If you are looking to buy a 65-inch 4K UHD television this Black Friday and you don’t want to spend time away from your family, Target has a way to get back to your family quicker.
While many stores will open their doors to shoppers on Thanksgiving evening, bargain hunters will be able to get back to their families sooner thanks to the retail giant’s new “skip-the-line” feature.
Target employees, armed with handheld scanners, will ring up purchases and take credit card payments right from the carts, allowing customers to avoid the inevitable giant lineups at the register.
Extra team members will be stationed in the electronics department, as the company knows that is generally the busiest part of the store on Black Friday.
It's November, which means the countdown to the holidays — including Black Friday — is officially on. This year, Target plans to open its doors at 5 pm on Thanksgiving, one hour earlier than last year. https://t.co/yWEyA119Nd— CNBC (@CNBC) November 1, 2018