• Target Circle 360 Membership for $49 – Price Goes Up on 5/18!


    A Person Using a Laptop That is Showing Targets Meet New Circle Announcement

    Target‘s new paid membership Circle 360 is here! The Target Circle Program is getting a revamp, they’re adding a paid tier where they will offer unlimited free same-day delivery to members, Target RedCard is getting a new name and more! Let us know your thoughts in the comments below! 👇

    Here’s the summary of all changes and perks:

    • Circle 360 costs $49 a year ($99 after the launch period, after May 18th)
    • New name for RedCard – Now “Target Circle Card”
    • No more “clipping” and saving Circle Offers to your app – they will automatically apply at checkout
    • Free same-day delivery
    • Free two-day shipping
    • Extended Return Period
    • Support from “preferred shoppers”

    For more info check out their announcement here! And see even more details below:

    Target’s NEW Membership Circle 360

    Circle 360 Costs $49 Per Year!

    Target Storefront With Circle Signs in the Front

    Upon the launch of the new Target’s membership – Circle 360, the membership price is $49 per year, after May 18th, the price will change to $99 a year. So if you’d like to try out their new perks make sure to snag it quick.

    Do note that if you’re a Target RedCard holder (Target Circle Card holder), you’ll lock in the $49 price no matter what. And awesome news, this new revamp will still include the free-to-join membership!

    Circle 360 vs Amazon Prime & Walmart+

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    We’ve figured by now that this is Target’s response to Amazon’s Prime and Walmart’s Walmart+ memberships and their plan to hopefully win over a number of their subscribers, so we compared the three:

    Amazon Prime Membership: $139 a year

    • Free 1-2 day shipping
    • Subscribe & Save
    • Amazon Music
    • Streaming services
    • Prime Wardrobe

    Walmart Plus Membership: $98 a year

    • Free delivery from store
    • Free shipping
    • Travel perks
    • Paramount+ streaming
    • Gas savings
    • Returns from home

    Target Circle 360 Membership: $99 a year

    • Free same-day delivery
    • Free two-day shipping
    • Extended Return Period
    • Support from “preferred shoppers”
    • No more “clipping”

    Target RedCard Will Be “Target Circle Card”

    A Person Holding a Target RedCard in Front of Targets Carts

    A new name doesn’t mean that everything will change, you will still be able to score the 5% off your purchase, sign up for the credit card, debit card, or reloadable account for free. If you’re a Target RedCard holder, you’ll lock in the $49 price even after the price goes up to $99 a year, but you are not required to upgrade!

    No More “Clipping” Target Circle Offers

    Circle and Bullseye Sign Inside the Target Store

    Free Circle offer users will get automatic discounts, that’s means that if a product has an available Circle it will be applied automatically without you having to add it to your account/list.

    For more information on the new membership, see Target’s official press release here!

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    1. 1

      Okay Shipt is still the delivery and from what I read it said it was target separate from Shipt but it’s not 5.99$ still a fee to deliver plus tip doesn’t sound new to me that’s how it’s been

      • 1.1
        Jasmine (Free Stuff Finder) :

        Hi! Here’s what I found on Target’s announcement: “Our new paid membership, Target Circle 360, with free same-day delivery from Target’s same-day delivery service, Shipt, and its more than 100 retail partners. Best of all: It’s delivered in as little as an hour with no delivery fees.”

    2. 0

      I think it’s ridiculous. Basically they’re going to charge you money to save money. Unless you’re a chronic shopper you won’t even break even.

    3. Helpful Comment

      It seems like there will be theee tires. Target Circle, Target Circle Card (used to be called Red Card), and Target Circle 360. Target Circle 360 is the only one that needs to be paid. Target Circle adds unlimited delivery to you or your friends door for purchases of 35 dollars or more. Shift is also a perk in the membership. Now for regular Target Circle, and Target Circle Card, all benefits remain the same, just that now the discount automatically applies. I read all theee tiers in their app. I hope that is correct.

    4. -2

      This is going to be interesting. I like not having to click coupons but I don’t want to have to pay for another subscription 🤦🏽‍♀️. I love Target. I can’t wait to see how it all works out. Team Target 🎯

    5. -3

      I don’t like this. This is one more thing you have to pay to get good deals.

    6. -4

      Does this mean the new Target 360 membership includes a Shipt subscription at no extra cost?

      • -4.1
        Helen (Free Stuff Finder) :

        From what I understand yes! This is what it says on their website: “Our new paid membership, Target Circle 360, with free same-day delivery from Target’s same-day delivery service, Shipt, and its more than 100 retail partners”.

    7. -5

      I’m glad they’re doing this I hated going to target because I didn’t like having to clip the coupons to get the savings. Now they’re doing what Walmart and Amazon has been doing charging an annual fee.

    8. -6

      I wonder what happens to redcard holders who don’t get the paid membership

    9. -7

      I like the idea of not having to clip circle deals but i now wonder if the deals will be fewer for those not in the paid tier. thank you for sharing!

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