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What To Buy At Target's Black Friday 2017 Sale, Because There Are A Lot Of Great Deals

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If you are familiar with uttering "I just have to grab one thing" while walking through the doors of Target and emerging with 89 bags, then you will most likely find that Black Friday will be no exception. Whether you are on the hunt for a seriously cool television, toys for a favorite kid on your life, or a new blender as a little "happy holidays to me" present, here's what to buy at Target's Black Friday 2017 sale. (Because seriously, you're going to need a list.)

All Target locations are slated to open their doors at 6 p.m. Thanksgiving Day until midnight, then they'll reopen at 6 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 24. Added bonus: If you've set up with the store's credit or debit card, Target REDcard holders get access to select Black Friday deals an entire day early on Nov. 22 online, in stories, and via their app. Keep in mind that you'll want to check your local ads for any price differences specific to your location.

Ready to start planning your list and checking it twice? Perfect. I've broken down all of Target's Black Friday deals into categories to make your planning easier. You know, because I've got your back. (Feel free to pick me up a thank you gift while you're shopping).

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Women's sweaters, reg. $18-$25, Target

I'm all about a Target t-shirt or sweater, so these Black Friday deals are especially exciting in my book. From $5 kids' pajamas to $10 women's sweaters to $8 men's graphic tees, there's something for the whole family. Hats, slippers, and even underwear are marked down, too.



iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, reg. $700-$950, Target

It's tough to not see the appeal of standing in line for Target's Black Friday deals when you check out the discounts on electronics. All televisions are on sale — some prices slashed as much as $450 — and accessories ranging from headphones to remote controls to speakers are also marked down. You can also score big on cameras and watches, and if you buy an iPhone 8 or 8 Plus, then you will earn a $250 Target gift card. You can also save $60 on the Nest Cam Indoor security camera and $400 on a Nikon D3400 DSLR bundle.

Toys & Games


Giant Jumbling Tower, reg. $80, Target

What Black Friday sale would be complete without discounts on toys? Target's sale is no exception with steep deals on popular toys and board games, including $49 each for My Size dolls (reg. $65) and 40 percent off select multipack action figures. The Barbie Big Box with Ultimate Closet, Glam Convertible, and Barbie and Ken dolls is $30 (reg. $60), while select board games are $5 to $15 (reg. $10 to $30),

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Select movies, reg. $10 to $25, Target

Stock up on select movies for $4 and CDs for $8, as well as select Disney movies for $15 each — which is a real win if you are majorly dreading their upcoming departure from Netflix. iTunes gift cards will be buy one, get one 30 percent off, and select books and language software will be discounted by 50 percent.



Sony PlayStation 4 1TB console, reg. $300, Target

If gaming is the name of your, well, game, then you won't want to miss Target's Black Friday deals on gaming consoles and accessories. Save $100 on a Sony PlayStation 4 1TB console, $15 on Nintendo games, and $20 on PS4 DualShock and Xbox One wireless controllers. Select video games are 50 percent off, while others are marked down as low as $15 each.

Home & Kitchen


Threshold Chenille or Sherpa Throws, reg. $30-$50, Target

Snag discounts on home goods ranging from blenders to coffee pots to sheets sets. You'll be excited to spot deals on Dyson products, like $250 for the Dyson Pure Cool Link Purifying Fan (reg. $400) and $200 for the Dyson Ball Origin Vacuum Cleaner (reg. $350). Select kitchen items and cozy blankets are $10, while you can stock up on the food storage container collection of your dreams at just $7 a pop.

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