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Target, Where Assassin’s Creed III Is Discounted Online But Not Available To Buy Online

Consumerist reader Ethan wants to buy the new video game Assassin’s Creed III but, like any good shopper, doesn’t want to pay full price if he doesn’t have to. So he was thrilled to see that Target.com is selling AC3 for 17% off the sticker price — oh wait, no it isn’t. [More]

Why You Shouldn't Use PayPal On Target.com At All

Why You Shouldn't Use PayPal On Target.com At All

In past reader stories posted to this site, we’ve learned that if you you use PayPal to buy an item from Target online, then later return it, you’re only going to get store credit back. That’s cool if you shop at Target a lot, but not so cool if you don’t. Now Bethany has discovered an exciting and infuriating variation on this concept. If you order something from Target using PayPal and it’s never delivered, sure, you’ll get a refund. In the form of an e-gift card to Target. [More]

Now Available At Target: The Cordless Tea Kettle

Now Available At Target: The Cordless Tea Kettle

Would it technically be possible to have a cordless electric tea kettle? It doesn’t exist yet (Dyson is probably working on it as we speak) but in the reality-free zone that is Target, anything is possible. And cordless tea kettles come with a generous amount of cord storage. [More]

Target.com President Leaves Glitchy Mess That Is Target.com

Target.com President Leaves Glitchy Mess That Is Target.com

Following yesterday’s unexpected and still unexplained crash of Target.com — not to mention all the other problems the site has had since launching in late August — the website’s president, Steve Eastman has “left the company to pursue other opportunities.” We’re going to assume those other opportunities involve “looking for a job” and “catching up on Breaking Bad.” [More]

Report: Target.com Is A Glitchy Mess

Report: Target.com Is A Glitchy Mess

After a decade under the Amazon.com roof, Target finally took over its own e-commerce site in late August. And while the retailer has made headlines ever since, they haven’t exactly been good news for Target. [More]

Target Won't Stop Charging My Debit Card For Purchase I Made Weeks Ago

Target Won't Stop Charging My Debit Card For Purchase I Made Weeks Ago

Consumerist reader Lauren is caught in an ugly loop with the billing folks at Target.com. It seems she made a purchase a couple weeks back on the Target site and paid with her debit card. She eventually received everything, but now Lauren says that Target is continually authorizing her debit card for random amounts up to two times per week. [More]

Target And Target.com Are Not The Same Company, So Just Deal With It

Target And Target.com Are Not The Same Company, So Just Deal With It

Reader Patricia is angry and somewhat baffled by Target’s insistence that Target and Target.com are not the same company and its not a Target store’s problem if the website is messed up and tells you to drive 25 miles to buy something that isn’t in stock. [More]