Heads up: Target gift cards will be 10 percent off – for one day only

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If you do a lot of your holiday shopping at Target, here's a tip: the Minneapolis-based retailer recently announced a new gift card promotion.

For one day only, Target gift cards will be 10 percent off. (In other words, a $100 gift card will cost you $90).

Yep, one day only – that means people might be flocking to the stores this Sunday, Dec. 4. But you can also purchase the discounted gift cards from the Target website.

So if you're kicking yourself for missing out on their Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, the house of Bullseye is giving you yet another chance to "treat yourself."

"So check those teachers, neighbors, dog-walkers, that long-lost BFF from High School, your office secret Santa and pretty much all the impossible-to-shop-for people off your gift list. Or buy a few GiftCards now to save on last-minute gifts later. And while you’re busy making the holidays bright, treat yourself!" a news release says.

The fine print

The promotion runs from midnight PT Dec. 4 to 11:59 PT Dec. 4. (Minnesota is two hours ahead).

Target said the number of discounted gift cards are limited, and that there will be no rain checks. They can be redeemed beginning Monday morning.

Gift cards must be at least $10, and the deal is limited to $300 worth per household – which means that you'll save $30 at the most.

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