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Walmart's 2019 Black Friday Ad is out

Sale starts at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving
Posted: 12:23 PM, Nov 14, 2019
Updated: 2019-11-14 12:37:24-05
Walmart's 2019 Black Friday Ad is out

One of the last major Black Friday ads for 2019 is now out.

Walmart has unveiled the deals shoppers can snag in its sale, which starts at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day — one hour after Best Buy's sale begins.

Walmart says it will allow shoppers to wait inside the store before the sale begins, which prevents a mob scene at the front doors when the store opens and keeps shoppers warm. It also allows shoppers to line up at specific stations inside the store, depending on what type of items they want to buy.

Walmart's system stands in stark contrast to Target, Best Buy and Kohl's, where some shoppers will wait outside in lines for hours before the store opens.

Walmart's best deals

Among the hottest deals for Thanksgiving night, according to BF Ads.net:

Lenovo Smart Clock - $39.00

4K Movies - $7.96

50 inch Roku 4KTV - $148

55 inch Samsung 4KTV- $328

Apple Watch 38mm Series 3 GPS - $129.00

Apple AirPods w/ Charging Case - $129.00

PlayStation 4 1TB Console + 3 Games Bundle - $199.00

Instax Mini 7S Bundle (Various Colors) - $50.00

Kodak Mini 2 HD Wireless Mobile Instant Photo Printer (KODMP2B) - $49.00

Rubbermaid Easy Find Lids 38-pc. Storage Set (Red or Blue) - $7.00

Apple 10.2" 32GB iPad (7th Gen) - $249.00

See the complete ad scan from BF Ads.net here.

Unlike Best Buy, Walmart is not actively pushing 65- and 70-inch name-brand TVs from Samsung, LG, and Sony. Walmart specializes more in smaller, budget TV's, as well as toys and household items.

But at least you won't have to stand out in the rain and possibly cold to get those deals. As always, don't waste your money.

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