Target Black Friday 2012 Ad features $195 iPod touch 16GB 4th Gen. with Free $40 Gift Card

Nov 15 2012, 8:47am CST | by , in News | Black Friday

Target Black Friday 2012 Ad features $195 iPod touch 16GB 4th Gen. with Free $40 Gift Card
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The Target Black Friday 2012 Ad has been officially released.

Target unveiled the Target Black Friday 2012 Ad this week. We have already published our Top 10 Target Black Friday 2012 Deal picks. One of these top 10 deals is the $195 iPod touch 16GB 4th Generation. You get a free $40 gift card with purchase. Best Buy beats this deal by offering a $50 gift card, but as these deals tend to sell out quick, you can consider yourself also lucky if you get the Target iPod touch deal.

There is a general trend this Black Friday that previous generations of Apple products are offered with high gift cards. The best deal offers Walmart with the iPad 2 with free $75 Gift Card. There are also some gift card deals on current Apple products advertised in this years Black Friday Ads. We will soon publish our Apple Black Friday 2012 Shopping guide with all the deals listed in one place.

Browse the full Target Black Friday 2012 Ad now.

The Target Black Friday sale starts at 9pm on Thanksgiving Day. This is an hour later than Walmart, Sears, Kmart and ToysRus. Target will offer additional doorbuster deals at 4 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 23. See our essential Black Friday 2012 Calendar for details.

Shop for the current deals. You can browse the Target Black Friday 2012 ad here.

Black Friday 2012 is on November 23, 2012. Once again the whole month of November will be the filled with great Black Friday deals and sales. I4U News will again report about the best Black Friday deals and the hottest Black Friday ads as soon as they become available. The first Black Friday 2012 Ads are here including the Walmart Black Friday 2012 Ad.

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