The Walmart Cyber Monday sale has been announced by the retailer. Walmart says it is the biggest Cyber Monday Sale ever.
Black Friday is still a couple days away, but Walmart wants you to already know what the Walmart Cyber Monday 2012 Sale will be offering. Walmart announces its biggest Cyber Monday event ever with up to $1,000 savings on popular gifts online, including electronics, toys, video games and more. There will be actually a lot of changes compared to last year. The Walmart Cyber Monday sale already starts on Saturday.
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The Walmart Cyber Monday Sale has launched on Saturday November 24.
Kicking off Cyber Week earlier this year on Saturday, November 24 and lasting through Sunday, December 2, specials will be available online and refreshed EVERY DAY on Walmart.com. Even more, customers can get free shipping to home on over 100,000 items that customers want most, including nearly all electronics and toys, and can also choose free in-store pickup. And, for the first time, holiday shoppers can order gifts online and use Pay with Cash, including all Black Friday and Cyber Week online-only specials.
On Cyber Monday, November 26, Walmart will offer the single biggest savings of its Cyber Week event on hot items such as:
Samsung 55-inch 1080p Class LED Smart 3D HDTV - $1,498 ($1,000 savings)
Samsung 40-inch 1080p Class LED HDTV - $598 (nearly $400 savings)
Xbox 360 Skylanders Family Fun Bundle - $159 (nearly $100 savings)
Double Power T-711 with WiFi 7" Tablet, Featuring Android 4.0 - $59 (nearly $40 savings)
Little Tikes Kitchen - $50 (nearly $30 savings)
“We’re making this a holiday to remember with our biggest savings ever for Cyber Monday, expanded free shipping to home on more electronics and toys than ever before, and the option to pay cash for online gifts,” said Joel Anderson, President & CEO, Walmart.com U.S. “Plus, we’re adding new online, mobile and social options that give Walmart customers who ‘get connected’ early, exclusive access to the best deals.”