On October 13 and 14, Target will hold Deal Days (the same days as Amazon’s Prime Day event). The retailer promises that this year’s sales extravaganza will have “nearly 1 million more deals” than last year and will serve as a fresh start to the key holiday shopping season.
In a statement on Tuesday, Target described the online event as a way to let its “guests know that they don’t need to wait or face the crowd to get the best deals, all without entry fees.” Target also hopes the event will provide a boost to its Target Circle, which is a free loyalty program of around a year, to access some of the offers.
also joins other retailers to demolish the traditional Black Friday rush due to the pandemic. The Black Friday deals will be sold online and in stores throughout the month of November, he said, and will offer “one-week discounts and digital offers every day”
; starting November 1. the date of purchase about two months.
Macy’s, Best Buy, and Home Depot said they would kick off holiday sales earlier this year as customers change their online shopping habits. Consumers have increasingly turned to the internet to find even deeper offers than in-store bargains, forcing more Christmas shoppers to move online.