Walmart’s Black Friday ad has been released for 2012, and, as always, the brick and mortar outlet is focused on deep savings.
Just as it did last year, Walmart has chosen to start its sales on Thanksgiving Day rather than the traditional day after.
The company’s best deals are surrounded by TV, gaming consoles, toys, and home appliances, all of which will hit the shelves with deep discounts. Last year, Walmart waited until 10 pm to roll out its Black Friday ads; however, other retail locations chose earlier times which likely led to this years 8 pm starting sales time.
Not all Walmart Black Friday ad prices will go into effect at the same time. Here is the list of items as they will be made available:
8 pm on Thanksgiving:
This time release will feature various toys, games, and home good including the Xbox 360 4GB with SkyLanders bundle for $149 and Nintendo’s Wii console for $89.
On the food side, a 6-quart crock pot will run just $9.44 while a Mr. Coffee programmable 12-cup coffee maker will cost the same.
As the company did last year, it will also feature select DVD and Blu-ray movies for $1.96 to $9.96 each and video games for $10 to $25 each. Other items will also be available at this time.
10 pm on Thanksgiving:
Starting at 10 pm on on Thanksgiving day, Walmart will then roll out a Samsung 43-inch, 720p plasma HDTV for $378 alongside an HP 15.6 -inch laptop with 4GB and 320GB hard drive for $279. Audiophiles will specifically appreciate the Beats by Dre headphones that will sell for just $179.95. Walmart will also offer a Samsung Smart ST195 digital camera for $99.
10 pm to 11 pm on Thanksgiving:
If you can make it to Walmart between 10 pm and 11 pm, you can also grab an Apple iPad2 16GB with Wi-Fi for $399, and it comes equipped with a $75 Walmart gift card. Walmart will also add another TV into the mix with the Emerson®32″ 720p LCD TV for $148 and LG Blu-ray Player for $38.
5 am Black Friday
Those are the most exciting of Walmart’s deals; however, the company will also offer home goods, jewelry, tire, and furniture sales starting at 5 am on Friday morning.
Are you ready for Walmart Black Friday madness?