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Target Stores Announce Black Friday Hours, Deals

The stores will open earlier this year for Black Friday shoppers.

Target will be pulling an all-nighter come Black Friday Eve. The store announced this week that they will open at 9:00p.m. on Thursday Nov. 22 with select Black Friday savings. The store will begin offering additional Doorbuster sales at 4:00a.m. on Friday, Nov. 23.

In New Tampa and Wesley Chapel, that means you can head over to our Super Target at 1201 Bruce B Downs Blvd. right after you finish off that Thanksgiving dessert.

"We heard from our guests that they look forward to kicking off their holiday shopping with deal-hunting on Thanksgiving night," said Kathee Tesija, Target's executive vice president for merchandising in an announcement. "Opening at 9 p.m. gives Target’s Black Friday guests a more convenient way to create an after-dinner shopping event that the entire family can enjoy."

The store gave a sneak peak of Black Friday deals. Check out the list below:

·       Apex 32” LCD TV, $147.00 (except AK/HI)

·       Nikon L310 digital camera, $99.99

·       Nook Simple Touch e-reader, $49.00

·       Select classic board games, $7.00

·       Beats Headphones, $179.99

·       Sony PS3 250MB Game System, $199.99 (includes console, two games and a wireless controller)

These are the 4a.m. Doorbuster deals:

·       Samsung 50” 1080p LED HDTV, $699.00

·       Canon A3400 Camera Bundle, $89.99

·       Fisher-Price Doodlepro Classic, $10.00

·       Leapfrog Explorer Software, $15.00

The store also released holiday hours this year:

·       Nov. 22-23: 9 p.m. (Thursday) to 10 or 11 p.m. (Friday)

·       Dec. 24: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

·       Dec. 26: 7 a.m. to 10 or 11 p.m.

Theodore Beare November 13, 2012 at 06:22 PM
Figures a business would think post-holiday-stress-induced-shopping is something a family would enjoy. How many people will be bringing their kids and significant others in just to get a deal, while dealing with pissed off people working because they need the money but would rather be HOME with their families in friends? Target and Wal-Mart think use the family excuse when the last thing they want is kids running around and added chaos from overcrowding.

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