Target launches Target Ticket video service
Minneapolis – Target Corp. is rolling out its Target Ticket digital video service nationwide. The service allows users to download and view digital video content on their personal digital devices and channels.
Target Ticket offers 30,000 movie and TV titles for purchase or rental on download or stream. There are no subscription or signup fees, and members of Target’s REDCard loyalty program receive a 5% discount. Viewers can watch rented content as many times as they want within a 48-hour rental period. Target partnered with non-profit group Common Sense Media to create ratings and reviews of Target Ticket content for parents.
“Many of our guests told us that streaming and viewing videos is complicated, so we created Target Ticket to simplify the experience,” said Anne Stanchfield, divisional merchandise manager of entertainment, Target. “Target Ticket will help guests who are looking for a kid-safe, easy-to-use service that mirrors what they have come to expect from Target’s entertainment offerings; a premium selection of the newest titles plus exclusive content, all at an affordable price.”
Target Ticket is currently available on PC and MAC, Android and iOS, Roku, Xbox, Samsung televisions and Blu-Ray players, with availability on additional devices in the coming months. Customers can obtain access to the service via the Target website or the Target Ticket app.