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Target: FREE Technical Support on All Electronic Purchases

by Beth @ In Good Cents on September 20, 2010 · 9 comments

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You may have noticed the announcement in the recent circular.  While Target begins to expand their electronics department nationwide, they are also expanding the services offered to electronic consumers.

Now, in addition to delivery and installation starting at $99, you can get FREE technical support for electronics purchased at Target.  Trying to figure out how to sync that new i-Pod?  Or how to set up your entertainment center?  Provide them with a receipt number and they'll walk you through it.

To try it out, simply call 1-877-myTGTtech (1-877-698-4883) and have your receipt or Target.com packing slip, along with the information on your electronic such as model number, purchase date, and purchase location.

The FREE support with your purchase never expires, so hold on to those receipts!

Has anyone used Target's new technical support?  They say no question is too hard or too easy, so what was your experience?

Don't forget to check out this week's Target Deals and the Ongoing Target Deals for more opportunities to save.

Beth from In Good Cents is the Deal Seeking Mom Store Expert for Target. At In Good Cents, she teaches her readers the skills they need to dramatically cut their own grocery budgets.

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1 Heather September 20, 2010 at 11:38 pm

I would suggest photocopying your receipt ... I've noticed some receipts, maybe not Targets but I know Best Buys fade over time making it really hard to read anything on them. Just a thought. :)

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2 jodi September 21, 2010 at 2:03 am

I scan mine into the computer and save. I also then email the scan to my Gmail acct.

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3 jen September 21, 2010 at 12:07 pm

I've actually called their tech support to ask a question about a product I bought years ago. Not only did they happily answer my question, but they didnt require my receipt info. It was a great experience!

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4 Lyn October 24, 2013 at 3:14 pm

I take a snapshot of my receipts with my cameraphone and email to myself. I have a file for my receipts as I loose them over time. This way I pull it up and the ink never fades.

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5 Sanjay Grover April 24, 2012 at 9:05 pm

I had purchased iPod last December under my daughter name nikki grover with the extended warranty her screen broke now is it covered under the warranty her phone is 5169420883 please let me know how we can fix it thanks

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6 THOMAS FARRELL December 17, 2012 at 9:52 pm

I PURCHASED A PRODUCT YOU RETAIL FROM AN OTHER SUPPLYER. ITS A TV REMOTE URC RFS200. I AM HAVING TROUBLE WITH THE SET UP. COULD YOU HELP ME OUT? DO YOU HAVE TECH HELP IN THE 14830 ZIP CODE? THANK YOU

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7 scott February 1, 2013 at 6:07 pm

I was not pleased with tech support! In fact i am extremely angry with Target selling me a Gateway that I cannot open up because it take me to microsoft website and wont let me in and tech support cannot fixt this and target wont refund my money. How am I supposed to use my laptop if I cannot access anything> very mad

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8 Konietzko Jean February 1, 2013 at 9:57 pm

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HOW CAN WE ADD THE PIECES 12 & 13 TO THE MAIN (11)?

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9 Lyn October 24, 2013 at 3:10 pm

I don't know what I would have thrown out my older, but still good, TV or that Universal Remote that everybody says works for all tv. My tech helped me program the Universal - then figured out that the remote doesn't work with the converter box. My cat took care of that remote last Xmas. He then helped me realized TVs have gone down and maybe I might consider a newer model for the new year.

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