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Walmart Black Friday sale 2022: what we expect to see

Walmart Black Friday 2021: Deals for Days sale is live
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 Walmart’s Black Friday sale was one of the best last Black Friday. We're months away from the next instalment (Black Friday 2022 falls on November 25), but here, we round-up what happened last year – from when we saw the best deals to which products had the biggest discounts – and tell you everything you need to know about the next Walmart Black Friday sale.

The biggest change from Black Fridays past is that we saw the drip-feed trend come into full force this year. In the six weeks or so before Black Friday proper, Walmart released three individual sales, dropping prices on tons of excellent products. That meant that you really didn't have to wait until the day itself to bag a bargain, and in fact we saw Walmart's lowest prices on some items come before the official Black Friday sale.

Then, on the Monday preceding Black Friday, Walmart went all-in with its online Black Friday sale. We saw huge price drops across the board, with early access given to Walmart+ subscribers. We also saw a drop of the PS5 and Xbox Series X which, predictably, sold out in minutes.

The sale starting the Monday before Black Friday was somewhat surprising, and we reckon this was the best time to buy most products. We saw savings as good as Black Friday proper across the board, and at the start of the week, stock was fresh. And, in some cases, prices were lower in the build up, and Walmart added $10 or so back on from Black Friday itself.

While Black Friday itself did come replete with brand new deals, a number of popular items – including AirPods Pro and bargain TVs – were flitting in and out of stock. In most cases these items were also available in the week-long run-up to Black Friday, so again, securing desirable items beforehand could be a wise strategy.

Beyond Apple tech and great value TVs, though, Walmart had one of the best ranges of items on offer out of all the retailers, with discounts on products as varied as the new Call of Duty: Vanguard game, air fryers and other kitchen gadgets, smartwatches, and a wide range of Chromebooks and Windows PCs. 

We'll be keeping this guide up to date closer to the time, so bookmark this page and head back whenever you need to find out the latest news on the upcoming Walmart Black Friday deals.

When does the Walmart Black Friday sale 2022 start?

We predict the 2022 Walmart Black Friday sale will start on Monday, November 21 - four days before Black Friday. However, we expect to see a number of early Black Friday sales before this. If the last two years are anything to go by, we think Walmart will launch Black Friday deals from as early as October x, and we predict there will be additional sales around November x and x. As soon as they launch, you'll find the best Walmart Black Friday deals here on this page.

Last year, we saw some items hit their lowest prices in the weeks prior to Black Friday. On the day itself they received a slightly smaller discount. So, if you see a seriously good deal at Walmart before Black Friday, it's well worth snapping it up - Walmart may add an extra $10 onto the price tag on the day.

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When do Walmart's stores open on Black Friday?

On Black Friday, Walmart's store typically open at 5am. However, it's well worth checking your local stores (opens in new tab) in case there are any unexpected variations. 

Did we see any Walmart Black Friday stock issues?

The short answer is yes – but they weren't quite as severe as we feared.

Predictably, hot sellers like AirPods Pros, PS5, super cheap 4K TVs and others were snatched up, but apart from the PS5, almost everything saw a restock at one point or another through the week and weekend. 

By the time Friday was over, though, we saw stock dwindling on these big sellers, and come Sunday many popular items were out of stock for good. So, if you find something on offer beforehand, it may well be worth bagging it to avoid disappointment later.

Walmart Black Friday deals: what to expect

Walmart sells just about everything, and subsequently Black Friday sees the retailer slash prices on a huge range of products. However, the biggest and best bargains are typically consumer tech and homeware. 

TVs, gaming gear, air fryers, blenders, audio equipment and even some bathroom products are par for the course, and we expect exactly the same next year.

It's not just outgoing products that see deals either. Latest-gen items like the Sony WH-1000XM4 headphones saw over $100 knocked off their RRP, meaning that next year you should be able to grab the newest gear for less.

The best Walmart Black Friday deals from last year

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Apple AirPods Pro: $189 $159 at Walmart
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Apple's premium wireless earbuds are available to buy for less at Walmart this Black Friday. It doesn't look like the steepest discount ever, but you're getting your money's worth with great noise cancellation, a comfy fit and overall superb sound.

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Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 8-quart: $99.95 $59.00 at Walmart
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- This 41% discount on Instant Pot's entry-level multi cooker brings the model down to its lowest price ever. It has an 8-quart capacity, which Instant (the brand behind the appliance) says is enough for eight portions. Simple to use, on test, we found the Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 (opens in new tab) produced tender meat in stews within 60 minutes. This is a new record-low for the model, too. 

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Onn. 70-inch 4K LED Roku Smart TV: $650 $398 at Walmart
Save $252 - This 70-inch 4K smart TV was made in partnership with Roku to bring you the best possible content with thousands of channels to choose from, so you can binge on movies and TV episodes, news, sports, music, and more.

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Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS, 38mm): $169 $109 at Walmart
Save $60 - The Apple Watch 3 is the perfect choice if you're on a budget and just want a device that's great for the basics - alerts, music, and fitness apps. It's a little older now but it's still great in 2021 and this is an exceptional price if you want a new smartwatch.

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Sony WH-1000XM4 wireless headphones: $349 $249 at Walmart
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If you're looking for the best headphones you can buy at a reasonable price, Walmart is one of three retailers along with Amazon and Best Buy hosting a huge discount on the Sony WH-1000XM4s right now. This offer isn't to be missed, as the pair rarely goes on sale cheaper than this.

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Gateway Notebook 11.6-inch Touchscreen 2-in-1, 4GB RAM, 64GB HD: $199 $149 at Walmart
Save $50
- This 11.6-inch 2-in-1 from Gateway is the ultimate portable notebook that brings crystal-clear picture for all of your tasks, perfect for school or light day-to-day tasks like web browsing.

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iRobot Roomba i1+ Wi-Fi Connected Self-Emptying Robot Vacuum: $579 $349 at Walmart
Make cleaning easier with this self-emptying, Wi-Fi-connected robot vacuum cleaner. It cleans in neat rows and has patented dirt-detect technology to give more attention to the dirtier areas of your home.

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Vizio 70-inch Class V-Series 4K UHD LED SmartCast Smart TV: $548 $498 at Walmart
Save $50 - Escape into awesome entertainment with this Vizio 70-inch display, featuring epic 4K picture quality, full array backlighting and Dolby Vision HDR. It even includes built-in support for Apple Airplay 2 and Chromecast.

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Ninja Professional Blender XL: $79 $49 at Walmart
This professional blender from Ninja, with 1000 watts of power to crush ice, fruit, and other foods. Its XL capacity can make enough for the whole family too, so you won't have to blitz in batches.

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MSI GF63, Intel Core i5, GTX 1650, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD: $824 $499 at Walmart
If you're looking for a gaming laptop to run your low-demand games like Minecraft and League of Legends then this MSO GF63 is an absolute steal. For under $500 you're getting a GTX 1650 GPU, a 10th generation Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB of RAM.

Last year's best Walmart Black Friday deals: TVs

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Onn. 70-inch 4K LED Roku Smart TV: $650 $398 at Walmart
This 70-inch 4K smart TV was made in partnership with Roku to bring you the best possible content with thousands of channels to choose from, so you can binge on movies and TV episodes, news, sports, music, and more.

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Onn. 40-inch FHD LED Roku Smart TV: $250 $128 at Walmart
If you don't have the space for something massive, this 40-inch 1080p TV will fit into just about every home, and with Roku built-in, you'll never be short of shows or movies to watch.

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Vizio 70-inch Class V-Series 4K UHD LED SmartCast Smart TV: $548 $498 at Walmart
Escape into awesome entertainment with this Vizio 70-inch display, featuring epic 4K picture quality, full array backlighting and Dolby Vision HDR. It even includes built-in support for Apple Airplay 2 and Chromecast.

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RCA 480P LCD HD Home Theater Projector with Bonus 100" Fold up Projector Screen: $115 $49.99 at Walmart
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We're not entirely sure of the official RRP for this inexpensive RCA projector (it's unavailable at Amazon), but a UK listing has it at around $115, making Walmart's $49.99 price tag seem like an absolute steal. This projector operates at 480p resolution, but supports 1080p through either of its two HDMI ports, so you're free to connect games consoles, Blu-ray players, streaming devices and more. In this deal, you'll get a 100-inch foldable screen, too, so it's absolutely worth considering if you're after a casual, competent projector for home or office use straight out of the box.


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43-inch TCL 4K Smart TV: $429.99 $279 at Walmart
Save $130 - With 4K and HDR tech, this TCL is great value. We have previously seen the 55" model drop below this price, but right now this is one of the best deals on a 4K TV available. What's more, you'll also get Roku TV built in to stream all your subs.

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Samsung Q60A 55-inch UHD Smart QLED TV: $849.99 $697.99 at Walmart
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Get a healthy price cut on Samsung's stunning 2021 QLED Q60A in today's early Black Friday deals at Walmart. With the companies latest Quantum 4K processor, Motion Xcelerator technology, and bespoke gaming mode, the Samsung Q60A is a powerful and feature-laden display - perfect for any setup.

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Samsung 65-inch 4K Smart TV: $648 $498 at Walmart
Save $150
– This is a solid saving on an excellent mid-range 4K TV from Samsung. At just $20 shy of the all-time low price, we haven't spotted it this low for over a year so it's a rare opportunity to snap up a great TV deal. This set includes a speedy Tizen processor and an Auto Game Mode to give you the smoothest gaming experience.

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SOLD OUT - Sceptre 50-inch 4K Ultra HD TV: $328 $199 at Walmart
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The best cheap Black Friday TV deal (opens in new tab) is this Sceptre 50-inch 4K TV on sale for just $199 - an incredible price for a mid-size 4K TV. This Sceptre set features 4K Ultra HD resolution and includes four HDMI ports so you can stream, browse and listen to all of your favorite multimedia. Walmart had this exact TV deal at last year's Black Friday sale and it sold out within hours, so we'd snap up this incredible price now before it's too late.

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Samsung 55-inch 4K Smart TV: $478 at Walmart
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Identical the Samsung TV above but with a smaller screen – and a considerably smaller saving. Still, if the other TV might be too large for your room or you want to save the extra cash this is a suitable alternative with access to all the same features.

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RCA 720p LCD/LED Projector + Roku Express: $139 $89 at Walmart
Save $50
- Projectors are becoming more and more popular as those living in smaller homes still want the massive picture sizes offered by TVs (which often cost upwards of $1,000). With 3 HDMI ports for connecting devices and consoles, plus Bluetooth compatibility and the bundled Roku Express, this is a fully-fledged entertainment system for less than $100.

Last year's best Walmart Black Friday deals: Home & Kitchen

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iRobot Roomba i1+ Wi-Fi Connected Self-Emptying Robot Vacuum: $579 $349 at Walmart
Make cleaning easier with this self-emptying, Wi-Fi-connected robot vacuum cleaner. It cleans in neat rows and has patented dirt-detect technology to give more attention to the dirtier areas of your home.

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Shark EZ robot vacuum: $499 $288 at Walmart
Save $211 - The Shark EZ is a an excellent mid-range robovac, and this $211 discount drops it well under Amazon's current price, and $10 below the cheapest deal ever. While there are still cheaper options out there, this is a great way to get a premium product for a bargain price.

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Eufy Robovac 25C Robot Vacuum: $149 $129 at Walmart
Save $20
– While we have seen this cheaper, the Eufy is still an excellent robovac that's cheaper than much of the ocmpetition. You'll get touch and voice control, and the 100-hour battery life makes it a convenient and low-effort way to keep your home clean.

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Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 8-quart: $99.95 $59.00 at Walmart
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this 41% discount on Instant Pot's entry-level multi cooker brings the model down to its lowest price ever. It has an 8-quart capacity, which Instant (the brand behind the appliance) says is enough for eight portions. Simple to use, on test, we found the Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 (opens in new tab) produced tender meat in stews within 60 minutes. This is a new record-low for the model, too. 

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Ninja Professional Blender XL: $79 $49 at Walmart
This professional blender from Ninja, with 1000 watts of power to crush ice, fruit, and other foods. Its XL capacity can make enough for the whole family too, so you won't have to blitz in batches.

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Gourmia Iced Coffee Maker: $15.00 at Walmart
Walmart is listing this Gourmia Iced Coffee Maker for just $15 right now. That's right, $15 for on-demand ice coffees from the comfort of your own home – what's not to like? Sure, it won't make the ice for you, but in three easy steps (just add water, coffee and ice) you'll be sipping on a refreshing, Starbucks-level beverage. You can pick it up in black, blue or white, too, so it's suitable for every kitchen worktop. 


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Magic Bullet Essential Personal Blender: $31 $15 at Walmart
Better than half price, this personal blender is ideal for anyone trying to portion soups, smoothies and more. Simply load up the cup, attach the blades and twist to operate for super quick blends.

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Emeril Lagasse 5-Qt 6-in-1 Air Fryer: $39 at Walmart
Air fryers have grown in popularity in recent years as a more convenient and healthy way to cook all sorts of food. If you want to see if they live up to the hype yourself, this Emeril Lagasse is only $39. The 5-quart basket can cook fries, pizza, chicken, fish, vegetables and so much more with ease.

Last year's best Walmart Black Friday deals: laptops & computing

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Gateway Notebook 11.6-inch Touchscreen 2-in-1, 4GB RAM, 64GB HD: $199 $149 at Walmart
This 11.6-inch 2-in-1 from Gateway is the ultimate portable notebook that brings crystal-clear picture for all of your tasks, perfect for school or light day-to-day tasks like web browsing.

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MSI GF63, Intel Core i5, GTX 1650, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD: $824 $499 at Walmart
If you're looking for a gaming laptop to run your low-demand games like Minecraft and League of Legends then this MSO GF63 is an absolute steal. For under $500 you're getting a GTX 1650 GPU, a 10th generation Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB of RAM.

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Gateway 15.6-inch Ultra Slim Notebook, Intel Pentium Silver, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD | $249 $179 at Walmart
Save $70 - If you're looking for a Windows 10 S-Mode laptop for less than $200, you can't go wrong with this ultra slim option from Gateway. It's definitely not the most powerful laptop out there, but for basic computing it's more than enough to get the job done.

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Samsung Chromebook 4: $229 $129 at Walmart
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– Walmart's exceptionally good Black Friday Chromebook deals are back this week with a superb $100 saving on the Samsung Chromebook 4. Although we saw a similar machine go for as little as $89 not long ago, this is a great price to pay for a reliable machine with an Intel Celeron N4020, 4GB RAM, and 32GB SSD.

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Asus VivoBook Flip 14: $489 $379 at Walmart
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– If you have a bit more cash to splash on a laptop then this 2-in-1 Asus VivoBook Flip 14 is discounted by over $100 in the Walmart Black Friday sale. The 4GB of RAM is a little light for excessive multitasking, but the i3 processor and 128GB will ensure good performance with everyday tasks.

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Acer Swift 3 15.6-inch laptop: $669 $549 at Walmart
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The Swift 3 is a great option for those looking for a sturdy and stylish ultrabook at a fraction of the price of a Dell XPS or HP Spectre. This particular spec at Walmart features a 256GB SSD, 8GB of RAM, and a 10th gen Intel Core i5 processor - specs that will cover you perfectly for most casual and work applications.

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Lenovo 14-inch Chromebook: $239 $188 at Walmart
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– The 32GB hard drive in this cheap Lenovo Chromebook means you'll be best utilizing the extra storage from the cloud and microSD card slot for most of your files. The MediaTek processor is an unusual step away from mainstays Intel and AMD that you would see in more premium models. However, you do get 4GB RAM and up to 10 hours of battery life with this Chromebook making it great value for money for a basic machine.

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HP 15.6-inch (i3) laptop: $399 $279 at Walmart
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– An excellent price for an all-purpose laptop that's also $50 less than the previous record low. The i3 processor, 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD are exactly what you need for a well-performing machine for work or general use and are rarely all included for under $300.

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HP 15.6-inch (i5) laptop: $379 at Walmart
For those who want a performance boost and have a little extra cash to splash you can upgrade to a version of the above HP laptop with an Intel i5 processor for $379. For those doing more demanding work or frequent multitasking, the value for money is undeniable as this is at least $50 less than laptops of similar specs.

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Canon Pixma MG2522 printer: $40 $29 at Walmart
Save $11 - Looking for a basic home printer in the Walmart Black Friday deals? The super cheap and cheerful Canon MG2522 can print, copy, and scan all your important documents at home. It's also small enough to not take up too much space on the desk. Holding up to 60 sheets of plain paper, It's a pretty simple machine, but the price is great.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab A7: $219 $139 at Walmart
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– Another product at a record low price in Walmart's early Black Friday sale. The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is an entry-level tablet with a 10.4-inch screen and 32GB of storage. For a bit of light browsing and media streaming it's a solid budget option.

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MSI Optix G272 27-inch 1080p Gaming Monitor | $398 $188 at Walmart
Save $210 - The MSi Optix G272 might only have full HD resolution (1080p), but it more than makes up for this with a refresh rate of 144Hz for more fluid visuals and a 1ms response time for quicker gameplay responsiveness, making this a great option for eSports enthusiasts.

Last year's best Walmart Black Friday deals: Headphones & audio

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Sony WH-1000XM4 wireless headphones: $349 $249 at Walmart
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If you're looking for the best headphones you can buy at a reasonable price, Walmart is one of three retailers along with Amazon and Best Buy hosting a huge discount on the Sony WH-1000XM4s right now. This offer isn't to be missed, as the pair rarely goes on sale cheaper than this.

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Beats Solo Pro wireless over-ear headphones: $149 $99 at Walmart
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This is a significant discount for the Beats Solo Pro, so we'd recommend acting as soon as possible to secure a pair of these brilliant sounding cans before Walmart inevitably runs out of stock.

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Anker Soundcore Select Pro Portable Speaker: $99 $50 at Walmart
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This fully waterproof speaker bears an IPX7 rating, and is packed with a punchy bass profile, making it an ideal portable speaker for parties and social gatherings. This is a superb discount, so we'd recommend acting fast before Walmart sells through its stock.

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Samsung HW-T415 soundbar: $149 $99 at Walmart
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Samsung make some of the best soundbars available to buy, meaning this incredible discount on the HW-T415 is well worth a look. This great sounding product also comes with a wireless subwoofer, perfect for those who love punchy bass.

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Apple AirPods (Gen 2): $119 $89 at Walmart
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– Here's the best price ever for the last generation Apple AirPods. You get up to 5 hours of listening time, though the included Charging Case provides enough battery life to last a whole day. At this price, they cost $90 less than the Gen 3 AirPods and $100 less than the AirPods Pro, so they're a strong choice if you're after some quality budget earbuds.

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LG 4.1 wireless soundbar and speakers: $189 $129 at Walmart
Save $50 - You can get a truly cinematic experience when you pair up your premium 4K TV with this great soundbar bundle. There's $50 off this 4.1 LG SLM3R soundbar which features a powerful subwoofer and two wireless rear speakers so you can cut those cables to keep your screening room nice and tidy.

Last year's best Walmart Black Friday deals: smartwatches

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Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS, 38mm): $169 $109 at Walmart
Save $60 - The Apple Watch 3 is the perfect choice if you're on a budget and just want a device that's great for the basics - alerts, music, and fitness apps. It's a little older now but it's still great in 2021 and this is an exceptional price if you want a new smartwatch.

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Fitbit Versa 2 Smartwatch: $199.95 $118.99 at Walmart
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Walmart's Black Friday Deals for Days sale has the feature-packed Fitbit Versa 2 smartwatch on sale for a record-low price of $118.99. The smartwatch provides a remarkable six-day battery life and allows you to store 300 or so songs on your wrist.

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VTech KidiZoom Kids' Smartwatch DX3: $59.99 $48.88 at Walmart
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- Get 'em started early with this award-winning kids' smartwatch from VTech. With a number of active movement games and fun education activities, a flashlight, camera with video and selfie function as well as a school mode which limits the device to only displaying the time, it's a great bit of starter tech before they're old enough to have a smartphone.

Last year's best Walmart Black Friday deals: Gaming

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Xbox Series S: $402.99 $299.99 at Walmart
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Featuring 512GB storage and one controller, it's a great choice as a Game Pass console, especially as cloud streaming is arriving for it. This means you can play games without it taking up space on your console, as long as you have a fast internet connection.

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Xbox Controller: $59.99 $49.99 at Walmart
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You can never have enough Xbox controllers, especially if you're planning on Halo evenings soon. These never usually go down in price, so it's a perfect time to snap one up for the collection.

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Turtle Beach Wired Force Recon 70 Arctic Camo Headset: $37.99 $23.00 at Walmart
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These are optimized for Xbox and Windows PC for gaming, so if you play a lot of Games Pass, these are a good pick. With a saving of $14, they're perfect to plug into your controller for low latency chats and sounds when playing a Halo match.

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Nintendo Switch & Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Bundle: $479.99 $299.99 at Walmart
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While this isn't the Lite or OLED model, you still get the same library of games as the other Switch models. With Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, you'll already have a great game to carry around with you, especially with $180 off.

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Mario Kart 8 Deluxe: $59.99 $49.94 at Walmart
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We're expecting to see Mario Kart 8 Deluxe drop in price during Black Friday, and sure enough, Walmart currently has a decent discount. We saw it go lower than this not long ago, but it might still be worth grabbing.

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Super Mario Odyssey: $49.94 $35.56 at Walmart
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Walmart tends to be a good place to get cheap Switch games during Black Friday, and this deal on Super Mario Odyseey knocks 13 bucks off the usual price. That's a great saving on one of the best Switch games around.

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Super Mario Party: $49.94 at Walmart
It might not be on sale, but Walmart's price for Super Mario Party is cheaper than both Amazon and Best Buy currently. We'd wait until November 26 to see if the price drops further, though.

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Super Mario Maker 2 | Nintendo Switch: $49.94 $39 at Walmart
Save $10 on one of the best Nintendo Switch games available: Super Mario Maker 2. Sure, it's not a fantastic discount, but every little helps in the run-up to Christmas.

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Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy with Walmart Exclusive SteelBook | PS4: $59.99 $25 at Walmart
Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy is great fun and will have you toe-tapping your way through battles. Considering it's not been out long, it's a welcome surprise to see Walmart discount the title by almost $35 - and it comes with a steel book.

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Call of Duty: Vanguard | PS5: $69.99 $39 at Walmart
Call of Duty: Vanguard is less than a month old, so Walmart slashing its price on PS5 is a welcome sight. The price is available to view in-cart, and when we added it, it would've cost us just $39.00. That's a serious bargain on one of the most hyped games of 2021.

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Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart | PS5: $62.99 $49.94 at Walmart
Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is up for a whole bunch of Game Awards right now and, thanks to this discount at Walmart, you can find out what all the fuss is about for less.

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NOW PREORDER - Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales | PS5: $49.88 $29.83 at Walmart
Spider-Man: Miles Morales is one of the most essential PS5 games and this discount from Walmart makes it even better. Considering it released just over a year ago, and remains one of the best PS5 games, picking it up for under $30 is pretty good.

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Far Cry 6 | Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One: $49.94 $35 at Walmart
Save $15 on the recently released Far Cry 6 for Xbox right now at Walmart. Thanks to Xbox backwards and forwards compatibility, this title will work on either Xbox One or Xbox Series X/S. So if you decide to upgrade, the game will come with you.

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Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu!: $49.94 at Walmart
Once again we're not seeing a discount in the US, but Walmart is offering the best price on Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! right now. 

Last year's best Walmart Black Friday camera deals

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GoPro Hero8 Black Bundle: $249 at Walmart
There's a whole lot of action camera tech in this GoPro Hero8 Black Bundle from the early Walmart Black Friday sale. In addition to the GoPro Hero8 Camera, you also get a dual charger and two additional batteries. The camera by itself is usually priced at $350 so this is definitely one to snap up before your next excursion.

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Sony A7R IV (body only): $4,334.92 $2,889 at Walmart
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Get Sony's best camera for landscapes and high-resolution shooting for its lowest-ever price. The A7R IV has very few weaknesses, thanks to its combination of great handling, class-leading autofocus, excellent 4K video quality and a superb 61MP sensor. Two years on from its release, it remains one of the best cameras you can buy - and this discount is absolutely ridiculous

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Fujifilm Instax Mini 7+ Camera + 10x Film: $59.99 $49.99 at Walmart
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- It's not the biggest saving, but the Mini 7+ is great way to get snap arty, credit card-sixed instant photos on the go. At less that $50, it's a great entry into film photography, and the perfect gift for any aspiring sharpshooter.

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Canon Pixma MG2522 printer: $40 $29 at Walmart
Save $11 - Looking for a basic home printer in the Walmart Black Friday deals? The super cheap and cheerful Canon MG2522 can print, copy, and scan all your important documents at home. It's also small enough to not take up too much space on the desk. Holding up to 60 sheets of plain paper, It's a pretty simple machine, but the price is great.

Last year's best Walmart Black Friday deals: Toys

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Classic Jenga: $12.00 $7.00 at Walmart
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- Take it back to the old-school with some stackable bits of wood. Hasbro's game of strategy and delicate digits is timeless, and Walmart is matching the best price available for Jenga right now. Just don't blame us when someone starts throwing the blocks at you when they lose.

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Fluxx FX3 Hoverboard: $199 $88 at Walmart
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- Joyride your way into Black Friday atop the Fluxx FX3. With a blistering top speed of 6.2 mph and with the power to to climb any incline of 5 degrees or less, it's a seriously mean machine. OK, maybe not, but if your kid's been hankering after a hoverboard, this an excellent mid-range model with a tasty discount to match.

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Lego Classic Bricks and Animals Building Set: $58 $29 at Walmart
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– With 50% off, this mega box of fun is a great way to get your kids into creative making and problem solving. Older kids might want themed sets like the one below, but for younger ones (and the true LEGO lovers), this is all you need.

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Lego Star Wars AT-ST Raider: $59.89 $39.99 at Walmart
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– This Mandalorian-themed Lego set is now half price at Walmart. It comes with four minifigures and an AT-ST walker which fires plastic missiles. It's not the biggest saving, so it might be worth holding out for better bargains, but at $40 it's certainly not a bad buy.

Mo Harber-Lamond
Mo Harber-Lamond

Mo Harber-Lamond is VPN Editor at Tom's Guide, and contributor for TechRadar. He focuses on cybersecurity content for Tom's Guide, and creates insightful content across the board to help readers make informed buying choices.