Walmart has released their 37 page Black Friday Ad and the deals are incredible! 50-inch 4K TV for $149? Check. Kodak camera for under $100? Yes! And there are tons of other great offers like an Apple Watch for only $129 and more. You can literally save hundreds if not thousands of dollars by taking advantage of these once-off discounts. Check out the ad at your local store here.
Walmart’s Black Friday sale traditionally starts in-stores at 6 p.m. local time Thanksgiving. The deal is sweetened by the coffee, hot cocoa and snacks that will be available from 4 p.m., and color-coded maps in the Walmart app to help you navigate the assortment of deals. Shoppers will also be happy to know that select deals will be available online starting at 10 p.m. ET on Wednesday, November 27th. If that wasn’t enough, Walmart is offering free next day delivery on eligible orders over $35.
But there is something even more immediate you can look forward to: you can get “Buy Now” deals at “Pre-Black Friday” sale prices, starting at midnight on November 22nd! You’ll be able to get a variety of electronics, toys, and household must-haves at lowered prices.
How to save and save some more:
- Visit the company’s website by clicking “Get This Offer (External Website)”.
- Starting midnight on November 22nd, checkout “Buy Now” deals to score items at great Pre-Black Friday sale prices.
- Black Friday online begins on Wednesday, November 27th at 10 p.m. ET (and remember free next day delivery on eligible orders over $35)!
- On Thanksgiving, you can start the Black Friday festivities with coffee and snacks from 4 p.m. at participating locations.
- Be sure to get the app to be able to make the most of the in-store sale, which should start at 6 p.m. at most locations(check your local store’s time, as these can and will differ) while supplies last.
* US only. Black Friday specials valid on select items online from 10 p.m. ET on 11/27/19 and valid in-stores at participating locations 11/28/19 from 6 p.m. (check local store times) through 11/29/19 or while supplies last.