Check out our other Black Friday guides for Amazon, Best Buy and Target to make sure you don't miss the best deals.
Thanksgiving has come an gone this year with a questionable degree of significance, and that can only mean one thing: Black Friday has risen like a consumer-driven phoenix from your turkey's smoldering ashes. The sales blitz is back again this year with unheard of deals at retailers everywhere, but nothing really come close to the circus happening at your local Walmart.
So without further ado, here's everything you need to know about Walmart's Black Friday deals frenzy, complete with information about what to buy, when to get there, and more.
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Before you jump into the deal-hunting void, make sure to check when Walmart is open, and when discount prices are actually valid. The super-retailer is splitting its Black Friday sale between its website and brick-and-mortar locations, in an attempt to spread the holiday bedlam far and wide. So stay informed as to best time to log on, as well as when to arm yourself with ample shopping armor and brave the crowds.
November 23: Black Friday sales begin on Walmart's website at midnight and start at physical stores at 6pm nationwide. November 24: Walmart will be open on Friday, but Black Friday deals are only available while supplies last. But hey, the company says it's "stocked with hundreds of deals and more availability... than ever before," so here's to hoping, even for the stragglers.
Disney/Pixar Cars 3 Ultimate Florida Speedway Track Set [$69.97]
Imaginext DC Super Friends Batman Batbot Xtreme [$83.99]
LEGO LEGO Classic LEGO® Medium Creative Brick Box [$27.99]
American Plastic Toys Deluxe Custom Kitchen with 22 Accessories [$35.00]
Disney Junior Doc McStuffins Baby All in One Nursery [$62.88]
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