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UPDATE: Oct. 25, 2022, 5:00 p.m. EDT This post has been updated to include the latest deals from Target's Black Friday sale, which has been running since early October.

Here are Target's best early Black Friday deals as of Oct. 25:

  • BEST ROBOT VACUUM DEAL: The Shark EZ cleans in neat rows on schedules assigned by you in the app, then empties itself for 45 days at a time — $299.99 $579.99 (save 48%)

  • BEST KITCHEN DEAL: The PowerXL Grill Air Fryer Combo can crisp, sear, steam, sous vide, cook rice, and more for under $100 — $99.99 $189.99 (save 47%)

  • BEST HEADPHONES DEAL: The on-ear Beats Solo3 aren't the newest Beats, but are versatile and tactfully emphasize bass — $99.99 $199.99 (save 50%)

  • BEST TOY DEAL: Save up to 40% on select LEGO sets, plus a $10 Target gift card with LEGO purchases over $50

The shock of holiday commercials two weeks before Halloween — or Black Friday events two days after Halloween — has worn off. It's what we've learned to expect over the past few years.

What we haven't quite experienced yet is a Black Friday sale starting less than two weeks into October. Target rewrote the rule book this year, cutting the virtual ribbon on its Black Friday sale on Oct. 10 — pulling in front of all major retailers including Amazon, which held its first Prime Early Access Sale (essentially a Black Friday sneak peek event) a few days later.

But between last year's supply chain holdups and this year's inflation considerations, we've learned that "the sooner, the better" is the approach to take this time of year. Though stock could replenish, a few Big Deals have already sold out during Target's sale. Rather than holding out for a better deal post-Turkey Day, you can stave off potential buyer's remorse by taking advantage of Target's new Holiday Price Match Guarantee. If anything you buy there gets cheaper between now and Dec. 24, or if you find a better price at another retailer at some point during the holiday season, you can request a price adjustment to lock in the best deal.

Read on for a rundown of our top picks from Target's Black Friday lineup, or head over to Target.com to shop the full sale.

Please note: All newly added deals have been marked with a ✨. Anything with a strikeout was either sold out or no longer available at the sale price as of this writing, but check back often — we're updating this page constantly.

Best robot vacuum deals at Target

Best kitchen deals at Target

Best Apple deals at Target



  • iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max — starting at $949.99 with RedCard (save $50) or up to $800 with a trade-in and an eligible Unlimited plan from AT&T

  • iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Plus — starting at $759.99 with RedCard (save $40) or up to $800 with a trade-in and an eligible Unlimited plan from AT&T

Best headphone deals at Target

Best TV deals at Target

Note: Most TVs on sale at Target are currently only available for pickup. If it's available for shipping as of the time of this writing, we'll add a 📦.

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When will Target be open on Black Friday?

Though Target will be closed on Thanksgiving from now until forever, you will still be able to shop in stores come Black Friday. Most stores will be open for shopping at 7 a.m. local time, though you should still be able to find the same great deals online through Cyber Monday on Nov. 28 (and probably that whole week).

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