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Everything You Need to Know About Target Circle

Loyal Target aficionados have probably already noticed changes are afoot at the popular store. That’s because Target Cartwheel has been replaced by Target Circle. While Target Circle offers some of the same features as Cartwheel, it also has a few new features. In this guide, we’ll share the must-know information.

How to Join Target Circle

Target Circle is free and easy to join. If you had Cartwheel, have the Target RedCard, or have a account, Target has already hooked you up for an account. If you don’t have an account yet, you can register on the Target website, get a RedCard, or give your phone number when you check out.

How to Use Target Circle

To redeem offers, add them to your account online or through your mobile app. You may choose to select the offers before your shopping trip or as you shop.

When it’s time to checkout, you can scan your Wallet, scan the barcode in the app, enter your phone number, or pay with the RedCard linked to your account. If you forget to do this at checkout, you can also scan your receipt through the app.

You can also use Target Circle online when you shop through your account.

Benefits of Target Circle

Target Circle offers quite a few benefits. Here are some of the most notable features.

Target Circle Offers

Target Circle offers are like Cartwheel offers. You can peruse a variety of coupons and discounts, helping you save money when you shop.

Personalized Offers

In addition to standard offers, Target Circle also offers personalized offers. These offers take into account your shopping history to provide you with deals you might like. Plus, Target Circle also offers a special birthday treat!

1% Reward

RedCard holders still receive a 5% discount, which trumps the 1% reward offer. However, if you do not use a RedCard, using Target Circle can earn you a 1% reward on your purchases.

Vote on Giving

When you shop using Target Circle, you can also earn votes to help Target decide what charities to donate to. That seems like a good excuse for a quick shopping trip, if you ask us!

What Target Circle feature are you looking forward to most? Let us know in the comments section!

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