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Sure many people don’t read newspapers anymore but they still do have their purpose, especially around this time of year. Sales circulars in newspapers have long been key to snagging the bestdeals and don’t worry, you don’t have to buy the paper anymore, just look online! Major retailers are publishing newspaper-style circular ads on their sites. Target is one of many retail giants to make a circular available, and it’s a doozy. A massive 45 pages long, it includes discounts on everything from electronics to video games to vacuums to household items. Most of these deals started Sunday, but they’re still ongoing, and we expect more deals to be added soon.
Target’s online ad is easily browsable. Just click a page and it’ll zoom in on the products and prices you want to see. That said, 45 pages is a lot to take in, so we’ve pulled together some of the best deals below. These deals should run through Nov. 21, but could sell out before then.
Be sure to check back, as we’ll be updating this page with our latest picks from Target’s Black Friday sale.
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Regularly $430, the Apple Watch Series 6 is $380 during this Black Friday event, the first time this device has ever gone on sale. It’s one of the newest Apple watches and features GPS tracking and more.
Target is offering the always-popular buy-two-get-one-free deal on video games, with a large selection of eligible titles including Cyberpunk 2077 (coming Dec. 10), Call of Duty: Cold War, Watch Dogs Legion and many others.
Target deals starting Nov. 22
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As the followup to the Inspire and Inspire HR fitness trackers, the Inspire 2 features a slim design, monochrome display and a long battery life (up to 10 days). It can also track your sleep and has a heart-rate monitor.
Google’s smart home speaker, the Nest Mini is as cute as a button and offers a similar experience to its predecessor, the Home Mini. Its sound quality is better, however, and updates include ultrasound sensing, improved far-field voice detection and a fuller bass sound.
Read our Google Nest Mini review.
Launched on September 2019, the Versa 2 has an impressively long battery life, a user-friendly interface and it works on both iOS and Android. Its numerous watch faces gives you lots of options and it’s much faster than its predecessor, the original Versa.
Read our Fitbit Versa 2 review.
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