Target CEO Gregg Steinhafel Friday announced a 10 percent discount for any customer who shops in the chain's stores this weekend.
Target's been dealing with fallout from the disclosure this week that up to 40 million customers' credit card information had been compromised.
"We take this crime seriously," he said in a statement. "It was a crime against Target, our team members, and most importantly, our guests. We're in this together, and in that spirit, we are extending a 10% discount...to guests who shop in U.S. stores on Dec. 21 and 22."
Target added some conditions to the offer. It is valid in store only, limited to one discount per guest, to be used in a single transaction. Spokeswoman Molly Snyder said the 10 percent weekend discount will be in addition to the regular 5 percent discount for those using Target REDcards.
Steinhafel also announced that Target will offer free credit monitoring services and "will be in touch with those impacted by this issue soon on how and where to access the service."
While the retailer says there have not been many reports of fraud, it won't say how many have occurred.
At this time, Target says there is no indication that card PIN numbers were included in the theft.
"What this means is their bank PIN debit card or Target debit card still has this additional layer of protection," said Target spokeswoman Molly Snyder. "It also means that someone cannot visit an ATM with a fraudulent card and withdraw cash."
Snyder said there's no indication that the stolen data included birth dates, Social Security numbers or the three or four-digit security code visible on the back of a card. That code is typically required for online purchases.
Target says Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express are closely monitoring affected card numbers for fraud. But the retailer says consumers should still keep a close eye on their accounts themselves, too.
The Minnesota Credit Union Network said Friday it was not aware of any confirmed Target-related frauds involving member credit unions. Those credit unions have about 1.6 million members.
Wells Fargo wouldn't discuss if its customers have seen fraudulent charges related to the Target data breach. TCF Bank and U.S. Bank did not respond to requests for comment.