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By Martha C. White
Updated: October 24, 2019 1:47 PM ET | Originally published: November 21, 2018
Shoppers wait in line at Walmart on Black Friday.
Shoppers wait in line at Walmart on Black Friday.
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[NOTE: This story was published in 2018. You can see a new story on Walmart’s Black Friday deals here.]

Since Walmart released its giant 37-page Black Friday deals ad, we’ve been poring over it to find the deepest discounts — and we’re impressed. The nation’s largest retailer is competing fiercely against the Amazon Black Friday juggernaut, and there are major deals on Thanksgiving week and Black Friday itself in all categories.

In most cases, you can buy online or in-store and get the same Black Friday deals, and there are especially low prices on name brand electronics, toys and gaming consoles, home goods (yes, including the Instant Pot!) and more.

Walmart kicks off Black Friday in stores at 6 p.m. Thanksgiving night. But online shoppers can get an early jump on things: Many Walmart deals go live starting at 10 p.m. ET on Wednesday night, Nov. 21, and some sale prices are available even earlier, so you can shop long before the turkey has even been carved. Here are the best Walmart Black Friday deals you’ll find.

Walmart’s Best Deals on TVs and Audio

Hisense 40" 1080p TV: $99

Courtesy of Walmart

Samsung 55" 4K Smart TV: $398

Courtesy of Walmart

VIZIO 60" 4K Smart TV: $498

Courtesy of Walmart

LG 37" 2.1 300W Sound Bar: $99

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Samsung 38" 4.1 200W Sound Bar: $169

Courtesy of Walmart

Black Friday Deals on Electronics and Wearables

Google Home Mini: $25

Courtesy of Walmart

Apple iPad, 6th generation, Wi-Fi enabled, 32GB: $249

Courtesy of Walmart

Fitbit Versa: $149

Courtesy of Walmart

Bose SoundSport Wireless Headphones: $99

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Beats Wireless In-Ear Earphones: $75

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Toys and Gaming Deals on Black Friday

L.O.L. Surprise! OOTD: $29.88

Courtesy of Walmart

PAW Patrol Sea Patroller: $30.00

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Hot Wheels Ultimate Garage: $75.00

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Xbox One X 1TB Console: $399

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Sony PS4 1TB Slim Spider-Man Bundle: $199

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Sony PlayStation VR Astro Bot Bundle: $199

Nintendo Switch with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe: $299

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Walmart Black Friday Deals on Home and Appliances

Instant Pot LUX80, eight-quart, six-in-one multicooker: $59

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Farberware 6‑Quart XL Air Fryer: $59

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Shark Navigator Lift-Away Pet vacuum cleaner: $88

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Dyson V6 Origin Cordless vacuum cleaner: $159

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Shark Ion RV700 Vacuum: $179

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Six Gallon Stainless Steel Shop Vac: $29

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Infrared Quartz Electric Space Heater: $39

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