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- Joined: Thu Nov 10, 2011 8:51 am
- Location: USA
I don't have the Target Credit Card but I have the Target Red Debt card and quite like it. It basically covers tax for me in store and then gives the added bonus of free shipping online (+ the 5% off). It is easy to get, all they needed was a voided check to attach it to my checking account. I don't belived they pulled my credit, but I could be wrong since it has been a few years. I use the same pin number as my debt card as well.
I love Target and would much rather shop there then at Walmart. I have actually been finding some items at Target cheaper or the same as Walmart prices lately. And then I get the discount.
I am a fan, but that's just my personal opinion.
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