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The 2015 Wal-Mart Black Friday ad is here! We’ve flipped through all 32 pages of this year’s ad to help you find the best deals. Check out the highlights below.
Wal-Mart Black Friday 2015
Once again, Wal-Mart is rolling back its prices for the doorbuster of the year, starting at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving. It won’t be a surprise when hundreds line up outside their local Wal-Mart to score some of the season’s biggest savings. In 2015, it’s time for the 1-Hour Guarantee again, meaning that even if supplies run out, Wal-Mart shoppers who wait in a designated line are guaranteed their product before Christmas. This applies only to purchases made from 6 to 7 p.m. on Thanksgiving.
Here are some of the highlights of Wal-Mart Black Friday sale on electronics:
- $59 for a Fitbit Flex wristband
- $149 for a 40-inch 1080p LED TV
- $198 for a Samsung 32-inch smart TV
- $19 for a Philips ShoqBox mini portable speaker
- $229 for a 5-inch Galaxy 5 phone (regularly $479)
- $54 for Skullcandy headphones
- $25 for a Roku special-edition streaming media player
- $28.88 for an RCA 7-inch Voyager II Android tablet
Wal-Mart knows it’s the time of year for entertaining at home, so it will put major discounts on kitchen appliances that will make shoppers smile. There are big savings to be sucked up on vacuums, too:
- $9.72 for an array of kitchen appliances, such as an Aroma rice cooker, Oster blender or Faberware deep fryer
- Ninja blending system for $79
- Rachel Ray 17-piece cookware set for $97
- Dyson DC33 bagless upright vacuum for $197 (regularly $269)
For parents looking for small stocking stuffers or those Santa gifts like bicycles and kid-size ride-on cars, Wal-Mart is a good place to go. The Nick Jr. Kids Android tablet is slashed from $139 to $79 and the PlayStation 4 will be discounted to $299. Kids character pajamas are only $4.75 and most dolls and action figures are majorly discounted. Here are some other sales that will make you go gimme gimme:
- $99 for a Disney “Frozen” Elsa ice palace and $15 for Elsa and Anna dolls
- $154 for a 14-foot trampoline with enclosure
- $5 for select Fisher-Price toys
- $10 for Play-Doh and and Sharpie sets
Don’t want to wait in the cold at the store or forgo your Thanksgiving meal? Online discounts apply all day on Nov. 26, starting at midnight Pacific time, to Wal-Mart Black Friday merchandise.
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Wal-Mart Black Friday Deals from 2014
In 2014,Wal-Mart released an impressive 40-page ad that included deals on everything from electronics to home furnishings.
The sale, which was broken up into three rounds, kicked off on Thanksgiving Day and extended through Black Friday.
Round 1, which began at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving, boasted one-hour guarantees on certain items like LED HDTVs and iPad Minis. The second round, which began two hours later, also focused on electronics and offered savings on Fitbits and Intel laptops. The next day’s third round, which kicked off at 6 a.m. on Black Friday, not only included electronics but also extended to toys, home furnishings and more.
Here’s a look back at some of the best deals:
- Vizio 65-inch LED 1080p TV for $648 ($350 discount)
- 16GB iPad Mini for $199 ($40 discount)
- Turtle Beach universal headset for PlayStation or Xbox for $44.96 ($55 discount)
- Dyson DC33 Multi-Floor Bagless Upright vacuum for $199 ($150 discount)
Another feature included within the ad was a store map enabling customers to note where one-hour guarantee items were stocked as well as other products on their list.
For more details about the 2014 Wal-Mart Black Friday sale, take a look at our analysis of last year’s ad here.