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Target is offering free 2-day shipping on all orders during the holidays

Posted at 11:51 AM, Oct 25, 2019

The day after Thanksgiving may be the traditional first day of holiday shopping, but if you’re anything like me, your holiday shopping plans begin right after Halloween.

While I do hold off until Black Friday to put up my Christmas tree, once the witches and ghosts of Halloween are put away, I start making lists of gifts I’d like to buy.

Luckily, Target is offering us eager shoppers an early holiday gift: free two-day shipping and returns on all orders beginning Nov. 1!  There is no minimum purchase, promo code or membership required. Depending on the time of the day when you place your order, your purchases may even arrive the next day!

The free shipping is available through Dec. 21, so you’ll need to make sure all your presents are purchased before the week of Christmas.

Getty Images | Scott Olson

Getty Images | Scott Olson

If you’re a Target REDcard holder, you’ll also save an additional 5% off your purchases, and you’ll get 30 days for returns and exchanges, plus other bonuses like special items, gifts and offers.

Target also has a new loyalty program called Target Circle that includes some pretty nice perks and has no membership fee. You’ll earn 1% back on every Target shopping trip, early access to sales (including Black Friday doorbusters), personalized offers based on your previous shopping history and 5% off on your birthday.

You’ll also be able to vote on where Target gives to charity in your local community.

To join Target Circle, just create an account on Target’s website, share your phone number at checkout in any Target store or be approved for a RedCard.

Getty Images | Justin Sullivan

Getty Images | Justin Sullivan

Will you be doing some holiday shopping at Target to take advantage of this free shipping deal?

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