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iPad Target’s best-selling product on Black Friday, and the deals aren’t done yet: 15% off everything


Target said that the iPad was its top-selling item, both in-store and online, on Black Friday – outselling even TVs. The company revealed that it sold one iPad every second, reports Forbes. The company also noted that the Apple Watch “was especially popular in stores.”

The deals aren’t done yet, either: 9to5Toys notes that Target is today offering a 15% discount on almost every product it sells – even the iPad Pro. Just enter coupon code CYBER15 at the checkout.

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  1. Stephen Pate - 7 years ago

    Shipping not available. Limited in store pickup

  2. Kristen Baker - 7 years ago

    Cyber monday? Where is the money?!? These “black friday” and “cyber monday” events are history.

    I went to Walmart to return a item 9:30A Friday morning and I had to side step all those advertised $99-$200 LCD TVs laying out everywhere that no one wanted. It reminded me of the scene in Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer and island of misfit toys…They could find no love. The surprising thing was I did not have to side step people…place was like a ghost town.

    I think people just can’t afford Christmas like they used to. Unemployment is at a record high. The only jobs available are low-level temp jobs. Most people had their health insurance cancelled and cannot afford new policies (mine is $650/month… contrast this to my $25/month auto insurance from Insurance Panda… or my $12/month renters insurance from Eagle… both private-enterprise!). Rent and home prices are going up, up, up even though wages are staying the same.

    Just like computers & Iphones the USA saturation point has been reached.

    • chris9771 - 7 years ago

      Thanks for your non-relevant economic outlook and political commentary.


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