Best Walmart Black Friday 2017 Deals For Nov. 5: Price Drop On Samsung TV Deal

Posted: Nov 5 2017, 12:27pm CST | by , in News | Black Friday 2017

 

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Best Walmart Black Friday 2017 Deals for Nov. 5: Price drop on Samsung TV Deal

The early Walmart Black Friday 2017 deals are here.

Walmart announced its Holiday 2017 shopping plans and kicked off an early Black Friday 2017 sale on Nov. 1. The Holiday Specials are across many categories including electronics, toys, video games, home and more.

Today, Walmart dropped the price of the best-selling early Black Friday 2017 TV deal by $100. Initially the Samsung UN55J6201AFXZA 1080P Smart LED TV sold for $597.99, now this 1080p Smart QLED TV is down to $497.99. Why this is a popular TV model is surprising as it's not a 4K TV. There are similar priced or even cheaper 4K Smart TVs available on amazon.com.

One of the first hot deals is on the Xbox One S 500GB. Walmart offers the Xbox One S 500GB Console with Bonus Game and Controller for $249. The regular price of the Xbox One S 500GB is $279. Walmart's deal is getting you a free controller and additional free game. You can choose the Xbox One S Edition and the additional game.

Best Walmart Black Friday 2017 deals for today:

Xbox One S 500GB Console with Bonus Game and Controller - $249

Samsung UN55J6201AFXZA 1080P Smart LED TV - $497.99

iPhone 6 32GB Prepaid - $199

12V MP3 Kids Ride on Truck Car - $199.99

KitchenAid Classic Series K45SSOB 4.5 Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer - $199

Dyson DC33 Multifloor Bagless Upright Vacuum - $199

Xbox One S 500GB Battlefield 1 Special Edition Bundle - $199

RCA Galileo Pro 11.5" 32GB 2-in-1 Tablet with Keyboard Case - $87.99

Shop all Walmart Black Friday 2017 deals.

See also the best Amazon Black Friday 2017 deals for today. The early Black Friday 2017 sales are underway from Amazon, Dell, JCPenney, Kohl's and others. Find the best Black Friday 2017 deals available today.

The Walmart Black Friday 2017 ad, Best Buy Black Friday 2017 ad and Target Black Friday 2017 ad are expected to be released on November 9. At this point, Black Friday deal hunters have almost all information to plan out the complete Black Friday 2017 deals hunt.

Black Friday 2017 is on November 24, 2017, but the Black Friday deal hunting begins now, check out today's Amazon deals.

I4U News provides again daily deals guide to the best Black Friday 2017 deals throughout November like in the past decade. Find all released Black Friday 2017 ads.

This year you can score the hottest Black Friday 2017 online doorbuster deals with our online inventory tracking app The Tracker. The app will notify you when the most popular doorbuster deals will be available online at Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, Target and other stores.

The Tracker app is available for free on iOS and Android. You can find the app in the app store with searching for just for "i4u". Alternatively, you can follow @TheTrackerApp Twitter account to receive the in-stock notification on all hard to find products of the season including the SNES Classic, Luvabella and Hatchimals Surprise and soon on Black Friday 2017 deals.

Find all of today's early Amazon Black Friday 2017 deals online at amazon.com. Amazon will release new early Black Friday deals each day now going forward. The Amazon Black Friday 2017 sale will be again spawning the whole Thanksgiving Week, ending with the Amazon Cyber Monday 2017 sale.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
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