Due to Black Friday being on November 29 this year, that means that there are only 27 days between Black Friday and Christmas. From October 25th to the end of November, Walmart is advertising discounts on large ticket items in their kitchen, home, electronics and sporting goods departments as part of their early Black Friday deals.
This morning, Minneapolis-based retailer Target released its Black Friday ad and announced it's kicking off holiday shopping with the launch of "HoliDeals" that allow guests to save on thousands of items throughout the season.
Target's doors will open at 5 p.m. on Thursday, November 28.
Want to start your holiday shopping early? They further offer additional deals on an hourly basis during the beginning of Black Friday week itself.
Ok Target, you got me.
The ad includes Xbox and Playstation bundles, 50% off select games and puzzles, and a buy two, get one free promotion for all books. As is the way there are selections of Lightning Deals that will only be available for a limited time, vouchers, best deals under £15, and plenty more categories to choose from. As always, RedCard holders will receive an additional 5% off all purchases. Deal Tomato earns commissions from purchases made using the links provided. Over the past few years, Aussie retailers have been getting in on the action too, both online and in store.
If you're on a budget, the Echo Dot smart speaker might appeal. The deals will be posted in one feature so they're easy to find and you can even bookmark the page once it's live on site.