Black Friday is a big deal, and with many families feeling pressure this holiday season, they want to get in on the deals.
Families worry about Christmas shopping as supplies remain stuck out to sea, and getting it done well before the day may be a better idea.
Walmart Black Friday
Walmart is hosting three separate sales events for its Black Friday.
First, beginning Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. sales will begin online.
Then they’ll begin in-store at 5 a.m. on Nov. 5.
Walmart will sell a 55-inch TCL 4K Roku TV for only $228 during their first sale.
The second event is online Nov. 10 and in-store Nov. 12, and one item will be the Shark EZ Robot Vacuum being sold for $288.
The third sale event is Walmart+ members getting early access to both of these sales before they begin for the general public.
You can get a Walmart+ membership for $12.95 per month or $98 per year.
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Best Buy Black Friday
Best Buy’s first event will be Tuesday, Oct. 19 through Friday, Oct. 22.
Items up for grabs include Beats Studio 3 headphones for $169 and Chromebooks for $99.
Anyone making Black Friday purchases that is a member of My Best Buy and Totaltech will get the “Black Friday Price Guarantee” and gets a refund if prices are found to be lower anywhere else.
The Black Friday sale will start Nov. 19.
On Thanksgiving Day, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart will be closed.
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