I even struggle to remember to use the coupons that are right next to the product in the store. Anyway, to prevent these sorts of meltdowns and overwhelming bouts of irrational anger at myself, I just don’t clip coupons. It’s a very specific instance where laziness is better for me, and everyone at the store.
So, last week when I received an email about the Target Cartwheel program I stopped reading it about 4% of the way down because it started talking about coupons and I just peaced out. Then, I got stuck sitting at the pharmacy without a book, so I decided to give it a shot because it’s Target and Target is my lovah.
Since I needed to go to Target anyway (because I ALWAYS need to go to Target), I download the Target Cartwheel app to check it out. The app featured a list (with pictures!) of the current offers.
I just had to tap what I wanted and it added the offer to my virtual cart. Then, once I was ready to check out, I showed them my phone and they scanned the barcode to redeem the all the offers.
This is perfect for someone like me because I always have my phone (because I’m so OMG popular or because it has my grocery list on it) and I don’t have to keep up with anything extra. All I have to do is remember to use them once I’m actually at the register. Most of the offers are valid for several weeks, so they can just stay in my cart until that time. I already buy the stuff and spend most of my paycheck at Target anyway, so I’m thankful that they found a way for lazy people like me to save a few pennies (so they can also be spent at Target).
The Target Cartwheel app is available to use on your computer, tablet, iPhone, and Droid. You can also connect it your Facebook account so you can see what your friends are buying and show them your offers. The offers can only be used on in-store purchases, but why would you miss the opportunity to go to Target and spend seven times more than you had initially planned? Additionally, you can stack the offers with other Target discounts, coupons, manufacturers’ coupons, and the REDcard discount. There are 10 offer spots for each guest, but you can gain more as you reach milestones in the amount that you’ve saved ($10, $25, $50…). So, more savings for more savings. Target, you’re the best.
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