Walmart counters the Amazon Black Friday countdown sale with the Walmart Ultimate Online Specials sale starting also today.
Walmart has launched their early Black Friday 2012 sale tiled the Ultimate Online Specials sale on November 1 to battle the early Amazon Black Friday 2012 sale. The early Walmart Black Friday 2012 deals are only available on Walmart.com.
The Walmart Ultimate Online Specials already include some deals that are worthy to be associated with Black Friday. The early Walmart Black Friday 2012 deal highlight is the $179 32-inch Sceptre 720p HDTV.
Other interesting deals in the Walmart Ultimate Online Specials include $359 Sony PS3 Ultimate Bundle (Saving $70), Xbox 360 Gamer Bundle (Saving $50), iPod touch with Bonus Accessory Kit and a $79 7-inch Android Tablet. Also a popular deal right now is the $299 T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy SII with $30 AirTime Card.
Shop all early Walmart Black Friday 2012 Deals now on Walmart.com.
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