Some may decide to skip out on Thanksgiving dinner this year in order to snap up Target’s best Black Friday deals. The mega-retailer will open its doors to the most competitive shoppers at 5 p.m. on Thursday, November 22. You’ll have eight hours to grab the best gear before the store closes at 1 a.m. Black Friday, reopening later on Black Friday at 7 a.m. Store hours may vary by state.
Target is the second-largest department store retailer in the United States, just behind Walmart, so it follows that the two are each other’s top competition when it comes to Black Friday sales. While we expect Walmart to outshine Target in the iPhone categories, most everything else is going to be a race. The retailer will likely be offering doorbuster deals on products like 4K TVs (from brands like Samsung, LG, and Philips), gaming consoles, smart vacuums, and smart home hubs like the Google Home Mini — which will not be on Amazon.
But it’s not all about the brick and mortar these days. The retailer is also hosting online-only deals in the days leading up to Black Friday, so if you want to dodge the crowds entirely, you should keep your eyes on the website.
We will be constantly updating this post with new information and deals, so stay tuned for the latest updates on Target’s Black Friday offerings.
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