The Best Deals In The Walmart Cyber Monday 2.0 Sale

Posted: Dec 15 2014, 1:13am CST | by , in News | Cyber Week 2017


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The Best Deals in the Walmart Cyber Monday 2.0 Sale

Walmart offers another Cyber Monday Sale that started Sunday Night.

The Walmart Cyber Monday 2.0 sale has launched Sunday night and has several interesting deals less than 10 days away from Christmas. If you haven't been in shopping mood at the actual Cyber Monday 2014, you can score some good Walmart Cyber Monday deals today on

You can save again on electronics, toys, video games, clothing, gifts and more. Walmart offers free shipping on all orders of $50 or more.

We have looked at the Walmart Cyber Monday 2.0 deals and found these deals that stand out.

Walmart Cyber Monday 2.0 Deals

$259 40-inch Hitachi LE40S508 LED TV

$349 Xbox One Halo Master Chief Collection Bundle

$48 LG BP145 Blu-ray Player

$75 Zoomer Dino

$199 Power Wheels Teenage Mutant Ninja Jeep

$59 7-inch RCA Tablet + Keyboard Case

Shop the Walmart Cyber Monday Sale Online.

The Walmart online store has further established itself as a strong alternative to the Amazon online store this Holiday shopping season. Amazon is though often matching the deals offered by Walmart. So make sure you also check out the Holiday deals on Amazon. The Amazon 12 Days of Deals are underway right now with special daily deals.

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