Target prepping sales on HDTVs, digital SLRs, gaming product next week

Summary:In case you're too busy to go shopping this weekend, never fear as Target will be having some super special deals starting on Sunday, November 7.

In case you're too busy to go shopping this weekend, never fear as Target will be having some super special deals starting on Sunday, November 7.

Next week's weekly tech deals will be focused primarily on HDTVs, but some other goodies have been invited to the holiday party too. Check it out:

  • VIZIO 32” 60 Hz 1080p LED HDTV - $449
  • VIZIO 22” 60 Hz 1080p LED Internet-Connected HDTV - $249
  • Sylvania 19” 60 Hz 720p LCD HDTV - $145
  • Apex 40” 60Hz 1080p LCD HDTV - $445
  • Limited-Edition red Nintendo Wii Bundle - $199.99 (Includes New Super Mario Bros. Wii game, Wii console, Wii Sports, Wii Remote Plus and Nunchuk)
  • Buy Xbox 360 version of Call of Duty: Black Ops ($59.99) and get an Xbox Live 12 Month Subscription card - $29.99 (Available: Tuesday, Nov. 9)
  • Save $100 with the purchase of Canon EOS Rebel T1i Digital SLR Camera ($699.99) and Canon 75-300mm telephoto zoom lens ($199.99)

A little tip: before you head out to your local Target location, call the store to make sure the sale is still going on and to double-check that your item of choice is in stock...especially in case you go a bit later in the week.

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