Walmart Black Friday TV Deals Start At $98

Posted: Nov 10 2016, 12:12pm CST | by , Updated: Nov 24 2016, 1:36am CST, in News | Black Friday 2017

 

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Walmart Black Friday TV Deals Start at $98
 

The Walmart Black Friday 2016 Ad advertises TVs starting at $78. Walmart offers deals on 4K TVs and full HD sets.

The Walmart Black Friday 2016 Ad is filled with Black Friday TV deals starting at $98. The 24-inch Samsung UN24H4000 is advertised for $98 in the Walmart Black Friday flyer. Walmart offers a mix of 4K and 1080p TV deals this year.

The featured doorbuster deal is 4K TV. Walmart offers the $298 55-inch Philips 4K Ultra HD Smart TV as doorbuster.

The most expensive TV in the Walmart Black Friday 2016 Ad is not a 4K TV. Walmart advertises the 65-inch Samsung UN65J6200 1080p Smart TV for $798. An interesting 4K TV deal is the 60-inch Samsung UN60KU6270 4K Ultra HD Smart TV advertised for $648.

Another 4K TV deal is the $398 50-inch Samsung UN50KU6200 4K Smart TV. Find below the complete list of Walmart Black Friday 2016 TV deals:

$98 24-inch Samsung UN24H4000 720p TV

$125 40-inch Hisense 1080p TV

$188 32-inch Samsung UN32J5205 1080p Smart TV

$225 50-inch Emerson 1080p TV

$248 40-inch Samsung UN40J5200

$298 55-inch Philips 4K Smart TV

$398 50-inch Samsung UN50KU6300 4K Smart TV

$398 60-inch Vizio D60N-E3 1080p TV

$398 50-inch Samsung UN50KU6200 4K Smart TV

$448 55-inch Samsung UN55J6201 1080p Smart TV

$599 65-inch Hitachi 65L6 4K TV - (On Sale Now)

$648 60-inch Samsung UN60KU6270 4K Ultra HD Smart TV

$798 65-inch Samsung UN65J6200 1080p Smart TV

The 13 Walmart Black Friday 2016 TV deals will be the target of Amazon during the Amazon Black Friday deals week. As in past years, we believe Amazon will match again deals advertised in competitor's Black Friday ads.

Find all Walmart Black Friday TV deals in the Walmart Black Friday ad. The best Walmart Black Friday 2016 deals to get do include several of Walmart's TV deals.

Walmart has discontinued the 1-hour guarantee deals, making it more difficult this year to get doorbuster deals at Walmart. Walmart says that it has stocked its warehouse with more than 1.5 million televisions, nearly two million tablets and computers and three million video games for the Walmart Black Friday 2016 sale. This sounds a lot, but the inventories for the doorbusters will not be very deep and spread out across all Walmart stores.

The Walmart Black Friday 2016 sale begins midnight, 12:01am ET on Thanksgiving Day online and at 6pm in stores. West coast Black Friday shoppers can start purchasing Walmart Black Friday 2016 deals online at 9:01pm Wednesday, November 23. Midnight launches eastern time are always more convenient for the west. East coast Black Friday shoppers will not get much sleep.

The big three Black Friday 2016 ads are released along with over fifty Black Friday 2016 Ads. Walmart, Target and Best Buy published their highly anticipated Black Friday 2016 ads on November 10. We have compiled everything you need to know about Black Friday 2016 in our Black Friday 2016 guide. Browse the big three Black Friday 2016 ads below:

Walmart Black Friday 2016 Ad

Target Black Friday 2016 ad

Best Buy Black Friday 2016 ad

 

The hardest to find Holiday 2016 gifts include Hatchimals, NES Classic, Pokemon Go Plus and the $99 Nintendo 3DS. Use our shopping guide to hunt these hot holiday gifts. Read also everything we know about the Amazon Black Friday 2016 sale, which we predict will be largest Black Friday sale in history. Black Friday 2016 is on November 25. Read the latest Black Friday 2016 news.

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