Target does it all. Literally. Groceries, shoes, clothing, and more. They even offer a trade-in program for your unwanted gift cards. Here’s what you need to know, including frequently asked questions about the program.
Target’s trade-in program allows you to exchange unwanted gift cards, with a balance, for a Target gift card. This program is only available in-store.
Target does not disclose the values and requires an in-store visit for more information. Be mindful that you will not receive the entire value of your gift card. For example, you may only receive a $15 Target gift card in exchange for a $20 Home Depot gift card.
Yes, but not to worry. There are over 100 store and restaurant gift cards Target will accept like Best Buy, Olive Garden, Macy’s, and Panera Bread.
While Target will not pay you cash for your unwanted gift card, you can easily sell your gift card online instead. Luckily, you don’t have to go far to find out how!
Let Gift Card Granny find you the best offer from all the gift card exchanges. Payouts can range between 60 to 90 percent and come in the form of cash, check, ACH or PayPal. Desirable brands, such as Walmart can sometimes receive up to 90% cash back. While you can find a gift card exchange kiosk at the grocery store or in the mall, selling your gift card for cash online usually provides the biggest payout.
Granny Tip: Review step-by-step details for selling your gift cards for cash.
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