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Target Deal Days Is Live Ahead Of Prime Day: $30 Switch Games, AirPods Pro For $190, And More

Target Deal Days kicked off one day before Prime Day, offering steep discounts on select games and electronics.


Target Deal Days is back to compete with Amazon Prime Day this week, offering steep discounts across the site on electronics, toys, games, and much more. Running through June 22, which has it overlapping neatly with Prime Day, Target Deal Days is an online-only sale that anyone can shop, no membership required.

Target is offering some record-low prices on select games, including a couple of Switch titles that have never dropped this low: Paper Mario: The Origami King is on sale for $30, as is Pikmin 3: Deluxe. Meanwhile, Assassin's Creed Valhalla for PS4 and Xbox has dropped to just $23--keep in mind it comes with a free next-gen upgrade. Another Ubisoft title with a free next-gen upgrade, Watch Dogs Legion, is also steeply discounted at $17.

Target's also bringing excellent deals on items like the AirPods Pro, which have dropped to $190 from $250. This is $10 cheaper than what Amazon and other stores have been offering recently, though Amazon has begun its aggressive price-matching and is now offering the AirPods Pro for $190 as well.

Other worthwhile electronics deals include the Apple Watch Series 6 for $360 ($60 off), the 2020 12.9-inch iPad Pro (Wi-Fi) for $1,000 ($100 off), the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 tablet for $180 ($50 off), and the Beats Studio3 Wireless Over-Ear Noise-Canceling Headphones for $200 ($150 off).

Check out the best deals in Target's Deal Days 2021 sale below. Plus, check out the best Prime Day deals at Amazon, as the retailer is already starting to price-match deals at Target and other stores, including Best Buy's "The Better Deal" sale.

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