It’s finally Black Friday, which means you can buy some of those hot items that are discounted today only, although I’m sure you’ve been shopping Black Friday deal well ahead of today.

Most retailers kicked off their Black Friday 2017 season days ago via online sales, while some retailers opened their Black Friday sales on Thanksgiving Day.

Target is one of the companies that opened retail stores on Thursday, alongside online sales. But its Black Friday season extends well over Black Friday itself, and it’ll be followed by a week of Cyber Monday deals.

The company on Friday revealed that some of its most popular items on Thursday were Apple’s iPad and Apple Watch, the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch consoles, but also its giant plush teddy bears, of which it sold some 600 every minute.

On top of today’s in-store and online sales, Target reminds buyers that it’ll offer them 20% off a future holiday shopping trip to all guests who spend $50 on Friday online or in a store.

Furthermore, Target will offer buyers a 30% discount on kids apparel and shoes online on Sunday and Monday. Then, on Cyber Monday, Target will slash all prices on by 15%, and Cyber Week will continue with daily deals through December 2nd — here’s the actual sales schedule:

  • Sunday – Nov. 26: 30% off kids apparel and shoes
  • Cyber Monday – Nov. 27: 30% off kids apparel and shoes, and 15% off sitewide products
  • Tuesday – Nov. 28: 40% off bath and bedding
  • Wednesday – Nov. 29: spend $30, save $10 on beauty and cosmetics
  • Thursday – Nov. 30: 30% off boots and outerwear for the family
  • Friday – Dec. 1: discounts on electronics
  • Saturday – Dec. 2: 30% off furniture and rugs

More details about Target’s Black Friday deals are available at this link., while the Cyber Monday info can be found here.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.