Black Friday has arrived early at Walmart.
On Thursday, the retailer kicked off four days of early access to Black Friday deals, and announced that its full-blown Black Friday event will start on Thanksgiving.
Walmart has also released its Black Friday ad.
Black Friday deals available now
Black Friday falls on Nov. 24 this year, but you can shop select Black Friday deals on Walmart’s website from today through Nov. 12.
These early bird deals, which reflect discounts of as much as $100, include:
- RCA Galileo Pro two-in-one tablet, available in multiple colors — now $87.99
- Sky Rider Falcon 2 Pro drone — $29.97
- Microsoft Xbox One S video-gaming console bundle — $249
- X Rocker Dual Commander gaming chair, available in multiple colors — $99
- MD Sports official-size table tennis table — $99
- Kingsford 32-inch charcoal grill — $99
- American Plastic Toys deluxe custom kitchen — $35
- Mega Bloks 250-piece set — $20
Just don’t delay in buying any of these items you might be interested in. Walmart says these early deals are available “while supplies last.”
Walmart stores will be open all day on Thanksgiving, Nov. 23 — although the company advises checking with your local store for its holiday hours.
At 6 p.m. local time on Thanksgiving, Walmart stores will officially start Black Friday.
For the first time this year, Black Friday shoppers will find color-coded store departments. Walmart explains:
“Key departments — like electronics, toys, home, apparel and hardlines — will be color coded in the Black Friday event circular and on Walmart’s popular store maps, available on the Walmart app starting Nov. 14 and in stores on event night, making it visually easier for customers to navigate to the deals.”
For online shoppers, Black Friday starts at 12:01 a.m. ET on Thanksgiving morning.
Whether you plan to shop Walmart’s Black Friday sale in stores or online, you can check out the ad now to see every deal that will be offered during the event.
For more Black Friday news — including the sale timelines of other popular chains like Target and Sam’s Club — check out our 2017 holiday shopping season webpage.
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