Target Ticket, Target’s digital video streaming service, is open for business. This online and mobile experience allows our guests to choose from more than 30,000 movies and TV shows, with additional content being added daily.

Features include:

No subscription or fee. Guests rent or purchase the movies or TV shows they want, paying as they go.

Ten free movies. Target Ticket will offer 10 free downloads on select movies for each new guest.

Parental controls. Target has partnered with Common Sense Media, a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization that provides information, ratings and tools for families about the media they consume. This partnership allows users to set parental controls and read detailed reviews within the Target Ticket platform.

Budget-friendly. Prices are competitive with iTunes and Amazon Instant Video, but for extra savings, guests can use their REDcard to get an additional 5 percent off.

Convenience. Instant access to movies before they release to DVD and next-day access for the most popular shows.

To create an account or to learn more, visit TargetTicket.com. Streaming is currently available on PCs, Macs, Xbox 360, Androids and iOS, Roku, Samsung TVs and Blu-ray players. Target Ticket aims to be compatible with every Internet-ready device by the end of 2014.

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