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Target Prime Day sale: The best deals end tonight

Prime Day sales are ending tonight, with the best deals from Amazon, Best Buy, and Target all expiring at 12 a.m PT.

Target still has some excellent Prime Day coffee maker discounts, printer deals, and Roomba robot vacuum sales available.

Almost all of the deals are available for contactless Drive Up and Order Pickup, and some will even be available for same-day delivery — as soon as an hour after ordering — via Shipt

Target Prime Day deals happening right now

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LG 2.1 Channel 160W Soundbar

$100 $177
Enjoy cinematic sound at an affordable price with this LG 2.1-channel soundbar, complete with wireless subwoofer, to give anything you watch the auditory boom it deserves.
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Hamilton Beach Modern 2-Slice Toaster

$20 $25
Simple and easy to use, this 2-slice toaster from Hamilton Beach is a great way to (re)heat your morning baked goods, making it an excellent companion for anyone without the time to cook.
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Marshall Acton II

$230 $250
Compact and packed with jacked beats, the Marshall Acton II Bluetooth speaker is a concert all on its own, built with its own dual tweeters and subwoofer for top-notch sound.
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Instant Pot Duo 6-qt. 7-in-1 Pressure Cooker

$80 $100
Dive into Instant Pot fame today with this deal: prep dishes in record time with ease, and fool your family into believing you're a master chef.
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Garmin Vívoactive 3, Black/Slate

$175 $280
The Garmin Vivoactive 3 is a GPS smartwatch that handles activity tracking as well as contactless payments. Preloaded with 15 GPS and indoor sports apps, including yoga, running, swimming and more.
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Roku Express (2019)

$25 $30
Enjoy an enormous library of entertaining movies and TV shows and the push of a button with the Roku Express streaming device, perfect for any cinephile's endless movie night binge fests.

Target vs. Amazon Prime Day: Which Sale Should You Shop?

Historically, Amazon has better Prime Day discounts than any other Prime Day sales. But now that almost every retailer is online and offering deals, that has begun to change.

That being said, there are likely to be some key differences between these two sales. Amazon has an edge over Target in some of the more obvious categories like 4K TV deals and Apple discounts.

Al-in-all, if you only have the capacity to shop one sale on Prime Day, Amazon is going to have more to browse. But if you’re looking for Prime Day beauty deals and electric toothbrush sales, Target’s sale is worth a look. They will also have some great Prime Day Lego deals considering their massive section of popular toys.

Amazon Price Matching

So Amazon, being the retail giant that it is, will often automatically drop prices on products when other retailers do. So for some of the most popular categories like TVs, gaming consoles, and headphones, if Target has a discount, Amazon probably has the same one.

Should you shop Prime Day sales or wait for Black Friday?

We’re most likely looking at a long stretch of discounts leading up to the holiday season, so any rational person would assume there’s no need for urgency here. That being said, getting your shopping done early can help guarantee you get all of your best gifts in time for Christmas.

Another thing to take into consideration is that some retailers might not have prepared enough stock for what awaits them this buying season. We saw this happen with PlayStation 5 pre-orders and Xbox Series X pre-orders in September, and we’ll likely see it again in November as Black Friday and Cyber Monday arrive.

All in all, if you’re hoping to take advantage of Nintendo Switch deals and AirPods sales, historically, you should jump on the first discount you find, no matter where it is.

However, if for any reason you miss these deals, there are always Black Friday Target deals to look forward to.

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