Target Reveals Black Friday Deals and Dates — Including a Preview Sale Monday

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Target recently announced that it is again offering free shipping with no minimum purchase requirement for the holiday shopping season. But that’s just the beginning of what the beloved retailer has in store for Black Friday deal seekers.

On Monday, Target released its Black Friday ad, announced its Black Friday sale dates and times, and kicked off a brief Black Friday Preview sale.

Let’s start with the preview sale, as it both starts and ends on Monday. Don’t despair if you miss it, though — it’s just the first of multiple opportunities to save at Target this season.

Target’s 2017 Black Friday Preview sale

Target’s Black Friday Preview sale is going on Monday in stores and online. You can shop in stores until they close or online until 11:59 p.m. PT — or both.

Highlighted deals include 50 percent off select board games and more than 50 percent off Beats wireless headphones.

To view the other deals available Monday, visit the “Target Black Friday” webpage and scope out the section labeled “Early access. Today only!”

Target notes that no coupons or codes are necessary during the Black Friday Preview sale. Discounts will automatically be applied at checkout.

Target’s 2017 Early Access sale

Target’s Early Access sale is a new addition to its Black Friday offerings this year. The sale is open only to Target REDcard holders, though — one of multiple new REDcard benefits.

The Early Access sale is scheduled for Nov. 22, the day before Thanksgiving, and will be online only. Target describes it as “packed with the most deals we’ve ever offered ahead of Thanksgiving.”

To learn more about Target’s REDcards, which include both a credit and debit card option, visit the “REDcard” home page. We also talk about REDcard perks in:

Target’s 2017 Black Friday deals and dates

Target is again joining the handful of retail chains that will open on Thanksgiving for early Black Friday deal seekers.

Target stores will open from 6 p.m. to midnight on Nov. 23, Thanksgiving Day, and re-open at 6 a.m. on Nov. 24, Black Friday.

You can scope out all of Target’s Black Friday deals now in the Black Friday ad. Target notes that they include:

  • 13 TVs under $300
  • The lowest price ever on Xbox One S and PlayStation 4 video gaming consoles
  • Nearly 1,000 toys under $10 and 2,000 under $20
  • Buy one, get one 50 percent off on hundreds of beauty gift sets — more sets than have ever been on sale before

To sweeten these deals, if you spend $50 in stores or online on Black Friday, you’ll get a coupon for 20 percent off a future shopping trip. The coupon can be redeemed between Nov. 28 and Dec. 10.

Stay tuned for details on the deals Target will offer following Black Friday. So far, the retailer has only said:

“You’ll find deep discounts on Target.com on Cyber Monday and beyond, as well as through our new Weekend Deals with big savings every Saturday and Sunday through December.”

For more news on this Black Friday season, keep an eye on our 2017 holiday shopping season page.

Which sales are you most excited about at Target or elsewhere as we head into Black Friday season? Let us know below or over on our Facebook page.

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