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Walmart Black Friday ad is posted!

Posted November 12, 2014


As I posted last week, many stores are releasing their Black Friday ads early so you can see the deals they have planned for you! The Walmart Black Friday ad was just posted today and they have a tiered event again this year.

Black Friday Walmart event times:

According to the ad posted on Walmart will be offering 3 levels of Black Friday sales:

1st round of sales starts at 6 pm on Thanksgiving Day

2nd round of sales starts at 8 pm on Thanksgiving Day

3rd round of sales starts at 6 am on Black Friday


1-Hour Guarantee

Some of the hot doorbuster deals from the 1st round of sales have a 1-hour in-stock guarantee. If they run out between 6 pm and 7 pm, you can still buy the item and then they guarantee it will be shipped to the store by Christmas.


Hot deals from the ad:

* 50" LED HDTV, 1080p 60Hz,  $218.00  (brands vary by store)

* Vizio 65" Smart LED HDTV, 1080p 120Hz, $648.00

* Select DVD's for $1.96 - $3.96 each

* Kids character sleepwear, $4.50

* HP Laptop, $159

You can see the actual ad and more details about the guarantee at

You can also get a sneak peek at a number of other Black Friday ads for additional stores including Kohl's, True Value, Sears, JC Penney, CVS, Rite Aid, Dollar General, Gander Mountain, Big Lots, Office Depot, Costco and more! Head to or for all the ads.

Are you planning to hit Walmart for Black Friday sales?


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  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Nov 12, 2014

    Macy's ad was just posted here: Shack ad posted here:

  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Nov 12, 2014

    brings - I have shopped online many times during the Black Friday weekend and the start times vary. Some online stores start sales Thursday morning, some Thursday evening and some on Friday. The online sales usually do not include most of the popular doorbusters in stores. Many of the store websites will indicate when their Black Friday sales start prior to the big day. Sites like will also list online sales as well.

  • Progressiveredneck Nov 12, 2014

    They look more like Thanksgiving Holiday Specials to me rather than Black Friday deals. You have to be a sad human to shop on Thanksgiving. To those who say the employees are getting paid overtime, you are incorrect. They do ask for volunteers, but rarely get any, and so you either work, or get disciplined or fired. As far as overtime pay? Nope. Your hours are reduced by 8 hours during the week to compensate for the holiday pay.

  • brings Nov 12, 2014

    Has anyone shopped online for black Friday sales in the past? If so what time are the sales usually posted online?