List of the 2 Best Department Store Affiliate Programs
The Target affiliate program is a decent one with higher commissions on many product categories than that of their maybe largest competitor Walmart.
Target is a top US department store with a big online presence.
Two of Target’s biggest competitors online are Amazon and Walmart. Target offers up to 8% commission rates for several product categories. For instance, when it comes to apparel, Target offers a commission rate of between 5% and 8% depending on how much sales you generate each month. This beats what both Walmart and Amazon offer.
However, there is a long list of product categories which does not pay any commission at all. At the moment, Target writes that grocery, household commodities and essentials, baby care items (diapers, wipes, food, and toiletries), pets, electronics, toys, sporting goods, movies, video games and consoles, Target Pharmacy and OTC, Target Photo, Target Optical, Target Café, prepaid and gift cards, music, books, SweetJOJO, and contract mobile all are excluded from the affiliate program.
Walmart has one of the most popular online stores in the US. It is famous for its low prices and huge selections.
The large selection of products is very well-organized with many categories and filters, making it easy to browse.
Walmart is in many ways Amazon’s strongest competitor in the US online shopping market. Another competitor is Target. The Target affiliate program pays more than Walmart’s when it comes to several product categories, including clothing and more.
What commission rate you will get depends on what products your referred customers buy. The rate is 4% for many categories, 0% for some categories, and 1% for other categories.
Postpaid mobile devices pay $10 CPA and the one-hour photo category pays 3%.