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Google Express is offering a code for 30% off your next Target order on Google Express when you link your two accounts.
- Get a code for 30% off when linking your Target and Google Express accounts.
- Direct link to offer.
- Limit $20 cashback.
- Expires January 15, 2019.
- Product & brand exclusions apply
- Elf on the Shelf
- Halo (baby items)
- Peg Perego
- Philips Avent
- Nikon and Canon Point & Shoot Cameras and Lenses
- Electric Shavers
- Electric Toothbrushes
- Barbie Dreamhouse
- HotWheels Corkscrew Crash
- Jurassic Rex Dino
- L.O.L. Surprise Dollhouse
- Thomas Super Station
- LG 55″ 4K UHD HDR Smart
- LG 55″ class 2160p 4K Ultra
- LG 65″ 4K UHD HDR Smart
- Red Dead Redemption
Target has had a few good offers recently, with codes for 20% off and 10% off their own gift cards today. This deal continues that roll with a code for 30% off your next Target order when using Google Express.
All you have to do is link your two accounts here where you should see a banner detailing the promotion. It seems like you need to be logged in to your Google account to see the offer, as it didn’t appear when checking out the deal in incognito mode.
According to the Slick Deals thread about the offer, once you’ve linked your accounts you’ll receive a confirmation by email. That’ll contain the code TARGET30, but you’ll need your accounts linked in order to take advantage of that 30% off code.
Be aware of the long list of exclusions above which also came courtesy of Slick Deals. With a limit of $20 cashback, you’ll max out this offer when spending $66.67.
Seeing as the order for the 30% off has to be placed on Google Express, I don’t think you’ll be able to use your discounted Target gift cards from today (let me know if that’s not the case). If you have a REDcard associated with your Target account though, it looks like you’ll still get that discount.
Last updated on January 19th, 2019