My REDCard Arrived: How To Save 5% On All Target Purchases And More!

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I just received my new Target REDcard by American Express in the mail and I am really excited to max out the benefits of this new card in 2015! In order to get approved for a REDcard by American Express Serve, you need to cancel your BlueBird account, so I didn’t take this step lightly. The REDcard comes with great savings at Target and the ability to reload the card directly at the cash register with your credit card of choice.

 How To Save 5% On All Target Purchases

How To Save 5% On All Target Purchases

  • The REDcard is free
  • You can load up to $5,000 per month onto this REDcard for free ($2,500 per visit) and earn points and miles while doing so when you use your credit card!
  • Plus, you’ll get 5% off your Target purchases

What States Sell REDcard from Target

You can always check the what states sell REDcard from Target by checking here or by checking the discussion over at FlyerTalk. But as of this post, REDcard can be found in the following states:

  • Alabama
  • Arizona
  • Colorado
  • Indiana
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Mississippi
  • New Mexico
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio – reports are for the city of Cleveland only
  • Oklahoma
  • Pennsylvania
  • South Carolina
  • Tennessee
  • Virginia
  • Wisconsin

Bottom Line

RED is the new Blue. I traded in my BlueBird account for a REDcard account and couldn’t be more excited about the benefits including 5% off every purchase at Target and the ability to load the card directly at the register. Check your state to see if the REDcard is available in your state or a state you’ll be visiting, because you can always pick one up while you are on the road.

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Comments

  1. Be forewarned – your credit card company is likely to flag any reload as fraudulent activity unless you call them first. I’ve had this issue with Amex and Chase multiple times. Be ready to spend 15 mins or more trying to load the permitted $2500 per day

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