Target Black Friday: Smartphone and Gaming Predictions


Year after year, you can get a relatively good idea of what each retailer will offer based on what they did the previous year and what sales they’ve run since.

Target is no exception, so if you’re waiting for Black Friday, we’ll let you know what you can expect to see. From gaming consoles to smartphones and more, you might see these savings on Black Friday 2019.

Target Black Friday Smartphone Deals

Last year Target had some amazing phone deals, including a $300 gift card with when you activated a Samsung Galaxy Note 9, a $250 gift card for iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, as well as a $200 gift card for Google Pixel 3 XL. Each of these deals was limited to activation on designated service providers including Sprint, Verizon, and AT&T.

The hottest devices this year that we expect you’ll see similar savings on are the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, Samsung Galaxy S10 models and Note 10. We’re betting on at least a $300 gift card deal with qualified activation and lease agreement.

Target Black Friday Gaming Deals

In 2018 Target offered the Nintendo Switch Mario Kart 8 Deluxe bundle for $299.99 which was a savings of $59.99. The Sony PlayStation 4 1 TB Spider-Man bundles price was slashed by $100 making it a cool $199.99.

This year’s gaming deals should get even better based on previous sales thus far this year. Expect to save around $130 on the Microsoft Xbox One X bundle and $120 on the PlayStation 4 Pro bundle. You’ll likely pick up the Nintendo Switch bundle with a free game or free memory card for around $250 saving you $100 and at least a $50 savings on the Nintendo Switch Lite.

Black Friday 2019 Target Round-Up

Along with smartphone and gaming deals, they are likely to bring back savings for Beats Headphones and offer up TV deals from both premium brands and respectable brands. Expect to find deals on at least 55″ and 65″ 4K TVs.

Unlike many retailers, we also expect Target to start Black Friday 2019 early with doors opening around 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day.