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Like many retailers, Target is offering Cyber Monday discounts on products including Amazon Fire tablets, Chromebooks, smart speakers, and media streamers, and more.

But Target is also offering an additional 15-percent discount on many items, which means you can pick up an Amazon Fire TV Stick or Fire tablet from Target today for even less than the price Amazon is charging.

Here’s a roundup of some of the best deals that are eligible for Target’s 15-percent off Cyber Monday sale.

Just keep in mind that some items are selling out quickly. Everything listed below was in stock as of 11:15 AM Eastern Time on Monday, November 26th, 2018. But quantities are limited and some color and storage options may no longer be available,

Media Streamers

Smart Speakers


Bluetooth speakers




Make sure to check out our complete Cyber Monday roundup for more deals.

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