Black Friday 2018 Target deals: $200 PS4 and Xbox bundles, $150 Fitbit Versa and more

CNET | 11/14/2018 | David Katzmaier
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Target was one of the first stores to reveal its Black Friday 2018 deals -- but now it has plenty of competition. The retailer's doors open at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday Nov. 22 and close that night at 1 a.m. Then it will reopen on Black Friday proper, Nov. 23, at 7 a.m. Prices are good through Saturday, Nov. 24.

The challenge for Target is that Black Friday sales at archrival Walmart begin a day earlier -- 10 p.m. Eastern Time (7 p.m. PT) on Wednesday, Nov. 21. And that's online as well -- including many of the same deals that Target is offering (see below). Amazon, too, will begin offering many of its own devices (Fire tablets, Fire TV streamers, Echo speakers and so forth) starting as early as Friday, Nov. 16.

Target - Ad - Deals - Tech - Favorites

As you might expect, Target's ad is packed with deals on tech. We've highlighted some of our favorites below. Just keep the following points in mind:

Some deals are in-store-only, but the ones we've highlighted below should also be available at Target.com.

Listing - Target - Website - One - Course

We linked to the current listing at Target's website when one was available, but of course sale pricing won't be available until the sale begins (Thanksgiving Day, Thursday Nov. 22).

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Goods

Now let's get to the goods:

The Nintendo Switch is normally $299 by itself. This bundle includes the system's best party game, a $60 value, basically for free.

Tablet - Super - Pro - Thing - Value

It's the best new tablet available, unless you count the super expensive new iPad Pro. But since that thing starts at $800, this one is a much better value.

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