The Target Red Credit Card is Target.coms premiere credit card that customers can use to help save them even more and make their shopping experience even more convenient. Target has 3 different types of debit/credit cards that customers can choose from depending on needs. There is the Target Credit Card, Target Visa Credit Card, and the Target Debit Card.
The most popular benefit of the Target Red Card is the additional savings that customers are allowed to partake in. The card offers customers an extra 5% off on purchases. Now Target already has some of the best prices around and an additional 5% helps to shave off pennies.
Note: To pay your bill online visit Target Red Card login.
Target has a Take Charge of Education program that card holders are a part of. This program takes 1% of your purchases and donates the proceeds to your favorite high school of choice. This is a way that you feel as though you are contributing to your community by partnering with Target to help financially with local elementary, middle, or high schools.
The Target Pharmacy Rewards is another benefit of being a Red Card member. This program is designed for customers to utilize Target Pharmacy for all of their prescription needs. Cardholders are encouraged to use their card to fill 5 prescriptions and as a result they will earn 5% off a day of Target shopping. This is an additional 5% that customers can use which is an increase in savings.
For customers that want to pay their Red card bills there is a Manage My Redcard feature at redcard.target.com which allows users to have complete control over their credit card transactions.
Customers who are approved for the Target Visa Credit Card can not only use their card at Target stores but any store that will accept the Visa logo. There is an automatic bill payment system where payments can be made automatically. There is also a bill management system that allows customers to manage all of their billers and enjoy features like the bill payment reminder to keep users from forgetting to pay important bills and reminding them of their due dates.