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Target releases plans for its biggest Black Friday sale

Sales started on November 20 and will run through Cyber Monday on November 28

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Target, along with many major retailers, kicked off the holiday season early this year, offering shoppers Deal Day events back in early October. Then, in mid-October, the company announced its plans for a season-long Black Friday event, along with Deal of the Day, in which Target offered one major item at a significant discount. 

Now, with Black Friday right around the corner, Target is announcing its plans for the most anticipated shopping weekend of the year. Sales started on Sunday, November 20, and will run through Saturday, November 26. Then, new sales will be announced for Cyber Monday starting on Sunday, November 27, and running through Monday, November 28. 

“We know our guests are looking forward to Black Friday for big savings across all of their holiday needs, and we’re planning to deliver for them with our biggest Black Friday sale ever,” said Christina Hennington, executive vice president and chief growth officer at Target. 

“With more than one million items on sale, we’re offering guests incredible value on the season’s must-have items, from exclusives like Heyday and FAO Schwarz, to national brands like LEGO and Apple, and only-at-Target items across apparel, home, food, and beverage. And best of all, when guests shop Black Friday deals at Target, they can get their items that same day using Drive Up, Order Pickup, or Same Day Delivery with Shipt – all with no membership required.” 

What’s on sale?

While Target plans to update its sales over the course of the weekend, some of the things shoppers can get on sale right now through Saturday, November 26, include: 

  • $105 off iRobot Roomba 675 vacuum

  • $50 off plus a $50 gift card with the purchase of an Xbox Series S console

  • 25% off beauty gift sets

  • $300 off 65-inch Element Smart TV

  • $150 off Dyson V8 Origin vacuum

  • Buy one get one 50% off toy brands – Barbie, FAO Schwarz, Marvel, and more

  • 40% off baby gear

  • 40% off LEGO

  • 50% off six-foot Alberta Christmas trees

  • $100 off Beats Solo 3 Wireless Headphones

  • 50% off Wondershop pet beds

  • $200 off KitchenAid Professional 5 qt Stand Mixer

  • $6 faux fur slippers

  • $70 off PowerXL Vortex Pro 8 qt Air Fryer

  • $29.99 for top Nintendo Switch games

Then, between Thanksgiving Day and Saturday, November 26, Target plans to roll out these sales: 

  • $60 off Beats Studio Buds

  • 40% off boots and outerwear

  • 30% off jewelry

  • $7 matching sleepwear sets

  • 20% off Kinetic Sand

  • $3 for clothing basics 

Shopping conveniently this holiday season

While Target stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, stores will reopen on Black Friday at 7:00 am local time. 

Additionally, throughout the holiday season, Target has updated its return policy and will honor its price match policy. Customers now have 90 days to return items to Target, while the company will also honor any price matches for items found at a lower price either at Target or other retailers when shoppers are in-store or within 14 days of their original purchase. 

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