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Walmart's Black Friday Arrives Way Early

By - Source: Tom's Guide US | B 12 comments

Instead of bum-rushing your local Walmart on Black Friday, you can nab some of the retailer's biggest holiday deals online in just a few days. Starting Nov. 1, you'll be able to save big on popular tech gifts such as gaming consoles, laptops and HDTVs, with a second wave of online-exclusive savings to follow on Nov. 3. Walmart promises additional deals to roll out all month long.

As soon as the month kicks off, you'll be able to nab a Samsung 46-inch HDTV for $528 (down from $578) and a Dell Inspiron Touch 15.6-inch for $80 off at $480. If you or your loved one are in the market for an Xbox One, you can pick one up for a discounted $350 on Nov 1., a day before the price cut becomes universal across all retailers throughout the holidays. In addition to these in-store and online deals, you'll be able to pick up a Sceptre 50-inch LED HDTV for $350 (down from $380).

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Even more online-only deals kick off on Nov. 3, including a 48-inch Sony LED HDTV for $350 (down from $450). Nintendo's 2DS handheld console will drop to its lowest-ever price of $80 (originally $130), making it easier than ever to access Nintendo's rich library of 3DS games.

Even if you're the type to do your holiday shopping on Dec. 24, there are some notable deals in Walmart's pre-emptive Cyber Monday, including the discounted Sony TV and early access to Microsoft's Xbox One deal. More savings are surely on the way when the actual Cyber Monday and Black Friday draw closer, so stay tuned.

Mike Andronico is an Associate Editor at Tom's Guide. His wallet is ready. Follow Mike @MikeAndronico and on Google+. Follow us @TomsGuide, on Facebook and on Google+

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    JOSHSKORN , November 22, 2013 2:33 PM
    It's a shame Verizon makes you pay full price for a phone, now to keep your unlimited data plan. I would've upgraded my phone to a Note 3 on Black Friday or Cyber Monday.
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    fkr , November 22, 2013 6:53 PM
    you and me both josh.
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    angelachristine , November 23, 2013 5:10 AM
    I already have a decent phone with straight talk but I'm just buying the $29 phone to have something in case my phone craps out. You're right though I don't think it would be great for long term use. I'm going to be there any way so i don't care to be in line if it a guaranteed thing.
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    karenb , November 23, 2013 6:22 AM
    Thanks so much for this! Very helpful.
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    gotti098 , November 23, 2013 10:20 AM
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    fightingslu , November 24, 2013 3:07 AM

    Saves you more than a hundred bucks on Office.
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    Sweden78 , November 24, 2013 4:41 AM
    @ gotti098, it doesn't show if word is included but usually with a price range this low it would only be a 30 day trial version and then you would have to pay for full version, but did you know that there are microsoft alternatives out there that you can google to see which fits best for you that you can download for free. Try Libre Office or Open Office! Both have more than just word applications; they come with power point alternatives, drawing, microsoft excel alt., database application as well as math application. They are free (open source) full microsoft office suite alternatives that work just as well. If you are in for the Ribbon setup of microsoft, you would probably want to stick with MS. Hope this answers your question and may God bless everyone's Thanksgiving!
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    Reginasm11 , November 24, 2013 7:19 PM
    Any thoughts on the Vizio tablets? There is an 8 inch going for $89 right now that I am thinking about for my parents... Beginners to a tablet to say the least.
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    davedav3 , November 25, 2013 2:32 PM
    $99 Moto X on Republic Wireless? Am I missing something or do you know something I don't know -- o_O?
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    TheArcSide , November 25, 2013 2:56 PM
    I believe the $99 MotoX was a misprint, it should say DefyXT..or $299, No contract..
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    TheArcSide , November 25, 2013 2:59 PM
    If you cant quote your source, you are causing an unnecessary headache.
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    kapitalistas , October 31, 2014 12:38 PM
    i read thumbs up first
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