Now through December 30, 2015, Market District in Carmel has a special for every $50 you purchase in gift cards, $5 will be loaded to your eVantage card for a future purchase. If you saw the post I made about Target having a one day sale on gift cards on Sunday, December 20th, one way to stretch your dollars further is to buy a $50 Target gift card from Market District (earning you $5 towards a future purchase at Market District), which is roughly 10% back, and then taking your newly purchased Target gift card from Market District and buying gift cards from Target on December 20th at 10% off. If you want to receive the maximum discount, you can buy $270 worth of Target gift cards from Market District (giving you 5 $5 credits or a value of $25) and then get $300 worth of Target gift cards on December 20th in-store or online, which will only cost you $270 and use the Target gift card you purchased at Market District to purchase the discounted Target gift card valued at $300 for only $270 or $245 when you factor in the $25 you will get back from Market District. As another idea, Market District has a wide variety of gift cards where you can choose the value of the gift card starting at $15 (Kohl’s is one retailer) so if you want to pay an additional $30 in some other gift card to the $270 Target gift card you may purchase, you can make your gift card purchases $300 and receive 6 $5 credits back onto your eVantage card. Please note: This offer is not valid on purchases of Market District gift cards and getGo gift cards. Also, you must have an eVantage card set up before buying the gift card purchase versus the cashier scanning a general card because the eVantage reward gets added to your personalized account so make sure you open a card if you don’t already have one open. It is not a credit card, just a Market District card which makes you eligible for further discounts in the store.