The holiday shopping season as well as is coming early this year or at least Black Friday 2017 sales at Target because all of its Black Friday deals are in now available starting today at the retailer’s location stores across the United States
Sure is, should you have a trip to Target near you at this very moment you will find thousands of items at great discounts, like a 4K Smart Ultra HD TVs under $300 and toys for your kids or as a gift for just ten bucks. You can even score an Apple iPad tablet for $80 discount than you’d find at the Apple retail stores. Which means shoppers are definitely entitled to shell out that money treating their self to a few of the buy-one-get-one-50-percent-off beauty products.
Target’s Black Friday sales will be available all month long as well as in the early of December for Cyber Monday and Week. You may want to check out all the offers are available at a nearby Target brick-and-mortar retail store, then The Velvetiere suggest you make a strategy to scoop up some of those great Black Friday deals quick.
Today, Target unveiled the first in its series of Black Friday 2017 Weekend Deals, a new holiday sales even that will feature interesting bargains, like category-wide savings on items that hardly ever go on sale, both in-stores and online at Target.com.
Target’s ‘Weekend Deals’ starts on November 11 and last through 12, with the bull’s eye’s biggest sale of the year on kitchen appliances as well as Thanksgiving prep essentials.
Thanksgiving just a couple of weeks away, the first Target’s Weekend Deal offers customers a 25 percent off on all kitchen appliances, including well-known name brands like KitchenAid and Cuisinart, with no exclusions, and 15 percent price slash on Thanksgiving prep essentials, and that includes disposable tableware, napkins, paper towels and more.
Shoppers who opt to have a trip in location stores will need a coupon for the kitchen appliances offer, which can be generated through the Target app or by texting “KITCHEN” keyword to TARGET (827438)*.
“The holidays can be hectic, and we want to make saving at Target easier than ever for our guests,” said Mark Tritton, executive vice president and chief merchandising officer, Target. “Our new Weekend Deals do just that by offering great discounts on the items our guests are shopping for most when they are doing their weekend Target run. When you combine the savings we offer through our Weekly Ad and Cartwheel, plus the festive experiences guests will find at Target stores, we’re offering tremendous value – and a lot of holiday fun – this season.”
For more details on these Black Friday deals and the Weekend Deal series, which will run through November and December, better check out the chain’s press release.
Last Monday, Target rolled out its early Black Friday 2017 sale with specials on HDTVs, home speakers, gaming consoles and among other tech items.