Target Reveals Black Friday Plans

Brenda Watkins
November 3, 2018

The retailer will start sales online a few days ahead of Black Friday, on Monday, November 19th, at 12:01 AM CST.

Now that Halloween is over, Americans are turning their attention to the next big holiday - Thanksgiving - and of course, Black Friday.

Target stores will open at 5 p.m. Thanksgiving until 1 a.m. Friday, Nov. 23 before doors open again at 7 a.m.

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Target says it will also have a new mobile checkout option, following a similar announcement that Walmart made earlier this week. Let's take a look at all of the video game deals you can get from Kohl's this year on Black Friday. Also scattered throughout the ad are some great deals on video game hardware for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and more. As for 2018, Amazon will likely announce its Black Friday deals on Wednesday, November 14th through a press release.

Target's Black Friday ad is out and stocked full of electronics and toy deals. This checkout technology is the latest feature built by Target's technology team to make shopping easier for guests.

The standard Black Friday deals start earlier in the week online. But if you've been following our dedicated Black Friday 2018 hub, you know which retailer offers the best deals and huge discounts. The retailer last week announced a free two-day holiday shipping offer for online orders that rival Walmart later matched. Free shipping is included on purchases of $75 or more. Last month, the company announced they would be offering free, two-day shipping (with no order minimum), and previous year, Target introduced technology that allows team members to place Target.com orders for guests in-store and then have the purchase shipped to their doorstep.

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