The “Black Friday Deal for Days” promotion offers several independent shopping opportunities for online and in-store customers.
According to Walmart, this year’s Black Friday event aims to provide customers with a “safe and easy shopping experience” by distributing transactions across three different shopping periods, rather than focusing on a single date. It is said. Retailers also hosted a similar “Black Friday Deal for Days” event ahead of the 2020 holiday season in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The first sale will start at 20:15. It will end on October 18th (Monday) as soon as the stock runs out. Some products include a $ 69 Ninja 4QT Air Flyer, a $ 298 55-inch TCL Smart 4K UHD TV, and a $ 20 442-piece Lego set.
Walmart provides Walmart subscribers with early access to this year’s transactions, so they can start shopping four hours earlier than anyone else.
Other opportunities are:
- Event 1 begins at Walmart.com on Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. (Walmart+ subscribers can sign on as of 3 p.m.) and continues in-store on Nov. 5 at 5 a.m. Select deals include a 55-inch TCL 4K Roku TV for $228, a Keurig K-Compact for $35, and $20 off Goodyear tires during Walmart’s tire-savings event, among other offers.
- Event 2 commences Nov. 10 at 7 p.m. for online shoppers (3 p.m. for Walmart+ members) and continues in-store on Nov. 12 at 5 a.m. Deals include an HP laptop for $279, a Shark EZ Robot Vacuum for $288, and Apple AirPods for $89.
- The dates and deals for Event 3 have yet to be announced, but Walmart claims it will wrap up its “Black Friday Deals for Days Event” with its “biggest, best savings of the season.”
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Walmart isn’t the only major retailer spacing out its Black Friday deals. Shops and marketplaces had been moving their Black Friday events earlier and earlier even before the pandemic, and now retailers including Amazon, Target, and Best Buy, among others, are offering Black Friday deals a whole month before Thanksgiving.
Most of these deals are coming just in time, too. The Better Business Bureau is advising shoppers to buy their holiday gifts early because of a microchip shortage that could make it difficult (or just more expensive) to buy computers, tablets, phones, or even electronic toys.
“If you find it, grab it right now,” Leslie Blackwell, the director of public affairs at BBB serving central Virginia, told WRIC.