Walmart's Black Friday 2020 Ad Includes Major Discounts On Kitchen Gadgets
While holiday shopping season might look a little different this year to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Walmart is one of the many retailers taking the savings online — and slashing prices weeks before Black Friday. If you want to start planning for your gift list, Walmart's Black Friday 2020 ad has plenty of discounted finds.
Straying from the traditional Black Friday weekend deals after Thanksgiving, Walmart offered three different November savings weekends during its Black Friday Deals for Days events: Nov. 4-7, Nov. 11-14, and Nov. 25-27. They kicked off Wednesday, Nov. 4, when Walmart began rolling out major deals on electronics, kitchenware, and more, all month long — leading up to the biggest deals days during Thanksgiving week. Better yet, you can shop them all from the comfort of your home.
Online deals will go live on Walmart's website at 7 p.m. ET on Nov. 25, and Black Friday deals go live at midnight ET on Friday, Nov. 27, with in-store deals starting at 5 a.m. on Black Friday. The company first shared a preview of the deals with two Black Friday savings ads on Monday, Oct. 19, with some notable offerings.
Nov. 4-7 Deals
Amateur and longtime cooks looking to amp up their quarantine cuisine can still grab the $49 Instant Pot Viva 6-Quart Pressure Cooker (originally $99.99), as well as a $49 Gourmia 6-Quart Air Fryer, which is out of stock as of Nov. 24, but you can get an alert for when it'll be available again.
Other budget-worthy home gadgets included a $15 Magic Bullet Blender and a $49 smokeless grill (originally $118) — both are out of stock as of Nov. 24, but you can get an alert for when they'll be back in stock. Finally, you can still score a $177 iRobot Roomba 670 Robot Vacuum (originally $244) for easy clean up.
Nov. 11-14 Deals
The second weekend of deals dropped Nov. 11, with savings like a $35 Keurig K-Compact Brewer, although it's back up to $59 as of Nov. 24. Walmart will also rolled out out some major deals on smartphones through Straight Talk Wireless, including a $199 iPhone SE, which is $249 as of Nov. 24 (originally $349) and a $299 iPhone XR, which $349 as of Nov. 24, (originally $399). There are also a handful of Samsung phones still on sale, like the $99 Samsung Galaxy A21 (originally $249).
Nov. 25-27 Deals
Ahead of the Nov. 25 sales, Walmart dropped its final Black Friday ad, and there are plenty of deals to be had. The following sales drop at 7 p.m. ET on Nov. 25: To get cooking in the kitchen, you can score a special buy on this colorful $69 The Pioneer Woman 25-Piece Cookware Set, which includes utensils, two pans, a cast-iron skillet, and three pots in varying sizes. Perfect your skills with the $20 special buy on The Pioneer Woman 20-Piece Cutlery Set. Available in two fun patterns, the set includes cutting boards and cutlery essentials.
The kitchen deals continue with these offers dropping online at midnight ET on Friday, Nov. 27: $20 special buy on The Pioneer Woman 20-Piece Gadget Set, which includes cooking spoons, spatulas, and a holder for your gadgets. The special buys continue with the $20 Anchor Hocking 32-Piece Bake and Store Set, the $9.96 Better Homes & Gardens 23-Piece Prep Set, the $49 T-fal 22-Piece Cookware Set, and the $9.96 T-fal 5-Quart Nonstick Jumbo Cooker.
Once the deals drop online, they'll be available while supplies last, so you'll want to log on as soon as possible. In fact, holiday guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as of Nov. 19 recommends online shopping for Black Friday, and it lists "shopping in crowded stores" as a high-risk activity. Walmart will also be taking extra precautions for customers who shop in-store, like curbside pick-up.
If you shop in person, you'll want to follow Walmart's coronavirus policy, which includes wearing a face covering. Walmart will also be regulating social distancing and keeping a limited capacity, as well as the CDC recommendations as of Sept. 11, which includes washing your hands after handling merchandise, and keeping distance from other shoppers and employees as much as possible.
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