The most straightforward way to make a Target Credit Card payment is online. Log in here and select "Pay Now." As long as you make your payment before 5 p.m. Central Standard Time, it will post the same day.
You can also make a payment by calling 800-659-2396. Follow the automated prompts or ask to speak with a Target guest services representative. Your payment will post to your account within two business days.… read full answer
You can pay your credit card in person at any Target store, too. Visit the Guest Service Counter, and have your billing statement or Target credit card ready, so the attendant can look up your account number.
Lastly, you can make a Target Credit Card payment by mail. Send your payment to: Target Card Services / P.O. Box 660170 / Dallas, TX 75266-0170.
Ways to Make a Target REDCard Bill Payment:
Online. Log in to your Target account on the website and click “Pay Now.”
Over the phone. Call 800-659-2396 and follow the prompts to make a payment.
In a Target store. Bring your billing statement to the Guest Service Counter.
By mail. Send a check and your payment coupon to: Target Card Services / P.O. Box 660170 / Dallas, TX 75266-0170.
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