Yesterday’s Purchases Are Triggering Target’s 20% Off Coupon

Target has a great Black Friday promotion that I posted a few days ago. Spend $50 or more storewide on Friday 11/24 at Target in-store or online and get 20% off one shopping trip between Nov 28 – Dec 10.

But what’s interesting is that I already received the coupon, probably thanks to yesterday’s purchases of iTunes for that buy one get one 30% deal.

So if you already did any purchases yesterday check your emails for your Target coupon. No need to do any purchases today you didn’t plan to.

Here’s the fine print and exclusions:

Valid one-time use only. Limit one identical coupon per guest. Percent off coupon will apply to all qualifying items in transaction. Cannot be combined with any other Category Coupon. This coupon for use by original recipient only. Void if copied, scanned, altered, transferred, purchased, sold or prohibited by law. Promo code may not be applied to previous orders. Gift cards and tax not included in determining purchase total. No cash value.

*Excludes alcohol, Apple products, Bose, CVS clinic & pharmacy, dairy milk, DSLR cameras & lenses, Duluth Pack, Elf on the Shelf, select games (Cards Against Humanity, Joking Hazard, Exploding Kittens, What Do You Meme, Bears vs. Babies), gift cards, Google products, GoPro, LEGO, LG OLED TV, Mobile contracts, Nintendo hardware & Switch software, Playstation 4, prepaid cards, Pulsar watches, Sonos, Target Optical, Traeger, Tylenol pain relief, Weber, WellieWishers, Xbox One, Xbox One X.

HT: PDXdealsguy

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