Black Friday 2011 Deals: Walmart Sales Include XBox 360, Wii and Samsung TVs

Not only is Walmart pulling out all the stops this year for Black Friday by opening up stores on Thanksgiving day, the company is also offering some of the best deals out there on toys, electronics, and video games.

Walmart has released its Black Friday advertisement today and for families with young children, the deals are sure to not disappoint.

Some of the best deals offered by the consumer giant will be for video games.

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The retail mammoth will be selling the Xbox 360 4GB console for a mere $200. Not only is the offer a great price, Walmart will add to the deal by offering customers of the gaming machine a gift card to the store for $50.

Walmart will also be selling the Wii Limited Edition Blue Console for $99.96 and will be selling dozens of video games at discounted prices.

The popular “Battlefield 3” and “Just Dance 3” can be snatched up for $28, while “Toy Story 3” will go on sale for $15. Dozens of other games will be sold for $10, $15, and $28 each.

The video games and boxes will go on sale on Thanksgiving day at 10 p.m., but for people desperate to get their hands on electronics, they will have to wait for two hours until midnight to snag a good deal.

Walmart will be selling 51-inch flat screen Samsung televisions for $498 and for those interested in purchasing a new laptop, Walmart will be offering a 15.6-inch HP Dual-Core Laptop for $248.

For families struggling to make ends meet, the company will be offering Christmas price guarantees, holiday lay-away options, and even offer holiday credit options for those who qualify.

Walmart is not the only company going all out to lure shoppers into its store on Black Friday. Target, Macy’s, Best Buy, Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic, and Kohl’s have all announced that they will be opening their doors in the first hour of America’s most popular shopping day.

With stores taking every measure to bait shoppers, experts are projecting that this year Black Friday will be the biggest, most expansive Black Friday yet.

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