Walmart Black Friday 2015 Sale Launched On November 1

Posted: Nov 1 2015, 2:07am CST | by , Updated: Nov 1 2015, 9:27am CST, in Black Friday 2019


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Walmart Black Friday 2015 Sale launched on November 1

The Walmart Hot Holiday Rollback sale has started in the early hours of Sunday, November 1.

The first early Walmart Black Friday 2015 sale has started online on As announced last week, Walmart leads the sale with the $199 Apple iPad mini 2 deal. This first iPad Black Friday deal of the season saves $70 over the regular retail price. Last year Walmart was offering the original iPad mini for $199. On Black Friday Walmart bundled a $30 gift card to the $199 iPad mini and offered it as a 1-Hour guarantee deal.

It is likely that Walmart will offer the same deal on Black Friday 2015 on the iPad mini 2. If you do not need the iPad mini 2 right now, it might make sense to wait and save more on in the Walmart Black Friday 2015 sale. You will have though to visit a store unless Walmart will change its 1-Hour Guarantee promotion and offer these coveted deals also online. In our opinion online 1-Hour Guarantee doorbuster deals would break the internet and put Amazon in a tough spot.

Amazon's Black Friday Lightning Deals are almost impossible to score. A guaranteed in stock offer from Walmart on popular items like the iPad mini would be a Black Friday sensation.

Back to the Walmart Holiday Rollbacks sale. Besides the $199 iPad mini 2, Walmart offers today a $69.99 RCA Pro II 10.1-inch 16GB Android Tablet, $159.99 Apple iPod Touch 16GB, $189.99 Apple iPod touch 32GB, $39 Apple iPod shuffle 2GB, $349.99 50-inch Sceptre X505BV-FMQR 1080p 60Hz LED TV, $299.99 48-inch RCA LED48G45RQ 1080p LED 60Hz TV and a $89.99 19-inch Seiki SE19HE01 720p LED TV.

Shop the best Walmart Black Friday 2015 deals on November 1.

Walmart needs a successful holiday sales quarter and the retailer expects more than 140 million customers each week and an expected more than 210 million visits to the Walmart shopping app in November and December. This up from 18 million in 2013.

Walmart plans to awe costumers with the offers this holiday shopping season. We will as in past years analyze all deals and guide you to the best Walmart Black Friday 2015 deals.

Walmart is a retail giant with fiscal 2015 revenues of $486 billion. The company serves close to 260 million customers each week in 11,532 stores in 28 countries and online. This number will peak during the Black Friday and Holiday shopping season. Walmart employs approximately 2.2 million workers worldwide.

The company struggles though with growth on several fronts. Walmart announced heavy investments over the coming years to improve stores and e-commerce services.

Again Black Friday retailers offer the whole month of November Black Friday 2015 deals. The highly anticipated Black Friday 2015 Ads have started to be released and leaked. We will bring you extensive news, ads, deals and reviews of everything Black Friday 2015 has to offer and will guide you to the hottest bargains like we did in the past years.

If you have a question about Black Friday, drop a comment below or email us. Connect with Black Friday shoppers in our Black Friday Community on Facebook. Black Friday 2015 is on November 27th, 2015.

Read the latest Black Friday 2015 News and browse our Top 50 Holiday Tech Gifts Guide for gift ideas.

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