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Target teases ‘biggest, most digital’ Black Friday sale ever – here are the details

Updated Nov 13th, 2014 8:02AM EST
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Target on Monday announced its Black Friday deals, teasing that this year it’ll offer buyers the “biggest, most digital Black Friday ever. The company says customers will “have more opportunities than ever to get access to Target’s top holiday gifts at Black Friday prices.”

FROM EARLIER: Here is everything on sale at Best Buy for Black Friday

Target will kick off it Black Friday sales at 6:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving evening, offering buyers more sales days on November 26th (preorder day) and additional Black Friday deals will be available between November 23rd and November 29th. On top of these sales, REDcard holders will continue to receive a 5% discount on all their purchases.

The company has also published a 39-page Black Friday preview ad (see the links below in our source section), highlighting several special deal Black Friday deals, as follows:

  • New iPad Air 2 16GB, $499.00, and a free $140 Target GiftCard, Reg. $499.00
  • Beats by Dre Solo HD Headphones, $97.00, Reg. $169.99
  • Xbox One, $329.99, and a free $50 Target GiftCard and two free digital download games, Reg. $399.99
  • Nikon L330 20.2MP High Zoom Camera, $99.00, Reg. $229.99
  • Westinghouse 55” 1080p LED HDTV, $395.00
  • Fitbit Charge Wireless Activity + Sleep Wristband, $99.99, Reg. $129.99
  • GoPro HERO3+ Silver edition, $249.99, and a free $50 Target GiftCard, Reg. $299.99
  • Sony PlayStation 4, $399.00 bundled with two free games
  • Dyson DC50 Allergy vacuum, $279.00, Reg. $449.99
Chris Smith Senior Writer

Chris Smith has been covering consumer electronics ever since the iPhone revolutionized the industry in 2008. When he’s not writing about the most recent tech news for BGR, he brings his entertainment expertise to Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and other blockbuster franchises.

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