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Target Responds To Alleged Black Friday Scam

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Many Americans are struggling financially under “Bidenomics,” as hesitant shoppers are avoiding the post-Thanksgiving shopping experience known as Black Friday.

A viral TikTok video suggested that Target was offering duplicitous “Black Friday” savings, which led to widespread social media outrage.

Target has responded, explaining that the items in question were part of an “early Black Friday” sale and that the prices were the same. (Trending: Chilling Surveillance Program Under Biden Exposed)

Macy’s CEO Jeff Gennette said, “The customer is under pressure. You see it with what is going on in luxury.”

“That is a recent development,” he added.

A Target representative explained, “A recent TikTok video showed a guest questioning if there was a sale on three Samsung TVs that had both a Black Friday sale sign, as well as a sale sign behind it indicating the same price.”

“In fact, the TVs were on sale before Black Friday as part of our early Black Friday sales,” continued the rep.

“We continued to offer those items at the same discount during Black Friday, but updated the signage to reflect the extended timing,” explained the spokesperson.

“In both instances, guests would have saved the same amount, between $20-$80 depending on which TV they purchased. Those discounted prices compared to the regular prices are clearly shown in both sale signs in the video,” revealed the corporate rep.

“We know our guests are looking for flexibility when they shop holiday deals, which is why we began Black Friday deals in late October and will continue offering great discounts throughout the holiday season,” they continued.

Adding, “We also offer a Price Match Guarantee, and will match the price of any item purchased by a guest that is offered at a lower price later in the season.”

The company has faced other controversies in recent months, including selling LGBT “pride” merchandise designed by someone who flaunted an appreciation for Satan and shipping a disturbing “extreme horror” novel to a customer.

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