10% Off Target Coupon for Military Members, Veterans & Families | Ends Today
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Target is thanking Military Members & Veterans!
November is a pretty sweet month to save if you’re a veteran! Today, November 13th only, Target invites all Military Personnel, Veterans, and their families to score a rare 10% off two-time use storewide discount coupon in honor of Veteran’s Day – valid both in-store and online! Yep! You read that right! This year you can use the offer TWICE! That’s 10% off your full basket purchases – two separate times! Note some exclusions apply. To receive this offer, simply hop on over here to register & verify eligibility. Once verified, an exclusive, two-time use 10% Target Circle offer will be available to use in-store or online through November 13th. To show gratitude and respect for the services of active duty or retired military staff, many stores offer a military and veterans discount during Veteran’s Day and Veteran’s Day weekend. Find more deals here! Target is taking it a step above by extending this offer to family members, too! If you are a spouse or a dependent of active duty or retired military member of the Military, Reserves, or National Guard you’ll be able to use this 10% discount on one storewide purchase. It’s Target’s way of saying, “Thank YOU for your service, too!” In addition to this 10% discount offer, having military/veteran status will make you eligible for future Target offers for verified military guests that become available all year long. You’ll also be able to cast your vote to direct Target’s community giving funds to over 30 local military organizations and Marine Toys for Tots through the end of 2021.
This military savings is now in its fifth year at Target and is one example of Target’s longstanding commitment to demonstrating its gratitude to members of the military, veterans, and their families.