The Best AntiPrime Early Access Sale Tech Deals Happening At Target


The Best AntiPrime Early Access Sale Tech Deals Happening At Target

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The Best AntiPrime Early Access Sale Tech Deals Happening At Target

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If you're not an Amazon Prime member (or would rather not shop on Amazon), Target is competing with the upcoming Prime Early Access sale with its own deals: no membership required. On Saturday, October 8, the retailer will host Targeted Deal Days, offering discounts on various tech products. This includes gaming accessories, headphones, TVs and more, all up to 50% off for a limited time. If you find a lower price elsewhere, Target will match you with a similar price within 14 days of purchase through December 24. The retailer also offers free contactless pickup if you want to go that route.

We've carefully selected the full range of deals to compile a list of Target's best tech deals. And if you change your mind and decide to take a look at what Amazon is selling, be sure to check out our guide to the best Prime Early Access deals for Amazon devices.

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TV and streaming stick offers

  • Target is selling the latest LG OLED C2 4K TV in various sizes, but the 55-inch TV is currently at a nice discount. It is available for $1349.99 instead of $1799.99. The 4K TV offers a 120Hz refresh rate, low input lag and new features like a darkroom setting to reduce eye strain.
  • Google's 4K-enabled Chromecast is available for $39.99, up from $49.99. It is the best streaming device which also supports Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos content. Read our review.
  • The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max can be had for $34.99 ($20 off). If you're integrated into the Amazon ecosystem, this is the best streaming stick you can buy, it's faster than its predecessor, works with Alexa and supports Wi-Fi 6. Read our review .
  • With slightly fewer features, the Fire TV Stick 4K is still a bargain. You can get it 50% off at Target, where it retails for $24.99. Read our review .
  • Samsung's latest The Frame TV is also on sale. You can buy the 55-inch TV paired with the HW-Q910B 9.1.2-channel Dolby Atmos soundbar for $2,397.99 ($401.99 off). The 4K TV displays customizable artistic images when turned off, making the TV look like a real canvas. It also has a 120Hz refresh rate and supports AMD FreeSync adaptive sync technologies, which are useful for gaming.
  • You can get the 58-inch version of the Quantum TV Vizio M7 series for $599.99, up from $769.99. The TV advertises FreeSync support and variable refresh rate (VRR), but be aware that it has a 60Hz display. It has Chromecast built-in so you can stream shows and movies from your smartphone and access essential entertainment services. to flow:
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Smart recommendations for displays and speakers

  • Amazon's second-gen Echo Show 8 is available at Target for $69.99 ($60 off). The latest Echo Show 8 is our most popular smart display and you can use it for Zoom calls, streaming shows and more. Read our review .
  • Amazon's smaller second-gen Echo Show 5 is available for $34.99 ($50 off). Compared to the Echo Show 8, it should stand up better on your bedside table as a smart alarm clock, although it doesn't offer Zoom calling support. Read our review .
  • Meta's Portal Go, a portable, battery-powered smart display perfect for video calling, is available for $116.35, up from $179. Read our review.
  • Amazon's 4th Gen Echo can be had for $59.99 ($40 off). The spherical smart speaker has a built-in smart hub and delivers excellent sound quality. Read our review .
  • While it doesn't sound as good as the fourth-gen Echo, the fourth-gen Echo Dot still sounds great for the price. You can buy it for $24.99 ($25 off) and also use it to set an alarm with Alexa to complete tasks. Read our review .
  • The third-generation Echo Dot is also on sale. It offers decent sound (though not as good as the fourth-gen model) and the same features as the Alexa. You can buy it for $17.99 ($22 off). Read our review .

Game offers

Smartphone offers

Offers for tablets and e-readers

  • Amazon's latest ad-supported 8GB Kindle Paperwhite is available at Target for $99.99, up from $139.99. The latest Kindle Paperwhite has a nice high-resolution display, plus water resistance and USB-C support. Read our Kindle Paperwhite review .
  • The latest iPad Mini is available in a variety of configurations, starting at $399.99 ($100 off) for the Wi-Fi-enabled model with 64GB of storage. The iPad Mini offers a more powerful processor than the base iPad (which starts at $329.99) and supports the second-generation Apple Pencil. Read our review.
  • Microsoft Surface Pro 8 is a convertible that can be used with a detachable keyboard (sold separately), 120Hz high refresh rate, and Thunderbolt 4 support. Discounts targeted with different configurations, such as selling a model with 8 GB of RAM, 128 GB of RAM. storage and an Intel Core i5 processor for $969.99 instead of $999.99. Read our review .
  • The Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet offers a sharp 1080p display that convinces with its price and good performance. You can get it 50% off with ads and 32GB storage for $74.99. The ad-supported 32GB Fire HD 10 Plus, which supports wireless charging and more RAM, is also available for $104.99 ($75 off). Read our review .
  • If you prefer an even cheaper and smaller tablet, the ad-supported Amazon Fire HD 8 is available for $44.99 ($45 off) and the ad-supported Fire HD 8 Plus is $54.99 $ ($55 off). The Plus model charges faster, supports wireless charging, and has 3GB of RAM compared to the standard 2GB Fire HD 8. Read our Fire HD 8 Plus review .
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Discounts on smartwatches and fitness trackers

Home Safety Tips

  • Ring's Floodlight Cam Wired Plus is available for $139.99 ($60 off). It has a 1080p camera and dedicated motion detection zones, although you have to pay extra for some Ring features like recorded video.
  • The Ring Wired Video Intercom can be purchased for $39.99 ($25 off). It also offers a 1080p HD video doorbell, as well as night vision support and dedicated motion detection zones, but again you'll have to pay extra for some Ring features.
  • Target is discounting a variety of Blink outdoor cameras starting at $59.99, compared to one at $99.99. These battery-powered cameras offer 1080p resolution, work with Alexa, and feature motion detection alerts.

Robot vacuum cleaner deals

  • You can buy the iRobot Roomba j7 for $399 (about $200 off). For something more powerful, you can buy the j7 Plus, which comes with a self-draining nozzle for $599.99 ($200 off). It's our favorite robot vacuum with customizable display areas and good battery life. Read our iRobot Roomba j7 Plus review.
  • The Roborock S7 is our favorite hybrid robot vacuum and mop. Robovac comes with voice control, and while it can't avoid AI obstacles, you can create restricted areas. You can buy it for $409.90 instead of $649.99. Read our Roborock S7 Plus review.
  • The older Roomba s9 Plus is also selling for $799 ($200.99 off). Although it lacks the AI ​​obstacle avoidance offered by the j7, it does have more suction power.
  • The iRobot Roomba i3 EVO retails for $299.99 ($50 off). Like the j7, it offers the same suction power, nearly the same battery life, voice control and smart mapping capabilities.
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