(EXPIRED) Target: Buy $100 Apple Gift Card, get $10 Target Gift Card

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Target is offering a $10 Target Gift Card with the purchase of a $100 Apple Gift Card between Sunday, April 2nd and Saturday, April 8th both in-stores and online.

               See also: $40 off $40 at Target w/ new RedCard Debit Card

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The Deal

  • Buy a $100 Apple Gift Card at Target in-store or online Sunday, April 2nd and Saturday, April 8th and get a free $10 Target Gift Card.

Direct Link to Offer (starts April 2nd)

Key Terms

  • $10 Target GiftCard when you spend $100 or more on Apple gift cards.
  • Redemption limit one gift card per guest.
  • Your account will be charged the amount of the qualifying item reduced by a Target discount in an amount equal to the amount of the gift card, and a separate charge for the amount of the gift card will be assessed.
  • Offer starts 4/2/23 and expires 4/8/2023 at 11:59pm PT.

Quick Thoughts

In-store, it’s usually possible to get multiple gift cards by doing multiple transactions. It’s also possible to repeatedly load the $10 Target credit onto the same gift card so that you have a more usable (or resellable) amount on one card instead of several.

Do note that if you buy the Apple GC online, the $10 Target gift cards will be locked to your personal account and so you won’t be able to resell or combine them. Even online, it’s often possible to buy more than one card.

If you pay with a Target RedCard, you’ll get an additional 5% off or you also get 5x Ultimate Rewards or 5% back if pay with a Chase Freedom or Freedom Flex card via PayPal.

(h/t: GC Galore)

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At $20 off, I was a buyer. $10 off, meh…


Do you know if there is a quantity limit?