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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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free credit monitoringHeads up Target Shoppers! If you shopped at Target 11/27-12/15 and used a credit or debit card, you are eligible for FREE Credit Monitoring and Identity Theft protection.

You can sign-up now by submitting your name and e-mail address. The service includes includes a free credit report, daily credit monitoring, identity theft insurance where available, and access to personalized assistance.

After submitting your information, you will need to allow 1-5 days to receive an activation code from Target, but it may arrive sooner. You have until April 23, 2014 to request a code and you must redeem the code by April 30, 2014.

You can go here for more information on the breach and free service.

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    • CHI

      This worries me a little bit, because if they are offering credit and identity protection that means that the thieves stole more sensitive information such as social security numbers.
      If a credit card gets stolen, you just close the account and that’s the end of it. (i know there are investigation by the credit card co. but on your end as a consumer that’s it).
      Is Target telling us that the thieves could open lines of credit with our stolen info?
      Just venting and a little frustrated with all this. I love shopping at Target.
      There are also reports that another 3 companies with “outlets in malls” got their credit card data stolen. They have not identifying them.
      That’s on top of Neiman Marcus (which is out of my budget).

      • uthorns1976

        I read this online today. I was unable to find the NYT article:

        FYI there was an excellent article in the NYT yesterday explaining why you
        should NOT accept these conciliatory credit monitoring offers from retailers
        that have been breached so be sure you real ALL the fine print in the FAQ. By
        accepting to credit monitoring you are agreeing not to hold Target Corp liable for any future damage
        resulting from any possible identity theft later. IMO even if you were not
        directly affected this is inadequate compensation. Just wait for the inevitable
        class actions lawsuit that should yield a better compensation offer .

        • nick

          if a class action lawsuit does happen, can we join even if our bank account wasn’t hit and we got a new card?

          • Steph

            Why would you if you were not hurt by this breach? No money came out of your pocket and you will just drive prices up. They have to make up the money somewhere.

        • emma

          “By
          accepting to credit monitoring you are agreeing not to hold Target Corp liable for any future damage
          resulting from any possible identity theft later.”

          So should we not sign up for this?