Target Ticket {Giveaway}

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Note:  I’m a member of the Target Inner Circle and was given gift cards to use to facilitate this post.

Family movie night just got a little more simplified at our house, thanks to Target Ticket.   Target Ticket is Target’s new video download and rental service that allows you to buy, rent, download, and stream videos.

We were given a chance to give this new service a try and one lucky Simple Kids reader is going to win a chance to give Target Ticket a try, too!

Some of our favorites things about Target Ticket:

  • No monthly fees or subscriptions!
  • You rent or purchase the movies and purchase the TV shows you want (so no disappearing movies or TV shows, as happens sometimes with other services).
  • Parental controls and common sense ratings.
  • There’s a Target Kids Picks feature where you can view recommendations by age.
  • You can organize your movies and TV shows into different lists.
  • Right now you can create a free account and get 10 free downloads.

From the website:

Target Ticket is currently available to stream on your PC, Mac, Android, or iOS device, and available to download on your personal PC, Android, or iOS device. In future releases the App will be become available for Xbox, Roku, as well as Smart TVs and Blu-Ray Players.  The download feature to the Mac platform will soon be available as well.

The Giveaway

One Simple Kids reader will win a $50 gift card to use on Target Ticket.

To Enter:  leave a comment with your family’s current favorite movie.

Please note that due to licensing fees and agreements, Target Ticket is only available within the United States so this giveaway is for readers in the USA only.  Thank you!

This giveaway will end at 11:59 EST on Friday October 11, 2013. Good luck!

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Comments

  1. Peter Schott says:

    Bringing Up Baby or Singing in the Rain would be our family’s top choices. Hard to pick just one.

  2. Susan Christy says:

    About The Croods

  3. How to Train your dragon

  4. A few weeks ago we showed the kids The Goonies – they loved it! Of course.
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  5. My son’s current favorite movie is monsters inc.

  6. Our current favorite movie is Disney’s Monsters University. Despicable Me comes in a very close second!

  7. Cars and Mary Poppins!
    Great give away :-)

  8. Melissa Rodriguez says:

    Our favorite is Despicable Me!

  9. the new muppet movie!

  10. Heather c says:

    despicable me! cant wait for Despicable Me2 on video!!

  11. Elizabeth says:

    We are WAY behind on movies as I have a 3 year old but he currently LOVES The Lorax.

  12. Tiffany Blair says:

    Currently, we cannot get enough Peter Pan in our house!

  13. My girls love any of the TinkerBell movies! And recently they’ve started watching the American Girl movies.

  14. Wreck-it Ralph!

  15. Jackie Watson says:

    as of last night, my family LOVES Wreck-it Ralph!!!

  16. Peter Pan is always a standby with my kids!

  17. elizabeth says:

    Our favorites are any of the Harry Potter movies, or Despicable Me.

  18. Wreck It Ralph

  19. What a cool idea this is!
    Our favorite movie (which has been for several years now) is Aliens in the Attic. It’s so silly but engaging. All four of us bigger people love to watch it over and over!
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  20. We just watched Parental Guidance as a family and really enjoyed it… much more than I thought we would!
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  21. We just recently watched “The Mouse & the Motorcycle” after having read it aloud. It was really cute!
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  22. I pulled out the old disney classic Robin Hood and my boys love it. So cute!

  23. We loved Despicable Me 2!

  24. Sandy Laken says:

    It’s a toss up between Despicable Me and the Avengers!

  25. We are fans of the Little House on the Prairie Series on DVD!

  26. We love Totoro!!!

  27. Favorite movie is so hard to say, but we just watched The Little Mermaid this weekend and the whole family absolutely loved it. I love sharing classic childrens movies with our kids!
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  28. Melissa Ogden says:

    We currently love Despicable Me, Lady and the Tramp and any Herbie Movies.

  29. porschea medina says:

    Our favorite is Wreak it Ralph. !!!!

  30. My kids have been loving some DVDs with some older Tom and Jerry cartoons. (Purchased cheaply at Target of course, love the $5 section of movies)

  31. Sound of Music

  32. Alice in Wonderland

  33. Cinderella

  34. I just took my kids to the movies as a birthday present. They saw Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2-it is a new favorite!! We cannot wait for it to come out on DVD so we can watch is again!
    I have never heard about Target offering this, going to have to check it out some more!
    Thank you!

  35. Finding Nemo

  36. Current fav – Little Mermaid

  37. Another Despicable Me family.

  38. This sounds interesting! I have never heard of this. Our current favorite movie is Holes.

  39. Ramona and Beezus is adorable!

  40. Mary Poppins

  41. we LOVE {we bought a zoo}

  42. the muppets (the new one) — thanks for the chance.

  43. We are Cars fans, as well as the Toy Story trio.

  44. My 3 year old only wants to watch Curious George and Caillou. He is very sensitive to the bad guys in children’s movies and scares easily. We like to keep our viewing lighthearted and fun.

  45. Current favorite….Planes. They can’t wait for it to release on DVD.

  46. I don’t think we have a family favorite. my son enjoys Johnny Test and BeyBlade and I just enjoy variety so I don’t have the hear the annoying, and ear worm-like, theme songs over and over…gah now Johnny Test is running through my mind

  47. Elf

  48. my kids’ favorite movie right now is finding nemo

  49. Our boys like both Cars and Cars 2.

  50. The Croods is our favorite right now, but are all time favorite is The Lion King.
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