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Target won't keep stores open all night on Thanksgiving

07 November 2017

Target has unveiled its Thanksgiving and Black Friday plans. However, new to this year, Target will close its stores at midnight and reopen at 6 a.m. on Black Friday.

Target is also offering early access to some Black Friday deals on Monday, Nov. 6, only, including sales on board games, auto seats and more.

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Meantime, Target has unveiled its Thanksgiving store hours, planning to open its doors at 6 p.m. that Thursday, in line with the past three years. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news. That's a change from previous years, when stores stayed open throughout the night and into Friday. It was $99.99 on Black Friday 2016.

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With Target and Best Buy both rolling out aggressive free-shipping deals this year-end shopping season, Wal-Mart Stores might need to unveil some Black Friday goodies of its own to maintain its torrid online growth.

One top deal for the Minneapolis-based retailer this year is buy one item, get one at 50 percent off on hundreds of beauty sets.

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Target won't keep stores open all night on Thanksgiving