Target: Kellogg's Fiber Plus Gift Card Deal

by Marcy on September 23, 2009 · 3 comments

If you are a fan of Kellogg’s Fiber Plus Bars, you can score an awesome deal on them at Target through 11/2/09. Read more over at Surviving the Stores here.

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1 MamaLander September 23, 2009 at 8:17 PM

I was just on Target’s website and saw an ad for a Red Card, the one that is not a credit card is a Target Checking Card, but you can only use it at Target. However, for every $1.00 you spend you will get points. Reach 1,000. Get 10% off. I have not agreed to the Red Card – Credit Card, because I do not want credit cards in my life, it’s just to risky to make promises to yourself and not follow through. I just wanted to know if you are aware of this card and know anyone who uses it. Thanks.

2 MamaBerry September 28, 2009 at 3:02 AM

This is NOT a credit card. It is a debit card. It is linked to your checking account. Works just like your bank debit card will, but still earns you points. SO, here it is: You apply like a credit application. They link the card to your checking account. When you make a purchase, it comes directly out of your checking account. No bills at the end of the month, and you still earn the benefits! So, feel free to use on MamaLander! ** Please note though, these charges will NOT come out of your account IMMEDIATELY like your debit card. Target puts a hold on the funds, then withdrawals them about 3-5 days after the transaction. So, make sure you keep track of your check book! **

3 MamaLander September 28, 2009 at 2:06 PM

Thank you very much!

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