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Target’s early Black Friday deals for Wednesday are now live: Big HDTV and iPad bargains

Updated 4 years ago
Published Nov 25th, 2015 12:07PM EST
Target Black Friday Early Access Ad

This year, many retailers started running Black Friday deals before Black Friday actually arrived. Some offer month-long access to discounted prices and others have week-long shopping events for customers. Most of them have attractive pre-Black Friday offers, some debuting early during the Black Friday week and others planned around Thanksgiving.

Target has a special event called Black Friday Early Access that gives shoppers access to a variety of products at Black Friday prices two days early. Now, the company has released an official 5-page ad that contains no less than 29-items that’ll be available for discounted prices in stores and online on Wednesday.

MUST SEE: See all of Amazon’s best Black Friday HDTV deals right here

Target’s Wednesday sale includes a bunch of interesting tech deals, as listed below.

  • $499.99 49-inch LG Smart 4K TV (save $300)
  • $399.99 iPad Air (free $100 Target gift card with any iPad Air purchase)
  • $394.99 Parrot Bepop drone (save $105)
  • $349 Apple Watch (free $100 Target gift card with any Apple Watch purchase)
  • $299.99 Xbox One Gears of War bundle (save $50 and free $60 Target gift card)
  • $269.99 iPad mini 2 (free $80 Target gift card with any iPad mini 2 purchase)
  • $249.99 55-inch Westinghouse LED HDTV (save $100)
  • $119 Fitbit Charge HR with PurePulse heart rate sensor (save $30.99)
  • $99.99 Nikon CoolPix L340 camera (save $130)
  • $96.99 Beats Solo2 headphones (save $103)
  • $49.99 Altec Lansing Mini Life Jacket 2 waterproof (save $50)

Check the full Black Friday Early Access ad below, via, while the complete Target Black Friday 2015 ad is available at this link.

Be sure to visit our Black Friday 2015 hub for more deals and sales events throughout the month.

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 closely follows the events in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and other blockbuster franchises. Outside of work, you’ll catch him streaming almost every new movie and TV show release as soon as it's available.