Walmart Black Friday 2017 Sales: Highly Elusive And Most Coveted Deals Available Online And In-App

Walmart's most elusive and coveted Black Friday deals this 2017 has started going on sale online and in-stores. 4 min

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Walmart’s Black Friday 2017 deals include Google Home, 4K Smart TVs, iPad and gaming systems like PS4 and Xbox One consoles.

Like many players this year, Walmart is starting its Black Friday 2017 deals a couple of weeks before Thanksgiving. In fact, there are a a lot of items on sale to consider buying right now. But the majority of the great deals and discounts will come live online at and in-app at 12:01 AM EST on Thanksgiving Day, November 23. That’s 9:01 PM Pacific Time on Tuesday, November 22. Meanwhile, the retailer’s brick-and-mortar location stores will then open at 6PM local time on Turkey Day. Walmart will open its doors at 12:01 AM. in most locations.

In the meantime, analyze all 36 pages of Walmart Black Friday 2017 deals at And keep an eye on our top picks for the best deals available right now.

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Element 39-inch Smart HDTV for $125

Honestly speaking, this is not the best Black Friday 2017 TV deal available right now, but this item is the cheapest among the 39-inch and 40-inch TV deals in the market. At $125 for a 39-inch LED HDTV, this might be worth taking the jump.

Sharp 55-inch 4K Smart UHD TV for $298

While Best Buy is offering a 50-inch Sharp 4K Smart UHD TV for $180, and Walmart has larger 55-inch 4K television model set for $298. Just remember that Amazon is also offering a the same size 55-inch TCL Roku Smart TV right now for a whopping $400, too.

Google Home Mini for $29 (save $20)

Google’s recently released miniature smart home speaker is popping up in just about every retailer’s Black Friday 2017 sale, and Walmart is one of them. Target is offering it for $29, plus a $10 gift card, but Walmart’s Google Home Mini deal on — which takes $25 discount your order when you use Google Express to pay — perhaps this deals is the best one yet.

Google Chromecast for $20 (save $15)

Walmart is selling Google’s streaming dongle at the cheapest price tag we’ve learned so far — $5 more affordable than Target is offering it for. And it supports streaming from all of the major platforms through Android or Apple devices as well as tablet or PC.

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Roku 4K Streaming Stick Plus $48 (save $21)

Roku’s 4K HDR streaming stick is up for grab. It has a pretty simple and neat user interface, more apps and the best search functionality. Walmart’s Black Friday 2017 deals price is $20 cheaper that what we’ve seen anywhere, and it’s bundled with one free month of DirecTV Now, one free month of Showtime, a $5 Vudu credit and an HDMI cable. With all that being said, this one is a fantastic deal.

9.7-inch 2017 Apple iPad, $250 (save $80)

Apple’s new iPad tablet 2017 edition was a great value at $330 only, when it debuted dating back in June. Now, we’re seeing it going for as low as $250 in a lot of Black Friday 2017 sales at Walmart, Target, Best Buy and Micro Center.

Sony PlayStation 4 GranTurismo Sport VR bundle for $299 (save $100)

Sony’s most accessible, affordable and user-friendly virtual reality gaming system. Walmart’s promotion is not just the gaming console but the whole rig — the cameras, two controllers, headset and game — for just about $30 more than the VR system.

Microsoft Xbox One S for $190 (save $90)

Walmart’s Black Friday deal on the Xbox One S console is pretty decent steal. But Target’s is much even better with a same $190 price tag, but it is bundled with a free $25 worth of gift card. With both deals from these big-box retailers, it’s unclear if any video game title comes on board.

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Legend of Zelda Edition Nintendo 2DS bundle for $80 (save $50)

This affordable and portable handheld gaming console for your kids is a good steal at only $80. The Legend of Zelda Edition Nintendo 2DS pre-loaded with Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time video game title. Keep in mind that this system doesn’t play classic SNES titles — you’ll need a pricier New Nintendo 2DS XL or 3DS XL for those classic games.

Samsung Galaxy S7 for $300 (save $100)

This one may be an old aged smartphone, but this Galaxy S7 is one of the best Android flagships in 2016 with a great performance, water-resistant technology with an awesome camera system and good battery life. And Walmart’s deal on this model, on Straight Talk Wireless, edges out most major telecommunication companies’ price by a couple of hundred dollars.

Apple iPhone SE for $100 (save $300)

The iPhone SE delivers most of what’s great about an iPhone in a compact size, hand-friendly form-factor design.

Google Home for $80 (save $50)

This home smart speaker from the search engine giant is great, and Walmart’s Black Friday deal makes this item even better. Like with the chain’s deal on the Google Home Mini, you get $25 direct discount on your order when you use Google Express to pay, bringing the total net price down to just $55.

Arlo Camera 3-pack for $200 (save $200)

Despite mediocre battery life, this cameras work well whether they’re resting on a flat surface near your router or placed a feet away. And this Walmart’s deal for three cameras at $200 only — is worth it.

JBL Flip 3 Bluetooth Speaker for $55 (save $15)

Loud sound, superb quality sound, loud bass, highly portable and splashproof in a single speaker. What more could you ask for from a portable wireless speaker? And Walmart’s price point is the best we’ve seen yet for this model.

JBL Clip 2 Bluetooth Speaker for $30 (save $15)

JBL’s most affordable wireless and immersible wireless speaker is fully worth the every penny, now that the world’s largest retailer has discounted it down to $30. You should buy it now.

Fitbit Charge 2 for $100 (save $50)

This Fitbit Charge 2 features a great OLED display, the screen display technology fount on many flagship smartphones and the latest iPhone X. And it comes with five-day battery life. Walmart throws in an extra band, making this a an interesting deal for a solid wearable fitness device.

Walmart’s Black Friday deals arguably the main event during holiday sale every year. Amazon, Target and Best Buy may be its closest rivals, but Walmart remains king of retail industry pushing out massive bargains and discounts across all the biggest consumer electronics goods. Now that Walmart Black Friday 2017 full ad has been released and it doesn’t disappoint.

Most of Walmart’s location stores will open their doors to start sales at 6PM local time on Thanksgiving Thursday and stays open until the night leading into Black Friday, November 24th. Should there is a coveted item such as an TV, gaming systems like Xbox One or PS4 consoles that you like to purchase, you should get in line early before Walmart opens its doors to the crowd.

Additionally, it should be worth marking your calendar on November 14 to check out for your local store map. Each and every Black Friday shopping festivity, Walmart will publish a store maps for every one of its location store. The Walmart store map will include the exact placement of the big ticket doorbusters within each local shop.

If you are not going to your local Walmart store to brave the cold whether and the frenzied crowd, you should be prepped to head over to to shop online or in-app all day on November 23th and on Black Friday (November 24th).

We have compiled and collated al the Black Friday deals for this year from major retailers, so bookmark this our Black Friday 2017 hub page for you to stay updated with all the daily breaking Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2017 deals this holiday sale season.

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Edison Tongol

Edison has been in the business since 2007, when he joined The Centrio Times (now Centrio News). There, he covers about e-commerce, major tech companies, startups and fast-growing small-medium businesses across all industries as well as sporting news.