Walmart Black Friday Sale: $125 Roku HDTV, $199 HP Laptop, $28 Tablet Deal And More
As sale flyers have been leaked and released recently for other big U.S. retailers, everybody's been waiting for the big Walmart Black Friday deals to be announced, and now, they have finally arrived. The company has released its flyer with all the big sales and deals it plans for Black Friday 2015.
Walmart is streamlining its Black Friday sale weekend this year, making it more simple and understandable for consumers. In prior years, the company broke its sales up on different days of the Black Friday weekend, with some products on sale on one day but not others. Now, all Black Friday deals are available throughout Thanksgiving and Black Friday, subject to availability, and most of the deals are available online as well as in stores, which open at 6 p.m. Thanksgiving Day.
What are the best deals being offered by Walmart for Black Friday 2015? One winner is the 32-inch 720p Roku TV by TCL for $125. That's less than half the usual $279 retail price at other stores. These days, 32 inches is on the small side for a TV set, so those looking for a bigger model can feast on the 55-inch version, which also features a 1080p display, for just $348. Walmart will also join other big retailers in offering the new Roku SE streamer for just $25, half of the normal $50 retail price.
Walmart also has some great Windows 10 laptop deals, which include an HP 15-inch laptop for just $199. The computer comes with 4 GB of RAM, 500 GB of storage space and is powered by a quad-core AMD processor.
Those in the market for an inexpensive tablet can pick up the RCA seven-inch Voyager 2 Android slate with a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor and microSD expansion slot for $28.88, almost half off the regular price.
Walmart has not officially released the Black Friday sale flyer on its website, only on its app, in an attempt to entice shoppers to download it, but we've got you covered. Check out the ad scan here.
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