Walmart Black Friday 2016 Ad Leaks Great Deals: Expanded Cyber Week Starts Early

The Walmart Black Friday 2016 ad reveals exciting deals for the most anticipated shopping event of the year as it overlaps with the retailer’s popular Cyber Monday that is now known as the “Cyber Week.”

Walmart, America’s largest retailer and part of American multinational corporation known as Wal-Mart Stores, is dropping the prices of some of the highly anticipated gadgets and appliances, as well as toys for both little and big kids as part of their Black Friday deals.

The biggest shopping event in the United States begins on November 25. Walmart decided to take advantage of this and expanded their Cyber Week to make room for more shopping deals from their expanded product assortment.

According to Monday’s press release from Walmart, Black Friday 2016 deals start to go online on Thanksgiving morning and will overlap the Cyber Week sale that runs through Monday, November 28.

“After nearly tripling its online product assortment this year from 8 million to more than 23 million items, Walmart today announced it will offer its largest Cyber Week assortment to date and kick off the event the day after Thanksgiving.”

According to the press release, Walmart will be offering extended deals for their customers starting at 12:01 a.m. EST Thanksgiving morning, followed by the Black Friday 2016 event on Friday at 6 p.m. local time during Thanksgiving Day. After that, Walmart’s sale will continue every day throughout the Cyber Week beginning Friday at 12:01 a.m. EST.


This, according to Senior Vice President of Merchandising Steve Breen, will serve as an ad for their expanded product line, as well as a response to customers calling for expanded Cyber Week deals online.

“By tripling our online product assortment, we’re able to offer a lot more new brands and choices to customers all season long. And, three out of four customers tell us they want to shop cyber deals earlier, so after our Black Friday event in stores Thursday night, customers can continue to save as we kick off Cyber Week on Friday.”

He also assured consumers that they would be able to have the luxury of time while choosing among a wide array of deals in the store during the holiday season.

“No matter how or when you shop Walmart – in stores, online or through our app – you’re going to save on everything you want throughout the season.”


Cyber Week deals on Walmart Black Friday 2016 include an additional $80 Walmart Gift Card with every purchase of a Samsung 60-inch 1080p HD Smart LED TV for $579, with savings of as much as $1,120. Consumers can also own a Google Home for only $99, saving up to $30.

Electronic products such as the Promark P70 VR Drone and the Quadrone Hybrid Drone are sold for only $99 with as much as $50 savings, while photography enthusiasts can capture moments instantly with a Fujifilm Instax Mini 7S Instant Camera with free mini film for only $49 in a deal exclusively for Walmart customers.

Other products to be sold at lower prices include bundles of a Black and Decker Robotic Vacuum for $196, a bObsweep bObi Pet Robotic Vacuum Cleaner for only $249, a Polaroid Cube and Wi-Fi-ready Action Camera bundle for just $109.99, and much more.

Cyber Week deals for Monday, November 28, which begin at exactly 12:01 a.m. EST, can be considered an extension of the Walmart Black Friday 2016 event as it entails the same amount of excitement with added discounts.

Among the top deals in store for shoppers include Samsung HDTVs at half the price, Samsung 65-inch 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV at $1,200 cheaper than its suggested retail price, and a VIZIO 50-inch 4K Ultra HD SmartCast Smart LED TV for only $379.99.

Renowned and popular brands of garments and accessories, including Gucci, Prada, Ray-Ban, Miu Miu, Cartier, Michael Kors, Kate Spade, and Fossil can also be bought at discounted prices via the Marketplace in the extended Walmart Black Friday 2016 event.

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