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Target Military Discount for Veterans Day 2021

Save big with the Target military discount for Veterans Day

Target Offering 10% Military Discount Through Veterans Day

Attention military community: Target is offering their 10% discount to military personnel, veterans, and their families from October 31 through November 13, 2021.

From October 31st until November 13th, you are eligible for an extra 10% off of a purchase at Target, either in-store or online off two separate purchases. To claim this discount, you must join Target Circle and verify your military affiliation. Once your eligibility has been verified, a one-time, 10% Target Circle offer will be made available for your use.

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What is Target Circle?

Target Circle comes with a Target.com account, so after you’ve taken advantage of this great offer, you will have many other benefits at your fingertips. The loyalty program is also accessible via the Target app on Apple and Android devices. Outside of this Veteran’s Day offer, membership in this loyalty program comes with extra bonus offers not available to regular shoppers.

Another unique aspect of Target Circle is their community giving, wherein each member of Target Circle can vote to direct Target’s charitable giving to local military organizations and other charities. That’s pretty impressive.

Offer Restrictions

The discount is considered a coupon offer, so there are more than a few restrictions covering items available for purchase and coupon use.

The 10% discount can not be combined with any other coupon and it is limited to one per customer. The discount also excludes the following items:

  • Alcohol
  • Bose items
  • Clinic and pharmacy visits
  • Dairy milk
  • Elf on the Shelf
  • Face masks
  • Gift cards
  • Hasbro games
  • HP products
  • Instant Pots
  • LEGO items
  • Mobile contracts
  • Prepaid cards
  • PlayStation & Xbox consoles
  • Samsung TVs
  • Sony electronics
  • Tylenol pain relief products
  • Unlocked mobile phones

Wow. And that’s not even all the restrictions.

I know what you’re thinking, “But a lot of the items on the restricted list are ones I wanted to buy.” You’re right. I had the same thought until I realized that many of those items that are restricted are part of Target’s Black Friday Deals and the 10% discount cannot be combined with other deals.

Target’s Black Friday Deals

For the entire month of November, Target is offering weekly deals at heavily discounted prices as they ramp up for this year’s holiday shopping market. All the TVs and electronics you were hoping to buy with the Veteran’s Day discount are already being sold for great prices!

The cool thing is, if an item you purchase between October 24th and December 24th goes lower at Target before December 25th, then they will match the price and refund you the difference of the two! That’s awesome!

Head over to Target’s Black Friday Deals and don’t forget to sign up for their weekly reminders and alerts of their sale products.

Holiday Shopping

In closing, this military discount from Target is just one of the many we will bring to your attention as we get closer to Christmas and the Holiday Season. You have earned more than a discount for your service to this country, that is certain. We want to ensure that you can take advantage of every offer and benefit that you deserve.

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(Image courtesy of Target Press Multimedia)


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Robert Haynes is a retired Army infantryman who has a squad of kids and is married to an active duty Soldier. He is a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, who spent his last few years in the Army as a Drill Sergeant. He is now a full-time dad, freelance writer, and out-of-work comedian.

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Julie Provost is a freelance writer, blogger, and owner of Soldier's Wife, Crazy Life, a support blog for military spouses. She lives in Tennessee with her National Guard husband and three boys.