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Target might play catch-up to Amazon, Walmart and Best Buy for Black Friday gadget bargains this year, but it's looking to get ahead of the competition by debuting some deals early. The retailer's weekly ad previews a big sale that starts today (Sunday, Nov. 18) and runs through Wed., Nov. 21. And while the ad doesn't say so, these are effectively early Black Friday prices on many products -- including game consoles, Bluetooth speakers and TVs -- that you can get days early.
To that end, we're highlighting products available during this early Sunday to Wednesday sale here, as well as "true" Black Friday deals that begin on Thursday, Nov. 22 (Thanksgiving Day).
Keep in mind:
Some deals are in-store-only, but most should also be available at Target.com.
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We linked to the relevant listing at Target's website when one was available. We've separated the list into sales available now versus sales available later this week.
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Let's take a look.
This is the same (great) bundle widely available elsewhere but Target -- along with Walmart, Best Buy and Gamestop -- has it first on Nov. 18. We wouldn't be surprised if it appeared at other retailers Sunday too.
Console - Market - Price - Sunday - Microsoft
The most powerful gaming console on the market will also be available for a record-low price starting Sunday. Microsoft.com also has this deal starting Sunday, and other retailers could follow suit.
We called the E-Series the cheapest home-theater-worthy TV, in large part because it's the least-expensive with full-array local dimming -- a feature that goes further than any other for improving LCD picture quality. This huge Vizio is truly home-theater-sized, and this is a great price.
Deal - Nov - Costco - Walmart
This deal starts Nov. 16 and is also available at Costco and Walmart.
You can pick...
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