It’s Back: The Target REDCard Sign-Up Bonus Offer Returns

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Target REDcard Signup Bonus October 2018

Target REDcard Signup Bonus January 2019

The Target REDcard is valuable for a few reasons and thus is a card worth considering if you often shop at the retailer. REDcard gets you a 5% discount, free 2 day shipping for online orders and an extended return period. While neither the debit nor the credit REDcard normally offer any sort of bonus, Target is once again offering a bonus for a limited time. If you already have the credit card you can sign up for the debit card just to get the coupon ;).

The Offer

Apply for Target Red Debit or Credit Card through February 2, 2019 & Get $25 Off a Future Qualifying Purchase of $100+ (Exclusions Apply).

Target REDcard Signup Bonus October 2018

Key Terms

  • Get a coupon for $25 off a $100 qualifying purchase when you are approved for a debit or credit REDcard in-stores and Target.com until 2/2/19.
  • The coupon will be mailed to approved cardholders with their REDcard and valid until 3/24/19.
  • Excludes alcohol, Apple products, Bose, clinic & pharmacy, dairy milk, DSLR cameras & lenses, Elf on the Shelf, Fitbit, gift cards, Google Home/Mini/Max, GoPro, JBL, LEGO, LG OLED TV, mobile contracts, Nintendo hardware and Switch games, power shave, power dental, prepaid cards, PS4 hardware, Samsung TVs, Sonos, Target Optical, Tile, Traeger, Tylenol pain relief, Vitamix, Weber, and Xbox One hardware.

Apply Online Here 

Conclusion

As I have mentioned before, I have the REDcard debit card and use it occasionally for the 5% discount. The debit card doesn’t require a hard pull, but the credit card does so I would take that into consideration. For those who shop at Target often, the 5% savings plus 2 day shipping can definitely be worth it and it’s also nice to get that $25 discount.

Hat Tip DoC

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Hi Mark,

    You’ve got “2018” as dates for when the coupon will be mailed out, expire etc. im assuming you meant “2019”?

    Thanks!

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