Free $20 Target Gift Card w/ Creation of New Target Wedding Registry (Starts Sunday) – 1st 22,500

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Tying the knot? Then mark your calendar for this Sunday, February 15th! Starting Sunday, the first 22,500 couples to create a new Target Wedding Registry will each snag a FREE $20 Target eGift Card. Note that your registry will need to include a minimum of $500 worth of merchandise to be eligible for the free gift card. The eGift card will be sent via email within 72 hours of creating the registry. I will be sure to post more details on Sunday when this offer goes live!

(Thanks, Beth & Free Stuff Finder!)

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Comments 32

  1. Corey

    Do you know what time it starts

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      I could not find a start time listed on the ad scan – it simply says the offer runs from 2/15/15-2/21/15 or until the first 22,500 couples have registered.

  2. Soinlove6/20/15

    Has anyone gotten amazon gift card yet

    • Nandry


      • Laura


    • Melissa


    • Kelly


    • Samantha

      received my gift card from!!! since I received mine today, they might be given out soon…

  3. jamie

    Do you know if you have to go in the store or can you do it on line

  4. Amanda


  5. Bailey

    I got one a few weeks ago when j registered sent in the mail!

    • Jennifer

      I got a coupon mailed to me too for a free $20 gift card upon starting a registry. The coupon I had didn’t have any minimum dollar requirement though. Since our wedding isn’t until 2016, they let me just enter our names and wedding info to get the gift card, and then we’ll add stuff later!

  6. Nicole

    Aw I just registered this past Sunday! ๐Ÿ˜”

  7. J

    Target just fired 500 people in the Twin Cities.
    Why do Minnesotans continue to support this corporation?

    • Callie

      It sucks, really it does. I do feel for the people they let go in the twin cities here today too. So you’re complaining because they let people go, yet you are saying not to shop there? You realize if we stop supporting them they will have to let more people go? Loss in profits means cut in head count. I don’t think that’s the way to go.

      • Tanya

        I refuse to shop at corporations that put their bottom line before customers and employees. I can assure you that some VP received a bonus to lay off these people
        to save a buck and they won’t lose sleep tonight…

        • Callie

          I apologize in advance,I hate ranting and I don’t come here start trouble. I really just come here for fun and saving money. It’s comments like this that drive me crazy though. I get that we’re all supposed to hate “big evil corporations”. At the same time I get so irritated when people start talking about things they haven’t bothered to read about or understand. Did you even read the story? Their entire Canadian market failed and they had to close ALL the stores in Canada. When you close that many stores, of course you will have to cut a specific amount of employees that go along with supporting that many stores. Some employees they did let go were given 60 day severance packages. A lot of companies give their employees nothing and kick them out the door.

          • Bridget

            Rant away my guess is you also approve of farming out jobs to India, and cheating customers by charging more than the advertised price (see Star Trib headlines).
            Odds are you have never lost a job to poor corporate decision making. Continue **s fits you well !!! Have a great day!

            • Callie

              Oh you’re totally right. You obviously know me. I hate all of humanity. Just a couple of hours ago I made a baby cry after a kicked a puppy. ๐Ÿ˜‰

              • Lynnsy

                Callie, I happen to be in your camp. I worked for target many years ago and I do believe that at a store level they are a very good company. I can’t vouch for what corporate does behind closed doors but they were always very good to us. Any big corporation has to make decisions in order to keep its doors open just the same as small ones. If any of you invest in the stock market then you’re just as much to blame for decisions like these – stockholders are the ones screaming for profits. I work in corporate America, in finance no less, and I see the ugly decisions that have to be made every day. Often it’s sacrifice some to save many. Not pretty but would you rather the entire corporation close and lay off hundreds of thousands of people? If they close its not just store employees out of jobs. It’s the trucking companies they employ, the suppliers that depend on their business, the third party cleaning companies and local maintenence companies. Sorry, but if your answer is to let a big company fail because you believe they’re evil then you’re just as wrong because the impact is wide sweeping

  8. Fernando

    Lying about a wedding is wrong! I am actually having a wedding to I registered.

    • betty

      did anyone say they were lying? WOW

    • sinja

      Poorly functioning companies don’t care about their employees. On a side note I see Target was reported to be screwing customers as well by charging more at register than advertised price. This is not a good corporate citizen. Smoke and mirrors people.

  9. istadia

    How could they know you are lying or not?

    • Sandy

      I heard they give you a lie detector test, and then check your bank statements for proof of wedding purchases, e.g. wedding cake topper and honeymoon lingerie. Once you pass the initial screening, you then must provide a telephone number for where you are having your wedding/reception so they may call to confirm. After this, the $20 gift card will be released to you, but you can only use it to buy candy and Pokemon cards.

      • allison92

        lmao !!! your great

  10. Tracy

    Love Target. I have been laid off by the light company, but I still pay the bill and turn on the lights!!! I get the best deals at Target, I have to support my family the best way I know how, Manufacturer’s coupon, Target Coupon, Cartwheel and Offers? Can’t beat them. Hopefully if we keep shopping with them, we may be able to keep these deals and their employees. Is it possible they had to lay off because a lot of people wouldn’t shop there after the card problem last Christmas? If we don’t continue, they will lay more off, and as you can see, this happened elsewhere also. Highmark this week.
    I have never been charged more at the register than the price listed. If there ever was a mistake with anything, they have always fixed it, such as gift card promotions. KMart is on it’s way out, Penneys, if we don’t shop, how do they stay and how do we continue to save money

  11. wendy

    wonder how we know we got in before the cut off?

  12. MARLEN

    do you know when are you eligible for the gift card? I just registered the wedding registry, add items and then what? do I have to do something else? or just wait for the gift card? Let me know, and besides all the controversy , YOU ARE DOING A GREAT JOBBBB. THANKS FOR ALL YOUR HELP. BY THE WAYYYY, DONT MAKE KIDS CRY JAJA JUST KIDDING, HAVE A WONDERFUL WEEK,

  13. wendy

    just got mine

  14. J

    just got mine also

  15. Amanda

    I never received mine, did anyone else never receive it?

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