Walmart Thanksgiving Day Sales Started Online

Posted: Nov 27 2008, 9:09am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:57am CDT, in News | Black Friday 2017


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Walmart Thanksgiving Day Sales started Online
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Walmart is offering a special Thanksgiving Day Sale today on their online shop.
One of the highlights today on Walmart is the Xbox 360 Thanksgiving Day Value Bundles starting from $288, depending on your additional choices.
The Walmart Thanksgiving Xbox 360 Bundle include your choice of Xbox 360 console, Additional wireless controller, 1-yr Xbox LIVE Gold Subscription, 2 games included with your console and your choice of an additional game. More details on Walmart. There are many more deals in toys, electronics and computers available on the Walmart Thanksgiving Day Sale. Visit Walmart Now.

If you would rather line-up in the middle of the night on Black Friday then check out the Walmart Black Friday Doorbuster Deals.
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