I did not check all the deals, but all the Walmart TV sales offers that I compared to offers on Amazon were equal or better. I wonder if we should just cover Amazon's Black Friday deals as they manage to stay on top most of the time.
Let's for instance take the Samsung LN52B630. On Walmart it sells for $1,789. On Amazon it is only $1,589. Or let’s take another example where Amazon matches the Walmart price: Sony Bravia KDL40S5100. On Walmart this TV sells for $719. On Amazon this Sony TV sells for $718.99.
Walmart also has some TV bundle deals, maybe they work out better.
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