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By Kenadi Silcox
Updated: October 14, 2020 10:12 AM ET | Originally published: October 13, 2020
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What’s that old saying? As goes Amazon, so goes the world? Okay, not exactly the world, but it wouldn’t be Amazon Prime Day 2020 if every big box retailer didn’t emerge with their own competitive mega-sales events at the exact same time — including Target.

Amazon Prime Day (and its competitors’ similar “holidays”) typically takes place in July, but was pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now companies like Target are using this later date as a way to preview what’s to come during their Black Friday shopping events.

Walmart launched a massive sale earlier this week, and Target is hosting a Deal Days event on Oct. 13 and 14, followed by Black Friday prices (and a price-matching policy) for the entire month of November.

While Amazon’s Prime Day deals are only available to Prime members, Target’s loyal customer base will be happy to know that Deal Days is for anyone who wants to take advantage of sales on big-ticket items like Beats headphones and $199.99 AirPods Pro. But you’ll want to move quickly — some deals have already sold out, like this KitchenAid mixer and a 50-inch smart TV starting under $200.

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You can brows through Target’s “Deal Days” sale here, and below you’ll find some of the very best deals available:

KitchenAid 5qt Glass Bowl Tilt-Head Stand Mixer: $249.99 SOLD OUT (list price $429.99)

A KitchenAid mixer like this one is often one of the most beloved items in a home baker’s kitchen.

Beats Studio3 Wireless Over-Ear Noise Canceling Headphones: $199.99 (list price $349.99)

Target is offering a $150 discount on these fan-favorite headphones while supplies last.

Hyperice Hypervolt Body Massager: $279.99 (list price $349.99)

Has your back been unhappy with your new work from home lifestyle? A body massager can help soothe all of those aching muscles.

Crock Pot 7qt Cook & Carry Programmable Easy-Clean Slow Cooker: $39.99 (list price $59.99)

While most of us aren’t tailgating the way we normally do during this time of the year, it wouldn’t be football season without a steaming bowl of some delicious slow-cooked buffalo chicken dip.

NutriBullet Single-Serve Blender 600W: $49.99 (list price $59.99)

With just a single serving size, this NutriBullet blender is great for a quick smoothie in the morning that doesn’t require much clean-up afterwards.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8″ Display 32GB: $99.99 (list price $117.99)

If you’re looking for an inexpensive tablet that can hold plenty of learning games and activities (or let’s face it, any distraction) for your kids, this is a great option.

Super Mario Bros. U: Deluxe – Nintendo Switch: $39.99 (list price $49.99)

Target is offering numerous deals on Nintendo Switch games, including Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Party, and Yoshi’s Crafted World.

Revlon Salon One-Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer: $29.39 (list price $41.99)

This two-in-one styling tool from Revlon has a cult following among haircare enthusiasts — and it’s 30% off right now.

Mandalorian The Child Monopoly Game: $14.99 (list price $19.99)

The rage that ensues from a game of Monopoly might be soothed by the undeniable cuteness of Baby Yoda — easily one of the season’s hottest toys.

L.O.L. Surprise! Fluffy Pets Winter Disco Series with Removable Fur: $7.73 (list price $12.89)

L.O.L. Surprise! Toys have been some of the most in-demand holiday gifts for kids three years in a row — and this year will be no different.

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