One of my favorite places to shop is Target!
Whether I am looking for home decorations, paper towels, new mascara, or a comfy cozy sweater, I can always find what I am looking for at Target. (and what I’m not looking for.) .
It’s funny that walking into Target with a list almost always means that I will leave with $200 worth of stuff I didn’t need, and yet forget to buy the things on my list… The other day I went to Target because I needed bleach to clean my house, I came out with a whole new line up of hair care products, fortunately, I did remember the bleach though 😉
Several years ago (like 18, wow I’m getting old!) I signed up for a Target Red Card. It was one of the best decisions I have ever made. Over the years, I have saved so much money due to the 5% off discount, as well as the free shipping when shopping online.
Maybe you are not interested in opening up a new credit card, and I don’t blame you, having too many credit cards does not show up well on your credit report. Target Red Card also offers a Debit Card option. It links to your existing checking account and you can make cash withdrawals at checkout up to $40.
Which REDcard is right for you?
- Links to your existing checking account.
- Cash withdrawal at checkout up to $40.
- View transactions & manage your PIN at Target.com/myREDcard.
- Charge your Target purchases in-store & at Target.com.
- Receive a monthly bill.
- Check balance, make payments & review statements at Target.com/myREDcard.
Get $25 off a future qualifying purchase of $100 or more when you’re approved for a REDcard. Now through February 2.
As always, no pressure, but if you decide to get a Red Card let me know in the comment section below!