at Target for awhile. Anyone knows the dollar rule of such promotion? Like $50+ may still work if I just spend $49.98 even if it's just a few cents short.
In my experience you have to meet the minimums on these things. For sure if you shop online. But you could always get a cheap filler item like a dish scrubbing pad or a small box of sandwich bags. WORD OF ADVICE if you shop in store, make sure the price on the shelf is the same at checkout. When they did 10 off 40 I got charged more at checkout. Customer service was helpful fixing it though.
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Amazon is offering $15 off $50 (discount not a GC) purchase of select household items.

May be able to stack 25% off subscribe and save offers on things like febrerze plug in 3 pack or other items.

https://www.amazon.com/promotion/...U9MAFAEFY3
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Quote from Oliver744 :
Amazon is offering $15 off $50 (discount not a GC) purchase of select household items.

May be able to stack 25% off subscribe and save offers on things like febrerze plug in 3 pack or other items.

https://www.amazon.com/promotion/...U9MAFAEFY3
Ooh even better! Thx, rep'd.
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Paper towel and toilet paper are not included?
I see paper towels and toilet paper in the eligibile list in my app.
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Still a rip off!
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I've noticed it's not just target, but grocery stores, and many other stores are constantly running big promotions like this. This is essentially the third week in a row for target doing big gift cards on household goods (15 on 50, then $10 on 40, now $15 on 50 again)

My theory is because everything is going up in price, big chain stores are eating the bullet with gift cards or buy 1 get 1 frees to get people accustomed to the new higher prices on everything and then when they feel people are accustomed, will slowly roll back/reduce the promotions

I think my theory is most easily view with bacon. Which would regularly cost 5.99 a pound, less on sale, 8.99 would be the "fancy" bacon. But now every week for the last 4-5 weeks bacon is b1g1 but the bacon costs 9.99+ Per package. So while it might cost $5/pound with the non stop promos in our heads we think "oh I buy 2 it's only 5" then when we do that enough, well get accustomed to seeing and equating to the "regular price of 9.99+" when bacon goes "on sale" for 8.99 or 7.99 a pound we will think it's a deal and accept the inflated prices.

[end conspiracy noises]
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Crazy how inflation is getting to people. Huggies diaper at Costco used to be $44 and now it is $54 something.
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