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Target Black Friday Deals Include Savings on iPad Air 2, PS4 and Xbox One

by Todd Haselton | November 10, 2014November 10, 2014 12:30 pm PDT

Target Corp. Reported A 4 percent increase in second-quarter profits

Target on Monday revealed several awesome Black Friday deals that will run  Nov. 27 through Nov. 29. There’s also a one day special on deals starting today that will take place online but only applies to in-store pickup. A few of the offers stick out to us the most, including savings on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and the iPad Air 2. Let’s take a look at what you can expect now.

First, starting today,  you’ll be able to pick up several products on discount from Target.com for in-store pickup. That includes an Apple TV for $89, down from $99, Beats Studio Headphones for $249.99, down from $299.99 and a nabi 2 Android tablet for $129.99, down from $179.99. There are a few other deals, too, (including savings on a Little Tikes Trampoline) but we’ll let you peruse through those offers in the source link.

Meanwhile, the real meat comes between Nov. 27 and Nov. 29, when you’ll be able to pick up a 16GB iPad Air with a $140 Target GiftCard for $499. Additionally, you’ll find Beats By Dre Solo HD headphones discounted to $97 from $169.99, a 40-inch Element HD LED TV for $119, the Fitbit Charge wireless activity tracker for $99, down from $129.99, the GoPro HERO3+ Silver Edition for $249.99 with a $50 Target GiftCard, and a 55-inch 1080p Westinghouse LED HDTV for $395.

Gamers should check out Target, too. While Microsoft has officially dropped the Xbox One to $349.99 for the holiday season, Target is selling a bundle for $329.99 that includes a free $50 Target GiftCard and two free digital game downloads. Additionally, the PlayStation 4 is priced at $399.00 and comes bundled with two free games, Target said. There are sales on other electronic products, too, so be sure to check out the full list in the source link below.

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Todd Haselton

Todd Haselton has been writing professionally since 2006 during his undergraduate days at Lehigh University. He started out as an intern with...

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