Target Black Friday 2016 Ads Leaked: Free $250 Gift Card With Purchase of iPhone 7, Xbox One S 500GB Bundle For $249.99 And More

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Black Friday 2016 deals for Target have leaked online. Unfortunately, they’re not so great for gamers and techies compared to companies like Gamestop, Best Buy and Walmart. Still, if you’re are Target lover and plan on going to the store anyway, there are some great deals for you. Be sure to add them to your Cartwheel account to save some extra bucks.

Check out some of the deals from the Target Black Friday 2016 ads below.

Tech Deals


  • 50-inch Hisense Smart 4K HDTV $249.99

  • Samsung 55-inch Curved Smart 4K UHDTV $697.99

  • Samsung 50-inch 4K UHDTV $397.99

  • 25 percent off all Apple TV models


  • Apple Watch Series 1 $198 (regularly $269.99)

  • Fitbit Charge HR w/ Purepulse Heart Rate Monitoring $89.95


  • iPad Air 2, starting at $274 (Reg. starting at $399.99)

  • Polaroid 10.1" 8GB Android Tablet with Bluetooth Keyboard, $59.99 (Reg. $99.99)


  • Beats Solo 2 Wireless Headphones, $119.99 (Reg. $299.99)

  • Powerbeats 2 Wireless Earphones, $89.99 (Reg. $199.99)


  • Free $250 Target GiftCard with purchase of iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus


  • Nikon D3400 DSLR Camera bundle $499.99 (regularly $999.99)

  • GoPro HERO5 Black + $60 Target Gift Card $399.99

Gaming Deals

  • Save $50 and get a free $40 Target Gift Card with purchase of any Xbox One S Console 500GB Battlefield 1 or Minecraft Bundle, $249.99 (Reg. $299.99)

  • 50 percent off select video games, $29.99 (Reg. $59.99)

  • Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2 Xbox Video Games, $35 (Reg. $59.99)

Other Deals

  • 30 percent off all apparel, accessories and shoes for the family

  • Buy one, get one 50 percent off select toys, including Star Wars, Marvel, Disney and more

  • 50 percent off life-size 48" Big Figs, including Star Wars and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, $49.99 (Reg. $99.99)

  • Jetson V6 Hoverboard with Bluetooth Speakers, $284.99 (Reg. $399.99)

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Target wouldn’t be our first stop on Black Friday, but that might be to others’ advantage. While most people will be out to Best Buy or Walmart for 4K TVs, Target might still have them in stock by the time you get there.

As far as gaming deals are concerned, you’re better off making your video game purchases at a Gamestop, especially with the three for $20 promotion going on with pre-owned games. You also probably want to purchase your console bundles from a Best Buy or Gamestop, since they’ll likely include two really good video games in their deals.

The $89.95 Fitbit Charge HR is probably the best deal at Target. Other stores don’t really have too many sales on quality wearables, so this might be worth picking up at a Target

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