Big news for Target shoppers! The massive retailer announced in a press release that starting on Nov. 1, there will be free shipping on all orders — but that’s not all the store is offering this holiday season. Target has also introduced seven exclusive brands over the last year, with an eighth on the way —
the highly-anticipated collaboration with Chip and Joanna Gaines‘ company, Magnolia called Hearth & Hand!

Are you postponing your holiday shopping in order to snag some amazing deals? You’ve come to the right place. Though they’ve yet to announce their holiday hours for 2017, scroll down to find out when Target was open last Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Christmas Eve, and Christmas so that you can plan ahead for this year!

When will Target’s Black Friday Ad for 2017 come out?

Target lovers thought they’d have to wait until Nov. 8 to get their official shopping planning underway, but the store released its ad early complete with amazing deal listings and Target toy coupons. Some tech deals were released even earlier including a buy two, get one free deal on board and video games, and a free Xbox One game when you buy the console. Plus, with a Target REDcard, you get 5% off everything, even holiday deals!

When will Target open on Thanksgiving?

Hallelujah for stores that open on Turkey Day! In 2016, consumers could head over to Target as early as 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving to start their holiday shopping, depending on location. No word yet on whether doors will open at the same time this year.

What are their Black Friday hours?

Black Friday hours vary by Target location, so we recommend using Target’s Store Locator Tool to find out when your local store will open it’s doors.

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Will Target be open on Christmas Eve?

Though 2017 hours have not been confirmed, expert predictions say Target will likely be open on Christmas Eve from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. For shoppers looking to finish their gift buying, Christmas Eve will be their last chance to get it done!

What are their Christmas Day hours?

We hope you don’t procrastinate all the way up until Christmas Day! In years past, Target has been closed on Dec. 25.