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By Martha C. White
Updated: November 29, 2019 11:25 AM ET | Originally published: October 24, 2019
Walmart during a Black Friday sale.
Walmart during a Black Friday sale.
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Walmart built its reputation on low prices — and it lives up to the hype every year with the rollout of the latest Black Friday deals. Last year at Walmart, Black Friday deals were strong in several categories, with big sales and major discounts on technology, media, toys, entertainment, kitchen appliances, and all manner of gifts.

The long-awaited Walmart Black Friday ad is up at walmart.com. So we know all the details about what the best Walmart Black Friday deals will be in 2019. Many of the “Black Friday” deals are available before Black Friday is actually here.

Walmart’s main Black Friday event online starts the day before Thanksgiving, with deals available (until they sell out) from 10 p.m. ET November 27; in-store deals and doorbusters will be available at 6 p.m. (local times) on Thanksgiving evening. Walmart and most other retailers don’t emphasize in-store doorbusters as much as they did five years or so ago, which means you can get nearly all of the Walmart Black Friday deals online.

But are you also wondering, when does Walmart Black Friday end? Don’t mark your calendar, because it’s basically until the inventory runs out. (Walmart’s Black Friday flier specifies that prices are good all day Friday, while supplies last.)

Walmart also just revealed some awesome pre-Black Friday deals you can shop right this minute, and even more online deals went live a full week before Black Friday as part of Walmart’s pre-Black Friday bonanza. (When is Black Friday? It’s always the day after Thanksgiving. So it’s Friday, November 29, in 2019.)

Here are the best Black Friday deals you can score at Walmart, including several bargains available at Black Friday pricing before the big sales event arrives.

Best Walmart Black Friday TV Deals

Philips 65" 4K Ultra HD Android Smart LED TV: $278 (list price: $499)

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Samsung 50" 4K UHD Smart TV With HDR: $278 (list price: $429.99)

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Vizio 65" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV: $398 (list price: $528)

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Samsung 43" 4K UHD Smart TV With HDR: $227.99 (list price: $499.99)

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JVC 55" 4K UHD HDR Smart Roku TV: $269 (list price: $399)

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RCA 50" 4K Ultra HD TV: $199.99 (list price: $379.99)

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TCL 32" HD Roku Smart TV: $118 (list price: $199.99)

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RCA 60-Inch Class 4K UHD 2160P HDR Roku Smart LED TV: $319 (was $499)

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Best Walmart Black Friday iPad and Tablet Deals

Apple iPad 7th Gen: $249 (was $329)

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Samsung Galaxy Tab A: $149 (was $219)

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Apple 10.5-inch iPad Pro Wi-Fi 512GB: $699 (was $999)

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Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7-Inch 8GB WiFi Tablet: $77.99 (was $127.99)

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Walmart Gaming and Laptop Deals

Walmart’s best Black Friday laptop deals of 2019 are extremely varied: You can get high-end gaming laptops, basic budget-priced Chromebooks and everything in between. There are also lots of markdowns on peripherals like printers, mice and connector cables. In other words, if you want any kind of Black Friday laptop deals, just head to Walmart.

PlayStation 4 1TB Bundle: $199 (was $249)

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Xbox One S 1TB All‑Digital Edition Console: $149 (was $249)

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Xbox One X 1TB Console Gears 5 Bundle: $349 (was $499)

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Xbox One S 1TB Star Wars Jedi Bundle: $199 (was $299)

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Nintendo Switch with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe: $299 (was $424.96)

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Samsung Chromebook 3: $99 (was $159)

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HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop: $499 (was $749)

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HP 14-Inch Celeron Laptop with Office 365 Personal One-Year Subscription: $149 (was $269)

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HP 15.6-Inch Pavilion Horizon Blue R5 Laptop: $399 (was $599)

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HP 15.6-Inch Chromebook Touch: $299 (was $469)

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Walmart Black Friday Home Goods Deals

While most retailers match prices on a particular model, Walmart’s Black Friday Instant Pot deals are usually a little different because Walmart sells the LUX line in addition to the DUO line sold by many other retailers. (For most users, there’s not really enough difference to worry about; the LUX has fewer bells and whistles but it’s also priced accordingly, so your call.) Last year, Walmart had the eight-quart LUX80 on sale for $59. (That’s still a good deal, since this model is currently on sale for $79, down from the regular price of $99.)

For Black Friday 2019, shoppers can score the DUO60 for a seriously discounted price, and snag Instant Pot’s brand-new air fryer and blender, too.

Another hugely popular home category is vacuums. Last year, Walmart offered discounts on Shark Navigator and Dyson Cordless stick vacuums, and Walmart Black Friday 2019 deals include some major price rollbacks on stick vacuums and robot vacuums, including a discount even better than last year’s on a Shark Ion robot vacuum.

Instant Pot 6-Quart DUO60 Multicooker: $49 (was $99.95)

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Instant Pot 6-Quart Vortex Air Fryer: $49 (was $99)

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Instant Pot Ace Cooking Blender: $49 (was $99)

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iRobot 670 Wi‑Fi Roomba Vacuum: $197 (was $244)

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Shark Ion 750 Wi‑Fi Robot Vacuum: $149 (was $229)

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Dyson V7 Motorhead Stick Vacuum: $179 (was $224)

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Shark DuoClean Lift-Away Speed Upright Vacuum NV770: $149 (was $239)

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George Foreman 9-Serving Classic Electric Indoor Grill: $19.99 (was $52)

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Instant Pot LUX60 Red Stainless Steel 6 Qt: $54.99 (was $99)

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Disney's Frozen 2 Kids Weighted Blanket: $34.97 (was $49.99)

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Farberware 32.-Quart Digital Oil-Less Fryer: $39 (was $69)

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Walmart Black Friday Electronics Deals

Second Generation Apple AirPods: $129 (was $159)

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Apple Watch Series 3 GPS: $129 (was $199)

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Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones Pop Colors Collection: $129 (was $199)

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Google Home Mini: $19 (was $25)

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Frozen 2 iTime Interactive Smart Kids Watch: $35 (was $65)

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Walmart Black Friday Toy Deals

LEGO Classic Creative Fun: $20 (was $39.99)

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$50 or more off kids' ride-on toys

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Barbie DreamCamper Adventure Camping Playset: $64.99 (was $109.99)

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LEGO Star Wars 2019 Advent Calendar: $24.99 (was $39.99)

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Fluxx FX3 Electric Hoverboard: $89 (was $199)

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Imaginext Jurassic World Jurassic Rex Escape: $49 (was $80)

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Bounce Pro 7-Foot Trampoline: $116 (was $235)

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More Details on Walmart Black Friday Deals

Walmart always gets into the holiday shopping game early: Last year, the Walmart Black Friday ad made its debut on November 8, and although the absolute best deals didn’t drop until the day before Thanksgiving, it offered some pre-Black Friday deals (starting as early as November 1) that were almost as good as the real thing, like a Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet for $50 off and a 16-inch convertible HP laptop for $170 off the list price.

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The “Black Friday” deals at Walmart actually started even earlier this year. In late October, Walmart launched its “Early Deals Drop”, with online pre-Black Friday sales on TVs, home goods, toys, and a wide range of other gifts. Among the early Black Friday deals at Walmart.com that got us excited are:

23andMe DNA Test (with Lab Fee Included): $99 (was $199)

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Sceptre 43-Inch Class FHD LED TV: $140 (was $348)

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Walmart shoppers can expect more deals to pop up weekly (or daily) through Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the rest of the holiday period. Stay tuned and we’ll fill you in on all the breaking sale news.

Best Walmart Black Friday Electronics Deals

For Walmart, Black Friday is a time to drop prices on big name brands in electronics of all sorts. There are a ton of markdowns on video game console bundles and accessories like controllers and headsets. Also, shoppers can get a sneak peek of the best Walmart Black Friday deals on wearables, audio equipment and other tech toys.

Smart home device deals also are popular again. Since Amazon’s Black Friday deals are sure to heavily promote its Echo line of smart speakers again this year, it’s not surprising to see deals on rival devices in 2019.

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