HORRIBLE customer service
By Toni on 13th July 2015
Got an email for the order I just placed and I didn't have a card in it to tell them who it was from. I tried to call the number on the email (which says call if you want to cancel - this was right after I placed the order). They, of course, couldn't put a not inside the order because the order had already started. When I asked them to cancel the order, then they said, of course, they couldn't cancel either. Why send me an email that says you can cancel if you can't. Just completely unacceptable and customer service was just as bad. Go somewhere else when you have a chance for another registry.
By Anonymous on 31st January 2015
Don't ever buy a phone through Target! They lead you to believe you have insurance on the phone and your carrier will be aware of it but that's bull! You pay monthly and then you need a replacement phone and your carrier tells you that you have no insurance!!! What a scam!!!!
By Cindy-Lu/K Michel on 18th November 2014
My mother ran out of her Bipolar medications after loosing her insurance not only did the Pharmacy Staff at Target Brandywine Town Center (Brandywine Pkwy) spend 3 hours trying to get her the medication she needed but they saved her $1200.00. Thank you to Maria and JEB/SMM and to all the staff!!!!!
By Anonymous on 25th September 2013
I would not suggest registering for your wedding through Target. The items are difficult to find in the store, if someone orders you a gift online and it's sent to your house it doesn't say who it is from, the registry gets messed up and I ended up getting duplicates of multiple items. Even when people brought the registry up to the counter it didn't tell them the gift was already fulfilled. If someone isn't available to sign for a package or you don't have your signature listed on the door, you may never get the package.
etc. etc. I had nothing but troubles and I would never suggest it to future brides.
Sales price advertised were just regular price
By Anonymous on 24th July 2013
Target has been advertising items weekly that seemed like on sale but in actual fact if you look behind that advertised price item (supposedly like sale item) is just their regular priced item.
Why don't Target just give customers a break by giving real sales price and not doing false advertising!!!