Walmart slashing the cost of Xbox One S and 4K TVs for Black Friday

Some of the deals have kicked off early

If you've been holding out hope for some deep TV and console price cuts this Black Friday, it seems the retail gods are set to reward your patience. Walmart has revealed its Black Friday 2016 deals early - and some you can even pick up online right now.

Two weeks out from Thanksgiving, the retail giant is already stocking up extra online inventory, slashing the price of Microsoft's Xbox One S to $279 from $299 (bundled with Minecraft and an extra controller), as well as a whopping saving on a 65-inch Hitachi 4K TV, down from $999 to just $599.

You'll have to grab the Walmart app to take advantage of the deals - but for less than $900 for a full 4K set-up (remember, the Xbox One S is also a capable 4K Blu-ray player), that's a serious bargain.

Walmart Black Friday deals

As Black Friday approaches, Walmart will rack up even more price cuts. 

From  November 24 through 25, more TVs will be heavily discounted. The pick of the bunch seems to be either the Samsung 50-inch 4K Smart TV for $230 (normally $398) or the Philips 55-inch 4K LED Smart TV for $298.

The PS4 Slim, with Uncharted 4, drops to $249 with a $30 gift card thrown in, while the iPad Mini 2 32GB version drops from $269 to $199. The Roku Express+ drops to the pocket-change price of $25 too, down from $39.

And that's just a taste of what Walmart is said to have planned for the annual deals frenzy. TechRadar will be scoping out the best offers across the sales period, so make sure to check back in with us in the days leading up to the event, and check out our deal-hunting browser extensions, too.

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