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Target to start holiday discounts in October, take on Amazon’s Prime Day By Reuters

© Reuters. A shopper carries a Target paper bag in the Manhattan borough of New York City

(Reuters) – Target Corp (N:) will kick off its holiday season deals in October this year, at the same time as Amazon.com Inc’s (O:) Prime Day event, aiming to attract customers who are shopping primarily online due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Target said it will hold its “Deal Days” promotional event on Oct. 13 and 14 and will also expand Black Friday pricing for the whole of November, promising shoppers nearly 1 million more deals than last year.

The retailer has already made plans to staff more employees at distribution centers and for its contactless services to make shopping easier for those ordering online and collecting items in stores.

“By kicking off our holiday deals earlier than ever … we’re letting guests know they don’t need to wait or face the crowds to

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