Attention all thrifty shoppers: Black Friday 2018 sales are starting early this year. Amazon just went live with its pre-Black Friday deals, and now Walmart is following suit with a holiday sales event of its own ahead of both the actual Black Friday event on Nov. 23 and Cyber Monday on Nov. 26 — meaning you can beat the rush and shop steep discounts on everything from high definition TVs to best-selling small kitchen appliances and even diamond earrings, right now.
We want to make sure you don’t miss out on snagging the best Black Friday deals from Walmart, so we’ve come up with a helpful guide on everything you need to know about the major shopping event, like when Black Friday deals will begin, where you can shop them, and what kinds of products will be on sale.
Walmart Black Friday Deals 2018: What to Expect
This year, Walmart's Black Friday shopping event will begin online Wednesday, Nov. 21 at 10 p.m. ET. If you want an idea of how good the deals can get, take a look at last year's Black Friday sale, which saw steep discounts on popular electronics, such as an Element 39-inch class smart TV for just $125 and $100 off a PlayStation 4 1TB Console.
This year, we’re expecting to see major deals on electronics, too, as well as discounts in departments such as home, toys, and clothing. But lucky for us, Walmart is kicking off the biggest shopping event of the year early with its early Black Friday sales event.
Early Walmart Black Friday Deals
Walmart’s Dashing through the Deals event has already gone live ahead of the actual Black Friday sales event, meaning you can get started snagging those deals early and enjoy savings all month long. Plus, new holiday discounts will be added to the page daily, so make sure to bookmark the deals page and check back regularly.
The Best Walmart Buys for Travelers
We already had a look at the just-released Walmart Black Friday 2018 ad (couldn’t help it) and found some add-to-cart-worthy deals any traveler would love. Here are our picks for the best deals for travelers Walmart's Black Friday sales event.