Target (TGT) is joining the growing list of companies offering incentives to Americans to get out and get their COVID shot.

The retailer, in partnership with CVS, will provide customers and employees who receive their COVID vaccine at a Target store a $5 coupon to be used in stores.

CVS is Target’s pharmacy partner, offering the COVID vaccine to the public at the retailer’s locations.

To receive a $5 Target coupon, vaccine recipients will need to make a vaccination appointment at their local Target store and get their COVID shot at the store, where they will then receive the coupon following their inoculation.

According to Target, vaccine appointments are available at nearly all CVS at Target locations and can be scheduled at CVS.com.

Target is just one of several companies that are offing perks to get the COVID vaccine.

Both Budweiser and Samuel Adams have said they will buy vaccine recipients their first beer with proof of vaccination.

Samuel Adams will send $7 through the Cash app to spend at a favorite bar or restaurant for beer on the brewer by posting the hashtag #shotforsam while tagging @samueladamsbeer on Instagram or Twitter, while Budweiser will buy the first round of beer for those that are vaccinated by signing up on the website ABeerOnBud.com by May 16 while supplies last.

 

 

 

 

The state of New Jersey is also offering those that receive their COVID vaccine a free beer from one of a dozen participating breweries in the “Beer and Shot” promotion, which Gov. Phil Murphy announced on Monday in a Tweet.

One of the most well-known vaccine perks has come from Krispy Kreme, which is offering free donuts to anyone that gets their COVID vaccine. Those that have their shot can get one free donut a day with proof of inoculation, such as their vaccination card, from the chain for the rest of 2021.

 

 

A total of 50 vaccinated fans will also have the chance to win Super Bowl LVI tickets for the February 2020 game at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, the NFL said. Details about the promotion will be announced on May 8 at 8 p.m. ET during the “Global Citizens VAX Live: The Concert to Reunite the World,” CBS reported.

After receiving a COVID vaccine, recipients can also head to Office Depot or Staples to get their vaccination card laminated, as both office supply stores are offering free lamination. Office Depot said it would provide the service until July 25, while Staples will continue to laminate cards until July 31.

 

 

 

 

Shares of Target were trading at $213.13 as of 1:11 p.m. EDT on Thursday, up 72 cents, or 0.34%.

Target store Customers walk outside a Target store on Aug. 14, 2003, in Springfield, Virginia. Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images