There is always something A Target trip to cure cabin fever and other minor anxiety symptoms. All the adorable Christmas decorations and ornaments are available at this time of year which makes it even more enjoyable to plan a trip. It’s easy to shop on their website. As Although it is still full of holiday sales, it is fun. Target’s Cyber Monday and Black Friday sales are live for nearly every day, but some discounts are even more tempting now.
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Target Holiday Price Match Guarantee
The retailer offers a price match guarantee for this season. You can request a price match if you buy an item online or in-store between now and December 24. You will need to provide proof of purchase.
Headphone, Soundbar and Speaker Deals
Apple’s second-generation wireless buds (9/10 WIRED Recommends), offer better sound quality and longer battery life. Apple’s noise-cancelling tech is still some of the best available in wireless earbuds. The charging case for this version has an embedded speaker, so you can ping it using Apple’s Find My application.
Sony’s flagship headphones continue to be our favorite overall choice (9/10, Wired Recommends). They look great, sound great, last a lot, and last for a long period of time. Sony’s noise cancelling is top-notch, too. You can save even more by purchasing the previous generation of WH-1000XM4 (9/10 WIRED Recommends) for $230 now ($120 off).
Sony’s WF1000XM4 earbuds are a great option for those who want to spend less but still have the best audio quality. They may not be suitable for smaller ears. They have noise cancelling to reduce outside noise, quick pairing with Android smartphones, and a wireless charging bag.
If you need intense noise cancelation, these earbuds (8/10, WIRED Recommends) live up to their name—our writer called the noise cancelation nearly supernatural. They sound great and are lighter than ever, so they can be worn comfortably in your ears for long periods.
These are our top picks for wireless earbuds, even if you own an iPhone. They also work with Android phones. The Beats Fit Pro (9/10 Wired Recommends), is comfortable and has great battery life. They also have excellent noise cancelling. The earbuds have physical controls so sweaty ears don’t impede your music.
Are earbuds slipping out of your ears all the time? The Powerbeats Pro (8/10 WIRED Recommends), have a secure fit and a piece that fits behind your ears just like a pair glasses. These Powerbeats Pro have a nine-hour battery life, and they sound better than Apple’s AirPods. Just take one out and you can instantly pause your music, or route a call back from your phone.
Although the Studio3 (8/10 WIRED Recommends), are getting a bit old, they still make great over-ear headphones. The Studio3 has great noise cancellation, excellent Bluetooth range, and pairs well with Apple devices. Android users might have worse battery life.
Samsung makes some of the best earbuds we have ever used, especially if you own an Android phone. The Galaxy Buds2 Pro (9/10 WIRED Recommends) are our latest earbuds. They are extremely comfortable to wear and deliver amazing sound from the dual dynamic drivers. The phone call quality is excellent too. Some features are only available if you pair it with a Samsung smartphone.
Amazon’s second generation Echo Buds (8/10, Wired Recommends), which are among our favourite cheap buds, at a normal $120 price, is a fantastic deal. You can control the buds and ask questions or set timers from your phone using the Alexa voice assistant.
Sonos Beam 2 is the Goldilocks soundbars. It’s not the most powerful from the brand, but it’s the best balance of sound and size for most living rooms. The Beam supports Dolby Atmos and the big three voice assistants (Google Assistant, Alexa, and Siri), it processes faster than its predecessor, and it’s incredibly sleek, whether on your shelf or mounted to the wall. Here are more Sonos deals.
Beam’s soundbar is the best option for most people. This Sonos Arc (9/10 WIRED Recommends), however, is the top upgrade choice, especially for home theatre setups. It is expensive but delivers crisp sound and deep bass. Here are more Sonos deals.
Marshall is best known for its amps but the company also makes great speakers. The Stockwell II is our favorite of Marshall’s Bluetooth lineup, but the Emberton is perfect to pack for your next picnic or beach day. You won’t be caught by surprise by a moment of silence or record-breaking volume.
JBL speakers are reliable and solid. We expect the Flip 6 Portable Bluetooth Speaker to be no different. We love the Clip 4 portable player, even though we haven’t tried it. The Flip 6 can be connected to other JBL speakers using PartyPlay and is IPX7-waterproof.
We’ve tried and recommended many cheaper Bluetooth speakers, but this one deserves an honorable mention for its great sound quality. It is water-resistant and has a battery life of around 13 hours.
This is the best Google speaker (7/10, WIRED Recommended) for basic tasks like setting timers or asking questions. It can also control your smart home and other devices. The fabric at the top of the speaker is 100 percent recycled plastic bottles. Read our Best Smart Speakers guide for more details.
The Nest Audio (8/10 WIRED Recommends), can do everything that the Nest Mini can, and even answer all your questions with Google Assistant. But its audio output is far superior. This speaker is the best if your goal is to blast music around the house while you do chores.
Do you want a smart screen that does not require a camera or a microphone? (There are many reasons why you might.) The 7-inch Nest hub (7/10, WIRED Recommended) will be satisfying. When it’s not being used, it can be used as a digital picture frame. You can also call up Google Assistant to control smart home gadgets and ask any questions. You can use it to monitor your sleep patterns, which is a good option for the bedroom. You can find more ideas in our Best Smart Displays guide.
Do you ask Alexa often to play your favorite songs? Amazon Echo (4th Generation) can do that. This smart speaker can answer your questions, give you an outside view, and fill a room with its rich sound. You can also connect it to your other speakers via a 3.5mm output port.
While the Amazon Echo Show 8 might not be the largest Show smart display, it is the most suitable for most people. The Show 8’s size is perfect for viewing your family slideshow, yet it can be easily placed on the counter. The speaker is very loud, the video chat works well and the device can also control other connect smart home devices. The larger Echo Show 10 (3rd Generation, 2021) Smart Display costs $170 ($80), while the smaller Amazon Echo Show 5 (2nd Generation) costs $35 ($50).
Perhaps you want a small smart speaker that can tell you the news while your get dressed or to listen to your favorite podcast as you wash the dishes. The Echo Dot is the perfect choice if this is you. The Echo Dot can be placed on a nightstand and still control smart bulbs, your TV, among other things. Echo Dot Kids (5th generation) available at $30 ($30 savings) today.
Smartphone, Tablet, and Smartwatch Deals
Get the Pixel 6A (8/10 WIRED Recommends) if Android phones are more appealing to you than iPhones. It is our favorite phone. The phone is affordable, but the dual-camera system makes some of best photos for the price. A bright AMOLED screen, fast performance, and five-years of security updates are all included. You also get many smart software features that Pixels are famous for. It’s still a great deal, even though you have to give up some bells and whistles like wireless charging or a fast screen refresh rate.
Google’s new flagship phone, the Pixel 7 (8/10 WIRED Recommends), is only a month old and already on sale. This is a great deal considering its low price. The smartphone offers lightning fast performance, a 90-Hz display, wireless charging and a battery that lasts for a whole day. It also has one of the most impressive cameras available on a smartphone. You’ll be using the many smart features every day, which you can find out more about here. The Pixel 7 Pro has a 120-Hz larger screen and a 5X optical Zoom camera. It’s also available at $749 ($150). More Google deals can be found here.
The Galaxy A535G (8/10, Wired Recommends), if you are a Samsung fan, is a great alternative. You get a 120-Hz screen refresh speed and a microSD card slot. You get four OS updates and five years worth of security updates. It’s a shame that the cameras aren’t as sharp as those on the budget Pixel.
Samsung is likely to announce a successor for this phone in the first quarter of next year. However, that doesn’t make the S22 Ultra (9/10 WIRED Recommends), a great buy. There are very few smartphones that have a 10x optical zoom camera in the US. That zoom lets you capture sharp photos of subjects far away—like your kid running across the soccer pitch. This phone is high-end in every way: stunning performance, a 6.8 inch display, and so much more. You even get a stylus.
The 2021 Fire HD10 (10 WIRED Recommends), is the best Fire tablet available right now. It has a bright 1080p display, plenty of storage, works with Alexa, and is easy to use. If you want more memory and wireless charging, the Fire HD 10 Plus Tablet—2021 Model— is also on sale for $105 ($75 off). For the little ones, there’s the
Fire HD 10 Kids Pro Tablet (2021 model): $120 ($80 Off).
The brand-new Fire HD 8 is still being tested, but we’re pleased with the improvements it makes over its predecessor. It features a faster processor and a slimmer design. The USB-C charging port is still available. It is a cheap tablet that can be used to browse the internet, as well as consuming media. For $80, you can get the Fire HD 8 Kids model ($150). You get a 2-year worry-free guarantee in the event your child breaks the slate. The case also includes a tough bumper case. You might be interested in something smaller. You can also get the Fire HD 7 (2022 Model) for $40 ($20). Fire 7 Kids Tablet (2022 Model): Available for $55 ($55 Off). This tablet has decent performance for web browsing, watching videos, and is affordable at $55 ($55 Off).
My husband begs me to stop bringing any more books into our apartment. Although I can’t claim to have listened, a Kindle Bookwhite could be a solution. 8/10 WIRED recommends the 2021 11th Generation model. This model has a bigger screen, a better battery and a faster processing speed. You won’t miss a minute of Evelyn Hugo’s next move.
Apple has a new iPad. However, they are continuing to sell the model from last year. For most people it is more than enough. It’s fast and has a nice screen. iPadOS 16 also offers multitasking enhancements.
The iPad Mini (8/10 WIRED Recommends), drops to this price frequently, but it’s still an excellent deal. The iPad Mini is great for travel, due to its small size. However, the 8.3-inch screen is large enough to read, binge-watch TV or draw (it supports second-generation Apple Pencil). It is also very fast due to its A15 Bionic technology.
The official charger charges your iPhone fastest (15 watts), because it aligns to an exact spot that allows for greater power transfer. Unfortunately, the 3 foot cable is short, making it difficult to charge the phone while charging. MagSafe Duo is $97 (32 Off) if you need to charge multiple devices simultaneously.
The Series 8 (8/10, WIRED Recommended) is the best Apple Watch right now. This model retains excellent health and wellness features such as blood oxygen measurements, high- and low-heart rate notifications and ECG. It also includes Crash Detection (which will contact emergency services if it senses you are unresponsive after a crash). However, it will track your fertility but we would be cautious about potential privacy issues.
The SE is a great option if you don’t want all the bells and sounds in a watch or a smartwatch to gift an elderly relative or child who doesn’t own a phone. The SE is cheaper than the Series 8 and has a smaller screen. It also doesn’t include ECG, bloody oxygen or ovulation monitoring. You can still use the latest WatchOS 9 to get the best fitness features.
Google’s Pixel Watch, the first ever, makes me jealous of my iPhone. It’s stunning. It works only with Android phones. It can be worn all day, is lightweight, and tracks basic health and fitness information like heart rate and electrocardiograms. There’s no SpO.2 The interface will soon include fall detection, auto workout detection, and sensing. You can keep track of all notifications and respond to any messages. It charges slowly and has a poor battery life.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch5 (7/10 WIRED Recommended) is the smartwatch you should consider if you already own a Samsung smartphone. The Galaxy Watch5 is a rounder, more minimalist smartwatch than many others. But this doesn’t mean the tech and hardware are cutting any corners—this has durable sapphire crystal on the face, accurate fitness tracking, and great water and dust resistance.
I don’t want to be notified every time a mile is covered. The Halo Fitness Tracker simply monitors your progress and doesn’t have all the clutter that a display can cause. Although the app is simple to use, it does force you to buy advertising and business products. You can also get the screen for $35 (or 45%) if you purchase the Halo View Fitness Tracker.
Although most gaming consoles are too large to fit in your pocket, that doesn’t mean they can’t be carried around with you. You can play a lot of games on your iPhone. However, it’s not always easy to use or ergonomic due to the small touch screen. The Backbone One (8/10 WIRED Recommended) is simple to set up and works with all iPhones. It also has pass-through charging, so you don’t have to remember when to hold pause to charge up.
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Google TV is our favorite streaming device, and we love it (8/10, WIRED Recommended). It’s easier to browse across platforms than Roku, regardless of whether you are looking for a particular title or just want to watch a funny video. Google offers a $20 HD-only Chromecast with Google TV that isn’t 4K ($10 off).
Amazon has a slight discount on the Roku Streaming Stick 4K Plus. This is our recommendation Roku, but it is identical. Although it’s less expensive, the remote doesn’t have hands-free voice control. The above Chromecast interface is nicer, but Roku remains our favorite streaming device. They are easier to use and provide every service you could want.
The Roku Ultra’s dual-band Wi-Fi is the strongest of all the models. It also includes headphones that you can use to listen in privacy while the rest of the house is sleeping (just plug them in the side of your remote). It streams in DolbyVision, and the 2022 version adds HDR10+ support (if your TV can handle it). The remote can be used as a voice control.
Roku’s Streambar can improve the streaming capabilities and audio quality of your TV for $80. It is only 14 inches long so it can fit in small living rooms. Dolby Audio is included for better sound. There’s also a night-listening option so that you don’t have the need to constantly turn down the loud scenes when your roommate is asleep. You can find other affordable soundbars in this section if you want better sound quality and don’t need streaming.
This streaming stick can be used to access Prime Video content and Amazon’s Alexa voice-activated assistant. While it can be used with many apps, the streaming stick is only compatible with Prime Movies and Prime Shows. You can access your security camera feed from anywhere, including your smartphone. TKTK Fire TV Stick 4K $25 off and Fire TV Stick Lite $15 off
This is the HP Victus 15-inch model that we recommend in our Best Budget Gaming Laptops Guide. Although it has a smaller screen, the Intel i5 processor, Nvidia RTX3050 graphics card and 16 gigabytes RAM are all available. It also features a 512-gigabyte SSD. While it’s not the most powerful gaming machine, it can be used if you are on a budget.
Lenovo’s 13 inch, two-in-1 touchscreen Flex 5i has a 12th-generation Intel Core i5 CPU, 8 gigabytes in RAM and a 256GB SSD. It is fast enough to browse the internet, watch videos and perform most office tasks. The 14-inch 1080p display is not the best.
The Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 9i is equipped with an 11th-generation Intel Core i7 processor, 16 gigabytes RAM and a 512-gigabyte SSD. It can also handle light video editing.
I love my mismatched, random mugs so I prefer to use them with a warmer. Ember’s mugs are great for keeping your coffee hot if you work in an office. It is necessary to connect the Ember app to adjust your desired temperature between 120 and 145 degrees Fahrenheit. It lasts approximately an hour and a quarter.
This robot vacuum is our favorite. It is attractive, simple to use, and, most importantly, it works. It is powerfully suctioned and has great navigation. The bin automatically empties into it, so you don’t need to empty it as often.
Although we’ve seen the stick vacuum sell for as low at $350, this deal is still very good. Although the V10 Cyclone (8/10 WIRED Recommends), is a 2018 model, it is still the preferred vac for many WIRED Gear members. It’s strong and lightweight, easy to use, and has strong suction. It can be converted into a handheld vacuum. You can find out more information in our Best Dyson Vacuums Guide. The all-new
Dyson V12 Detect Slim on Sale for $500 (150 Off)—read our review here—but you can also save and get the older V8 Origin for $280 ($100 off).
We recommend the Nest Cam (Battery), especially if you are looking to use Google Assistant. It comes with a magnetic mounting plate and will last for about a month before it needs to be recharged. Even in low light, the 1080p resolution is excellent. A Nest Aware subscription is not required but adds some helpful features. The floodlight version can be purchased for $190 (90%) and the corded Nest Cam (for indoors), for $70 (30%).
Although wi-fi should not be confusing at this point, it can still be with all the rebooting, speed testing and precarious setup situations. Eero 6 (3 Pack) Wi-Fi Mesh Routers can be set up in minutes so that you don’t have to worry. These discreet routers blend in with your decor while expanding and boosting internet speed.
It is quite unbelievable how costly Christmas trees can be, whether they are artificial or real. Target offers the Wondershop brand artificial Christmas trees for 50% off.
This is the best price we have seen for this model. These stand mixers can be used in many ways. Stand It has stood up to the test of times and will be a useful addition for any home baker. The Artisan model with a tilted head for easy access to the bowl is also available for $350 ($100). Target has discontinued shipping, but you can still order one to be picked up in a nearby store if stock is available.
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This deal applies to the original Nintendo Switch model. It also includes a digital download code. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. The membership includes a three month subscription to Nintendo Switch Online. You can then crush your friends or strangers online. This is effectively the same thing as buying the console and the membership.
You will receive one Xbox controller with the purchase. Get a second for Player 2 before the holidays. You’ll find discounts on all color options, including Carbon Black, Robot White, Shock Blue, Pulse Red, and Electric Volt.
Blue makes great microphones that are easy to use—just plug in and go. This Snowball Ice microphone can be used for gaming or work-from-home.
This Blue Yeti can be purchased for a bit more and will enhance your sound while streaming. Elden Ring sessions. Simply plug it in to your PC and that’s all there is. Other tips and recommendations are available in our Best Podcasting Gear guide.
Stock on the Xbox Series X is not constant so you can get the Series S instead. This is a cheaper alternative. The Series S is smaller, can only play digital games (no disc drive), but can play titles up 120 frames per second at 1440 pixels resolution.Not 4K). This is the lowest price we’ve tracked, and Target is throwing a $50 gift card, which you can use to snag an Xbox game. You might be able buy it at Target, although it may not be available for shipping. You can also buy it directly from Microsoft without the gift card.
With satisfying clicky clacks, mechanical keyboards make typing fun all day. The keyboard is 60% smaller than the previous model, and it has no number pad or arrow keys. It’s a cute little board that only contains the essentials. It’s compatible with Razer’s key cap kits, so you can customize your color scheme.
Beauty and Personal Care Offers
Oral-B makes high quality electric toothbrushes with smooth, oscillating head brushes that fit right between your teeth. Although there are a few expensive smart brushes available, the Pro 1000 is the most popular.
I have tried quite a few expensive hair tools and I love it when the cheap ones outperform them. Remington’s flatiron is one of the best. It did my hair straightening quickly and efficiently, so I didn’t have to do it multiple times. It’s not clear if this is a good product. Additional My coarse hair is not shiny, but it has never been shiney. It didn’t make it look crisp, so that’s a win in mine.
When you exercise, sore muscles are part of everyday life. You’ll feel sore if you do a good workout. You should be able to do this. can A percussive massager can help you get rid of a lot of the soreness. The Theragun Prime can exert up to 30 pounds of pressure. This makes it a solid mid-range product in Theragun’s range. Find out more in our Best Theraguns guide.
Target is my go-to place for beauty products. You might be interested in these beauty sets, which are available at a discounted 25 percent. Here are some recommendations:
- Hero Cosmetics in Case of Everything 2022 Holiday Pack for $15 (offer $5): Hero Cosmetics is known for making the best pimple patches. The Rescue Balm in this kit is a great option if you have succumbed to the temptation to pop the pimples. It prevents scabbing and the Lightning Wand lightens old pimples.
- ZitSticka Head to-Toe Zit Clearing Gift set for $15 (offer $5): ZitSticka also makes great pimple patches. This gift set includes body wash, masks, and body wash.
- Starface Holiday Large Yellow + Refills Acne Therapy for $19 (or $6 off): Starface makes it easy to manage acne. The kit includes a plastic yellow mirror, patch holder and refills.
- Morphe2 Quad Goals Multi-Palette Cosmetics Set for $12 ($4: Morphe’s Morphe 2 line is for those who don’t necessarily want a full glam look—I particularly love its skin tint, and this set has an eyeshadow, cream blush, lip tint, and highlighter balm in a compact that’s small enough for traveling.
- Real Techniques Everyday essentials Makeup Brush Kit at $14 (Save $5): The Miracle Complexion Sponge is my only makeup sponge. I have yet to use a brush I didn’t like.
- Byoma Hydrating Serum Care Set $15 (offer valid for 5 days): I have used all three Byoma’s adorablely packaged hydrating products: the moisturizer, serum, and face wash. The moisturizer is too thick for my super dry skin. I still use it.
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Retailer Sales Pages
You can browse the sales by yourself. These are the top retailers that participate in Cyber Monday and Black Friday sales.
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