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Black Friday 2017: Target ad released; Belk, Costco, BJ’s also out

Black Friday 2017: Target ad released; Belk, Costco, BJ’s also out

Black Friday 2017 Deals

Black Friday 2017: Target ad released; Belk, Costco, BJ’s also out

With Black Friday just three weeks away, more retailers are leaking ads for one of the biggest shopping days of the year.

The latest to be leaked is one of the largest retailers, Target. In addition to listing sales, Target also announced its Thanksgiving hours.

>>56 stores confirm they will be closed Thanksgiving Day 2017 

Target stores will open at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving and close at midnight. They will reopen at 6 a.m. on Black Friday.

Here are some of the deals from the store’s leaked ad:

  • GoPro Hero 5 for $349.99, includes $50 Target gift card
  • DJI Spark for $399.99 
  • iPad Pro (10.5 inch) starting at $529.99 
  • iPad (2017 model) for $249.99 
  • Amazon Echo (second generation) for $79.99 
  • Amazon Echo Dot for $29.99 
  • Nest thermostat (third generation) for $199
  • Google Home for $79 
  • Google Home Mini for $29, includes $10 Target gift card
  • Google Chromecast for $25 (doorbuster deal)
  • Amazon Fire TV Stick for $24.99 (doorbuster deal)
  • PlayStation 4 (1TB) for $199.99 (doorbuster deal)
  • Xbox One S for $189.99, includes $25 Target gift card
  • urBeats headphones for $49.99
  • Fitbit Alta HR for $99.95
  • Apple Watch Series 1 starting at $179.99 

>>Black Friday 2017: Dell offers deals today; Kohl’s, JC Penney’s, other ads leaked

As one of the biggest shopping days draws near, other ads are showing up on such sights at BestBlackFriday.com.

Ads for retailers Belk, Ace Hardware, Costco and BJ’s all have been posted.

Here’s what Belk is offering:

Belk stores will open at 4 p.m. on Thanksgiving and remain open until 1 a.m., before re-opening on Black Friday from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. 

From BFads.net, “Belk will have scratch cards at every store with a chance to win up to $1,000 on Thanksgiving and up to $250 on Black Friday. They will also be offering $15 in Belk Bucks for every $75 you spend, with no exclusions, plus a $10 Off $50+ coupon (online and in-store).”

Some deals from Belk include:

  • Rampage Boots for $19.99
  • Bed-in-bag bedding sets for $29.99
  • KitchenAid 5-quart stand mixer for $199.99 (online only)
  • Small kitchen appliances from $9.88-$14.99
  • Twin quilts for $54
  • The entire stock of pillows, mattress pads, comforters and blankets up to 65 percent off.
  • Biltmore electric blankets for $79.99
  • Entire stock of Kim Rodgers, buy one, get one free
  • Drones from $29.99 to $299.99

Here’s what Ace Hardware will be offering:

(Some savings reflect Ace Rewards Card purchases)

  • Craftsman 6 drawer tool center $99.99 (was $159.99)
  • Dewalt 20 volt Drill and Impact Kit $169.99 ($149.99 each w/Ace Rewards Card)
  • Choose from 10 Stanley/Dewalt hand tools for $3.99 ($2.99 each w/Ace Rewards Card)
  • Black & Decker 18 Volt Cordless Drill $29.99 ($17.99 w/Ace Rewards Card)
  • 30” Digital Control Electric Smoker $149.99 ($129.99 each w/Ace Rewards Card)
  • According to BFAds.net, Ace Hardware is offering 50 percent off regular-priced items under $30 and $15 off one regular-priced item over $30 on Black Friday. On Saturday and Sunday, take $10 off purchases of $50 or more. On Cyber Monday, take 15 percent off your entire purchase of regular-priced items both in-store and online.

Here’s a look at what Costco will be offering:

  • The Asus ROG GL753 gaming laptop will be available for $950
  • HP’s Pavilion 23.8-inch all-in-one is $650
  • HP’s Pavilion 15.6-inch laptop will be available for $800
  • Xbox One S bundle with a three-month Game Pass and an extra controller for $220
  • Sony’s PlayStation 4 1TB Slim console is $190
  • A PlayStation 4 1TB Slim console bundle featuring Destiny 2 and Call of Duty: WWII video games will be on sale for $290

Here is what BJ’s is offering:

  • $189.99 PS4 1TB gaming console (save $100)
  • $50 of any Xbox One S game system bundle
  • $3,279.99 82-inch Samsung 4K Premium UHD Smart TV
  • $1,899.99 75-inch Samsung 4K UHD Smart TV
  • $1,599.99 75-inch LG 4K UHD Smart TV
  • $1,499.99 75-inch Vizio 4K UHD Smartcast TV
  • $979.99 70-inch Vizio 4K UHD Smartcast TV 
  • $2,499.99 65-inch Samsung QLED 4K UHD Smart TV 
  • $1,479.99 65-inch curved Samsung 4K UHD Smart TV 
  • $649.99 10.5-inch iPad Pro 256GB 
  • $169.99 10.1-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A
  • $99.99 8-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A 
  • $89.99 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A 
  • $749.99 Canon EOS Rebel T6i bundle
  • $349.99 GoPro Hero5 Black Bundle 
  • $39.99 Amazon Echo Dot 
  • $29.99 7-inch Amazon Fire tablet 
  • $29.99 Amazon Fire TV 
  • $699.99 15-inch Acer laptop
  • $439.99 15-inch HP touchscreen laptop
  • $349.99 15-inch Dell Inspiron 3263 laptop 

Not all of the deals above will be available on Black Friday.

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