From what I see it’s promo gift cards that have barcodes and the ones on the wall don’t
Must be older gift cards that some Target and other stores still have. But the one I got for Christmas is from 2020 (according to the paper) and didn’t have a barcode to scan the access code but the date on the back of the card is 2013.False. I stock GiftCards alot at the Checklane display/GiftCard wall, and all the Target GiftCards there have the same backside as the promo ones, which would have an access code barcode. And I've used them for Guests alot recently, plus have many that I've gotten as gifts have access barcodes.
The only GiftCards that I see without access barcodes are super old ones, like older than 2016 that Guests sometimes have lying around. Sometimes, GiftCards from bulk packs that have the price printed on them have no access barcode. But usually the ones like that are 2020 or older. I'm very sure all currently printed GiftCards have access barcodes.
This or if it was purchased in bulk I've noticed too.I'm 90% sure all of the Target GiftCards currently produced have barcodes on them. The only ones without barcodes are older GiftCards.
I agreed. Hitting the home button to get a gift card total inquiry, balance then scan is too many stepsThis or if it was purchased in bulk I've noticed too.
Its not often that we get the no access code barcode ones.
The one thing I REALLY miss from Classic was the ability to like speed scan giftcards. please bring this back lol.
wasn’t talking about this. but agreed lol. too many steps.I agreed. Hitting the home button to get a gift card total inquiry, balance then scan is too many steps
If they have a large order I ask them to scratch the codes off. I also ask them to add them to the app if they have it. while I’m scanning the order. I will teach them for one or two and they do the rest. Of course if they don’t to do any of that I will do itI was talking about how when a guest is paying with like 30 gift cards you can scan everything at once and it would queue up
Right but is this a strategy suggested by your AP team or are you holding up a line and making a fuss for no reason?
Call me a weirdo but I kinda like scratching the code myself with my box cutter tape splitting tip. It is the perfect width to scratch off all the barcode in one swoop.I see where you’re confused. I meant I ask them to do it when I’m scanning items to speed things up. My mistake
Speaking of other stores that sell Target GiftCards (Kroger, Lowe's, Home Depot...), those gift cards have an activation/purchase barcode and I'll be damned if I don't have to help 20 Guests a day at Self Checkout who scanned the HUGE AND PROMINENT activation/purchase barcode... because the one they should scan is tiny and not at all obvious.older gift cards that [...] other stores still have.
To be fair... (and I hate being fair to New POS) there's a shortcut from the top-right Menu button straight to Inquiry (bypass Home).I agreed. Hitting the home button to get a gift card total inquiry, balance then scan is too many steps
Each gift card would have to be redesigned by the company that makes them. Honestly if Target and Walmart and others say how annoying it is to help people scan it they mightAnd God forbid the intern who designs them put some sort of indicator like "hey Guest, scan this one for in-store use!"
I hate how the POS doesn't notify the guest (or the TM for that matter) like hey wrong barcode! It says invalid gift card or some gift card error.And God forbid the intern who designs them put some sort of indicator like "hey Guest, scan this one for in-store use!"
Banking SHOULD be in all payment apps.To be fair... (and I hate being fair to New POS) there's a shortcut from the top-right Menu button straight to Inquiry (bypass Home).
But there's no equal shortcut back to In Store Checkout... The Banking app has one, but not Inquiry.
And to add to that... There's no shortcut from the In Store Checkout menu to the Banking app.