Target’s sale is live — check out the deals ahead of Cyber Monday

by NEW YORK DIGITAL NEWS


It’s news to no one that the “Black Friday” — singular day — nomenclature isn’t even close to an accurate depiction of how long Black Friday season actually spans.

Take Target, for example: It officially began releasing early Black Friday deals on Oct. 29, with new ones materializing in the following four weeks leading up to this Thanksgiving weekend. All of this is part of what Target says are its best savings of the year. Best Buy and Walmart were similarly ahead of the game this year, too.

If it feels like you were just reading about all of these deals Target was dropping, you were — Target Circle Week was not that long ago. While the product categories seeing price slashes for Circle Week and Black Friday (TVs, video games, headphones, kitchen and cleaning appliances) are similar, you don’t need to be a Target Circle member to access a majority of Target’s Black Friday deals as you did with Circle Week deals.

Target has been switching up its sales, so we’re keeping tabs on the best Cyber Monday deals at Target as they show up.

Early Cyber Monday Apple deals

Why we like it

Released last year, the 5th generation iPad Air is still a solid tablet. It’s powered by the M1 chip, compatible with the Apple Pencil 2, and is “elegant, powerful, and versatile enough for both casual users and professionals,” Mashable’s Stan Schroeder noted in his review of the tablet. At $499.99, the 64GB WiFi-only version is back at its all-time low Prime Day pricing ahead of Black Friday.

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Early Cyber Monday tech deals

Why we like it

A 50-inch 4K TV in the $259.99 realm is already a pretty dang good deal, let alone a QLED model. This Philips model is labeled as a special purchase, which means this is an item that may not be on Target’s website year-round and was listed at an already-low price just for the Black Friday event. So while the 7% discount is hardly a Black Friday-level chunk off, the price is stellar to begin with.

QLED TVs feature quantum dots, which produce a much wider, brighter array of colors than non-QLED models, making colors noticeably more vibrant. Because of their brightness, QLED TVs are particularly great for watching TV (especially sports) in the daylight. This particular Philips model is Dolby Vision compatible and has the Roku platform built in.

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TVs, sound bars, and streaming devices

Laptops

Gaming

Headphones and speakers

Fitness trackers and smartwatches

Early Cyber Monday toy deals

Why we like it

There’s something for every kid on your list in Target’s Cyber Monday toy sale. Today, there are over 1,700 deals on dolls and dollhouses alone, with some Barbie playsets reaching as low as $12.99. Meanwhile, you can save 40% on this Barbie vacation house playset, taking the price down to $68.99 from $114.99.

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Early Cyber Monday home and kitchen deals

Why we like it

Your cheapest path to a cordless Dyson is the V8. And an early Cyber Monday deal makes it particularly cheap at Target, where the V8 Origin is on sale for $249.99. FWIW, the cheapest V8 currently offered at Dyson’s website is on sale for $279.99.

Even as Dyson’s mildest cleaner, the V8 is still a powerhouse, especially on bare floors. It creates 115 Air Watts of suction power compared to the now-discontinued V7 and can clean for up to 40 minutes on one charge.

Early Cyber Monday home and kitchen deals

Small appliances and kitchen accessories

Vacuums





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