Target Black Friday 2009 Promises Their Lowest Prices Ever

Posted: Oct 28 2009, 4:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:08pm CDT, in News | Black Friday 2017

 

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There is a lot of hype around leaked Black Friday ads in the weeks before retailers make the ads official. For retailers this period is a great opportunity for marketing their deals, but only a few of them really work this pre-Black Friday opportunity.
I just stumbled over Target's Black Friday 2009 page. They actually managed to get their place holder page onto the 2nd page in Google for the search term Black Friday 2009.
Target lets you sign up on that page to be notified when the Black Friday 2009 ad is going to be released. Target also states that the 2-Day Sale will start Black Friday at 5.am.

If they were really smart, Target would tease one or two deals on that page to make it even more interesting to visit. Update: Target Black Friday 2009 Ad leaked.
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