The Target Black Friday 2014 ad is finally live, with at least a preview of what you can buy on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday. The preview highlights a dozen Target Black Friday 2014 deals, including five that stand out as simply amazing.
We also learn the Target Black Friday 2014 hours and when you can go online and buy some of these deals without waiting in line in front of Target for hours.
You can now see the entire Target Black Friday ad online, and plan when you’ll want to go to the store. There are several exciting Apple Black Friday 2014 deals from Target and must-see gaming deals that offer over $100 in savings for new products.
The early Target Black Friday 2014 deals start on November 10th, but you’ll need to wait until Thanksgiving to get most of these great deals. There is still a small number of special deals that won’t appear until the Target Black Friday 2014 ad arrives on Sunday November 23rd.
Target Thanksgiving day hours for 2014 include 6PM doorbusters and the store will stay open until 11PM or Midnight on Black Friday. Shoppers who wait in line will receive a Christmas cracker with a gift card or coupon.
Shoppers can go online to Target on Thanksgiving morning to buy the Black Friday 2014 deals online. There is no specific time listed yet.
Target Black Friday 2014 Ad Highlights
Here are five of the most exciting deals in the Target Black Friday 2014 ad, including Beats headphones, Apple gear and gaming Black Friday 2014 deals.
You can browse the full Target Black Friday ad online to see all the deals including HDTVs, home theater and all the other areas Target serves.
On Black Friday you can buy up to $300 in Target Gift cards for 10% off, but you can’t use the gift cards until Saturday, so you cannot stack the savings on to Black Friday 2014 deals.
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