Walmart Astounding Deals Black Friday 2016 Ad and Flyer: Doorbusters, Deals on Fruit Of The Loom Mens Sleep Pants, Vacuum Insulated Tumblers and Twill Shirt from Wrangler


Walmart Black Friday ads for 2016 are released and the store will remain open from 6:00 PM ET on Thanksgiving 24th November. Online customers can shop Black Friday deals starting from 12:00 AM ET on Thanksgiving.

There is a 50% increase in inventory for customers to find great varieties at discounted price. Some of the particular products are available to shop online-only such as large appliances and Televisions, however great deals are offered in-store also with lot of bonus!

Walmart this year is encouraging users to download Walmart app for free to avail exclusive discounts and early access to Black Friday deals. App users can buy Hitachi 65″ 4K Ultra HDTV at a discounted price $599, the Special Edition of Cricut Explore One Bluetooth Bundle for just $169.00 and a Bounce Pro 7′ Trampoline is available to shop at $79.00. You can download the Walmart app in Google Play Store or IOS APP Store and get going to shop more!

Men’s range of apparel are heavily discounted by Walmart, buy Russel Mens Hooded Tech Jacket (Assorted Colors) and Wrangler Mens Jeans (Assorted) both at $10 each (sizes small to double extra large is available). If you are looking to get smart wearing Twill shirt, then Walmart has discounted Twill Shirt from Wrangler at from $12.97 to $8.50. It’s also the best chance for men to buy Fruit Of The Loom Mens Sleep Pants (Assorted Designs) at $4.

Women looking to buy small kitchen appliances should take a look at the special buy $9.76 offer on varied appliances. Black & Decker Nonstick Griddle, Crock-Pot 5-qt. Slow Cooker, the very trendy Black & Decker 12-Cup Coffeemaker, and Farberware 1.5L Fryer for healthy cooking can all be purchased at $9.76. This winter stock up Contigo 16-oz. Vacuum Insulated Tumblers (4-pk.) and Pyrex Bake-n-Store 24-pc Set available to shop at $19!

Eduardo studied Pure Mathematics at De La Salle University. He is working at Asian Development Bank as consultant. He worked previously at The Nielsen Company and National Statistics, now Philippine Statistics. Aside from being the statistician of DWRI news, he also writes.