Walmart, Target, Best Buy, Amazon Black Friday 2015 Hot Sales Start Thanksgiving: Hours & Deals From TV To Xbox

From Walmart to Target and beyond, Black Friday 2015 just might rank for some shoppers in the same order as Christmas for many little kids: It’s the best day of the year. When it comes to the most popular sales and hottest deals, Walmart often wins. Consequently, in 2015, Walmart is doing its best to outdo any competition with its Black Friday sales, reports Tech Times.

Walmart stores will push open the doors on Thanksgiving Day at 6 p.m., and many of the deals they’re offering in brick-and-mortar locations can also be purchased online. Items to look for include a savings of more than 50 percent on a 32-inch 720p Roku TV by TCL. It’s priced at $125 on the sales list, compared to $279 for the regular price.

Longing for a Windows 10 laptop? Walmart has priced one at $199 for Black Friday, and that’s the HP 15-inch laptop, complete with 4 GB of RAM, 500 GB of storage space and quad-core AMD processor. If a tablet is your preference, consider the RCA seven-inch Voyager 2 Android slate. It’s priced at just $28.88 and includes a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor and microSD expansion slot.

Shoppers flock for Black Friday sales. Shoppers flock for Black Friday sales. [Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images]If you’ve targeted Target for your Black Friday shopping, you can anticipate similar deals in 2015 when compared to last year, according to the Christian Science Monitor.

The Xbox One Bundle with Gears of Wars plus a $60 gift card is priced at $299.99. How does Target’s TV sale compare to Walmart’s Black Friday deal? You can pay just $249.99 for a 55-in. Westinghouse 1080p LED TV. However, you won’t want to delay in trying to get that deal on the TV, which is a doorbuster available in limited quantities.

Tablet shoppers can shell out $39.99 for an RCA 8″ Android Tablet, while an Apple Watch plus a $100 Gift Card starts at $349. Prefer an iPad? Including an $80 gift card, the iPad mini 2 starts at $269 at Target.

Got a Disney doll lover or a chef on your gift list? Wave your wallet wand at the $39.99 Disney 7-pk Fashion Princess Dolls, normally $79.99. Home cooks will cheer (and maybe bake you something as thanks) for the Farberware 20-pc. Cookware Set, which you can pick up at $49.99.

As for hours? Target will open 6 p.m.on Thanksgiving Day, according to Best Buy is set to push open its doors at 5 p.m. on turkey day, while Macy’s is scheduled to open at 6 p.m.

When it comes to Best Buy, Black Friday 2015 sales abound, according to

Crowds wrap around Best Buy waiting for the Black Friday sales: Find out what they've got! Crowds wrap around Best Buy waiting for the Black Friday sales: Find out what they’ve got! [Photo by Craig Lassig/Getty Images for Best Buy]The Dell Inspiron 15.6 inch touch-screen laptop is selling for $299.99, and has Intel Core i3 8 GB memory. For a smaller size but even lower price, consider the Toshiba 49-inch class 48.5 inch LED HDTV at $149, which is available only in Best Buy stores and not online.

If you’ve been looking for an Amazon Fire 7 inch tablet for yourself or a holiday gift, Best Buy is offering it at $34.99. Seeking a steal of a deal on a printer? You can get the HP DeskJet 2545 Wireless All-In-One Printer for $19.99.

Compare the Best Buy price for the Microsoft Xbox One Gears of War bundle at $299.99 to other stores, or if you’ve been scanning Apple Watch ads, you can get it for a $100 discount. Plus, through January 2, the regular $35 minimum to get free shipping has been waived at Best Buy, so choose what you like and get it shipped at no cost.

If you feel that Amazon is awesome, get ready for Black Friday the Amazon way, reports Investor Place. For those who don’t want to wait for Black Friday, they are offering a pre-Friday deal that can whet the shopping appetite.

Kindle e-readers will cost $49.99 beginning November 22. But, wait until Thanksgiving Day if you’re looking for a Fire TV Stick video streamer, when it gets slashed to $24.99. Both deals are almost 40 percent off. Beginning November 26, Fire tablets will be priced at $34.99.

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