A TARGET worker has revealed a series of insider tips on how shoppers can save money and get cashback.
Kaitlin Sonday, of Nebraska, told The Sun that customers can still access discounts – even if they left their physical Red Card at home.
Sonday, who works in the beauty section, said if shoppers buy an item but notice its price has reduced days later, staff will give refund the difference between the purchase price and sale price.
She said: “Shoppers can either get cashback or will receive a gift card with the difference.”
Target fans just have to bring in their receipt as proof of purchase.
But, she warned that shoppers need to bring the item in-store as they will be unable to get cashback online.
The 23-year-old said workers are willing to price match items that are cheaper at a competitor.
She also revealed that customers do not need to carry their Red Card on them to get discounts.
But, Target fans must have the app downloaded on their cell phone.
A Target Red Card is a credit card that can be used in-store and online.
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iPhone users can also add the feature to their Apple Wallet.
Perks include a five per cent discount on purchases, no annual fee, and customers get an extra 30 days discount.
Shoppers can get five per cent off clearance prices and can save the same amount when treating themselves to a Starbucks coffee in-store.
Extra perks include free shipping and access to exclusive offers on special items.
Customers can also save five per cent on specialty gift cards that can be used to get movie tickets and travel.
On the Target website, it says that shoppers can save up to $675 a year on groceries using their Red Card
And, parents of newborns that have a Red Card can apparently save up to $500 in their baby’s first year.
Meanwhile, customers just have a day remaining to take advantage of the retailer’s semi-annual car seat trade-in.
The program, which runs until April 30, will accept old car seats for recycling in exchange for a 20 per cent off coupon.
Target accepts all types of car seats, including infant car seats, convertible car seats, car seat bases, harness or booster car seats, as well as car seats that are expired or damaged.
The coupon can be redeemed against new car seats, strollers, or certain baby gear.
It’s a simple way for parents to save cash at Target just by trading in a car seat their kids no longer have any use for.
Anyone can participate in the program with just a Target app and old car seats lying around.
The Sun has revealed a series of ways Target shoppers can keep more cash in their pockets.
One way is to bring a reusable bag, while shoppers can use their Cartwheel app to save money.
This app features coupons and special discounts on items from almost every department.
You can find coupons all the way up to 50 per cent off, and sometimes even higher.
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