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It's the last day to shop Target's Deal Days event, happening alongside Amazon Prime Day. You can find plenty of impressive sales and offers right now. Unlike Amazon, you don't need a special membership to shop Target's sales.

All of Target's deals will span the entire two-day event, and, like Best Buy and some other retailers, it will be offering a price-match guarantee: from Nov. 1–Dec. 24, if shoppers find that any item advertised as a "Black Friday" deal drops in price at Target or on Target.com after they buy it, Target will refund the difference. And as per its usual policy, the retailer says it will also match select competitors’ prices within 14 days of a purchase, throughout "the majority of the season."

Shoppers can have their orders shipped, or use Target's contactless drive-up and order pickup services, as well as same-day delivery via Shipt.

Below, we've gathered some of the best deals on products that performed well in CR's tests. We'll continue updating our coverage as more deals become available. Keep in mind that these prices are accurate at the time of publication, but some deals may sell out and prices can change throughout the course of the sale. (Note: Don't see Target's price? Click "+More" to expand any offer.)

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• Headphones
• Home Theaters and TVs
• Tablets
• Kitchen & Home

Full coverage: Prime Day Sales and More

Headphones

Apple Powerbeats Pro True Wireless Headphones

    This model doesn’t score high enough to earn a CR recommendation, but it tends to be very popular among Apple fans. Our tests find the bass is overpronounced to the point that it distorts the sound of original recordings. The charging case—a standard accessory with all true wireless headphones—is unusually bulky, too. Still, some bass fans might be happy to sacrifice audio clarity for an extra boost on the low end.


    CR’s test results: Apple Powerbeats Pro

    Beats Solo Pro Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones

      These noise-canceling headphones are usually a little too expensive to justify their performance, but they’re a decent deal for $200. The Solo Pro Wireless gets an above-average rating for sound quality in our tests, and the noise-canceling is superb. Before you pick them up, though, you may want to check out other noise-canceling options available at $200 or less.

       

      CR's test results: Beats Solo Pro Noise-Canceling Headphones

      Bose Quiet Comfort 35 II Noise-Canceling Headphones

        Bose has a new flagship model, the Noise-Canceling 700. But the older Quiet Comfort 35 II option is still around, and it gets the exact same score in our ratings. The headphones come with all the bells and whistles you’d expect on a top-of-the-line noise-canceling model, including adjustable levels of sound blocking, outstanding audio quality, and fantastic sound-blocking capabilities. This pair goes on sale pretty often, but this discount is almost as good as it gets.

         

        CR’s test results: Bose Quiet Comfort 35 II Noise-Canceling Headphones

        Home Theater & TVs

        Samsung 55-Inch Q60 4K QLED Smart TV

          This set, the Samsung QN55Q60TAFXZA, is about $100 cheaper during the sale. We didn’t test this set, but did test the Samsung QN55Q60DT, which is similar but sold via warehouse clubs, and it had great picture quality, but only so-so HDR performance. It’s a model in Samsung’s least expensive QLED series for 2020.

          Roku Streaming Stick+

            This streaming device usually costs $49, so the $12–$13 discount is a great chance to make it easier to watch your favorite shows. The Roku platform gives you the ability to access all your streaming services in one place, offering a category-leading assortment of channels so that you don't have to switch between multiple devices.

             

            CR's test results: Roku Streaming Stick+

            Tablets

            Samsung Galaxy Tab A

              This is a decent discount for an entry-level tablet that performed well in our labs. The tablet has an 8-inch display and a battery that should last around 11 hours. The biggest knock against the model on sale? It only has 32GB of storage, which doesn’t leave much space for photos, games, and other large apps. But that’s easy to fix with an inexpensive SD card.

               

              CR’s test results: Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2019)

              Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite

                This 10.4-inch tablet has been selling for $280 at a number of retailers lately, so the savings here are not as great as Best Buy suggests. But, all in all, this is a good tablet for the money—particularly given the sharp, color-accurate display. The model we tested had 128GB of storage. This one has 64GB, but that should be plenty for most people. And, if need be, you can always add more with a low-cost SD card.

                 

                CR’s test results: Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite

                Kitchen & Home

                Eufy RoboVac 35C

                  This little vac is a champ at cleaning bare floors and is a fairly quiet model. It’s compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, and you can program the robot through the manufacturer’s app—which makes it a good, inexpensive robotic vacuum choice that has connectivity.

                   

                  CR's test results: Eufy 35C robotic vacuum

                  Mr. Coffee Drip Coffee Maker

                    This Mr. Coffee drip coffee maker yields a great-tasting brew and looks stylish enough to earn its spot on your kitchen counter. In our tests, this brewer earns high scores for convenience and its easy-to-pour carafe, too. This brewer usually retails for $180, but Target’s competing Prime Day sale has it for 30 percent off.

                     

                    CR’s test results: Mr. Coffee BVMC-ABX39 drip coffee maker