Shoppers will be able to get a head start on holiday sales as the world’s largest discount retailer rolls out early Black Friday 2017 deals whether you’re shopping online or prefer having a trip in-store.
The Arkansas-based retailer has already revealed its plans last week as well its location stores opening times and window hours in its tens of thousand location stores across the United States. Just like in the previous years, Walmart will be kicking off its Black Friday doorbusters and big ticket deals on Thanksgiving day, November 23rd at exactly 6PM local time.
[agg-ad id=”5263″ align=”none”]As for those consumers don’t want to join the crowd in-store and prefer shopping online at either Walmart.com or in-app, the sales begins at a minute after midnight of Thanksgiving Thursday, Nov. 23.
Much like in the recent years, bricks and mortars stores employees will hand out color-coded maps to help keep Walmart loyal customers from getting too stressed while hunting for the big ticket items. Walmart will also release the local store map on its website, probably few days before the Turkey day. Target and Toys ‘R’ Us will also welcome and accommodate walk-in shoppers early. Meanwhile, Best Buy will open its gate an hour earlier thank Walmart. The consumer electronics retailer will start its Black Friday sale in-store at 5PM.
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