As with everything in 2020, our holiday season will get a little tweaking this year. Many of us will be seeing our family through a screen instead of in person, and Santa will have to drop his gifts down the chimney in order to stay a safe distance away. (We hope he can find a mask to fit over that beard!) But one thing that remains the same is the gift of retail therapy, and for that, we say, Thank you, Target! Black Friday falls on Nov. 27 this year, but it’s nothing but steals and deals all month long at this retailer.
New sales will be announced every Thursday through Saturday starting Nov. 8. Bookmark this page and check back often—we’ll be updating it with the latest deals and removing things that have sold out.
Because of COVID-19 precautions and concerns, Target is offering contactless order pickup. Plus, loads of the items on sale are ones that make our home—which is now also our office, classroom and vacation destination—as comfortable and smart as possible. Without breaking the bank, you can grab an Instant Pot to cook up dinner for the whole family; then gather around your new 70-inch LG smart TV. (And when you need some alone time, just pop on your Bose Frames Audio Sunglasses and go for a music-filled walk in the sun, by yourself!)
Not finding what you’re looking for at Target? Check out the best Walmart Black Friday deals to see their great collection of savings and complete your shopping early without dealing with long, distanced lines outside the stores.
Whether you want to shop some feelings, make your home office more user-friendly or just get a head start on your holiday shopping, Target Black Friday deals give you plenty of great options to choose from, reduced to fantastic prices. And since money is particularly tight for many of us right now, Target will price-match if the cost of your item drops before December 25!
Apple Airpods with Charging Case—Now $120 (was $160)
Shark Rocket Ultra-Light Corded Stick Vacuum – HV301—Now $100 (was $200)
iRobot Roomba 675 Wi-Fi Connected Robot Vacuum—Now $180 (was $280)
Shark Navigator Powered Lift-Away Upright Vacuum – NV586—Now $150 (was $350)
Dyson Ball Animal 2 Upright Vacuum Iron/Purple—Now $300 (was $500)
Dyson V10 Animal Cordless Stick Vacuum – Iron Gray—Now $350 (was $500)
Dyson HP01 Hot and Cool Purifier Air Purifier and Fan Silver—Now $375 (was $500)
Ninja Kitchen System with Auto IQ Boost and 7-Speed Blender—Now $100 (was $200)
Beats Studio3 Wireless Over-Ear Noise Canceling Headphones—$175 (was $350)
Theragun Elite Handheld Percussive Massage Device—$300 (was $400)
Cuisinart AirFryer Toaster Oven—$140 (was $200)
Huge savings on video games, including Legend of Zelda, NBA 2K, and Super Mario—Between $10 to $40.
Personal Care and Beauty Products—Up to 40% Off
AirPods Pro—$200 (was $250). Apple’s latest audio invention, the AirPods Pro, features active noise cancellation to make sure you hear what you want to, instead of the noise around you. The case supports wireless charging, while the earbuds themselves are sweat- and water-resistant, making them great for workouts.
LG 70′’ Class 4K UHD Smart LED HDR TV—$550 (was $850). This 70-inch Smart TV by LG supports 4K content, meaning you’ll get a crisp, clear picture. It’s also compatible with Google, Amazon and Apple’s smart assistants, so you can start streaming The Mandalorian (or any show you like) with just your voice.
Sony 4K Blu-ray Player—$150 (was $250). This Sony Blu-ray Player works with nearly any kind of media disk! Plus, it can stream 4K content from Netflix and supports surround sound.
LG SN7Y 3.1.2 ch High Res Bluetooth Audio Soundbar with Dolby Atmos—$300 (was $500). Unlike traditional surround sound, Dolby Atmos designs sound in 360 degrees, placing music dialogue and sound effects anywhere in the room. This LG Soundbar supports Dolby Atmos and comes with a subwoofer to ensure deep, rich bass.
Instant Pot Duo 6qt 7-in-1 Pressure Cooker—$80 (was $100). This year has been a pressure cooker, and so is this 7-quart Multi-Use Programmable Instant Pot, but in a good way! Especially when time, patience, and funds are in short supply, this bad boy combines seven appliances into one and cooks food up to 70 percent faster than with other tools. There are 14 one-touch programs—perfect for those of us who are less than deft in the kitchen—along with a progress indicator for worry-free cooking, and more than 10 safety features, including overheat protection and safety lock.