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Cartwheel Offers Coupons With a New Spin

Posted on Tuesday, November 17th, 2015 at 7:00 am
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Target Logo (Matchups)There are so many different apps that can help you to save money by using digital coupons. Cartwheel is an app that is designed for people who shop at Target stores.

The Cartwheel app can be downloaded on the App Store. It is also available on Google Play. You can sign into the Cartwheel website with your Facebook account or your Google account. It is also possible to sign in with your existing Target account.

If you choose to log in via Facebook, your actions and activities in Cartwheel may appear in your Facebook activity (based on your Facebook privacy settings). Cartwheel will not share information on your Facebook page about purchases that relate to personal health.

The Cartwheel app can only be used in Target stores. This works out great for people who shop at Target, especially if they also buy their groceries there. The savings offered in the app are from all parts of the Target store. The Cartwheel website says that Cartwheel users have already saved $387,452,877 (and counting).

In order to use Cartwheel, the first thing you need to do is download the app to your smartphone. Next, you should browse through the current offers. These offers are for items that are all across Target stores. New offers are added regularly.

In order to make the most of these offers, it would be a good idea to take a look at them right before you leave the house to shop at Target. The items do not stick around forever. Target reserves the right to remove or cancel offers from Cartwheel, and your list, at any time.

Select the offers that interest you. In general, the offers will be in the form of a percentage off of specific items. Choose the offers for items that you are planning to purchase on your next shopping trip at Target. Each Cartwheel offer can be used for a maximum of 4 qualifying items per transaction.

The offers you select are put into your list on the Cartwheel app. When you are done shopping, you need to show the cashier your mobile barcode at the Target store checkout. Cartwheel does not require you to clip coupons (but you can choose to do so if you want to). Your receipt will show how much you saved thanks to the Cartwheel app (and whatever coupons you used).

Do you have the Target REDcard? If so, you can pile the savings you find in Cartwheel offers with the savings that the REDcard gives you. Target’s REDcard gives you 5% off every day. You can get a REDcard that is a debit card, or one that is a credit card.

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