Black Friday 2014 will see one of the best deals on an HDTV. It can be found at Target ... but not in the store.
Target is offering a Black Friday 2014 deal on an Element 40-inch 1080p LED/LCD TV for $119. However, (here's the catch) it's only offered as an online "doorbuster" deal with limited quantities and no rain checks.
Walmart is selling a similar model for $298.
Although Element is a secondary brand that can mainly be found at retailers like Target and Walmart, the Target Black Friday deal is still one of the best out there as for as televisions go. It even beats Best Buy's 40-inch Insignia 1090p LCD HDTV for $180.
But the 40-inch Element isn't the only Black Friday 2014 television deal that Target will be offering. Opening at 6:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving night, Target will also be offering the following:
* a 29-inch Element 1080p LED/LCD TV for $79 (one of the cheapest ever listed)
* a 39-inch Vizio 60Hz 720p LED/LCD TV for $220.
* A 48-inch Westinghouse 60Hz 1080p LED/LCD for $235 (special online-only purchase)
* A 55-inch Westinghouse 60Hz 1080p LED/LCD, model DWM55F1G1 for $395.
Needing add-ons for your TV? Target has those, too.
A Google Chromecast media streamer will sell for $25, ten dollars less than the normal cost. Also, an Apple TV will go for $89 and a Sony Blu-ray player will be offered for $50.
Another special Target Black Friday 2014 deal is less about the savings and more about what you get back. Customers will receive a free Target gift card when they purchase any iPad mini or iPad air at regular price. For example, if you buy an iPad mini 16GB with Wi-Fi you would receive an $80 gift card to use on other purchases. An iPad Air 2 16GB with Wi-Fi would give you a $140 gift card. This is a fairly good deal considering that Apple is always reluctant to reduce the prices on its products.
— Kathrine Nero (@NeroWCPO) November 13, 2014
Target offering 10% discount on Target Gift Cards on Black Friday up to $300. CAN be used to buy Disney gift cards pic.twitter.com/w1d100xWE7
— Morgan Crutchfield (@CentralMorgan) November 12, 2014