Something you could try is asking "what's a good phone number for you?" or "what phone number do you have your circle rewards with us under?" at the very start before you even start scanning. Gets the circle and talking about it out of the way while also helping improve circle capture percentage. Then you have all transaction to talk about the redcard. I've found this worked best with the "phone number entry" key, but I don't know if that still exists.Have redcard signups become harder in your store since the rollout of target circle?
The Circle signup on the checkout lane payment pads is like a speed bump, you gotta explain to guests to sign up or press "no thanks" and offer a pamphlet. This takes time and guest attention away. With the time taken away by Circle signups or reminding existing Circle guests to type in their number or scan the app, there's much less time to effectively "educate the guest about the redcard". This is very annoying since we still need to meet quota for redcard signups. YMMV. Thoughts?