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15 Walmart Black Friday Deals You Can’t Miss This Year

Published November 5, 2020

6 minute read

By WalletGenius Staff

You don’t always have to wait until Black Friday to score major deals. Many retailers, including Walmart, have turned the annual shopping “holiday” into a weeks-long event. Lucky for you, that means some highly coveted items are already on sale. We can also expect Walmart to add more products to their Black Friday listings as the much anticipated day gets closer. We did some digging for you. Here’s a rundown on some of Walmart’s best Black Friday deals. Some of these things are already on sale, and others you’ll have to watch for as the days tick closer to the biggest shopping weekend of the year.

VIZIO 50″ 4K Smart TV

It’s time to finally upgrade to 4K. This stunning 50″ LED TV from Vizio will look great in any living room. It also features Smart Tv apps like Netflix and Disney+, plus has built-in casting features. You can also play your own media via USB drive. Great for gaming or movies, this TV is a steal at just $300.

Buy it for $298 (originally $349.99)

Vizio Smart TV

Source: Walmart

Apple Airpods

They might not be the Airpod Pros, but this is the best price we’ve seen for Apple’s original wireless earbuds. They work flawlessly with any iPhone, iPad, or laptop. These high quality get up to three hours of use on a single charge, plus the included charging case can juice them again for longer day trips.

Buy them for just $99

White Apple AirPods

Source: Walmart

Lenovo Legion 5 Gaming Laptop

The top-of-the-line gaming laptops will cost you over $3,000. If you’re budget is slightly more modest, you can’t really go wrong with this Lenovo model. It has a large 17″ screen, Intel i7 processor, 16GB RAM, a 1TB HDD and a 256GB SSD, plus a GeForce GTX 1660Ti graphics card. It might not run every single game on ultra high graphics, but it will still get the job done!

Buy it for just $949 (originally $1,299)

Lenovo Legion 5 Gaming Laptop

Source: Walmart

Nerf N-Strike Elite CS-18 Blaster

If your kids love elaborate Nerf battles, this deal is a great way to stock up on arms. The CS-18 Blaster shoots 18 darts (included) with rapid-fire blasting, up to 90 feet. This motorized Nerf toy uses regular C batteries to give your child maximum fire power. Or maybe it’s just for yourself (don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone!)

Buy it for $19.99. That’s half price!

Nerf N-Strike Elite CS-18 Blaster

Source: Walmart

Egyptian Cotton Bath Towels

Not every Black Friday deal needs to be cool electronics or fun toys. Sometimes it’s just nice to do the adult thing and replace those nasty old bathroom towels with something fresh. For that, you can’t really go wrong with this incredible deal. You can pick up a single bath towel in a color of your choice for $5. Or you can a six-piece set (including hand towels and face clothes) for just $14.99.

Buy it right here!

Egyptian Cotton Bath Towels

Source: Walmart

Instant Pot

With the incredible range of cooking options, why haven’t you bought an Instant Pot yet? If you’re still holding out, this half-price deal from Walmart should be enough to finally convince you to add one to your kitchen. This multi-use pressure cooker can cook just about everything!

Buy it for $49 (originally $99.99)

Instant Pot

Source: Walmart

3-in-1 Game Table

Are you desperate to get your kids off their electronics, even if only for a brief moment or two? Consider this 3-in-1 game table from MD Sports. It combines air hockey, fooseball, and a mini-billiards table. It’s great for small spaces, and is currently priced just under $100.

Buy it here.

3-in-1 Game Table

Source: Walmart

Hot Wheels Power Shift Raceway

For the child in your life who loves to play with cars, consider the Hot Wheels Power Shift Raceway. This classic toy comes with five cars and a motorized booster for high speed fun. Send your cars flying through the loop and off the ramp! Or combine these tracks with your other Hot Wheels pieces to make a mega-track!

Buy it for just $15!

Hot Wheels Power Shift Raceway

Source: Walmart

Singing Machine Karaoke

For the rising stars in your family, consider this glowing Karaoke machine. You can play music via Bluetooth, USB, line-in, or regular CDs. Lyrics can be displayed on your TV or on a tablet. It comes with a single wired microphone, but you can add a second for dynamic duets if you want. It includes an AC adaptor, but you can also run it on battery power to take the show on the road!

Buy it for $39 (originally $50)

Singing Machine Karaoke

Source: Walmart

Hatchimals

Okay, maybe Hatchimals aren’t as trendy as they were last year. However, if your kids are still bugging you about these adorable little creatures, you can’t beat this price. These surprise stuffies hatch from their own eggs. Once out, they include interactive sounds and accessories. You kids can feed, burb, tickle, and snuggle their Hatchimal, and watch it respond.

Buy it for $20 (originally $54.88)

Hatchimals

Source: Walmart

Power Smokeless Grill

If you put your BBQ away for the winter (or just don’t have one at all), it’s time to get yourself a smokeless grill. This small kitchen appliance brings the joy of grilling indoors. It uses air flow technology to suck in and contain the smoke, letting you grill steaks or burgers without setting off your fire alarm.

Buy it now for $49 (originally $118)

Power Smokeless Grill

Source: Walmart

Lenovo Chromebook

Unlike the gaming laptop we already wrote about, this laptop isn’t for high-end graphics. However, it’s the perfect accessory for your pre-teen or teenaged student. Running Chrome OS, this 14″ laptop is perfect for school projects. When the work is done, they can also use it to simply watch Netflix. It also comes with a bunch of handy parental controls, do you don’t have to worry about what your kid is browsing.

Buy it for just $199 (originally $299)

Lenovo Chromebook

Source: Walmart

Samsung Galaxy Smart Watch

The Apple Watch and Fitbit aren’t the only game in town when it comes to wearable tech. If you have a Samsung phone, it makes sense to consider the Galaxy Smart Watch. This handsome accessory will track your steps, calories, and sleep cycles. You can add reminders and notifications to it too. A built-in speaker and microphone also allows you to make phone calls. Best of all, a single battery charge lasts for five days.

Buy it for $189 (originally $279)

Samsung Galaxy Smart Watch

Source: Walmart

Ninja Blender

This single serve blender “takes the guess work out of drink making.” Using an Auto-IQ technology, the Nutri Ninja will blend your smoothie perfectly every time. Then you just turn it over, slap on the convenient lid, and take your drink with you. The perfect way to start your days!

Buy it now for $69 (originally $139)

Ninja Blender

Source: Walmart

Fake Fireplace TV Stand

This Walker Edison corner TV stand makes a classy addition to any living room. Available in a variety of colors, it can accommodate TV sets up to 55″ in size. Underneath are some handy shelving, plus a beautiful electronic fireplace. It plugs into any standard household outlet and doesn’t require any venting.

Buy it for $229 (originally $399)

Fake Fireplace TV Stand

Source: Walmart

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This article was worked on by a number of the WalletGenius staff, including freelancers, full-time writers, and editors.

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