Hot Walmart Toys & More Sale Will Also Be Available Online This Weekend

Posted: Dec 16 2010, 2:52pm CST | by , in Shopping | Holiday Gift Guide
Updated: Dec 17 2010, 8:37am CST

 

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We already reported about the huge Walmart Toys & More Holiday Sale that will launch Friday at 9pm in-stores. Several of the deals are better than we have seen them on Black Friday. Walmart will for instance offer a Sony PS3 with bonus $100 Gift Card and the Wii with $75 Gift Card.

Other hot Walmart Holiday deals this weekend include a $349 32-inch Samsung LN32C350 HDTV with $50 Gift Card, $99 TomTom XL 335SE GPS with $30 Gift Card, $118 Magnavox Blu-ray Player MBP51120F/F7 with $40 Gift Card and $4 Zhu Zhu Hamster.

Walmart just informed that many of the in-store Walmart Toys & More deals will also be on sale online starting midnight PST on Saturday December 18th. This is the last weekend before Christmas and online shipping cutoffs are looming. Amazon for instance is already ending the free super savings shipping tomorrow for Christmas delivery.

Preview all the Walmart Toys & More Savings Event deals now on Walmart.com.

I4U News brings you daily Holiday shopping tips on new releases, pre-orders, hot deals, sales events and unique gadgets. Find the best holiday gift ideas and holiday deals in our Holiday Gift Guide 2010.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
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