(Now Live!) 15% Off Future Target Trip for Spending $10

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15% Off Future Target Trip for Spending $10 on Back 2 School

There is a pretty awesome deal happening at Target this weekend for anyone that still has some back to school shopping left.  Even if you don’t you should buy $10 worth of school supplies to get that 15% off coupon! It looks like the offer is good for this weekend only.

Details of the Offer

The details for the offer is as follows:

  • On Saturday 8/24 & Sunday 8/25 spend $10 on school supplies to unlock the offer.
    • The spend must be made in a single transaction.
    • The $10 qualifying purchase will be calculated after all other discounts have been applied. Excludes CVS Pharmacy, clinic and Target Optical.
    • Limit one 15% off coupon per guest.
  • Get 15% off a future shopping trip in stores only between Sept. 3-14.

If it is a regular Target coupon you should be able to use each one twice since they normally work once online and then once in the store.

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Final Thoughts

This is a pretty good deal and I plan on having myself and my wife take advantage of it.  I don’t see any kind of limit put on the coupon so that 15% could bring you a lot more value back than the $10 you initially spend if you use it right.

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2 COMMENTS

    • Not sure on that – here is what they had as exclusions on another coupon I had from them.

      Gift Cards
      Prepaid Cards
      Alcohol
      Milk
      Select baby brands
      Levi’s Red Label
      LEGO
      Bose
      JBL
      Sonos
      Apple
      Fitbit
      Tile
      Google Products
      LG OLED, Samsung TVs
      GoPro
      DSLR cameras & lenses
      Nintendo, PS4, XBOX One hardware & Switch games
      Simple Human
      Traegar
      Harry’s
      Tylenol & Motrin

      I would assume the same or very similar.

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