Target’s Best Early Holiday Deals You Can Shop Now

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Shoppers, get ready: Black Friday is arriving early this year — at least, it is at Target. The mega retailer has unveiled a slew of shiny new sales, marketing them as Holiday Best Deals. Rolled out on Oct. 31, consumers still have until Nov. 6 to get their hands on these hot products with rock-bottom prices.

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Here’s a look at the categories on sale and just how much shoppers stand to save: 

  • Apple: Up to $60 off select Apple products 
  • Baby Toys and Gear: Up to 40% off select products 
  • Crayola: 25% off select products 
  • Fitbit: Up to $100 off select models 
  • Floor Care: Up to 40% off select products 
  • Furniture: Up to 25% off select items 
  • Hair Appliances: Up to 50% off select products 
  • Headphones: Up to 50% off select items
  • Kitchen Appliances: Up to 50% off select items
  • Scooters and Hoverboards: Up to 30% off select products  
  • Toys: 50% off BOGO select toy brands 
  • TVs: Up to 25% off select models
  • Video Games: Up to 60% off select titles

Certain items within these discounted categories shine brighter than others, and consumers would be wise to buy them now, rather than waiting for Black Friday or Cyber Monday. 

Here’s a peek at some of the most alluring deals now available: 

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Shoppers would be wise to dive into these and other standout discounts at Target now —  not only because they are impressive, but because of the chaos of the retail industry at present. Due to supply chain issues, major shipping shortages and delays are wreaking havoc on holiday shopping.

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Last updated: Nov. 4, 2021 


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