Last week, Walmart revealed its Black Friday online discounts would begin as early as Nov. 9, while in-store bargains will start on Nov. 23 on Thanksgiving.
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Most Walmart chains will be open all day on Thanksgiving, but Black Friday sales begin at 6 p.m.
“There’s only one place to shop this Black Friday – Walmart,” Steve Bratspies, chief merchandising officer of Walmart U.S., said in a press release. “Whether a customer shops with us in our stores or online, we know exactly what they will be shopping for, and we will have it.”
The store is offering sales on a variety of items, including laptops, televisions and toys.
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Here’s a snapshot of the deals.
Laptops and tablets such as the HP Stream Laptop, Samsung Chromebook 3 and iPad 5th Gen 32GB will be available for up to $80 off.
Smart televisions like the LG 49-inch Class 4K Smart TV will be offered for $328, an Element 39-inch Class Smart TV will be up for grabs for $125 and a Samsung 65-inch Class Curved 4K Smart TV for will go up for $998. That’s up to $300 in savings.
Need toys for the little ones? The Frozen Sleigh 12-Volt Ride-On will be on sale for $198, $100 less than the original price. And you can snag the Tickle Me Elmo and popular board games like CLUE and Connect 4 for less than $15 each.
Take a look at more of the discounts below.
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