By Cody Lee on Nov 12, 2014
Following Staples’ lead earlier today, Target has updated its mobile app with support for Apple Pay payments. Those with compatible devices can now pay for everything in their carts with a single tap of Touch ID without having to signup for a Target account or enter credit card info.
The update also brings about in-app product reviews, so you can see what customers think of their purchases. This is something every retailer needs to implement, if they haven’t already. as shopping trends continue to indicate that more consumers are researching before buying. Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Jul 7, 2014
American retailing company Target has launched a new sale offering free gift cards with the purchase of an iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina display, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c and the iPod touch media player. If you’re in the market for an iPad Air or iPad mini with Retina display, the retailer will treat you to a $100 gift card.
Furthermore, Apple’s latest iPhones are on sale, too, and now come with a $20 gift card. As for the iPod touch, buying a 32-gigabyte version will net you a $30 gift card… Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Jun 13, 2014
On the heels of its eyebrow-raising $3 billion deal with Apple, the Beats Music subscription service has recently dropped its annual membership from $119.88 to $99 per year, or $9.99 per month, making itself more competitive with Spotify and the like.
If you’d rather not use your credit card (or carrier billing) for recurring payments, the service now allows you to apply promotional codes provided on the physical Beats Music cards, carried exclusively by Target and offered in several denominations.
And conveniently enough, Target is currently offering 25 percent off Beats Music $50 and $25 gift cards, resulting in respective savings of $12.5 and $6.25… Read More
By Cody Lee on Jun 9, 2014
Target is holding a significant sale right now in the run-up to Father’s Day, and is discounting a number of its products. Among the deals, the retailer is offering the 16GB Wi-Fi model of the first generation iPad mini for $199.
That’s a solid $100 off of the tablet’s original price tag, and even beats out the ‘Special Limited Time’ pricing offered in the refurbished section of Apple’s web store. We’ve got the full details on the short-term promotion below… Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Mar 7, 2014
The American retailing company Target is running various deals concerning Apple’s popular devices on a regular basis. In its latest move aimed at encouraging users to ditch their legacy iPad 2, the retailer is offering at least a $150 gift card for an iPad 2 or newer in good condition.
According to TechnoBuffalo, the promotion begins today, March 9, and runs through Saturday, March 15, and is valid in-store only, through Target’s participating locations… Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Feb 7, 2014
Target, the nation’s second-largest discount retailer, is launching some pretty interesting deals on Apple’s iOS devices. Starting this coming Sunday, February 9, and through next week’s Saturday, February 15, customers in the market for an iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPad Air and any iPad mini can get discounts in the form of gift cards.
The time-limited promotion will see some of these devices discounted by as much as $50 versus Apple’s asking prices. Jump past the fold for the full per-product breakdown… Read More
By Cody Lee on Dec 21, 2013
Great news for folks who still have some Christmas shopping left to do: Target has announced that it will be holding a last-minute sale on select iPhones and iPads next week. The promotion is slated to begin on Sunday, December 22 and run through the 24th.
The sale will allow customers to snag a 16GB iPhone 5c for just $30—with a two-year agreement of course—along with a free $30 gift card, or an entry-level iPhone 5s for just $179.99 and a free $25 gift card. The retailer will also discount select iPads as well… Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Nov 4, 2013
The United States retailing giant Target is extending its electronics trade-in program to include all iPad models for a $200 credit, in-store only. Target previously offered free gift cards for iPhone, iPad, iPod and Apple TV purchases and three years ago started offering gift cards in exchange for used iPhones so today’s news is a logical extension of that initiative.
If you still have the original iPad lying around somewhere collecting dust and want to get rid of it, Target will now accept it for up to a $200 gift card, redeemable against any store purchase. Read on for the full reveal… Read More
By Cody Lee on Oct 31, 2013
While Apple continues to keep mum on a specific release date for its iPad mini with Retina display—as of now, it’s sticking with ‘November’—retail giant Target is expecting the tablet to launch the third week in November.
More specifically, November 21. The company let the date slip in its online product listing for the Retina iPad mini at Target.com, where it lists the release date for the device as the Thursday in the week before Thanksgiving… Read More
By Ed Sutherland on Oct 11, 2013
Call it the electronics retailer version of limbo, but U.S. stores are racing each other to see which can offer the iPhone 5c for close to nothing.
From electronic giant Best Buy to mid-range Target, the price on Apple’s colorful handset is being slashed to the bone. How low can they go? How’s free?
As the iPhone 5s continues to be the handset Apple fans prefer, reports filter in suggesting the tech giant plans to cut production on the iPhone 5c. Smelling a potential door-buster on their hands, a number of U.S. retailers are announcing steep discounts on the already affordable handset… Read More
By Cody Lee on Sep 19, 2013
If you’re still in the market for an iPhone 5c, you might want to check out Target at some point tonight or tomorrow. The retailer is advertising that it will be offering the 16GB model of the handset for just $79.
Of course, that price comes with a two-year carrier contract. But it matches Walmart’s pricing, which is one of the lowest we’ve seen for the smartphone outside of Sprint’s $100 off promotion for new customers… Read More
By Christian Zibreg on Jul 8, 2013
The United States retailing corporation Target is advertising a promotion where they’re giving away free Target Gift Cards for every qualifying purchase of iPhone, iPod touch, iPad or Apple TV device from Apple. Free gift cards range in denominations from $10 to $50 and are good against purchases at the retailer, including iTunes Gift cards which Target has been offering for some time now.
And if you’re planning on getting an iPhone 5 from Target, the retailer just sweetened the deal by throwing in a $25 coupon and reducing the entry-level 16GB model down to $149.99 with a qualifying two-year plan… Read More
By Cody Lee on Feb 12, 2013
Folks who have been looking to score a Retina-flavored iPad on the cheap will be happy to hear that Target is offering them at a massive discount. The retail giant is currently advertising the 16GB Wi-Fi only model (3rd gen) for $299.
Not only is this $80 cheaper than Apple is currently selling similar refurbished units for in its web store, but it’s also $100 cheaper than a comparable 2nd generation iPad will cost you. We have more details on the sale after the fold… Read More
By Cody Lee on Sep 20, 2012
Did you update to iOS 6 yesterday? Well if you did, and you’re looking for ways to try out the new Passbook application, Target just added support for the payment platform.
The national retailer updated its iOS app yesterday with support for the iPhone 5’s larger display, iOS 6, and the new ability to push store coupons to the Passbook app… Read More
By Cody Lee on Aug 13, 2012
Earlier this month, we reported that Sprint was starting to knock $50 off of its iPhone 4 and 4S models. Then a week later, Apple started matching the discounted prices at its retail stores.
Now it looks like other carriers want in on the action. Over the weekend, discounted AT&T and Verizon iPhones started popping up in Best Buy and Target stores around the country… Read More
By Cody Lee on May 8, 2012
Those looking to purchase an iPhone in the near future might want to make it a point to check out the prices at their local Target. 9to5Mac is reporting that the retailer is knocking $50 off both 4 and 4S models for all carriers.
This brings the iPhone 4S down to $150 — in line with discounts being offered by regional carriers, and the iPhone 4 down to just $50. And apparently, Target’s not the only chain dropping the prices on the popular handsets… Read More
By Cody Lee on Mar 22, 2012
Those who haven’t picked up Apple’s latest handset yet might be interested in this deal. 9to5Mac is reporting that some Target locations are taking $25 dollars off of multiple iPhone 4S models through the end of the month.
The site received a photo from a tipster showing the discount on an in-store advertisement at a store in Orlando, FL. And according to the ad, the deal applies to both 16GB and 32GB models, as well as all three carrier versions… Read More
By Guest Author on Jan 14, 2012
Target has announced that it will be adding “Mini Apple Stores” to 25 of its retail locations. Last week rumors were circulating that Target was going to be adding Apple stores to its locations throughout the US, and those rumors have been confirmed.
When Target adds the Apple stores, it will very similar to the Best Buy layout customers there currently experience.. Read More
By Cody Lee on Sep 22, 2011
At Apple’s WWDC event back in June, Scott Forstall promised us that we would see a public release of iOS 5 “this Fall.” And seeing as how Fall officially starts tomorrow, we can’t be too far away from an announcement.
While we’ve got a pretty good idea of what to expect from the new software, there still are a couple of unknowns. For example, we know Apple is working on a secret voice-to-text feature, but we haven’t seen it in action. Enter the new Target app… Read More
By Cody Lee on Sep 16, 2011
What ever happened to those rumors that claimed Apple would be releasing an iPad 3 (or iPad HD/Pro) this year? For a while there, pundits were claiming that the company was going to unveil a new tablet this Fall, alongside the iPhone 5.
But as with most tech gossip, the new iPad theory eventually lost traction. And then out of no where, TiPb kickstarted the debate again this morning by reporting that Target has been marking the iPad 2 as end of life… Read More