Who doesn't love a good Target shopping trip?

Am I the only one that gets excited to explore a new Target store? You go in for one thing and walk out with a full shopping cart every single time.

Before you make your next trip to a Michigan Target, you may want to know about this policy change that will affect every Target lover.

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What Is The New Policy Change Affecting Michigan Locations?

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I will say Target was a little behind with this policy change. However, consumers must have been using this for the change to be prompted.

Do you use checks when you are at Target?

Well, that will be coming to an end rather soon. Say goodbye to this shopping tradition!

As of July 15th, you will not be able to pay with checks at any Michigan Target location or any locations across the country.

This may not affect a massive amount of people since most purchases are made electronically. However, this could still affect a few people's Target shopping experience.


So, go ahead and leave that checkbook at home for me, hunn.

While checks will not be accepted any longer, Target does offer several other payment options for your purchases.

Obviously, you can use a credit or debit card to pay for your items. However, you can use your digital wallet on your phone to lessen the hassle.

Besides those options, you can also still use SNAP/EBT cards.

Just remember, starting on July 15th, you will not be able to use your personal checks anymore.

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