Price: $147.00This 720p 60Hz HDTV is normally $249.99. The deal will not be available in Arkansas or Kansas.
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Black Friday is nearly upon us. Before stepping into the trenches of retail war, be sure to do your research.
The infamous day of deals has become more complicated as shoppers move online. It used to be that Black Friday was reserved for physical storefronts, and Cyber Monday was dedicated to online spending. But the two have merged to become three to five days of retail madness.
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Target's Black Friday deals are pretty straightforward, but keep in mind all sales vary and are only available until supplies last. It's basically broken up into three tiers of sales, depending what your up for.
- Average Shoppers: Look for Target's regular doorbuster deals. The items listed will be on sale in stores and online from Thursday at 9 p.m. to Saturday, Nov. 24.
- Hardcore Shoppers: For those prepared to wait in line for a very limited number of marked-down products, Target's "Bonus Doorbusters" begin at 4 a.m. Friday morning. They are available in stores only, and typically run out before the line even gets into the store. Plan accordingly.
- Online Shoppers: There are a few sales exclusive to online shoppers. They will begin on Thanksgiving day, but the real Internet deals will be available the following Cyber Monday.
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This story originally published on Mashable here.
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