Best Target Cyber Monday Deals 2018: Take 15% Off Sitewide!

Plus, get Amazon devices at their best prices.
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Target's Cyber Monday sale is finally here! And this big-box retailer is a big player when it comes to Cyber Monday offers. In 2017, we posted more Editors' Choice deals from Target on Cyber Monday than we did on Thanksgiving and Black Friday combined.

Check out all of our top picks from Target's sale below!

Best Target Cyber Monday Deals 2018

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NOTE: The information below was assembled before the Cyber Monday deals came out. Please refer to the deals above before making any shopping plans.

When Will the Target Cyber Monday Sale Start?

Expect Target to kick off the sale on the Sunday before Cyber Monday, which is November 25 in 2018.

When Is the Best Time to Shop?

Target has offered a sitewide 15% off discount on Cyber Monday for the past three years. Because of that streak, we're expecting this offer to return again in 2018. Wide-reaching discounts like this one are rare for Target. Your best bet is to start shopping as soon as the 15% off coupon goes live on Cyber Monday morning.

Does Target's Sale Continue Into Cyber Week?

Target hosted a "Cyber Week" sale in 2017. However, the 15% off discount mentioned above was only valid on Cyber Monday itself. While some Cyber deals will likely hang around through the end of the week, the best offers will be found on Sunday and Monday.

What Will Be on Sale at Target?

Gaming and Toys

Expect great gaming and toy deals come November 26, as these categories dominated the Cyber Monday sale at Target last year.

About 32% of the Cyber Monday items we listed from the retailer fell into these categories. Of those, a whopping 63% were what we'd consider "the best of the best," earning our Editors' Choice mark. The best deals included a variety of in-demand toy brands, such as Hot Wheels, Little Tikes, Melissa & Doug, and FurReal.

A whopping 63% of Target's gaming and toy deals last year received our Editors' Choice mark.

We also saw deals on video game consoles that beat even Black Friday prices. For instance, the PlayStation 4 Pro dropped to $340, which was the best deal we'd seen for the console at the time. Not into Sony? The Microsoft Xbox One S 500GB console fell to $161, the best outright price we'd seen.

Home and Garden

Home and garden was another big category at Target during Cyber Monday 2017, accounting for a quarter of the offers we listed that day. And 63% of those home and garden deals were Editors' Choice-worthy. Keep an eye out this year for deals on home decor, security cameras, and small appliances.

Last Cyber Monday was a good time to shop for Nest gadgets. The third-generation Learning Thermostat fell to its best outright price, and the Nest Cam outdoor security camera dropped to the lowest price we'd seen. Small kitchen appliances also made up some of the best deals we saw last year. You could get excellent savings on everything from Crock-Pots to Anova sous vide cookers.

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And if you were in the market for soft goods, Target knocked 40% off select bedding and bath items the day after Cyber Monday. Later in Cyber Week, Target also dropped select winter clothing and accessories by 30% to 40%.


Electronics came in close behind home and garden in 2017, and accounted for 24% of the deals we listed last Cyber Monday. Of those, an astonishing 83% were Editors' Choice picks. TVs and streaming media players made up the bulk of electronics offers. We saw a 65" TV drop $91 under its Black Friday price, as well as the first strong discount on Amazon's Fire TV 4K media player during this sale.

Tips for Shopping the Target Cyber Monday Sale

Look for Target to bundle gift cards with many items again, making Cyber Monday deals even sweeter. In some cases, these offers will stack with the extra 15% discount mentioned above, turning certain deals into absolute must-haves.

Keep an eye out for additional savings via the Target app, too. Last year, the retailer offered an extra 10% off all holiday movies, music, and books through its app.

Readers, what's on your Target Cyber Monday shopping list for 2018? Let us know in the comments below!

Senior Staff Writer

Julie joined DealNews in 2015. Her work has been featured on MSN, Business Insider, Lifehacker, The Motley Fool, GoBankingRates, and Moneyish. In her spare time, she enjoys baking sweets, reading thrillers, and listening to an ever-growing list of podcasts.
DealNews may be compensated by companies mentioned in this article. Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).
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I gave up shopping at several years ago because every order I placed was either cancelled, incorrect, or missing items when it arrived. Sounds like nothing has changed! Amazon and Walmart have nothing to worry about regarding competition from Target. Guess it will be the next Sears. Really sad...
Don't waste your time on ordering a hdtv from Target, cause they have no stock on hand.
According to there online site they list hdtv's available and after you order them a couple hours later they cancel your order due to none in stock. Its one big Fraud trying to sell you something
that was never in stock to begin with.
Bummer! I wasted more than an hour finding lots of things I wanted to order from Target today because of the "site wide" 15% discount. But when I tried to check out, there was no discount - none - nada for the items I wanted. Only then did I point a microscope at the tiny print from the asterisk after "site wide". There is a huge number of exceptions to "site wide". There were lots of other problems with that shopping experience too. Target makes me appreciate Amazon and Walmart much more.