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Target Black Friday 2020: LEGO deals, Black+Decker vacuums from $50, and more

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Whether you're searching for Black Friday deals on electronics or Black Friday laptop deals, we all know that many of the best Black Friday deals at Target go fast and tend to run out of stock each year. That's why it helps to make sure you're prepared with knowledge of what's on sale, what you're interested in buying, and which deals are worth skipping.

Now's the perfect time to get your Target RedCard. The debit option has zero fees and is completely free to use, and you'll score 5% off every purchase you make at Target with it! That even includes products which are typically ineligible for such discounts, like Apple devices, LEGO sets, pre-orders, and more.

Though we're still waiting on a bit more information regarding Black Friday 2020 at Target, there's a lot we do know already. For starters, nearly all of the Target Black Friday deals will be available online. Most of us know how crazy shopping in stores on Black Friday can be, yet 2020 isn't exactly the greatest year for those crowds so stores will be enticing people to stay at home with deals all during November that rival in-store offers. In fact, there may be many which aren't available in stores at all.

We also know that there's no use in waiting for better deals — we're really seeing Black Friday deals right now. And better yet, Target offers to match the price if you see that anything has been discounted further after your purchase between now and December 25.

To keep you ready for the big event, we're keeping this page updated with all the information you need to know if you want to shop Target's Black Friday sale and bring home the best deals, from Apple Watch Black Friday deals and Black Friday TV sales to Black Friday security camera deals, headphone deals, and more. The opportunities to save are endless and not just on tech. Target will also have Black Friday baby deals and Black Friday clothes deals to consider as well as furniture offers and more to keep an eye out for this year.

Black Friday ad for Target

This year's Black Friday will be much different than in the past. Rather than releasing one big Black Friday ad as we'd normally expect, Target is releasing weekly ads (opens in new tab) full of early Black Friday deals each week in the run-up to the actual Black Friday sale. New deals are available every week as well as daily deals that last just 24 hours.

Target is attempting to keep stores from becoming overcrowded, so most, if not all, of these deals will be available to purchase online. The best part is that many of the early Black Friday deals we'll be seeing are just as good as regular Black Friday deals, meaning you'll have more opportunities to save this year than ever before.

Black Friday hours for Target

While Target hasn't announced its hours for Black Friday yet, we do know that its stores will all be closed on Thanksgiving Day. There will still be deals to snag online that day however. We should know what hours Target will be open for Black Friday once the official 2020 ad drops; you can keep an eye on the hours at your local Target store (opens in new tab) until we hear more. It's worth keeping in mind that most of Target's offers will be available online this year, so you may want to try Black Friday shopping online instead to skip the crowds and beat the rush.

Best Target Black Friday deals

Now that Black Friday deals are beginning to go live, we'll be keeping this page updated with the best deals that are live at Target. If you don't have a RedCard (opens in new tab) already, now is the time to sign up.

There's a debit RedCard that has no fees and is completely free to use. It's seriously a must-have for everyone who shops at Target. Use it on every purchase at Target and you'll instantly save 5% every time (opens in new tab) — on pretty much anything. Plus, you'll score free shipping on your Target.com orders. While 5% is a small percentage, it can really add up after multiple purchases or expensive items. There's also a credit card version of the RedCard, though there are fees and stipulations which you'll want to look into before choosing that option.

Alex is a graduate from the University of North Florida with a background in sales and merchandising. When he’s not hunting down the next great deals to post on Thrifter, he can be found making music and working on his eBay business.