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Target Black Friday Sale: iPad Air for $499 Plus $100 Gift Card and More

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RedFlagDeals has provided an advance look at Target Canada’s upcoming Black Friday 3-Day Sale, set to take place November 29 to December 1. There are some amazing Apple deals to check out in particular the 16GB Wi-Fi iPad Air on sale for $499 plus it includes a bonus $100 Target gift card!

Also, if you spend over $75 before tax on Nov. 29, you will receive a bonus $15 Target gift card. If you have a Target Red Card, you’ll also save an extra 5%. Even with out the 5% Red Card discount, technically Your iPad Air will cost you $384 (works out to $135 off Apple’s $519 retail price)

Here are the Apple products on sale:

  • 16GB Wi-Fi iPad Air: $499 ($20 off) + $100 Target gift card
  • 16GB Wi-Fi iPad mini: $299 ($20 off) + $50 Target gift card
  • 16GB iPhone 5s activation ($229.99) on Rogers, Bell, Virgin Mobile: free $50 Target gift card
  • 16GB iPhone 5c activation ($99.99) on Rogers, Bell, Virgin Mobile or Fido: free $50 Target gift card
  • Apple TV: free $20 Target gift card
  • iTunes Gift Cards: 20% off

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Apple is expected to launch a Black Friday sale this Friday again just like last year, which saw discounts of $41 on a Retina iPad. But this offer on the 16GB Wi-Fi iPad Air is a pretty hot deal. Let us know what you’re going to jump on!

Update: Clarified the Red Card 5% discount does not apply to Apple products.

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  • J. W.

    The 1st gen iPad mini is going to be $250 at Staples, if you don’t want to deal with the gift card.

  • Darrin

    The fine print on the target red card specifically says “apple products video games and mobile are exempt from 5% discount”. Boo.

  • Don

    How its $135 off the regular price??? You can’t use the $100 gift card towards the iPad Air, you have to spend $499+tax to recieve the gift card.

  • Those gift cards are good as cash at Target.

    $499 price = $20 off + $100 Target gift card

    + $15 Target gift card bonus =

    $135 “gained”

    You’re still up $135. Sure, it might not be directly off the iPad Air but the savings are indirect on your wallet.

  • mfurdyk

    That fine print applies to the additional 5% discount new cardholders receive (a single-use coupon) but the Redcard does provide the regular 5% discount, just not 10% stacked with the coupon.

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