Target unwrapped the closely guarded details of its last two Black Friday ads early Monday.
A weeklong sale will go live early Sunday morning and ends the day after Black Friday on Nov. 27. Additional deals will be added on Thanksgiving Day.
Target stores are closed for Thanksgiving for the second year in a row for the second time since 2011. The retailer said most will reopen at 7 a.m. local time on Black Friday.
Amid the coronavirus, retailers are extending sales like in 2020. Walmart also unveiled its Black Friday deals Monday with its sale starting online Nov. 22 and four hours earlier for members of Walmart+, its membership program.
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Amazon announced Monday its Black Friday sale will start on Thanksgiving.
Target started its new holiday price match guarantee Oct. 10, which continues through Dec. 24. New this year, Target said shoppers can request a price adjustment on all items purchased in the time window if it “lowers the price later in the season.”
Target Black Friday 2021 sale ads
Target’s weeklong Black Friday ad, which runs Sunday, Nov. 21 through Saturday, Nov. 27 along with a second three-day sale, running Thanksgiving through Nov. 27, are both posted online.
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