Walmart Black Friday 2015 deals to will be coming live starting from today

Walmart Black Friday 2015 deals to will be coming live starting from today

Walmart Black Friday 2015 deals to will be coming live starting from today

Walmart is keeping its fans waiting for the first ad leaks from the retailing giant. While other retailers are already releasing ads for the biggest shopping season, Walmart is keeping its fans waiting.

Nonetheless the wait is going to end sooner than later and the first detailed Walmart Black Friday 2015 deals ad is set to be released in the first week of November. This means that within a few days you will be able t know almost everything about the sales available at the retailers’ stores across the US.

Early release of the ads will ensure that shoppers have ample time in planning their Black Friday 2015 sales preferences and shopping list. A large number of families plan their detailed shopping lists after scrutinizing Black Friday ads that start appearing towards the end of October.

walmartMeanwhile there are reports that suggest that Walmart Black Friday 2015 experience is going to begin from 1st of November itself. Retailer assures people to begin the holiday shopping season with deals that will not ask you to wait until a single day.

For Apple fans who have been waiting to bag their iPads, the day is going to bring a great news. Starting Sunday the first Walmart Black Friday 2015 deal is a $199 iPad mini 2, offering up savings of $70. Walmart is stealing a page from Apple’s playbook this year with a bigger push to get consumers to go into the store not just for the Walmart Black Friday 2015 deals, but also for all kinds of shopping throughout the season. As part of this push we will see the start of the holidays shopping season on November 1st, we learn about Walmart free shipping options including how it connects to an app on your phone and what you need to know about the deals this year.

Now it is clear that Walmart Black Friday shopping will begin Sunday November 1. It will be eight weeks of deals and savings for the holiday shopping season. Judith McKenna, chief operating officer, Walmart U.S asks consumers to, “trust me.”, when it comes to delivering what consumers want. Part of that is avoiding price jumps that leave consumers wondering when the best deal will be. In the meantime Fernando Madeira, president and CEO, tells consumers, “Our customers are looking for great deals no matter how they shop with us – whether in store, online or on their mobile device,” setting up the new Walmart app that will be an essential tool for Walmart shoppers this holiday season.

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