Have you ever shopped at Wal-Mart on Black Friday? Sure, the retail giant is famous for some of its insane doorbuster deals on the biggest shopping day of the year, but it's also famous for stampedes, fights and injuries. Nobody needs that stress.
This year will be different. Wal-Mart has announced that it will be offering the same exact in-store Black Friday doorbusters, online. So now, not only can you avoid the crowds, you can stay warm in your PJs and still get all your Black Friday shopping done, right from your couch!
Wal-Mart will still be opening at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving evening, but won't be having hourly deals. Instead, all deals will be available at once, both in-store and online.
However there is a little bit of fine print here with this year's big-ticket items. An estimated 96% of the products on sale on Black Friday will be discounted online and in-store, but if you want a deal on an iPad Air 2, Beats headphones, an Xbox One, HP Touch laptop and a 55-inch LG TV, you'll have to be lined up at the store between 6 and 7 p.m. to get the product or a voucher for the product, guaranteed to be delivered by Christmas.
Want to see all of Wal-Mart's deals for Black Friday? You can only get them if you download the Wal-Mart app. Click here to get it now.
But that's just the tip of the iceberg. If you want to see all the Black Friday deals, be sure to head to the Komando.com Black Friday home page to see more Black Friday ads than you can shake a stick at.
Want more help navigating Black Friday? Use Komando.com as your go-to resource!
- Want to know what will be big sellers this year? Click here for Komando.com's predictions.
- Click here to see what other Black Friday deals you can get right now.
- Click here to see the four things you DON'T want to buy on Black Friday.
- Did you know there are apps that can help you too? Click here to get three essential apps to help you on the busiest shopping day of the year. And if those aren't enough, here's a list of even more apps for Black Friday.