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There’s no shortage of stores offering some deep discounts on gadgets for Cyber Monday. But Target is going a bit further by offering 15-percent off site-wide.

A few restriction apply: the discount is only good for orders placed online and some excluded items include Nintendo and Fitbit hardware, Samsung and LG TVs, Google products, and some other products.

But there are still some pretty stellar deals thanks to discounts that apply to some already-discounted prices. Here are some of the best deals I could find.

Note that the prices shown below are the price-in-cart after the discount is applied. Target’s product pages will show slightly higher prices.

Media Streamers





Smart Speakers

Check out our Cyber Monday roundup for more 1-day tech deals.

Cyber Monday 2017 mobile tech deals (11-27-2017)

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3 replies on “Cyber Monday: Target is selling (almost) everything for 15-percent off”

  1. Those Galaxy tabs are tempting enough for the money and the hardware but the Android versions are so out of date.
    I wish Nvidia would do another tablet. Or Nokia. Or perhaps even Google if they remember there is another end of the market other than high.

  2. i hope its a going out of business sale…how much for the TG bathrooms ??

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