There are just over two weeks to go until the annual Black Friday sales bonanza begins, tempting shoppers with all manner of discounts and deals galore. Walmart's stores start to sell the advertised Black Friday 2018 deals on Thanksgiving Day at 6 pm local time.
Walmart (WMT) will kick off its Black Friday shopping holiday earlier than ever.
"Some of the deals Walmart is already touting include the 65" Class 4K Roku (ROKU) Smart TV for $398 and the Hisense 40" Class 1080p TV for $99.
We've collected our favorite Walmart Black Friday deals, and you can see a more complete list by clicking through the slideshow below.
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The company has also released its Black Friday event circular on its website and app, so be sure to check it out and plan for the big event.
Earlier this month, Walmart announced it would station cashiers throughout the stores who will be able to check out shoppers without them having to stand in line.
For shoppers arriving at stores between 4 and 6 p.m., Walmart will hand out 4 million cups of coffee from Keurig (KDP) and 2 million Christmas cookies from its bakery. Oh, and Walmart's bitter opponent to the USA and global retail crowns has nothing in the pipeline for iPhone XR shoppers/bargain hunters. The Black Friday deals will begin on Walmart.com earlier than ever this year-at 10 p.m. ET on November 21. Then doors reopen at 7 a.m. on Friday, November 23.
Some of the top deals include more than 15 televisions under $300, including a 55-inch TV for $199.99 (regular price $379.99).