Walmart Black Friday deals are starting this week. On November 4, Walmart will release its first official wave of holiday sales. The retail giant is also promising an all-new Walmart Black Friday experience.
The biggest change in this year's Walmart Black Friday experience is the fact that Walmart brick-and-mortar stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Day. (The closures also affect Sam's Club stores). That's right; no more lining up outside stores immediately after finishing your turkey dinner.
This is a massive change because Walmart Black Friday deals have traditionally kicked off on Thanksgiving Day with its in-store Black Friday deals.
This year, however, Walmart will forgo the in-store shopping for a series of Black Friday sales it's calling Walmart Black Friday Deals for Days. A new wave of Walmart Black Friday deals will launch every Wednesday through the entire month of November. (Excluding November 18 only).
We also suspect that Walmart Plus customers will see exclusive savings or get first dibs on Walmart's Black Friday deals. The service, which costs $98/year, is Walmart's answer to the $119/year Amazon Prime. In the meantime, here are the best early Walmart Black Friday deals you can get now.