Walmart Cyber Monday 2017: Best Deals On 4K TVs
Walmart is gearing up for Cyber Monday with a number of attractive deals. Some of its best offers with the heaviest discounts are on 4K TVs.
The shopping bonanza doesn't stop with Black Friday, as Cyber Monday deals can be equally attractive and some heavy discounts are in store from major retailers such as Walmart.
This time of year brings a slew of price cuts on a wide range of products and Walmart already has some enticing deals in store for Cyber Monday, Nov. 27. Those who had their eye on some products on Black Friday but didn't manage to get them have another chance on Cyber Monday, as many deals are similar to Black Friday ones.
Walmart Cyber Monday 2017
In preparation for Cyber Monday, Walmart has already listed a number of items on sale and many of them are already available at discounted prices. Some currently appear to be out of stock, but the retailer could add more stock by Monday. Based on the items and the discounts, it looks like a Black Friday rerun under a different name, but that's not a bad thing.
Cyber Monday shoppers can find deals on electronics, games, gaming consoles, and more, but here's a roundup of some of the best deals for those looking for a new 4K TV.
Walmart 4K TV Deals
Among the most attractive deals on electronics for Cyber Monday, Walmart is offering an LG 65-inch Class 4K Smart LED TV is available for just $798, dropping a whopping $601.99 off its regular list price of $1,399.99.
A large Sceptre 75-inch Class 4K LED TV costs $1,299 instead of $1,799.99, dropping $500.99 off its regular list price. A Samsung 55-inch Class Curved 4K Smart LED TV sells for $597.99, which is $402 less than its regular list price of $999.99.
For those with deeper pockets, Walmart is also selling a Samsung 65-inch Class 4K Smart LED TV at a discounted price of $1,597 instead of the regular $3,299, allowing for big savings of $1,701.01. Those looking to splurge can also get a premium Samsung 75-inch Class 4K Smart LED TV for $2,797 instead of the regular $5,799.99, which translates to savings of $3,002.
Many TVs, meanwhile, are not listed with the discounted price from the get-go, instead, Walmart is requiring customers to add them to cart in order to see the discount. Adding products to card does not mandate a purchase, so if the discount is not attractive enough, customers can just remove the item from their cart and shop other deals instead.
For more deals on a far wider variety of items on sale, check out Walmart's Cyber Monday deals page.