Target had released its Black Friday 2015 Ad a few days ago and it comprised of 100s of doorbusters and 1000s of other deals all stocked up for the holiday season. Those excited about the deals may take a look at the previous article on best deals worth considering. Meanwhile, some more specials were studied to come up with a new bunch of deals that too are quite tempting and fair. Online shoppers at target.com can get exclusive online-only specials.
The inside of 32-page specials are tempting from Page 7 featuring doorbusters on Fitbit Charge HR at $119 slashed $30 off the usual selling price, Pebble Time Smartwatch that sells for $199.99 at $129.99 and Fitbit Surge selling at $249.99 for $199.99 only.
Page 8 is refreshing with Wii U Gaming Console at $249.99 bundled with Super Smash Bros. A collection worth $119.99, Nintendo 3DS XL with C-Stick Controls that sells for $199.99 at just $179.99, regular priced $99.99 Lego Dimensions Packs can be obtained at $20 off, and a bunch of Disney Infinity 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0 Characters at just $11.
Page 9 and 10 are worth considering if planning getting movies & video game titles that are starting at $2 each, $4 each, $9 each, and $15 each, $25 each, $35 each, and some of them priced between $49.99 and $59.99. Rock Band & Guitar Hero Bundle for Xbox and PS4 are available for $119 and $59.
Target is opening storewide on Thanksgiving Day, from 6:00 PM EST and run until Saturday, on a 3-day sale. Shoppers making some purchases worth $75 or more on Black Friday are entitled to $20 off on successive trips to Target from December 4-13, whereas shopping worth $100 or more on Saturday shall give 50% off at Combined Holiday Shop. The coupons are available on the final pages.