A new Target military discount for the 4th of July will give veterans, active-duty, and Guard and Reserve service members and their direct family members a 10% discount on most products.
This is Target's second annual military discount. The retailer also offers a 10% Veterans Day military discount.
Celebrate the 4th of July with a Target military discount
Just like with its annual Veterans Day military discount, the new Target July 4 military discount can be used on two separate transactions or orders online or in store.
The discount isn't just available on the 4th of July. Instead, it can be used twice any time between June 26 and July 4, Target announced on its website.
How to get the Target July 4th military appreciation discount
To use the Independence Day discount, shoppers must first create a Target Circle account and verify their military or military-connected status.
"Just sign into Target Circle and confirm your military verification. We'll just need a document to confirm your military status (a Veteran ID Card, as one example)," the Target website says.
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After registering for a Circle account, users can visit the Target military registration page where they will be prompted to input their or their service member or veteran's information. They'll then be prompted to upload a supporting document that shows:
- The service member's full name
- The service member's branch of service
- The service member's discharge date (if applicable)
- The service member's current affiliation with the armed services.
Depending on which service connection option you selected on the first screen, you might be given additional documentation requirements. Target relies on the secure SheerID system for verification.
During a test of the system by Military.com, selecting "veteran" and providing basic service member information provided instant verification without requiring any additional documents.
What can you buy with the Target military discount for the 4th of July?
Discounts like the Target military discount for the 4th of July often come with some product exclusions.
Here's what is excluded from the July 4th discount:
"Excludes alcohol, Barbie camper and houses, Beats Fit Pro, Beats Flex, Beats Powerbeats Pro, Beats Studio Buds, Bose, clinic & pharmacy, dairy milk, Disney Ultimate Princess Castle, Do-a-Dot, DSLR cameras & lenses, face masks (Dolan, Sanctuary & Sugar Fix brands), Fisher Price Laugh n Learn, Fitbit, gift cards, HALO Baby, Hasbro Games (Classic Monopoly, Connect Four, Jenga, Sorry, Trouble), Hatch Maternity, HP Inc., Hudson Baby, Infant Optics, JBL, Lamaze, LEGO, LG OLED TV, Luvable Friends, mobile contracts, Monica and Andy, Polder, Peg Perego, Plan B, power shave, power dental, prepaid cards, PlayStation consoles and accessories, Q by Quincy Mae, Revival, Samsung TVs, Sonos, Sony Electronics, Take Action, Target Optical, Tempur-Sealy, Touched by Nature, Trading Cards, Tylenol pain relief, Tylenol PM, Ulta Beauty at Target Brands, Unlocked phones, Vera Bradley handbags, and Weber," according to a release.
This story was updated June 17 with discount exclusions released by Target.
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