Walmart Black Friday Deals in Toys and Electronics! - Check 'em out before you go!

I'm sure that by now you have heard that Walmart is going to have some amazing deals this Black Friday and to make things better they have even said that they will be price matching other stores Black Friday deals too, which makes them the place to be this Friday.  Here are some more details on what will be offered at Walmart on Black Friday.  Check them out and start writing your list so you are ready to go on Friday morning.

Walmart Announces this Season’s Biggest Savings with an All Night “Open House”
on Friday-After-Thanksgiving

Open House Savings Begin at Midnight with Deals on Toys, Apparel and Home Items Followed by
Must-Have Electronics Event Beginning at 5:00 a.m.

BENTONVILLE, Ark., Nov. 15, 2010 – Walmart (NYSE: WMT) announced today that most stores will open their doors at midnight* to welcome families who want to get an early start on Christmas shopping on the Friday after Thanksgiving and avoid standing in the cold waiting for stores to open. Starting at 12 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 26th*, shoppers can head to the Walmart Open House for big savings on popular toys, apparel and home goods. Then, beginning at 5 a.m., Walmart will kick off its electronics event, including incredible prices on HDTVs, laptops, gaming systems and cameras. Customers can find pricing updates by becoming a fan on Facebook at or by visiting starting tomorrow.

“New for this year, Walmart is inviting customers to come at midnight for great savings on items like toys, pajamas, denim and small kitchen appliances and then stay for incredibly low prices on hot electronics, like HDTVs, computers and video games at five a.m.,” said Stephen Quinn, executive vice president and chief marketing officer of Walmart U.S. “Giving families easier ways to save is important and offering great savings in our stores earlier this year – starting at midnight – is one way to make that happen.”

Walmart continues to work closely with electronics suppliers, in particular, to secure some of the strongest allocations of products that will be top-sellers among customers. This season’s holiday inventory is packed with some of the most sought after brands from pajamas and denim in apparel to HDTV’s, laptops and GPS devices in consumer electronics. Below is an example of the best savings of the season.

In-Store Electronics Savings Starting at 5:00 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 26 while supplies last:
  • 15.6’ HP Laptop – $298
  • Emerson 32" LCD HDTV – $198
  • Sansui 19" LCD HDTV – $98
  • Nintendo DS Lite (in multiple colors) – $89
  • 15.6” eMachines Laptop – $198
  • Kodak C183 Digital Camera (14 megapixels) – $59
  • Tom Tom GPS XL 335 SE 4.3" GPS – $79
  • Magnavox Wi-Fi Blu-Ray Player with $10 free VUDU movie credits – $69

In-Store Savings on Toys, Home and Apparel Starting at Midnight* on Friday, Nov 26 while supplies last:
·         Nintendo Wii – $199 with $50 Walmart Gift Card **
·         Toy Story 3 DVD – $10 **  
  • Zhu Zhu Pets – $4
  • Hamilton Beach Slow Cooker, 5-qt Oval – $9.97
  • 500 Thread Count Sheets from Beautyrest – Full, Queen, King – $19.88
  • Shark Steam Mop – $36
  • Wrangler Jeans – $9
  • Infant and Toddler 2-piece Character Sleepwear Sets – $4
  • Lego Tubs – $15
  • Power Wheels – $88 
  • Bikes – starting at $29

More Ways to Save Online and In Store will once again offer online-only specials on Thanksgiving Day, and Walmart stores will feature a Saturday in-store electronics savings event on Nov. 27.



mrssquigg said…
Yep, I went and this is what I got:
1- for my daughter: Sansui 19" LCD HDTV – $98
2- for my Mom: Shark Steam Mop – $36
3- for my hubby: 3 prs. Wrangler Jeans – $9
4- for my 2 young boys: Infant and Toddler2-piece Character Sleepwear Sets – $4

But it didn't stop there, oh no, there were so many other deals that weren't advertised. I only intended to spend about $150 and ended up spending $416!! And I really wanted more but it's enough to make their Christmas great.