Target’s gift card deal for baby items is not one to be missed
Babies are ridiculously expensive, right? Every time you turn around, they’re outgrowing (and staining) their clothes, needing more diapers, or graduating on to new baby things, that of course, require you to spend money. No worries — as always, the Big Red Bullseye has your back. Target’s got a sweet gift card promotion going right now, and if you’re in need of baby stuff, you’re going to want to get in on this.
Target’s offering a $20 gift card for every $100 spent on baby items and it’s only good through tomorrow. It’s a deal to pounce on because we all know how sickeningly easy it is to blow $100 on baby things — when my kids were tiny, I could do that on diapers and wipes alone thanks to having two under two.
Now there’s one real quick catch that’s honestly not a big deal — you have to place your order through in-store Order Pickup, Drive Up, or Target Restock, the company’s next-day delivery service, to take advantage of the promo.
Which, why not? Sitting in your (probably spit-up stained) pajamas on the couch to order what you need for your teeny boss and either picking it up, driving up to get it or having it delivered? The only downside is not being able to stroll the aisles to find all the candles and throw pillows you suddenly need. But nothing’s stopping you from gathering your pick-up or drive-up items, snagging that gift card, and going in anyway.
After all, that bonus $20 gift card doesn’t need to be spent on baby items — you can use it on anything in the store. And the possibilities, as any Target mom knows, are endless.
Sure, you could put those found funds back into the baby stuff coffer, but why not use this as a guilt-free chance to buy yourself something fun? Target has so many amazing beauty items that it would be a blast to pick out a fun face mask, some lip gloss, and a new hair product for yourself and call it good.
I know that’s what I’d do, but I’m not the boss of you (lol your baby is) so make it your own.
So what are you waiting for? Get thee to the place where everybody knows your name and is literally always glad you came. Or am I the only one on a first-name basis with at least 10 employees at her local Target? Whatever. No shame in my bargain game.