Target’s Black Friday 2017 doorbusters starts on Thanksgiving in-store and online deals begins on early morning of Turkey day.
Among the a wide selections of Target’s Black Friday 2017 deals and doorbusters posted on its circular ad online, our eyes were immediately popped widely to the great assortments that come with free gift cards.
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Some of the best Target’s Black Friday 2017 deals:
Xbox One S for $190, with a $25 gift card – Microsoft’s Xbox One S console makes the net price down to just $165 — the lowest price I have seen anywhere so far, but it’s unclear whether it comes with any big video game title.
Google Home Mini for $29 plus $10 gift card – That’s $20 price slash the manufacturer’s suggested retail price and a net price bring down to only $19.
GoPro Hero5 Black for $350 plus $50 gift card – That’s $50 discount directly from the list price and the net price brings down to only $300.
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Other notable tech deals from Target on Black Friday 2017 that don’t come with gift cards:
- Sony PlayStation 4 Slim for $200 (Save $100)
- Amazon Fire TV Stick for $25 (Save $15)
- Google Chromecast for $25 (Save $10)
- 49-inch TCL Roku 4K HDR Smart UHD TV for $350 (Save $30, Special Purchase)
- GoPro Hero5 Session with head strap & 16GB SD card for $250 (Save $90)
- Beats Studio Wireless Headphones for $160 (Save $220)
- JBL Charge 3 wireless speaker for $90 (Save $60)
- Apple 10.5-inch iPad Pro for $530 (Save $120)
- Apple 9.7-inch 2017 iPad for $250 (Save $80)
Otherwise, there are also Target Black Friday 2017 deals on Apple products including the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPad Pro and the Watch Series 3. There are also deals on Samsung’s Galaxy smartphone line including S8, S8 Plus and Note 8. And a plethora of 4K TVs from Samsung, LG and other name brands, too.
Target location stores will their doors at 6 P.M. local time on Turkey Day. The doorbusters and deals online “kicks off on early Thanksgiving morning according to the Target’s Black Friday 2017 news release.