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One of the first stores to reveal its Black Friday 2018 deals is Target. 

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.

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
  • 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). 

Now let’s get to the goods:

Save $60

Nintendo Switch bundle with Super Mario Kart 8, $299

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

Save $80

Apple iPad (2018), $250

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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.

Save $50

Google Home Hub, $100

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Doorbuster (limited quantities): OK Google, what’s new? This cameraless, petite smart screen will blend into any room. And makes perfect sense in the kitchen, as a photo frame or a smart home control panel.

Save $100

PlayStation 4 1TB with Spider-Man bundle, $200

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Doorbuster (limited quantities): If you haven’t bought a next-generation console yet, here’s one of the best prices yet to convince you to pony up. 

Save $100

Sony PlayStation VR bundle with Creed and Superhot, $250

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Doorbuster (limited quantities): If you already own a PS4, this kit takes it to the next level with two great VR games — Creed: Rise to Glory and Superhot VR — for just $30 more than you’d normally pay for the base VR system alone.

Save $100

Microsoft Xbox One S 1TB with Minecraft bundle, $200

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Doorbuster (limited quantities): If Xbox is more your speed, this deal can save you a bundle and includes a $20 Target gift card to boot.

Save $110

Beats Powerbeats3 Wireless Earphones, $90

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Available in a range of colors, Beats’ wireless sports headphones cost $200 list but you can find them for a lot less. At this discount they’re a good deal for the Beats fan on your list.

Save $50

Fitbit Versa, $150

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Less than half the cost of an Apple Watch, the Versa is the best fusion of smartwatch and general fitness tracker anywhere near this price.

Half-price

Amazon Echo Dot (2018), $24

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Doorbuster (limited quantities): It’s tiny, cheap and sounds better than any Dot yet. If you haven’t taken the Alexa plunge yet, here’s your excuse.

Half-price

Google Home Mini, $25

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Google’s answer to Amazon’s Alexa is a tiny, always-listening speaker that responds to ‘OK, Google’ with everything Google Assistant has to offer. At this price it’s easy to put one in a secondary room.

Save $30

TCL 55S405 55-inch 4K HDR Roku TV, $350

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The best price yet for our favorite budget 55-inch TV recommendation for people who put a higher priority on streaming and convenience than they do on picture quality.

Save $40

JBL Flip 4, $60

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Fully waterproof and available in multiple colors, the Flip 4 is one of the best speakers in its size class, and this is a great price.

Save $30

Bose SoundLink Micro, $70

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Doorbuster (limited quantities): Bose speakers almost never get deep discounts, so this is a sweet sale on what is arguably the best sounding speaker in its tiny size class. 

Save $15

Amazon Fire TV Stick, $25

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It’s not quite as good as Roku in our book, but if you’re a fan of Alexa or deep into Amazon’s ecosystem anyway, this price is almost too good to pass up — especially if you miss Amazon’s own sale.

Save $20

Roku Streaming Stick, $30

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Speaking of Roku, here’s a big discount on our favorite non-4K streamer, complete with a voice remote that can control TV volume and power.

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