What is registry group gifting?

What is registry group gifting?

  • Group gifting allows multiple gift givers to contribute Toward an eGiftCard for the registrant to put toward the purchase of any item from a Target store or online. 
  • The registrant will not receive the actual gift, they will get an eGiftCard to purchase the gift themselves. 
  • The Target eGiftCard can be redeemed for the amount contributed, with no expiration date or additional fees.
  • While the price of items may change, the group gift dollar amount will match the price of the item when the first contribution was made to that group gift.

How to set up Group Gifting:
  • All registries are automatically set up to allow group gifting for items over $100. 
  • To disable group gifting, visit your registry Home page on Target.com and select Edit under your registry's name. Deselect Allow friends and family to contribute to a group gift.

Registrants can: 
  • Turn the group gifting feature on or off.
  • Determine the status of group gifting by selecting Home from their registry page on Target.com. A progress bar will display the percentage contributed by gift givers for the item. The dollar amount displayed is the price of the item when the first contribution was made to that group gift.

Important Notes:
  • When you claim your Target eGiftCard before the event date, additional contributions to this gift cannot be made.
  • Only one group gift per registry can be open for contributions at a time.


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