Walmart’s Cyber Week deals start Saturday, Nov. 30
By Jennifer Osieczanek
We’re officially a week away from Black Friday, but pre-sales are already going on.
Black Friday doorbusters start Thanksgiving night.
What’s next? Cyber Monday deals on Sunday? Yep, if you’re a Walmart Facebook fan, email subscriber or mobile app user.
Technically, Walmart’s opted for a “Cyber Week” with sales planned from Saturday, Nov. 30 through Friday, Dec. 6. Walmart.com will boast 200 online specials every day that week, including $150 off a 32GB iPad bundle and $50 for a Nextbook 7-inch tablet.
That said, Cyber Monday is still the highlight of Walmart’s week. The Dec. 2 sale items include toys, electronics and even the new PlayStation 4 and Xbox One gaming systems. Specific deals include:
- A 55-inch LG 3D LED TV with Soundbar Bundle for $799 (a $500 savings).
- A Samsung 46-inch LED TV for $479 ($400 off).
- A LeapFrog LeapPad2 Crayola creativity pack bundle for $69 (a savings of $60).
- An HP Sleekbook Ruby Red 14-inch Pavilion Laptop for $295 ($133 off the regular price).
- The Fisher Price Powered Ride-on Minnie Mouse Jeep for $189 (a $60 savings).
- A Disney Princess Ultimate Dream Castle for $119 ($60 off).
- A PlayStation 4 bundle with Dualshock 4 controller and game for $517 or an Xbox One bundle with choice of a game or accessory for $559.
And sticking with the theme to getting a jumpstart on the shopping, Walmart Facebook fans, email subscribers and mobile app customers actually will get an early invite to shop the Cyber Monday deals on Sunday, Dec. 1. Up to 20 of the Cyber Monday deals will be available to those customers, while supplies last, a day early.
Walmart also has lowered its free shipping minimum to $35 instead of the usual $50 on nearly every item purchased on Walmart.com, starting today. Need faster delivery? Walmart is offering delivery within three to five days for $2.97. Another option is that some Cyber deals will be available for pick-up at local stores the same day you order online between Nov. 30 and Dec. 2.
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