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We're here to help you find the best Black Friday 2019 deals from Walmart.

Black Friday is America's biggest shopping holiday, with $6.22 Billion spent last year in just online sales. This year, Walmart is putting up a lot of deals that's sure to attract everyone. The best part is you don't even have to wait for Black Friday itself. These deals go online on November 27 at 10pm ET, so make sure to save the date so you'll get the deals you want.

TVs for everyone

If you're still on an old TV, or looking to upgrade to a newer and bigger one, Black Friday is perhaps the best time to do so. Walmart is offering incredible deals on their TVs.

First up is ONN's 40-inch 1080p display. It's packed with its own smart TV interface that lets you play Roku, Netflix, HBO Go, and Vudu without attaching a separate device. This great deal will just run you at $98. For those who want something bigger, ONN also offers a 50-inch 4K variant for just $148. And if you really want something large but still budget-friendly, there's even a 58-inch variant for $198.

If you want to go even bigger, Philips is offering a 65-inch 4K screen for $278. It comes with Android TV and has support for Netflix, HBO Go, and VUDU.

For shoppers who want those premium Samsung panels, Walmart is also offering two different screens from the Korean company. They're offering a 50-inch 4k for $278 and a 55-inch 4k for $328. Both come with Netflix, HBO Go, and Vudu support.

New Phone for the New Year

For those waiting for a deal to grab the latest flagship smartphones from this year, Walmart is giving away gift cards worth up to $450 for each phone bought during Black Friday. You can also get an additional $250 for eligible trade-ins of other phones.

For those who love the iPhone, get a $450 eGift Card for the iPhone XS, a $400 eGift Card on the XS Max or XR, or $300 eGift Card on the 11, 11 Pro, or 11 Pro Max.

For Samsung Galaxy fans, get up to $450 eGift Card on Galaxy S10, S10+, or Note 10+ or $300 on Galaxy S10e or Note 9.

Take note that these deals can only be availed in Physical Stores, so you'll have to go to the nearest Walmart.

If you don't want to leave the comforts of your room, Walmart still has some amazing phone deals online. The iPhone 6s Plus is just $149 with a contract with Straight Talk. Last year's Galaxy S9 is just $399. For those who need to buy a cheap phone for their grandparents or children, the Galaxy A10e is just $49.

All the Games in the World

Black Friday wouldn't be complete without insane deals for video gamers. Walmart is putting a lot of Xbox items on sale. For those who want an all-digital experience, their One S All digital edition is just $149. If you want a disk drive, the Jedi: Fallen Order bundle is just $199 (and even comes with a code for Fallen Knight Deluxe Edition). For those who want to experience 4k resolution gaming, the One X can be yours for just $349 with a free copy of Gears 5. And for those wanting a PlayStation 4, don't fret: The PS4 1TB bundle is just $199 and even comes with three download vouchers for three of their most critically acclaimed games: The Last of Us RemasteredGod of War, and Horizon: Zero Dawn. There's also a Nintendo Switch Bundle with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for just $299.

Of course, games themselves are also on sale. Call of Duty Modern Warfare, a reimagining of the 2007 shooter that shot the franchise to record popularity, is just $38, not even a month after its release.

Other games are also on sale. There's too many to mention, but here's a small list of what to expect and how much they cost:


Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Red Dead Redemption 2

Monster Hunter World: Icebourne

Splatoon 2

Ghost Recon: Breakpoint

Gears 5


Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled

Overwatch (Switch Edition)

Just Dance 2020

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice


Rainbow Six: Siege

Overwatch (PS4/Xbox One Edition)

Marvel's Spiderman

SEE ALSO: When and What Can You Expect from Major Stores' Black Friday Deals

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