Walmart Black Friday Sale 2015
Bigger the retailer, more significant the deals look. Top retailers enjoy great influence over manufacturers and get better deals from them. During shopping seasons these retailers pass on the benefit to shoppers unlike the rest of the year. And this is what precisely taking place across the US and many other nations on the occasion of Black Friday and Thanksgiving Day.
For a long time Black Friday devotee are excited as the deals are coming out in the open. The fact that this year retailers have brought the Black Friday forward by giving Black Friday type of deals on Thanksgiving has furthered the excitement.
One good thing that has happened in the last few years and is visible all the more is the fact that retailers are providing deals to their online storefronts as well.
So this year the mantra of leading retailers is shopping online. Walmart, Best Buy and Target are making almost all their top deals available to online shoppers with a few exceptions. When it comes to Target, the retailer is promising â€œno lines at target.comâ€ this Black Friday with nearly all its doorbusters available online. Plus, through Dec. 25, cyber shoppers can score free standard shipping on online purchases (with no minimum purchase amount).
If you are eager to go for television and similar products, Walmart seems to be the best bet for Black Friday 2015 shoppers. Sale at Wal-Mart in-store deals kick off at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. The retailerâ€™s online sale begins even earlier; shoppers can load up their virtual shopping bags beginning at 12:01 a.m. PST on Thursday.
Walmart is the place to be this Black Friday. Samsung 65-inch SUHDTV for $1,999.99 (regularly $2,500 to $3,800), Samsung 60-inch 4K UHD Smart LED TV for $799.99 (regularly $1,499, doorbuster deal), Toshiba 49-inch 1080p LED HDTV for $149.99 (regularly $429.99, doorbuster deal), Samsung 48-inch 1080p Smart LED HDTV for $379.99 (regularly $599.99, doorbuster deal), Toshiba 55-inch 1080p LED HDTV for $349.99 (regularly $549.99, available online now), LG 49-inch 4K UHD Smart LED TV for $499.99 (regularly $899.99), Vizio 65-inch 4K UHD Smart LED TV for $999.99 (regularly $1,499.99)
Nonetheless there are other great products. When it comes to smartphones the company has many enticing offers. It includes Samsung Galaxy S6 models with $250 Best Buy gift card (if on installment billing purchase), iPhone 6S models with with $200 Best Buy gift card (if on installment billing purchase), Verizon prepaid Motorola Moto E 4G for $9.99 (regularly $69.99, doorbuster deal), Microsoft Surface 3 64GB for $399.99 (regularly $499.99, doorbuster deal), iPad Air 2 models discounted by up to $125 ($100 off 16 GB and 64 GB, $125 off 128 GB models, regularly $499.99 to $699.99, available online now)
Target is not going to be left behind Walmart, it is launching its holiday shopping frenzy at 6 p.m. on Thursday. One of the advertised door busters: 25 percent off all Apple TV devices. Apple Watch is not slashed in price, it will sell for the $350 original price, but Target gives you $100 gift card with this purchase. Xbox One Gears of War bundle for $300 and it comes with a $60 Target gift card. Other retailers are selling this game bundle for $299, but Target is giving you a gift card, so that’s a sizable savings on the Xbox compared to other retailers. Galaxy Tab A tablet with 9.7-inch screen is offered for $230 and you get a $30 gift card.
Even not so big retailers too are giving good deals. Department store J.C. Penneyâ€™s 2015 Black Friday ad promises shoppers â€œitâ€™s onâ€ with a host of multiday sales. Doors open at 3 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, but bargain hunters can shop online all day on Thanksgiving. Plus, the retailer is offering free shipping on orders over $49 (some exclusions apply). From small kitchen appliances to apparel and bedding, customers can add plenty of deals and discounts to their virtual shopping carts.