The retailer will offer nearly 1 million more discounted items than in 2019.

By Jennifer Aldrich
Updated September 29, 2020
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Black Friday is one of the biggest shopping days of the year for both companies and consumers. Although it's certainly going to look different in 2020 due to the pandemic (no large crowds or long lines), the event will still boast deep discounts. Many businesses are choosing to roll out their sales early and offer online deals to avoid groups of people in the physical stores, including Target, which recently announced its 2020 Black Friday plans. Although it's still a little less than two months away, Target is starting sales way earlier than in the past. In fact, the first discounts kick off in just a few weeks, so you'll want to have your shopping list ready. Here's everything you need to know about the 2020 Target Black Friday.

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What to Expect from Target Black Friday 2020

In a news release today, the company announced it is bringing back Target Deal Days on Tuesday, October 13, and Wednesday, October 14. This kicks off the company's holiday season that will feature hundreds of thousands of deals on electronics, home, toys, beauty, and more. Some items will even be discounted as soon as Monday, October 5. The news release notes that the ″best" deals will be available on the retailer's loyalty program app, Target Circle, which you can sign up for for free if you haven't already. All of the deals are available online, and the majority of them can also be delivered via contactless pickup.

Didn't find all your gifts during those two days of deep discounts? Target is also offering Black Friday deals for the entire month of November, instead of just on the day after Thanksgiving, November 27. There will be almost 1 million more on-sale items than there were in 2019, and they'll last through December. The deals will be available both in-store and online, so you can stay home and add things safely to your cart while enjoying your delicious Thanksgiving leftovers.

While there's still a little time before holiday shopping kicks off, you can browse Target's current fall collection to gear up for the season. Make sure you check out Chip and Joanna Gaines's picks, too, to give your space cozy farmhouse vibes.

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