The Target Green Monday sale is on: Today (Monday, 12/11) only, Target is offering $20 off of every $100 on a wide assortment of items as part of its Green Monday sale (though note that there are some exclusions noted below). This sale would combine nicely with this morning’s announced last-minute portal bonuses as most of them are triggered with a $150 purchase — and with this sale, $200 in merchandise comes down to $160. Toys are excluded on this one, but there is a separate toy sale going this week where you can save $10 off $50 or $25 off $100 — see more on that in the “Quick Thoughts” section below.
- Save $20 for every $100 you spend (online only)
- Direct link to Target Green Monday sale (this is our affiliate link, but don’t forget you can go through a shopping portal)
- Limit: $100 in savings
- Excludes: toys, select sporting goods, all gift cards, Target Restock orders, Target Optical, CVS pharmacy, Clinic, Vitamix, Weber, Traeger, prepaid cards (airtime, entertainment, iTunes, and online gaming), Elf on the Shelf, DSLR cameras and lenses, Google products, Bose, Sonos, JBL, TOM’s Apple Watch Bands, GoPro, Nintendo Hardware, Switch Software, Fitbit, Samsung and LG TV’s, Xbox Hardware, PS4 Hardware, PSVR, Tile, Target Mobile Purchases, alcohol, dairy milk, Power Dental, Power Shave, Tylenol and Apple items.
- Expires: 11:59pm PT 12/11/17
While not quite as good as the 20% off coupons that were running previously from Black Friday, this Target Green Monday sale is still a nice deal if you’ve got a purchase near a $100 mark. Keep in mind that the max discount is $100 off of $500, and this excludes a number of popular electronics categories, gift cards, and toys. However, there is a separate toy sale that is not combinable: save $10 when you spend $50 or $25 when you spend $100 – no promo code required.
Note that the toy sale is available both in-store and online through 12/16.
While I don’t have a lot of luck with shopping portals and Target as there are so many exclusions, it might be worth looking at the airline portals as they released last-minute shopping bonuses this morning.
H/T: Doctor of Credit