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Walmart Just Announced Its Highly-Anticipated Black Friday Deals

Happy Black Friday! The day after Thanksgiving isn't upon us just yet, but if you visit one of Walmart's 5,000+ locations or its online store, you'll find Black Friday deals galore. That's because America's largest retail chain is starting off its mega sales event super early this year.

After a successful 2020 shopping event in which big savings stretched throughout the month of November, Walmart again opted to launch its Black Friday deals this year long before any leftover turkey even hits the microwave. This year, the first event began on Nov. 3, and a second event starts on Nov. 10. Shoppers should set an alarm for 7 p.m. (unless you are a Walmart+ member, in which the deals start at 3 p.m.).

Related: 6 Changes Walmart Is Making For the Holiday Season

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This set of deals includes electronic and household gadget sales like $80 off a Samsung Galaxy Tablet, $211 off a Shark Robot Vacuum, or $10 22-ounce Yankee Candle jars. Also look out for reductions in prices to kitchen appliances, such as $40 off a Gourmia Air Fryer Toaster Oven, $117 for a 22-inch Blackstone Adventure Ready Griddle, $79 for a Thyme & Table 28-piece Cook & Prep Set, or $30 for the latter brand's 20-piece baking set. Additional deals in bedding, clothing, and more categories can be found on

This savings event will be the last until the official Black Friday sale kicks off the day after Thanksgiving. Details are scant, but we should no more soon . . .

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