Target Black Friday Deals 2016: 12 best sale items from Target this year

Target Black Friday Deals 2016: 12 best sale items from Target this year
Source: AP
Source: AP

From clothes and food to electronics, Target has it all — making it the perfect place to shop this Black Friday.

This year, Target will open its doors at 6 p.m. Thanksgiving Day and remain open until the end of the day on Friday (closing either at 10 p.m., 11 p.m. or midnight, depending on the store). For shoppers who'd rather make their purchases online, Target's Black Friday deals will be available starting the morning of Thanksgiving on Target.com, and the store will also offer select Black Friday deals online on Wednesday, Nov. 23. Target.com will also offer free shipping for all purchases on Black Friday and throughout the holiday season (through Jan. 1).

Here are some of the deals to look out for at Target this Black Friday:

Tech




Source: Target

Free $250 Target gift card with any iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus purchase


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iPad Air 2, starting at $274 (Reg. $399.99)


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Apple Watch Series 1, starting at $198 (Reg. $269.99)


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HP 15.6" Laptop, $259.99 (Reg. $399.99)

Music & Entertainment




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Beats Solo 2 Wireless Headphones, $119.99 (Reg. $299.99)


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50" Hisense 4K UHD TV, $249.99 (Reg. $499.99)


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 Xbox One S Console 500GB Battlefield 1 or Minecraft Bundle, $249.99 + $40 Target gift card (Reg. $299.99)

Fitness


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Fitbit Charge HR, $89.95 (Reg. $129.95)

Home



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Dyson V6 Animal Cordless Stick Vacuum, $299.99 (Reg. $499.99)


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Anova Sous Vide Bluetooth Precision Cooker, $99 (Reg. $149)


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Keurig K50 Coffee Maker, $79.99 + free $15 Target gift card with any Keurig brewer (Reg. $109.99) 



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Motorola Digital Video Baby Monitor, $129.99 (Reg. $259.99)

Other Deals

In addition to the individual items on sale, Target will also be offering 30% off all apparel, shoes and accessories; 50% off kitchen appliances; 50% off select video games and Buy 1 Get 1 50% off on select toys.

And the deals won't stop on Black Friday: On Saturday, Nov. 26, Target will be offering $50 off any purchase of $100 or more on holiday items including trees, gift wrap, lights and ornaments. Target is also offering a 10 Days of Deals promotion through Nov. 28, with new items on sale each day for one day only.

For more Black Friday deals from Target, visit Target.com.

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Alison Durkee

Alison is a New York-based news writer at Mic. You can get in touch with her at adurkee@mic.com.

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