In this post, I will walk you through purchasing and activating a temporary Redbird Card. Assuming you are able to purchase a temporary Redbird Card at your local Target (view the out-of-date list of participating stores here). You should be able to find the temporary Redbird Cards near the checkout lines or by asking the customer service / returns department. Depending on your store, the activation fee is either $5 or $0. Here are views of the front and back of the temporary Redbird Card packaging.
Here are other views of the front and back of the temporary Redbird Card packaging.
Here are views of the front and back of the temporary Redbird Card.
To register your temporary Redbird Card, click here and click the Register button.
On the first page of the registration, enter the 15 digit temporary Redbird Card number and the 4 digit security code on the front of the card. You can leave the date of birth blank (especially important if someone else bought the temporary Redbird Card for you). Then click the Register button to go to the second page.
On this page, fill out all the necessary information. Check all the boxes and click the Agree and Submit button.
Your registration is complete and your permanent Redbird Card is on its way. You will get an email shortly with a link to verify your email address.
In your email, click the link to verify your email address.
Your email has been confirmed and you can now log into your Redbird account.
This is your new Redbird account home page.
Here is the welcome email you will receive from Target with details on the features and benefits of using your Target Redbird Card. You get 5% off almost every item at Target (gift cards excluded), free online shipping from Target.com, and an extra 30 days for returns.
If you have any questions, please leave a comment below. Have a great day!
I will update this post with all the other Redbird tutorials.