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Target's Black Friday: $479 iPad Air with $100 gift card, $89 Apple TV
Monday, November 11, 2013 @ 9:09pm

American retailer Target has posted its deals for Black Friday, when the holiday shopping season begins in earnest. Of particular interest to Apple fans may be the retailer's deals on the new iPad Air and other iOS products. Target is offering Apple's newest iPad for $20 lower than it is available on Apple's own website.



Page five of Target's 37-page advertisement shows all of the retailer's Apple discounts, including the 16GB iPad Air for $479. The $20 savings isn't the end of the iPad deal, though, as Target is also giving away a $100 gift card with every full-size iPad purchase. Customers buying iPad minis will get a gift card worth $75. Target is offering the non-Retina, 16GB model of the diminutive iPad for $299. The retailer is also selling 16GB fifth-generation iPod touch units for $229 with a $50 gift card included, and 16GB iPhone 5s units for $180 on contract with a $30 gift card included. Target is also offering $60 packs of iTunes gift cards for $50, as well as $10 off Apple TV units. The retailer notes that gift card quantities are limited. The prices shown in the ad will run from Nov. 28 to Nov. 30.

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