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While the official Walmart Black Friday 2018 ad will likely release next week. Here's what to expect from Walmart Black Friday 2018 ad.1 min

Walmart Best Pre-Black Friday 2018 Deals Online Now Live - Apple iPad Mini 4, Xbox One Madden NFL 19 Bundle, HDTV, Turtle Beach and More Sales

While the official Walmart Black Friday 2018 ad will likely release next week, there’s no stopping Walmart to offer early deals. Here’s what to expect from Walmart Black Friday 2018 ad.

The month savvy shoppers have been waiting has arrived, and Walmart didn’t missed even a single day to offer early Black Friday deals. Walmart celebrates holiday sales season all month long by rolling out some irresistible deals from cosmetics to electronics to accessories — so shoppers don’t have to wait until Black Friday to do all of their shopping.

During the Walmart’s “Dashing through the Deals” pre-Black Friday sales event there will be a daily price drops. Today’s Walmart’s pre-Black Friday deals includes the popular KitchenAid Stand Mixer for only $189 and a 50-inch LED TV with $150 direct price cut. To make you get to score the best early Walmart Black Friday deals, better save this page because we’ll be updating this section regularly with worthy sales!

See also Walmart’s early Black Friday 2018 deals, Amazon pre-Black Friday 2018 deals, Costco Black Friday 2018 ad leaks, Target Black Friday 2018 Ad Preview, Apple Black Friday 2018 Deals Ad Outlook and Kohl’s Black Friday 2018 Sneak Peek.

The Walmart Black Friday 2018 ad will arrive earlier than ever, but the other major Black Friday 2018 ad scans will be released much even earlier. The Amazon, Best Buy and Target Black Friday 2018 ads are anticipated to be published in the second week of November.

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Ronald Delos Santos
Ronald has been a technology journalist since 2012 and was previously reporting for The Centrio Times. He also covered tech industry news in his first job as a reporter with a local magazine, based in Makati.