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NerdWallet is here to help you win Black Friday, while leaving your budget intact. We spend the time, you save the money. Visit regularly for tips and announcements about the best holiday deals from your favorite retailers. Black Friday is Nov. 24.
The 2017 Target Black Friday ad has arrived! Doors will be open from 6 p.m. to midnight on Thanksgiving, and will reopen at 6 a.m. on Black Friday. Select deals and free shipping on all orders are available online throughout Black Friday weekend. Take a look at some of the standouts from the 40-page ad below:
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Target has more deals planned for the days following Black Friday. Additional discounts will be available on the retailer’s website starting on Saturday, Nov. 25 and will run throughout Cyber Week. Beginning early on Cyber Monday, Nov. 27, Target will also give online shoppers a 15% sitewide discount. As a bonus, shipping is free through the remainder of the holiday season, and Target REDcard users will get an extra 5% off most items.
Here’s a sample of the Cyber Week savings highlighted in the company’s press release:
Target will slash prices on other electronics, kitchen appliances, home decor, toys, movies and more. Head to the website during Cyber Week for a complete look at the sale.
Target can be your one-stop shop for everything from clothing and electronics to groceries and home furnishings. Low everyday prices and sales are year-round occurrences, but there are a few tips and tricks to save even more at the discount retailer, as outlined in our Target store guide.
In 2016, Target went all out — before, during and after Black Friday. Deals started 10 days before the holiday weekend, and the retailer released a 40-page ad packed with sought-after deals. The official Black Friday sale started at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving, both online and in store.
Target’s ad labeled each deal as a doorbuster special, but a select few stuck out as highlights:
Target brought back its 10 Days of Deals promotion starting on Nov. 19, with daily discounts on products in some of the store’s most popular categories. The specials were available in-store and online, with free shipping.
Here’s a look back at the schedule: