Target Cyber Monday Sale Launched [Update]

Posted: Nov 28 2010, 5:57am CST | by , Updated: Nov 29 2010, 6:54am CST, in News | Black Friday 2018


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Target just launched their Cyber Monday sale on Like many other retailers Target launches Cyber Monday deals already on Sunday. Update: Target launched on Sunday the Cyber Sale - a week long sales event. Today the actual Target Cyber Monday Sale has launched with additional deals.

One of the lead Cyber Monday deals on Target is a $89 Canon Powershot A3100 IS 12MP camera. The Target Cyber Monday TV deals include a $299 32-inch Vizo 720p HDTV and a $199.99 19-inch Sylvania 720p HDTV. The 32GB Apple iPod touch is on sale for $269.99.

If you are hunting down a Kinect Sensor for the Xbox 360, Target offers a $199.99 Kinect Senor Bundle that has as bonus the Dance Central Kinect game and an Xbox Live 1600 Points Card. There are lots of great Cyber Monday deals avaiable on Target, making it well worth while to shop today.

Shop the Target Cyber Monday sale now on The Target Cyber Monday sale will go on as Target Cyber Sale the whole week.

Target has also has a new sale in-stores. One of the featured deal highlights is a $113 Nintendo DSi.

Cyber Monday Sales have launched already on Sunday. Get the best Cyber Monday deals now before they are gone. Find the latest Holiday weekend and Cyber Monday deals of the season on TVs, Laptops, Phones, GPS, Blu-ray players and other gadgets in our Cyber Monday Hub.

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