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Black Friday 2011 Deals Best When Walmart Opens Doors

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By Brendan Giusti, Christian Post Reporter
November 22, 2011|9:22 am

Black Friday deals at Walmart start on Thanksgiving, as the retailer opens its doors at 10 p.m. Thursday. However, not all deals will be available at the ultra-early hour.

Electronics – including iPods, video games , HDTVs and cameras – are slated to go on sale at midnight. But early-bird shoppers – or night-owl deal-seekers – can take advantage of discounted toys, home and apparel items.

Parents can grab toys in bundles this Black Friday, which offers another way to save with bulk purchases.

A LEGO bundle, which includes two building sets, will be available for $40. A Hot Wheels starter set will be on sale for $37.97.

Fisher-Price Dora Fiesta Favorites Kitchen will cost, $59.97. But the hot item is already sold out online.

Parents can also snag a personalized 80-piece youth art set for the budding painter in the home for just $21.

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Deals for family chefs also start at 10 p.m. on Thursday.

A Hamilton Beach Stay or Go 6-Quart Slow Cooker is on sale for $24.

Shoppers will have to wait an additional two-hours, however, before the highly-sought out electronic items become discounted.

Walmart plans to sell 46-inch HDTV sets for less than $400. Blu-ray players will be sold for less than $20.

Walmart also offers savvy shoppers an app to help find the best deals throughout the holiday season (a similar app is available for Android users).

The deals on electronics begin at midnight, though. All store items will be discounted by 8 a.m. on Black Friday.

"We look at this as a great opportunity to help our customers shop better with Walmart and have a much more convenient way to access our low prices," Gibu Thomas, Walmart's senior vice president of mobile and digital, previously told The Washington Post.

The app scans bar codes and automatically searches for coupons, creates shopping lists and automatically totals purchases before shoppers hit the checkout lines.

 

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