The Walmart Black Friday 2013 Ad has been released officially and the retailer also revealed to already open at 6pm Thanksgiving Day. If you do not want to spend Thanksgiving Day at a Walmart store, there is also a new sale called Manager's Specials on the actual Black Friday, November 29.
The Walmart Black Friday 2013 Ad has been officially released. This is 16 days ahead of the actual Black Friday. The 42-page Walmart Black Friday 2013 Ad is full with deals and as anticipated the Walmart Black Friday sale starts earlier than ever. The Walmart stores open at 6pm on Thanksgiving Day and will have three doorbuster events. If you are serious about scoring great Black Friday deals you need to be at 6pm at your local Walmart. The first wave of doorbuster deals has several must have deals. Walmart though also announced a new sale for the actual Black Friday 2013, November 29.
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Walmart is for the first time extending Black Friday deals with Manager's Specials. Throughout the store from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 29, Walmart will drop prices on entire categories and brands that are most in demand for holiday, as well as empower its local store managers to lower prices on other great items. For details, you must like your local Walmart Facebook page by visiting Walmart on Facebook.
The Manager's Specials sale will vary for each store. Will be interesting to see if the Manager's Specials will be offering interesting deals.
Browse the complete Walmart Black Friday 2013 Ad now to see all Walmart Black Friday deals.
Black Friday is very late this year falling on November 29th, 2013. Last year, Black Friday was on November 23rd. This year retailers have four full weeks to bombard you with special Black Friday 2013 sales until the culmination of the actual Black Friday 2013 and the encore on Cyber Monday 2013 (December 2nd). As last year, the Black Friday sales are already starting on Thanksgiving Day.
The Black Friday 2013 ads are already rolling in. Find all Black Friday 2013 Ads in our ad round-up.