Best Walmart Cyber Monday Deals In Tech

Posted: Nov 26 2017, 6:23am CST | by , in Cyber Monday 2019

Best Walmart Cyber Monday Deals in Tech

The Cyber Monday 2017 sale at Walmart has some hot deals.

Walmart will kick off the Cyber Monday 2017 sale at midnight Eastern. While reviewing the announced deals we noticed that several Walmart Cyber Monday deals are released prematurely. Read on to find out which Wamart Cyber Monday deals in tech you can already bag now.

The Walmart Cyber Monday deals list for 2017 features several breakout Cyber deals for tech products. The best TV deal is the RCA 55-inch 4K Roku Smart HDR LED TV, which will be on sale for $379.99. This deal shaves off another $50 from the current deal at Walmart for this 55-inch 4k Smart TV.

The 55-inch RCA RTRU5527-W is a 60Hz LED HDTV with three HDMI ports. Based on the specifications, the RCA RTRU5527-W supports HDR10. We could not find any reviews of the RCA RTRU5527-W to get an idea how good HDR support is. Either way, this is a great deal on a 55-inch 4K Smart TV. Roku is a solid smart TV platform, so you can't make a mistake in that area. Read more details about the RCA RTRU5527-W on

Walmart also advertises a 58-inch Samsung 4K Smart LED HDTV for $598. This Walmart Cyber Monday TV deal is likely on the Samsung UN58MU6070 4K UHD Smart TV, which is already on sale for $598. Another option is the Samsung UN58MU6100, currently on sale for $647.

The third Walmart Cyber Monday deal that triggered our interest is the Samsung Galaxy S7 prepaid for $299. This deal saves $200 compared to the current offer. The Samsung Galaxy S7 is on Straight Talk and this deal is already live now ahead of the Walmart Cyber Monday sale.

Walmart continues to offer the Google Home mini for $29 with $25 off the first Walmart order through Google Express. Find all advertised Walmart Cyber Monday 2017 deals in the Walmart Cyber Monday 2017 deals list.

We post the newest and best Cyber deals we discover here on the Cyber Monday 2017 Deals Tracker. You can browse through the best Amazon Cyber Monday deals and the best Walmart Cyber Monday deals. Besides Walmart and Amazon, Target, Best Buy, Sam's Club, GameStop and Kohl's are the most popular Cyber Monday 2017 sales.

This year you can shop the most coveted Cyber Friday 2017 online deals with the free online inventory tracking app The Tracker. The app will notify you when hot cyber deals become available online at Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, Target and other stores. Here is a brief video showing how the Tracker App works.

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 WowWee Fingerlings, SNES Classic, Luvabella and more.

Cyber Monday 2017 has come a long way in the past 12 years. Online sales have broken the record every year in sales volume. Cyber Monday, a term coined by in 2005, got established when retailers saw a trend of consumers shopping online on the Monday after Thanksgiving. Cyber Monday is a demonstration of the massive growth of mobile shopping. The mobile storefronts have become easier and faster to use over years than in the desktop browser.

The attention span of consumers has shrunken considerably. The Cyber Monday purchasing activity will be focused during the morning hours of Cyber Monday, Nov. 27. Consumers are planning less ahead and research deals just right before they want to buy.

Especially on high shopping traffic events like Cyber Monday, mobile shopping is the way to go, either through the mobile browser or shopping apps. The latest Cyber Monday deals are posted at Cyber Monday 2017.

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