Black Friday 2017 sale is just around the corner and we already learned that Amazon already has its early sales started as early as the first day of the month, Kohl’s starter preliminary deals and Walmart’s kicked off the shopping bonanza with its “Opening Act” Holiday Specials with great deals on HDTVs, gaming consoles and laptops products. Now Target has joined the craze in releasing a waves of early deals for Black Friday, but how good are its offers compared to other retailers and what practical advice do you need to get the best bargains and discounts in a year which guarantees to be more competitive than ever in years?
Here is our Target Black Friday 2017 sales guide as well as a look at the first series deals and how much you can save:
Just like on the previous years, Target is offering its customers a free shipping and returns on all orders without minimum spending. We recently reported that Walmart is offering free 2-day shipping on orders of $35 or more and Amazon will offer free shipping for Prime members which require a membership that costs $100. So should you plan to purchase on a significantly cheaper priced item, Target may be the best store for you.
Target’s REDcard allows cardholders to enjoy 5 percent off discount on orders at Target in-stores and Target.com online stores. With that being said, it will cover both Black Friday and Cyber Monday, which means consumers will save an additional 5 percent on top of the already deeply discounted items. Cardholders will also enjoy an extra 30 days on all returns.
Target’s Black Friday 2017 promotional offerings are some of the best bundled gift card deals every year. Target typically includes a free gift card up to $250.
Expect Target to release its Black Friday 2017 ad on its online store at around November 8th. At the time Target releases its 2017 Black Friday ad, we also anticipate the retailer to also start giving consumers an early access pre-Black Friday deals on 4K HDTVs and other consumer electronic products.
Target’s Best Early Black Friday 2017 Tech Deals
- Microsoft Xbox One X 1TB Project Scorpio Edition (Preorder) for only $499.99
- Buy 2, Get 1 Free Board and Video Game Titles
- Xbox One S console with free game title (up to a $59.99 value)
- Save 10 percent on Select Televisions Sets (Target Cartwheel App-exclusive Deal)
- Xbox One Wireless Controllers for 20% Off (Target Cartwheel-exclusive App Deal)
- Sony PlayStation VR Core for PS4 for 25% Off (Target Cartwheel-exclusive App Deal)
- JLab JBuddies Headphones for 15% Off (Target Cartwheel App-exclusive Deal)
- Save 5 percent with Target REDcard every day
As we have mentioned above, early access on Target Black Friday 2017 deals will kick off shortly after the chain releases its Black Friday 2017 ad on November 8th.
The Velvetiere will be publishing a full guide to Target’s Black Friday 2017 deals and curating the best from the not-so-good, so better bookmark our webpage.
Following the deals from Amazon, Kohl’s ad leak, BJ’s Wholesale Club’s ad released, Walmart’s massive tech sales and now Target’s early offers we expect United States consumer electronics retailer Best Buy will be close behind. So stay tuned for all the breaking announcements.