Seperate discount card

redeye58

Hasta Ba Rista, Baby!
Joined
Jun 9, 2011
Messages
18,877
They must be a dependent living in your household - spouse, college-aged child, elderly parent, significant other on your benefits plan to name a few examples. TargetAnnie is the authority on this.
Annie, are your ears on?
 
Joined
Jun 8, 2011
Messages
28,526
Nope! Cashier will ck it & the Gstl or lod will take it. Then you will get a little chat from your tl or etl.(coaching)
 
Joined
Jun 18, 2011
Messages
144
This summer, my spouse called from a Target in another state (spouse was visiting their elderly Mom) and asked for my TM number and sure enough the TM cashier typed in my number and spouse got my discount. That wouldn't happen in my store!:girl_impossible:
 
Joined
Jun 17, 2011
Messages
128
this summer, my spouse called from a target in another state (spouse was visiting their elderly mom) and asked for my tm number and sure enough the tm cashier typed in my number and spouse got my discount. That wouldn't happen in my store!:girl_impossible:
ahhh!
 
Joined
Jun 17, 2011
Messages
128
The worlds ending, someone benefited from working at Target!!!
Sorry I was thinking about the last person that did that at my store and the end result. (They were Fired in tears) I personally think team members and their entire immediate family should be issued discount cards that are verified by their drivers license with a discount minimum of 20%. :p
 
Joined
Jul 1, 2011
Messages
2,722
This summer, my spouse called from a Target in another state (spouse was visiting their elderly Mom) and asked for my TM number and sure enough the TM cashier typed in my number and spouse got my discount. That wouldn't happen in my store!:girl_impossible:
Hubby has my TM number stored in his cell phone (it's also the password to my laptop) so if he doesn't have his discount card, he can give it to the cashier and get the discount. He's actually just given them the number and they've typed it in and they've given him the discount as well...it's all been local, though...
 
Joined
Jun 9, 2011
Messages
78
Yeah, typing in Discounts is a big no-no at my store, must have a card of some sort (The Temporary ones are obviously the exception.) However, if somebody has a scannable card, it is never questioned. 70% of the people that flash the card I don't even recognize. I tend to look at the store number though, if they are a local store I don't question it.
 
Joined
Jun 8, 2011
Messages
28,526
I was using my mobile app for tm id, till the spot email came out & said you can't do it that way. Because others outside spot will use it for other means.
 
Joined
Jun 8, 2011
Messages
396
Yeah, typing in Discounts is a big no-no at my store, must have a card of some sort (The Temporary ones are obviously the exception.)
This is true in our store as well. Working ON is an exception, our ETL can type in our employee number on our purchases.
 
Top