These deals won’t last long, but that’s par for the course on Black Friday, right? Walmart just dropped its Black Friday ad, one of the last major retailers to do so, and it is without a doubt the highest anticipated ad of the shopping season.
If you’re craving lines and mayhem after you eat that second slice of pumpkin pie (we’re not judging), Walmart has got you covered. But don’t think you can wait until Black Friday, because these major deals will probably sell before the last Thanksgiving dish is clean.
Okay, get your wallet ready and your shopping pants on, because Walmart really is bringing it this year with the sales.
Their Black Friday preview ad is a staggering 37 pages, but if you don’t want to sift through all of this, we can give you an overview of the best deals.
In tech, you can snag a 50” 4K Roku Smart TV for just $148. Not big enough? A Phillips 65” 4K Android Smart TV is just $278. Looking for an apartment or bedroom size? For just $98 you can call a 40” 1080p Roku Smart TV your own.
The Apple Watch Series 3 is going to be just $129, normally $199. And pretty standard across the board from several retails is a PS4 1TB Bundle that includes The Last of Us Remastered physical game, and digital downloads of Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition and God of War for just $199.
You can snag an HP Gaming Laptop for just $499, or a 27” curved gaming monitor for $178.
Each store will be offering hot cocoa and snacks starting at 4 pm on Thanksgiving Day, and color-coded maps of the stores will be offered so you can bee-line straight for the sales you really want.
There are fewer days between Thanksgiving and Christmas than usual, which has retailers scrambling to hit sales goals and make as much money as possible during this season. Walmart has already started “Early Day Drops” on their site, and their “Pre-Black Friday Sale” is going to start at midnight on November 22 to really get you in the mood to spend.
Physical stores are set to open at 6 pm Thanksgiving day, and online Black Friday deals will go live at 10 pm ET Wednesday, November 27. Is it really Black Friday if you’re shopping on a Wednesday?
You can check out the full ad here from Walmart’s site to determine if it’s worth skipping out on post-family festivities to snag a great deal.