) announced that it will open at 8:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving night,
armed with attractive sales and other deals. Also, the company
will have savings offers in the form of Cartwheel and REDcard,
through which customers can avail special gifts such as toys,
home appliances, decorative items, electronic gadgets, apparels,
This season, the Minneapolis-based discount retailer will offer
various Black Friday doorbuster offers, which will be available
on its website and stores from Nov 28, 2013 to Nov 30, 2013.
New Saving Offers
Cartwheel, the latest digital savings plan introduced by Target,
will promote deals on chosen items throughout the Thanksgiving
week, with exclusive offers from Nov 24 - Nov 27.
Customers using the REDcard will get an additional 5% discount on
most buys during the week. On Black Friday, from midnight till
the store shuts, shoppers spending $75 and above at Target stores
will win a 20% discount coupon usable at all stores early in
During the Cyber week sale, online buyers will receive fresh
deals everyday on the company's website. Over 100,000 items
including toys, clothes, big brands like Canon, Kitchen-Aid, LG
and many more will be put on sale throughout the week. Free
shipping of goods is expected to further enhance its Cyber week
Also, for early shoppers, there will be 15 online-only offers
commencing Nov 24, 2013 and continuing for two weeks with free
shipping for REDcard users.
This year, this Zacks Rank #3 (Hold) holding company will keep
its stores open for extended hours on occasions like
Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Christmas, Christmas Eve and the day
after Christmas, to make the most of the holiday season.
Last year, big retail chains like
Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
The Gap, Inc.
) kept their stores open on Thanksgiving and earned significant
revenue. Following suit, retailers like
) have decided to remain hawk-eyed this season and start
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