Black Friday
Target's Black Friday 2022 deals include new sales daily and weekly in October and November.

Target's Black Friday 2022 Deals Include 50% Off A Keurig

It’s savings season, y’all!

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The best time of year for checking off items from your “I want” list (and the worst time of year for your credit card) is almost here. Target’s Black Friday 2022 daily and weekly deals have been dropping since October, but it all comes to an end on Saturday, Nov. 26. Before you miss out on some of the best deals on usually pricey items, like Keurig coffee makers or artificial Christmas trees. Here’s everything to know about Black Friday at Target this year.

It seems like Black Friday deals starts earlier and earlier every year, but Target might’ve just set a new record that’ll make you do a double-take at the register. IYDK, the retailer officially kicked off its Black Friday season on Oct. 9 — yup, October — and the savings were just getting started. Target’s Weeklong Black Friday Deals end on Nov. 26, so you still have some time to take advantage. You can also pop onto each morning to see daily deals in the Deal of the Day, which offers hundreds of one-day deals on gift-worthy items at the same Black Friday prices.

It’s a lot to take in, especially if you thought you had more time to plan out your gifts. But if it feels like these Black Friday sales are starting to get out of hand, just remember: The early bird gets the discounted AirPods.

To give yourself a chance to score the best gifts and savings all season long, here are the important dates to mark on your calendar for Target’s Black Friday deals.

Black Friday 2022 At Target:

Gone are the days of saving your holiday shopping for the last minute, because the season of savings is already in full swing at Target. The first round of Black Friday deals kicked off on Oct. 9 (three weeks earlier that last year’s Oct. 31 kickoff) and new deals dropped weekly, with the last deals wrapping up on Saturday, Nov. 26. Whether you’re looking to score 50% off a pair of Beats 3 Solo Bluetooth Wireless Headphones or save 50% on a Keurig, you’ll want to snap up the deals soon.

As for the actual date of Black Friday itself on Nov. 25, you can keep an eye out for more deals online and in store.

Target's Black Friday 2022 Weeklong Deals

The final Weeklong Deal starting on Sunday, Nov. 20, and it runs through Saturday, Nov. 26. You’ll be able to find discounts on all sorts of items, like electronics, kitchen supplies, seasonal essentials, and more.

You can even find deals on holiday decorations, like these $30 Christmas trees, some marked down at 50% of their regular prices.

Target’s Weeklong Black Friday Deals are available in stores, online, and through the Target app. Don’t forget to pay close attention to the Target website, though, because some offers will be only be available exclusively online.

Target's Black Friday 2022 Deal of Day

If you think the season of shopping ends with Black Friday, you’re in for a real treat. Through Dec. 24, Target is offering hundreds of daily discounts on top brands like Apple, KitchenAid, and Nintendo. Some deals will only apply to a single product, while others may apply to a range of products within the brand, so make sure to check the website daily to not miss out any deep discounts on coveted gifts — for yourself or your friends and fam. The easiest way to keep track of the Deal of the Day is by checking the Target website or mobile app, but you can always check out the savings in-stores, too.

Oh, and BTW, the Deal of the Day is only available while supplies last, so if you see something you like, don’t forget to add to cart ASAP.

With hundreds of daily and weekly deals choose from, Target is taking the Black Friday savings way beyond the Nov. 25 holiday. Even if you’re the present procrastinator of your family (guilty), you have good reason to get it done early so you don’t miss out on any deals.

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