Target releases its Black Friday 2019 ad, and deals start this Friday

The Bullseye says it will be offering discounts throughout the holiday season.
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Target has released a preview of its Black Friday 2019 deals, and is promising a whole heap of more discounts ahead of the busiest shopping period of the year.

The Bullseye is launching what it is calling HoliDeals, which will see discounts on Target goods starting as early as this Friday and Saturday – when it holds its Black Friday Preview Sale – and continue as late as Dec. 15.

The Black Friday Preview Sale has been doubled to two days for this year, with four times as many items on offer compared to last year.

It will give shoppers the chance to buy some of its Doorbuster deals three weeks before Black Friday itself, including a Nikon D3500 18-55mm DSLR camera for $399.99 (MRSP $849.99).

It's also promising "lowest prices of the season" on cellphones, including a $200 Target gift card when you buy an iPhone 11 or X, as well as a guaranteed low price on Beats Solo3 headphones for $129.99 (MRSP $299.99).

And if you're looking to stretch your money further this Christmas, you can get a 5 percent discount on Target gift cards this Friday and Saturday.

That's just for starters, with Target following up the preview sale with weekend deals starting Nov. 16 and ending Dec. 15.

As for Black Friday itself, you can preview Target's ad here, featuring Doorbusters discounts on a huge range of electronics, toys, kitchenware, health and beauty, and clothing, which will be on sale from Nov. 28-30.

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One of the notable sale items is the 3-foot teddy bear for $10 that proved a huge hit with shoppers last year, which is this year joined by a 3-foot tall Olaf the Snowman from "Frozen," which will cost $24.99 and is a Doorbuster deal.

What's more, Target REDcard holders will be able to access more than 100 of the deals the day before Thanksgiving, Wednesday, Nov. 27, with Target Circle subscribers getting early access at 6 p.m. that night.

Here are some of the deals we picked out for its Black Friday sales:

  • The return of the Target 3-foot giant teddy bear, costing $10 (Doorbuster deal).
  • Element 65" Roku 4K UHD Smart TV for $279.99 (lowest price ever).
  • Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS) for $169.99 (usually $199.99 - lowest price ever).
  • Samsung 65" Smart 4K UHD HDR TV with 120 Motion Rate for $479.99 ($220 off).
  • $400 gift card with Verizon or AT&T activation of Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ or Note10+.
  • Graco Nautilus 65 3-in1 Harness Booster Car Seat for $89.99 (MRSP $179.99).
  • Google Home for $49 – more than 50 percent off.
  • Select Nintendo Switch games for $29.99 (Doorbuster deal).
  • Xbox One X 1TB with Gears of War 5 for $349.99 plus free $40 Target gift card (MRSP $499.99).
  • Buy two, get one free on Doorbuster books.
  • 50 percent off select games and puzzles.
  • $80 off Hot Wheels Ultimate Garage, costing $119.99.
  • Skyline 5-pc. luggage set for $55 ($59.99 off).
  • Select kids and women's sweaters for $10.
  • Kids puffer coats for $15, adult puffer coats for $20 ($10-$15 off).
  • Men's and women's winter sweaters for $20 (up to $14.99 off).
  • All cosmetic, beauty and gift sets 30 percent off.
  • Power 3 Qt Air Fryer for $49.99 (MRSP $99.99).

Once Black Friday is done, Target isn't finished, with the retailer expected to release more deals for Cyber Monday, which it's just referring to as "Cyber Week," followed by deals for "Green Monday" on Dec. 9, which is the term used to describe the best sales day in America for retailers.

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