Best Black Friday deals 2015: Gaming consoles, PS4 bundle sale very competitive
After weeks of speculations and insider revelations, Walmart, the biggest retailer in the United States has finally revealed its Black Friday 2015 deals.
As we predicted earlier, the retailing giant wants to attract almost every American on the shopping day. If you are the ones who donâ€™t like dropping into their stores, you have the option to logging in to their website and shop for whatever product you want. Almost every product that they have on the list is available online too, except of course the doorbusters.
There is no denying the fact that the sort of discounts it is offering yet again this year is going to attract many people to forget about the cold, the long queues and other dangers involved in trying to grab the doorbusters or other products.
The retailer is offering substantial discounts on many products including home appliances, electronics, mobiles, tablets, and of course toys.
As far as Walmart Black Friday 2015 opening hours are concerned, the companyâ€™s website will kick off its sale at 3 a.m. ET (12:01 a.m. PT) on Thanksgiving Day and Walmart stores will open at 6 p.m the same day. Earlier opening of sales online is a way to prompt people to buy there. It must be kept in mind that inventories available online and offline will be different. A product that goes out of stock online will still be available in store and vise versa.
Walmart U.S. CEO Greg Foran while talking to CNNMoney said, â€œWe’re deep in stock, we let people shop when and how they want and for those who come to the store it’s going to be an easier shopping experienceâ€¦Walmart will give additional pay, free dinner and discounts to the more than 1 million employees who work on Black Fridayâ€. So they are trying to keep their employees in good humor.
Steep discounts on 10 different models of televisions, including a 40-inch HDTV for $149