New Early Walmart Black Friday TV And Video Deals Coming Wednesday

Posted: Nov 15 2010, 2:26pm CST | by , Updated: Nov 15 2010, 8:15pm CST, in News | Black Friday

 

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Walmart just informed us about new early Black Friday electronics deals that will be available starting Wednesday Nov. 17th. Most items will only be available in-stores, but select products will also be available online on Walmart.com.

Walmart took a breather last weekend and did not offer any new noteworthy early Black Friday deals. This changes Wednesday. The new deals include mostly TVs. See all deals listed below. The items that are also available online are marked.

New Walmart Deals (Nov. 17th):

  • LG Blu-ray Player with Ethernet; Streams YouTube, Picasa and AccuWeather (BD 530) – $65 (online too)
  • Select Blu-ray Movies including Karate Kid, How to Train Your Dragon and Iron Man 2 – $19.96 (online too)
  • 42” Panasonic Plasma HDTV (720p model) – $478 (online too)
  • 42” Vizio LCD HDTV (1080p model, 120 Hz refresh rate) – $558 (was $648) (online too)
  • 47” Vizio LCD HDTV (1080p model, 120 Hz refresh rate) – $698 (was $798) (online too)
  • 32” Sanyo LCD HDTV (720p model, 60Hz refresh rate) – $338 (online too)
  • 42” Sanyo LCD HDTV (1080p model, 120Hz refresh rate) – $548
  • 32” Sony LCD HDTV (720p model, 60 Hz refresh rate) -- $348 (available Nov. 19)
  • 40” Sony LCD HDTV (1080p model,60 Hz refresh rate) – $498 (available Nov. 19)
  • Mark your calendar for Wednesday or just follow us on Twitter to get reminded of this hot Walmart Sale on Wednesday. In the meantime you can browse the official Walmart Black Friday Ad that Walmart has posted on Facebook today.

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