Walmart Black Friday 2018 Extended With $199 50-inch 4K Smart TV Deals

Posted: Nov 24 2018, 12:15am CST | by , in Black Friday 2019


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Walmart Black Friday 2018 Extended with $199 50-inch 4K Smart TV Deals

The Walmart Black Friday 2018 sale continues.

Walmart extends the Black Friday 2018 sale over the weekend until the Walmart Cyber Monday 2018 sale begins at 12:00 am ET, Monday, Nov. 26. There is no slow down in Black Friday 2018 deals available at

We spotted a 50-inch 4K Smart TV priced at under $200. The 50-inch Polaroid 50T7U 4K Ultra HDR Smart LED TV is on sale for $199.99. The Polaroid brand has a big appearance this Black Friday season as bargain TV brand. Amazon has advertised two upcoming Polaroid 4K Smart TV Cyber Monday deals.

Besides this bargain 4K Smart TV, Walmart continues to offer the Samsung TVs and LG TVs at Black Friday pricing. Also available and in stock is the $199 Xbox One X Black Friday bundle.

In the toy section, a Barbie Dreamhouse is on sale for $159. It's not the latest Barbie Dreamhouse. Walmart has still deep stock of Black Friday toy deals across electric ride-ons, L.O.L. Surprise, Paw Patrol, and many popular Holiday toys.

Shop all Walmart Black Friday 2018 deals on While Walmart extends Black Friday over the weekend, Amazon is kicking off Cyber Monday Week on Saturday.

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