Walmart heart-lifting Black Friday 2016 ad, deals / Walmart doorbusters, tv deals like TLC ROKU tv, Huge savings


Walmart is opening the store for Black Friday 2016 deals at 6:00 PM ET on Thanksgiving, 24th November. Online shoppers can take advantage of shopping all on Walmart website on Thanksgiving. Walmart this year has also launched pre-black Friday sales that are live now leading up to the Black Friday. When the store opens you will find ton of hot-selling deals including Android tablet from RCA 7″ is sold for $28.88! A 40″ HDTV at $149, and a TCL Roku TV 32-in will cost just $125. There are lot more deals that can make your Black Friday shopping worthy!

Compare to last year, Walmart has announced a 50% increase in selling inventories, which means many more great deals at lowest price. Also, customers shopping in-store can locate nearest Walmart store using Store Map and hit early to receive a wristband that some stores must be offering. Make sure you download Walmart App to receive early access to Black Friday deals, all items purchased at App will be shipped at home.

This year, it’s time for Kids and parents both to rejoice as there are great discounts on toys and clothing for children of all ages. Shop for Imaginext Ultra Ice Dino and save $29 on regular price of $79 that make it to $50 only. If you child loves play-doh then Walmart has reduced the price of Play-Doh Fun Factory Mega Set to $10. Play Food Ultimate Playset 56-pc is a great way to cook and play along with your child, offered at $10. Teddy bears are every child’s best friend; so buy one Giant Plush Bear 55-in now only for $20 from Walmart.

Other interesting deals from Walmart Black Friday 2016:

  • Character Table & Chairs Set (Frozen) (Mickey Mouse) (Finding Dory) (Paw Patrol) and more at $20 each.
  • $22 for Cosco Monster Blue/pink Walker
  • $4.75 for Character Sleepwear Set of 2 for boys and girls
  • $4.75 for Kids Healthtex 2-pc. Fleece Sleapwear Set (Assorted)
  • $5 for Fisher-Price Toys (Assorted)
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.