Target Takes on Prime Day and Announces Black Friday Savings Plans

September 29, 2020 by Matt Wehner | Updated 29th September, 2020, 3:29 PM

Target has officially announced several deals and savings, including an extended Black Friday throughout November, as well as Deal Days directly competing with Amazon’s Prime Day event in October.

Target Deal Days

Target Deal Days is back, this time focused on digital deals. Target says the event (Oct. 13 and 14) will boast more than double the deals from last year. Target has confirmed that all deals will be live for the entire two days of Deal Days. Target has also confirmed that “nearly all deals are available via Target’s contactless Drive Up and Order Pickup” with several other deals available for same-day delivery with Shipt. Amazon delayed their Prime Day to October this year, but in July 2019, Target also went head-to-head with Amazon’s sale event using their Deal Days.

Black Friday

Home Depot announced earlier this month that they would be hosting Black Friday pricing and sales throughout November and December, and Target has confirmed they will be following a similar plan. Target’s Black Friday deals will take place throughout the entire month of November. Target will also be holding week-long discounts and digital deals every day, starting on November 1.

Extended Price Match

Target has announced a new Price Match policy for items bought from Target or Target.com from Nov. 1 until Dec. 24. Any item advertised as a “Black Friday deal” is eligible for a price match if it appears with a lower price at Target or Target.com. Normally Target has a 14-day price match policy for Target products and this new announcement extends the policy throughout November and most of December. This applies to products purchased at Target and offered later at a lower price from Target. Target will still be price matching other competitors as it normally does, within a 14-day window of your purchase.



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