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Wal-Mart is offering deals on its big ticket items, usually reserved for Black Friday, including televisions, tablets and toys.
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Starbucks’s famous red cups are an early marker of the holiday season. As of Nov. 1, the festive cups rolled out nationwide, along with seasonal drinks such as the Peppermint Mocha, Caramel Brulee Latte and the Eggnog Latte.
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Target is extending its Holiday Price Match policy this year. As of Nov. 1, if a customer purchases a qualifying item at a Target store and later finds it marketed for less online or in a local competitor’s ad, Target will match that price.
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4. Toys 'R' Us
Toys 'R' Us is rolling out “Credit Card Super Saturdays” and “Double-Wish-ious Wednesday” deals from now until Christmas. Plus, members of the loyalty program will receive special access to select Toys 'R' Us Black Friday deals beginning on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving.
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Amazon is also kicking off Black Friday early, with online daily deals. While Black Friday Deals Week remains the main event, Amazon is counting down to the week with other discounted items.