Believe it or not, Black Friday is just around the corner and Target is one of the best places to shop for great holiday deals. Whether you’re searching for a gift for you or a loved one, get the details you need on Target’s Black Friday sales below!
When Is Target Black Friday This Year?
Black Friday is alive and well at Target.com. The website is already featuring Black Friday sales and deals of the day!
For the 2021 year Target held Black Friday sales in stores and online from November 21st and through November 27th. While 2022 dates haven’t been fully announced yet, their website mentions that Black Friday is on November 25th this year. It’s likely the deals will run for an entire week again which has us predicting sales will last from November 20th through the 26th.
What Are the Best Deals
In 2021, there were amazing deals on electronics, toys, apparel, kitchen appliance, and more. Stay tuned for some of the best deals at Target when their ad officially drops! It’s safe to say that we can expect some pretty good discounts this year especially with the retail giant trying to move through some of it’s pandemic-era inventory surpluses!
When Will Target Release Their Black Friday Ad?
The Black Friday ad (at least a first version) has come early in 2022. The below ad was released on Oct. 9th, 2022. Almost one month earlier than anticipated. Swipe the 2022 Back Friday ad below!
In 2021, the Target Back Friday ad was release on November 15th which was two Mondays before the big event. If they follow the same pattern in 2022, Target will release their 2022 Black Friday ad on Monday, November 14th.
Will Target Match Black Friday Prices?
Yes! Target will honor all of their prices throughout Target Deal Days from October 6th – December 24th. That means if an item you purchased goes lower in price, they will match that price for you! Great deal, right? You can read more about their Price Match Policy here.
Where to Shop Deals
Most of Target’s Black Friday deals can be shopped in-store and online. However, in 2021 the Target CEO announced that all of their stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Day moving forward . So, while most stores will open back up on Black Friday morning, keep this in mind! Click the button below to be taken right to Target’s Black Friday page the moment sales drop!
How to Prepare
Looking for some extra Black Friday savings at Target? Prepare yourself for the big day and consider the following for some deeper discounts:
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