Could you use a free gift card? If the answer is yes, and you love shopping at Target stores, listen up. There are some incredibly easy ways you can get a Target gift card in your hands, without having to pay a single penny. Get ready to reward yourself for ordinary things you probably already do every day.

Give unwanted electronics a reboot

Do you have any old electronics laying around collecting dust? If you feel like doing some cleaning around the house, Target wants to give you a gift card for your old unwanted junk. Target will buy back your electronics via its trade-in program and give you a gift card for the dollar value amount.

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Just kick it

People who cannot be without their smartphone when shopping should download the app Shopkick. When you go shopping at specific retailers like Target, Shopkick will reward you for purchasing specific items or scanning barcodes. Once you rack up enough ‘kicks,’ in the app, you can redeem them for a free Target gift card.

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Swag rules

Free programs like Swagbucks want to reward you for doing tasks like watching videos, shopping, or giving your opinion. Signing up for an account with Swagbucks won’t cost you a penny and doesn’t take long. After you rack up enough points you can redeem them for an awesome gift card for Target.

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Unwanted cards welcome

All of those gift cards you got as presents that have a low balance on them, or that you never got around to using could be put to better use. Target has a trade-in program that accepts gift cards from specific retailers and gives out Target gift cards in exchange.

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Indulge your inner shopaholic

Target is a great place to find a plethora of items, whether you are shopping for housewares, toys, electronics, or clothes. If you love to purchase items at Target stores in-person or online, certain promotional items can earn you a free gift card. Promotions held at your local Target store are available on their webpage and weekly ads, so keep your eyes peeled.

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