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The target company’s popular Veterans’ Day military discount is back.

The Minneapolis-based retailer will provide 10% of all active U.S. military personnel, veterans and their families through stores or online stores between Sunday and November 11th for the fourth consecutive year. Special discounts. Certain exceptions apply.

Similar to the way Target offered teachers back-to-school discounts this summer, eligible shoppers need to register to verify their eligibility for these savings. To obtain verification and learn more, visit Target.com/circle/military.

Target said on its website: “After verifying eligibility, guests will be provided with a one-time 10% Target Circle discount for guests to use in-store or online from November 1 to 11, 2020.”

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Target Circle is a free membership program for retailers that can be used on the Target app on Apple and Android devices.

Target said in a press release on military discounts: “New guests this year can add veterans or military family status to their target circle profile to make them eligible for bonuses.” “And Target Circle, any Members can vote to direct Target’s community to provide funding to local military organizations in certain markets.”

Military discounts do not include alcohol, milk and certain items, including some electronic and video game systems, masks, such as Barbie’s Dream House, Disney Frozen Castle, Elf on Shelves, Elvi, HP, Posse, Instant Pot, Lego, Hasbro games and more.

According to the rules of the promotion, there is a limit for each coupon per guest and cannot be used with any other types of coupons.

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