From the “Services” menu, choose “Manage Your PIN.”
Click on “Change PIN” and then “Continue.”
Set up your new PIN.
If you need help with changing your credit card’s PIN online, you can call customer service at (888) 755-5856 or at the number you see on the back of your card. A live representative should be able to help you. It is also worth noting that you can change your Target Credit Card PIN anytime.
You can't get cash advances with your Target Credit Card, unless you have been upgraded to the Mastercard version, which you can use anywhere that takes Mastercard, including virtually all ATMs. You can’t apply for that card directly. Once you have the Target Credit Card, it might be offered to you as an upgrade.
However, out of all the credit card fees, the ones associated with cash advances are some of the most exorbitant, so it's best to avoid them.
Here’s what you can do instead of getting a Target Credit Card cash advance:
Alternatively, if you have good or excellent credit, a personal loan from a bank may be cheaper than a credit card cash advance. Also, the payoff will be faster compared to making credit card minimum payments, further reducing the amount of overall interest paid. You can compare personal loan offers to weigh your options.
If getting a personal loan is not an option, consider asking family or friends for a free or low-interest short-term loan.
You can set a PIN for your Target Credit Card when you apply for it. You will need this 4-digit number for your in-store purchases or when you use your card online.
Here’s what to do if you forgot your Target Credit Card PIN:
If you forgot your PIN, the easiest way you can reset it is by … read full answerlogging in to your online account. From the “Services” menu, choose “Manage Your PIN” and then click on “Change PIN.”
Alternatively, you can reset your PIN by calling the Target Credit Card customer service line at (800) 424-6888, or the number on the back of your card. A live representative should be able to help you.
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