The deals started on Thanksgiving and run through Saturday, November 26 -- store hours vary by location -- and online shoppers will be able to get free shipping (though that seems to be standard policy).
With the exception of two ultra-cheap models, Target's not offering great deals on TVs, but it does have a few notable bargains on consumer electronics I haven't seen elsewhere.
Updated, November 21: One thing I've noticed as the days go on is that like many places Target's having early "sales." I put that in quotation marks because many of those sales ended on the day the Black Friday sales started -- and the Black Friday prices are much better. Case in point: The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8-inch 16GB is $129.99 until Thursday. Then it drops to $99.99. So beware.
Nikon's entry-level dSLR is going to be one of the popular camera buys this holiday season, and Target's price for the kit with the 18-55mm and 70-300mm lenses is the same as the typical price for the kit with just the 18-55mm kit ($1,000).
This isn't a unique deal -- it's the same price as Best Buy's because it's a manufacturer incentive -- but it's a slim, attractive console that would make a good gift for someone who wants to upgrade to an Xbox One.
You'll see roughly similar discounts for Apple products at a lot of the big retailers, and Target's no different. You'll be able to find the 9.7-inch iPad Pro starting at $449, the iPad Air 2 starting at $274 and the iPad mini 2 starting at $199.79. Plus Target's offering 20 percent off all iPods.
According to our TV reviewer, at 50 inches, 4K resolution won't make any difference in image quality (unless you connect a computer), but that might not matter to you at this price. And it's probably one of the cheapest large-size TVs you'll find.