Apple Deals in the 2017 Target Black Friday Ad


Target’s 2017 Black Friday ad is officially out the public and with that come some of the best deals of the year and the holiday season.

Target will be opening its doors from 6 PM – 12 AM-midnight on Thanksgiving Day. From there, the stores will close and open again at 6 AM on the actual Black Friday. With online ordering, customers will receive free shipping all throughout the holiday season.

The deals we will be covering here will consist of Apple products and services, which also includes Beats products too.

Apple Deals:

  • Free $250 Target gift card with the purchase of an iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus
    • With a qualified activation
    • Available for Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint customers
  • Save $60 on a 32GB iPhone SE (now $99.99)
    • On Total Wireless cellular network
    • No-contract
  • Save $70 on the Apple Watch Series 1
    • Will sell for $179.99
  • Save $80 on the iPad 5th Generation
    • Will sell for $249.99
  • Save $120 on the 10.5-inch iPad Pro
    • Will sell for $529.99
  • Buy on iTunes gift card, get one 30 percent off
  • Save $50 on urBeats
    • Will sell for $49.99
  • Save $220 on Beats Studio2 Wireless headphones
    • Will sell for $159.99
  • Save $60 on Beats Solo 3 Wireless headphones
    • Will sell for $239.99
  • Save $40 on Powerbeats3 Wireless earbuds
    • Will sell for $159.99

These deals will take effect on Thanksgiving Day both online and in-store (store hours listed above) and end on November 25th at midnight ET. Remember that when you order from the Target app, you can pay with Apple Pay.

Click here to get access to this year’s Target Black Friday ad. There are many deals in electronics and media departments and is currently one of the only big-name retailers that has released their Black Friday ad.

David Becker
Author: David Becker

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