After Sam’s Club and Best Buy, Target’s Black Friday 2015 deal collection has transpired, featuring many of the handhelds, tablets, smartwatches and fitness bands you were likely holding out for. But compared to Best Buy, the looming electronics goods selection is far more limited, and most of the discounts less impressive.

As seems to be customary, the promo bash will be kicked off on Thansgiving Day, i.e. Thursday, November 26, at 6 PM, which probably means a lot of the previewed “doorbusters” are to see their limited stocks depleted before the actual Black Friday sale begins.

There’s always the online purchasing option if you’re too lazy or stuffed on turkey to move away from your comfy couch, but while lines can’t form on Target.com., website downtimes are possible, and a few minutes of offline activity could prevent you from scoring a sub-$100 pair of Beats Solo2 headphones, 25 percent off Apple TVs, and various gift cards with iPad minis, iPad Airs and Apple Watches.

Yes, the tremendously popular “iWatch” is part of the discounted fun at Target, as all models will include complimentary $100 coupons. The same goes for the iPad Air and iPad mini 4, while the iPad mini 2 should net you $80 savings on subsequent acquisitions, a figure hiked to $150 as far as the Air 2 is concerned.

Meanwhile, iOS and Android fans will come together to redeem their $250 gift cards on iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, Samsung Galaxy S6 and Note 5 purchases, with the latter two alternatively available for a penny on-contract at Verizon or Sprint.

Finally, wearable enthusiasts have Pebble Time, Fitbit Charge HR and Fitbit Surge reductions to look forward to, special prices standing at $130, $119 and $200 respectively.

Source: Gotta Deal

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