This unusual 2020 Black Friday season reaches its climax on Thanksgiving evening, with Walmart’s third and final Black Friday sale.
Walmart just released its final Black Friday ad, and it includes the kind of steals that people line up hours to get each year. But during the pandemic, there will be no Thursday lines.
To avoid store crowding, the retail giant has been staging three separate Black Friday sales this month, which began Nov. 4 and will run through the traditional Black Friday on the day after Thanksgiving.
The final and largest sale of its “Deals for Days” campaign begins Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. on Nov. 25 — but it will be online only for 36 hours.
Walmart, like most major retailers, will be closed Thanksgiving night, and will open at 5 a.m. Friday with in-store deals. But even then, the store will limit shoppers in the store to avoid creating a COVID superspreader event.
So, here are the hottest deals beginning Wednesday, courtesy of BlackFriday.com:
ONLINE ONLY: NOV. 25 AT 7 p.m.
ONLINE AND IN-STORE; NOV. 27
Walmart’s traditional Black Friday sale begins online at midnight on Nov. 27, and in-store shopping starts at 5 a.m. But shoppers need to realize that they may have to wait outside in the parking lot if stores quickly fill to COVID-19 capacity.
According to BlackFriday.com, Walmart’s in-store sale is more focused on home goods (towels, bedding) and toys and does not feature the kind of big-screen TV deals that tend to send shoppers into a frenzy — which is probably a good thing during a pandemic.
But if you want the hottest deals at Walmart, you may want to get on your device shortly before 7 p.m. on Wednesday.
See the full ad HERE, and that way you don’t waste your money.
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