You Can Now Use Target’s Cartwheel To Save Even More With Online And App Pickup Orders
Yet another reason to love Target!
Lately the reasons to love shopping at Target are piling up even more than ever. Not only is Target rolling out a new brand that features many everyday items for just $2, the store is also upgrading the Target shopping experience to include even more ways to save through Cartwheel.
There’s now the option to use Cartwheel discounts when you shop online and request the Order Pickup or Target Drive Up services. So, without even entering a store, you could be saving even more while shopping at Target.
Over the years, Target’s been working to make savings through the Cartwheel app even more accessible. In 2017, the company combined the Cartwheel and Target apps so that Cartwheel savings could be easily accessed from the Target app.
Then, in April of 2018, Target rolled out a Drive Up option in more than 270 stores in the south and southeast. At participating locations, customers who request this service through the Target app can have their purchases brought straight to their car.
And now, Target has combined all of this into one money-saving experience. So, whether you’re shopping in-store or buying online and requesting Order Pickup or Drive Up, you can take advantage of deals offered through Cartwheel.
Cartwheel typically offers 5-50 percent off of items including food, apparel, beauty and more.
Some of the best deals going on now include 20 percent off assorted Halloween candy.
You can also find 20 percent off girls’ leggings just in time to layer up for fall.
And score 20 percent off all Honest beauty products now, so you can transition your skincare routine to fight dry skin this season.
When you select Order Pickup or Drive Up, the Cartwheel offers are applied automatically. So, there’s no need to add discounts to your Target account ahead of time to redeem the offers.
If you need a refresher on best practices for using Cartwheel or you just want to learn ways to get even more out of the app, this video has you covered:
So, who’s ready to start saving more while shopping at Target?
This story originally appeared on Simplemost.