$298 40-inch Samsung UN40H5003AFXZA LED TV With Frozen Sing-Along Edition Offered In Walmart Pre-Black Friday Sale

Posted: Nov 19 2014, 9:30am CST | by , Updated: Nov 20 2014, 9:40am CST, in News | Black Friday


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$298 40-inch Samsung UN40H5003AFXZA LED TV with Frozen Sing-Along Edition offered in Walmart Pre-Black Friday Sale

The Walmart Pre-Black Friday sale on Friday, November 21 is not only matching advertised Black Friday deals of competitors, but has also a set of deals that have Black Friday quality.

Walmart announced today the Walmart Pre-Black Friday sale beginning at 8am on Friday November 21 and will run through Nov. 27. The deals are so hot that it is recommended to shop early. As reported Walmart will match select Black Friday deals of Competitors including possibly the $119 40-inch LED TV Target deal. Besides these Black Friday deals, Walmart also offers other Black Friday deals on Friday.


Confirmed. The the bundle contains the Samsung UN40H5003. See the Walmart Pre-Black Friday Ad.

Walmart announced to sell a $298 40-inch Samsung 40 LED TV with Frozen Sing-Along Edition. We assume that the TV model Walmart will sell for $298 bundled with the Frozen Sing-Along Edition is the Samsung UN40H5003AFXZA. The Samsung UN40H5003AFXZA sells for $398 on Walmart.com right now. It is the lowest priced 40-inch Samsung TV available from Walmart. 

The Samsung UN40H5003AFXZA is a 60Hz 1080p TV with 2 HDMI ports. The Samsung UN40H5003AFXZA is advertised in the Best Buy Black Friday 2014 Ad for $297.99. If it is indeed this TV that Walmart will offer in the Pre-Sale than this deal beats the Best Buy Black Friday offer because of the Frozen DVD freebie. 

Another possiblity is the Samsung UN40EH5000 selling for $427.99 on Walmart.com.

The Samsung UN40EH5000 is an Ultra-Slim (3.7") TV with 1080p, 60Hz and 2 HDMI ports.

The Frozen Sing-Along Edition DVD is a $14.96 value.

Walmart will reveal and confirm the model details tomorrow, Thursday, Nov. 20.

See all Walmart Pre-Black Friday Deals.

Shop the current Black Friday deals on Walmart.com.

See the Latest Black Friday 2014 News.

Enter our new $500 Black Friday Cash Giveaway to get a chance to bolster your Black Friday shopping budget.

The Black Friday 2014 Countdown is in its final phase. There are only days left until Thanksgiving Day when most Black Friday 2014 sales will begin. The Amazon Black Friday Deals Week will already launch on Sunday, Nov. 23 and there are more early access Black Friday sales events coming up.

The most important Black Friday 2014 ads have been released including the Walmart Black Friday 2014 Ad, Target Black Friday 2014 Ad and the Best Buy Black Friday 2014 Ad. The weeks ahead of the actual Black Friday 2014 are the ideal time to score Black Friday deals without the usual stress involved.

Some say Black Friday is over hyped, but if you know how Black Friday works, you can get the best deals of the year. We are providing with our full Black Friday coverage the information you need to find the best Black Friday deals. It is important to understand that Black Friday is not on the Friday after Thanksgiving Day it is already now. Many of the advertised Black Friday 2014 deals are already on sale now, if you know where to look.

Black Friday 2014 sales will seamlessly lead over into Cyber Monday 2014 sales starting on Sunday November 30. We have seen last year that many consumers still think Cyber Monday sales start on Monday. On Monday most Cyber Monday deals are already sold out.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
Luigi Lugmayr () is the founding chief Editor of I4U News and brings over 15 years experience in the technology field to the ever evolving and exciting world of gadgets. He started I4U News back in 2000 and evolved it into vibrant technology magazine.
Luigi can be contacted directly at ml@i4u.com.




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