Walmart Black Friday 2015 Ad: The Best Deals

Posted: Nov 12 2015, 1:44am CST | by , Updated: Nov 12 2015, 5:04am CST, in Black Friday 2019


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Walmart Black Friday 2015 Ad: The Best Deals

The Walmart Black Friday 2015 Ad has been released. Here are the best deals advertised in the most popular Black Friday ad.

The Walmart Black Friday 2015 Ad has been released today, November 12. The Walmart Black Friday 2015 ad has been first made available in the Walmart app. The Walmart Black Friday 2015 sale will kick off Thanksgiving Day at 6pm in stores.

Walmart will offer the Black Friday 2015 deals online all day Thursday, November 26. Walmart said in the Black Friday sales announcement that the majority of Black Friday 2015 deals will be available online at this year.

The online Walmart Black Friday 2015 sale begins exactly at 12:01am PT on Thanksgiving morning.

The Walmart Black Friday 2015 Ad features a $269 50-inch 1080p LED TV and a $149 40-inch 1080p LED TV on the cover. Best Buy has 49-inch Toshiba 1080p LED TV advertised that beats Walmart's bargain TV offer. These two Walmart TV deals are on different brands depending on stores, likely Element and Sceptre. These two Walmart Black Friday 2015 deals are not in our top list. There are though much better TV deals inside the Walmart Black Friday 2015 ad.

The $125 32-inch TCL 720p LED Smart TV advertised on the cover, makes though the list of best Black Friday deals Walmart will offer. A 32-inch smart TV (powered by Roku) at a $125 price is an attractive offer. We expect that Amazon will match this Smart TV deal on Black Friday.

Walmart also drives down the price of Android tablets to new lows. The 7-inch RCA Voyager II 8GB, Quad-Core Android Tablet will sell for $28.88. Another hot deal from the cover is the $59 FitBit Flex, saving $40. The advanced Fitbit Charge HR will sell for $119.

Walmart will offer a huge 70-inch Vizio 1080p Smart LED TV for $898 and a 55-inch Hisense 4K UKD Smart TV for $448 are TV deals to consider. In case the 32-inch TCL Smart TV is not big enough, Walmart offers the 55-inch TCL 1080p LED Smart TV for $348.

The 55-inch Samsung UN55J6201 1080p LED Smart TV will sell for $498. The Samsung UN55J6201 is Walmart exclusive, but the Samsung UN55J6200 looks very similar. Sales price of the Samsung UN55J6200 is $750, making the $448 price of the Samsung UN55J6201 is definitely attractive.

Other interesting Walmart TV deals include a $198 32-inch Samsung UN32J4500 720p Smart LED TV and a $298 40-inch Samsung UN40H5203 1080p Smart LED TV.

The Roku Special Edition will sell for $25 and a Sony 2500 Wi-Fi Bu-ray player is advertised for $45. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite w/ protective Pouch is a special buy at $79.

The Walmart Black Friday 2015 bargain laptop is a $199 15.6-inch HP Intel Celeron, 4GB, 500GB HDD. For $100 more Walmart shoppers get a 17.3-inch HP laptop with AMD A6.

Walmart's lowest priced printer is a $19 HP 2541 wireless all-in-one printer.

A disappointment is the $199 iPad mini 2 deal. This is the same Walmart is offering since November 1.

Walmart will offer a $399 Canon Rebel T5 DSLR bundle that includes an 75-300mm lens and bag. The lowest priced point-and-shoot camera is a $46 Nikon Coolpix L31.

Walmart's smartphone Black Friday 2015 deals are $200 savings on any iPhone and a $250 on any Samsung smartphone. The savings are a combination of discount and gift card. Prepaid phone deals start at $24.

The Sony PS4 Uncharted Collection Bundle will sell for $299, which is another disappointing deal. The $299 Xbox One 500GB Gears of War Bundle with a $30 Walmart Gift Card offered as 1-Hour Guarantee deal is a better deal, but other retailers have advertised Xbox One bundles with bigger savings.

Walmart advertises one of the few Nintendo Black Friday 2015 deals. The Wii U Super Smash Bros. and Splatoon Deluxe Set is advertised for $249.

The Nintendo 3DS XL with Super Mario 3D Land will sell for $129. Exlusive to Walmart is a $12.96 30th Anniversay Modern Color Mario amiibo, a perfect stocking stuffer.

Video game deals start at $8, with 20 titles available at that price.

Movies on DVD start at $1.96 and Blu-ray movies start at $3.96.

The kitchen appliance deals start at $9.72 this year including a Oster 8-speed blender.

Walmart said that the majority of Black Friday 2015 deals will be on sale online, but not the 1-Hour Guarantee deals. To score these deals, you have to visit stores on Thanksgiving Day.

The Walmart 1-Hour Guarantee Deals include include an iPad Air 2 Gold 16GB Wi-Fi for $399 ($100 savings), Beats Studio Headphones for $169 ($130.95 savings), LG 55” Class Smart 4K UHD TV for $698 ($300 savings), Xbox One 500GB Gears of War Bundle with a $30 Walmart Gift Card for $299 ($50 savings) and 15” HP Touch Laptop for $249 (special buy).Find all Walmart Black Friday deals in the 32-page Walmart Black Friday 2015 Ad.

Browse all Black Friday 2015 Ads released so far.

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, find the best Black Friday 2015 deals and browse our Top 50 Holiday Tech Gifts Guide for gift ideas.

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