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About Target Australia Coupon Codes
Target is a low-cost Australian department store. The Target mission is to offer customers a diverse range of fashionable clothing, durable footwear, the latest homewares and entertaining kids toys - all at a competitive and affordable price.
What sets Target apart in the market is its commitment to sustainability and ethical practice. Typically, a huge range of products at a low cost can suggest unethical manufacturing. This is not the case with Target. The company has an Ethical Sourcing Code which sets expectations for worker's wages, workplace conditions, human rights and safety standards. Target is committed to the well-being of all of its team members and suppliers whether they be in Australia, Hong Kong, China or Bangladesh.
There is also a significant devotion to social responsibility, with Target involved in charitable donation, community support, indigenous engagement and environmental sustainability.
Target is the retailer that you can feel good about.
Bestselling items from Target
Gym & Fitness
Does Target have Afterpay?
Yes, Target has Afterpay. That means you can get your items sent to you immediately, but pay them off in four equal instalments over an eight week period. While the service is interest-free, keep in mind that you will incur a $10 late fee each time you fail to pay on time, so be sure to keep your bank account topped up. You can learn more about Afterpay here.
Target Review | Pros and Cons
- Free shipping when you spend over $80.
- Company is committed to ethical sourcing of products.
- Huge range of products.
- Gift cards available.
- Wedding and gift registry services available.
- Lay-by services available.
- No international delivery.
- No returns without a receipt.
How can I get Target free shipping?
Target offers free shipping to customers that spend over $80 in one order. However, larger items are excluded from this deal. Products that are bulky like lounges and tables will incur a delivery fee based on your location. Orders under $80 will incur a $9 delivery fee.
If you wish to avoid the delivery fee on orders under $80 or on bulky items, Target offers a click and collect service that allows you to order online but pick up the items from your closest Target store.
|State||Region||Standard Parcels||Large Items|
|(business days)||(business days)|
|VIC||Melbourne metropolitan||3 days||5 days|
|Vic country||4 days||7 days|
|NSW/ACT||Sydney metropolitan||4 days||6 days|
|NSW country||5 days||8 days|
|Canberra metropolitan||5 days||7 days|
|QLD||Brisbane metropolitan||6 days||8 days|
|South East QLD||6 days||9 days|
|Central QLD||7 days||9 days|
|Far North QLD||8 days||12 days|
|Far North QLD (Islands)||12 days||16 days|
|TAS||Tasmania||6 days||12 days|
|SA||Adelaide metropolitan||4 days||6 days|
|SA country||6 days||8 days|
|NT||Darwin metropolitan||6 days||14 days|
|Alice Springs||7 days||12 days|
|NT country||14 days||16 days|
|WA||Perth metropolitan||6 days||10 days|
|WA||WA country||9 days||16 days|
What forms of payment does Target accept?
Target accepts the following forms of payment.
- American Express
What is the Target returns policy?
Target accepts returns. Items purchased online can be returned through the post or taken to a local target store. If returning through the post, customers must download the returns form and include it with the item. Products must be returned in presentation condition within 28 days of delivery and with a proof of purchase.
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