Make a quick visit to Target's website right now and you'll get some Black Friday-style prices—today only—by ordering online. The ad for the deals, which we found thanks to a tip from FatWallet.com, is a bit hard to follow, since today's specials are mixed in with others available on Thanksgiving. It doesn't look like TVs are part of the pre-sale.

Looking through the ad, it appears you'll be able to get 25 percent off an Apple TV streaming media device, though based on the remote control it looks like the older model. You can also get 25 percent off all Beats wireless headphones and a Beats Pill 2.0 Bluetooth speaker for $120. Many of the deals are sweetened with Target gift cards of varying amounts.

Other items include a 9-inch Polaroid Android tablet and wireless keyboard bundle for $50, an 8-inch RCA Android tablet for $40, and a Jam Trance mini Bluetooth speaker, complete with $20 Target gift card, for $40.

There are also deals on toys, Blu-ray discs, and vacuum cleaners.

But if we're reading the ad correctly, things start to get really interesting at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, when doorbuster deals on TVs start to make an appearance. There's an interesting mix of brands, including several deals on Samsung sets and some very low prices on lesser-known labels such as Element and Westinghouse.

TV Deals

Major Brands

  • A 55-inch Samsung UN55JU6400 UHD smart TV, $798. This one generally sells for about $1,000, so you'll save $200.
  • A 49-inch LG UHD TV smart TV, $500. We're not sure what model, but we tested the LG 49UF6700 UHD TV, and it's selling for about $550 at Walmart.
  • A 60-inch Samsung UN60J6200 1080p smart TV, $698. That's about what this set, which is in our Ratings (available to subscribers), usually sells for, so it's not much of a deal.
  • A 40-inch Samsung UN40J5200 1080p smart TV, $318, including a $20 Target gift card. This set sells for about $428 at several retailers, so the savings are decent.
  • A 32-inch Samsung UN32J4000, $178. This model, also in our TV Ratings, sells for just under $200 at a number of retailers.

Secondary Brands

Since there were no specific models given for any of these low-priced sets, it's hard to fully evaluate the deals. Keep in mind that secondary brands generally haven't performed as well as major-brand sets in our tests—especially if you're looking to replace the main TV in your house.

  • A 55-inch Element 4K UHD smart TV 1080p, $400. We don't know for sure, but the Element E4SFC551 model is about $650 at Costco right now. Last year there was another 55-inch set, the ELUFT551, that sold for $500, including at Target.
  • A 55-inch Westinghouse 1080p set, $250, Target said it was selling for $600. We think it's the Westinghouse DWM55F1G1, which usually sells for about $500 or more.
  • A 50-inch Element 1080p TV, $240. Again, we don't know the model, but we've seen Element sets of this size sell for under $300.
  • A 43-inch Element 1080p TV, $170. No regular price was given.
  • A 32-inch Westinghouse 1080p TV, $100, Target says it's usually $190.

If you're not happy with your TV's sound, Target will have two sound bar speaker deals: a Vizio SB2920 for $50 and Samsung's more powerful HW-J355 2.1-channel system for $88. The latter is selling for $138 right now on Amazon. We didn't test either, so try to listen to them before you buy.

For more Black Friday TV deals, take a look at our posts on Sam's Club and Dell. We'll be tracking all the best holiday shopping deals, so keep checking back for updates. Also, check out our 10 top Black Friday shopping tips and our Countdown to Black Friday calendar.