Target Military Discount 

While Target does not offer a year-round military discount, military members, veterans and military family members can save 10% in-store and on during select periods of the year, according to the retailer’s website. 
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Target is a big-box store that offers a variety of home goods and – in some locations – groceries. Customers can shop in-store or use Target’s website for home delivery or pickup orders.

Military members have several options to save money while shopping at Target.

Is There a Military Discount at Target?

Target does not offer a year-round military discount. However, military members, veterans and military family members can save 10% in-store and on during select periods of the year, according to the retailer’s website.

Target Fourth of July Military Discount

Target’s Fourth of July military discount is available from June 26 to July 4 each year.

During this time, military service members, veterans and their families receive up to 10% off two separate online or in-store transactions.

Target Veterans Day Military Discount

Target’s military discount for Veterans Day is available from Oct. 30 – Nov. 12. During this time, military service members, veterans and their families can take 10% off their total purchase while shopping in-store and online.

Target Military Discount Eligibility

All active-duty, National Guard and reserve service members, veterans and their families qualify for a 10% Target military discount during these promotional periods.


How to Get a Military Discount at Target

Target’s versatile app stores savings and coupons for Target Circle members.

Military members, students and teachers can verify their discount eligibility by signing into

How to Add Your Target Military Discount to the App:

First, sign into a Target Circle account via the website (You can’t confirm your status on the app).

Once you’re logged in, go to “Account,” then “Settings,” and click “I’m a service member or dependent.” Then, verify your name, birthday, branch and service status and click “Verify.”

Once verified, you’ll see your 10% military discount in your Target Circle dashboard when you log in online or use the mobile app.


Target Military Discount 2022 Exclusions

Target’s military discount policy does not apply to these items, according to the website:

  • Alcohol
  • Dairy milk
  • Select items, including:
    • Some electronics and video game systems
    • Face masks
    • Specific toys like Disney Frozen Castle and LEGO
    • Specific brands like Bose, Instant Pot and more.

Always verify an item is eligible for a military discount before you finalize your purchase.


More Ways to Save at Target

Target’s military discount is only available at certain times of the year, but there are other ways to save money at Target.

Target Deal Days

Target Deal Days is a three-day event featuring online and in-store savings on thousands of items.

The pre-Black Friday sale competes with other popular sale events, like Amazon Prime Days. Anything you purchase during this period receives Target’s Holiday Price Match Guarantee. So, if you find the same item at a lower price through Dec. 24, Target will price-match it.

Target RedCard

Target shoppers can save 5% on qualifying purchases with their RedCard.

The card comes in two forms:

  • A Target RedCard debit card linked to your bank account
  • A Target RedCard credit card, which requires an application for approval.

Use your RedCard at checkout when stopping in-store or online.

If you have the Target app, you can save your RedCard details in the app’s “wallet” section, then have a cashier scan your wallet barcode at checkout.

Does Target Ship to APO and FPO Addresses?

Yes, Target ships to APO and FPO addresses, but restrictions apply. The retailer won’t ship:

  • Food
  • Excessively heavy or oversized items
  • Products sent directly from the manufacturer
  • Products with lithium-ion batteries
  • Some cosmetics and fragrances.

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    • Brittany Crocker says

      Hey Phillip, first download the Target Circle app and create an account, then login to that account on your computer (instead of your phone, just this once!) When you’re logged in, follow the instructions under “How to Add Your Target Military Discount to the App” in the article above to get it to work on your account.


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