Walmart Black Friday Deals: Latest Ad Leaks Confirm Privilege Wristbands And Some Surprises/Benefits For Mobile App Users, Including PS4 Slim, Xbox One S, 4K HDTVs, And More

Walmart’s Black Friday ad has leaked for 2016, so it’s time to plan ahead if you want to beat the crowds and grab the best deals for Christmas.

BFAds just posted 32 pages of deals, leaks, and special offers. The main event starts on November 24 at 6 p.m. local time in-store and online with doorbusters and many other time-sensitive items, while the majority of Walmart Black Friday ad items will be available to purchase online or via Walmart app at 12:01 a.m. Thanksgiving morning. Walmart is bringing back wristbands, which guarantee specific doorbuster items to shoppers in line. Additionally, they’re bringing back interactive store maps for in-store shoppers.

Also, Walmart’s annual wireless phone event can make appointments while at the store on Thursday night beginning at 6 p.m. Walmart’s wireless offer includes a $250 Walmart gift card and zero down when qualified customers purchase a Samsung or Apple phone and sign up for an installment plan with AT&T Next or Verizon Device Payment. Phone activations will begin at 9 p.m. on November 24.

Below are some of the highlights for this year’s Black Friday Walmart ad.

  • Phillips 55-inch Smart 4KTV for $298 (special buy)
  • Samsung 50-inch Smart 4KTV for $398 ($230 off)
  • Vizio 60-inch HDTV for $398 (special buy)
  • 40-inch HDTV for $125 (special buy)
  • 50-inch HDTV for $225 (special buy)
  • PlayStation 4 Slim Uncharted 4 500GB bundle for $249 ($50 off) plus a $30 gift card
  • Xbox One S White 500GB Battlefield bundle for $249 ($50 off)
  • 90 video games starting at eight dollars
  • Hatchimals for $48.88
  • Disney Princess Cinderella Royal Dreams Dollhouse with Furniture for $88 ($61 off)
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles RC Mikey for $39 (a Walmart exclusive at a $10 off)
  • Razor Hovertrax 2.0 Hoverboard for $273 ($125 off)
  • DJI Drone Phantom Standard 3 for $369 ($130 off)
  • Promark 3D Virtual Reality HD Drone for $99 (a Walmart exclusive at a $49 off)
  • Samsung Chromebook 3 for $119 (special buy)
  • HP 15.6-inch touch laptop for $249 (special buy)
  • iPad Mini 2 32GB for $199 ($70 off)
  • Nest Third Generation Learning Thermostat for $199 ($50 off)
  • Nest Cam for $149 ($50 off)
  • Fitbit Charge 2 for $129 ($20 off)
  • Fitbit Alta for $99 ($30 off)
  • Fitbit Flex 2 for $69 ($30 off)

Walmart is offering Walmart app users select Black Friday 2016 Deals Available Now. These items will be ordered through the app and shipped to the customer’s home. The following is a list of specific offers.

  • Hitachi 65-inch 4K Ultra HDTV for $599 ($400 off)
  • Xbox One S 500GB Minecraft Console with bonus controller for $279 ($20 off)
  • Acer 15.6-inch Core i5 laptop for $299 ($150 off)
  • Cricut Explore One Special Edition Bluetooth bundle for $169 (special buy)
  • One Carat T.W. Diamond Sterling Silver Pendant and Earrings for $139 ($361 off)
  • RCA 11.5-inch 32GB Quad-Core two in one tablet with keyboard for $98 (special buy)
  • Bounce Pro seven-foot trampoline for $79 (special buy)
  • Lifetime 44-inch portable basketball hoop for $69 (special buy)

Although Walmart is open all day on Thanksgiving, store associates serving customers will be served dinner and receive a 25 percent discount on goods. This is a definite improvement over previous years when employees were forced to cancel Thanksgiving dinner with their families. The holiday conditions previously led to sit-in protests.

Which of these 2016 Walmart Black Friday deals are you planning to take advantage of for your loved ones this Christmas season?


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