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Update: Several readers have reported that this promotion has ended early.
Google Express via Google Assistant is offering a coupon good for $15 off $15 or more for orders from Target. It’s very easy to sign up and get this code — I just downloaded the app and it took me less than a minute to get the coupon loaded to my account.
- Coupon for $15 off $15 at Target via Google Express through the Google Assistant app
- Pull up the app and say “Spring into Target” to load the coupon to your account (also works with Google Home)
- Promo code expires 4/21/18
- Single-use promo code (does not apply to shipping charges)
This is a very easy $15 off $15. I downloaded the app for my Android phone and said “Spring into Target” and immediately received the promo as shown in the screen shot above. It prompted me to ask it to order something. Running low on essentials, I asked it to order baby wipes from Target and it showed me a list of options through which I could scroll.
As you can see, delivery is only free for orders over $35. Curious as to whether or not the code would apply to shipping charges, I added the first set of baby wipes shown to my cart. The $15 off $15 code only applied to the item and estimated tax — the $4.99 delivery charge is separate.
It’s still a deal in my opinion, though if you want to avoid shipping you’ll have to order $35 worth of items. The total only needs to be greater than $35 (before tax) prior to adding the code to qualify for free shipping.
The offer already stopped working once and came back. I suggest downloading the app and loading this one right away — it just takes a couple of seconds and it’s a solid deal. If you’re new to Google Express, you can sign up using my referral link with my thanks for $10 off of $10 on your first order or use code SHOP2018 for 20% off your first order (up to $20), but note that codes will not stack.
H/T: Doctor of Credit
Last updated on March 30th, 2018