Get $15 in Target credit by saying three words to Google Assistant (not "I Love You")

How would you like to score $15 in Target credit for your next delivery order from Google Express? Not familiar with Google Express? It is a service that allows you to order items online from a variety of stores, and have them delivered straight to your door. You can order from the desktop site, or via the Google Express app for iOS or Android. We will pass along the links later in this story. Each store has a minimum order for which delivery is free. Unlike Shipt, there is no membership fee.

Now, back to the $15 Target credit. Call up Google Assistant on your Google Home or phone. Type or say "Spring onto Target," and the virtual helper will respond with the message you see on the screenshot that accompanies this story. The credit will show up in your cart, but you will have to click "Apply" for the $15 to be deducted from your order. And to avoid a delivery charge, you will have to have a minimum order of $35.

And yeah, we want to be as helpful as possible to our readers. So no matter what Google Assistant says, do not buy paper towels from Target; their prices for this item are way too high. Try the vanilla scented kitchen trash bags, and of course, the Market Pantry Cookie Dough Ice Cream.

The $15 Target credit must be used by April 21st or else it goes bye bye. Also, if you say "Spring into Target" and you don't receive the credit, make sure that Google Assistant didn't think you said "Spring in to Target." If it hears you saying the latter, you will end up with the address to the Target Store in Spring, Texas.

Now, as we promised, the links to the Google Express app follows. Make sure you click on the appropriate link: (iOS|Android). Learn more about Google Express by clicking on the video directly below.

source: Slickdeals


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