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Black Friday Ads from Walmart, Best Buy and Target are out. What are the best Doorbuster deals?

Black Friday Ads from Walmart, Best Buy and Target are out. What are the best Doorbuster deals?

If you love to shop, there's no better time of year than the day after Thanksgiving. And every year, it gets easier to plan your attack. Thanks to early Black Friday previews, you can start plotting your shopping tactics sooner than ever.

And this year's Black Friday shopping wars have heated up. The ads from Walmart, Best Buy and Target are now out, and of course, even hardcore shoppers can get tired of wading through hundreds of pages of ads, or keeping track of what stores are starting pre-Black Friday sales.

That's why we've gone through everything and listed what we think are the best gadget deals in these ads. Of course, it's still a matter of preference, so please check the ads yourself for anything that may catch your eye.

All in all, there's plenty of great deals to go around this year!

Walmart

Walmart is pulling out all the stops for its Black Friday sale with a barrage of heavily discounted 4K TV sets. (In fact, this year marks the cheapest prices we've seen for 4K TVs ever.) You can now take home a 65-inch Roku TCL TV or a Samsung 55-inch 4K TV for $398!

If you're looking for a secondary TV set for your home, 1080p and 720p sets have hit rock-bottom too across all retailers, with Walmart selling a 40-inch Hisense 1080p TV for $99. A few years ago, that would've been ridiculous but here we are.

Additionally, similar to Costco's 6th-gen iPad deal, Walmart is offering the 32GB version for a cool $249, an $80 savings.

All throughout this year's Black Friday sales, the battle of the virtual assistants is in full force, with both Amazon Echo and Google Home gadgets racing to the bottom. If you haven't picked up any of these gadgets yet or are looking into adding more to your smart home, this is the best time to pounce.

Walmart's Black Friday sales start on Thanksgiving Day, November 22, at 6 p.m. local time.

Its online deals start at 7 p.m. Pacific Time (10 p.m. Eastern) on Wednesday, November 21.

Walmart's Black Friday deals are available through Friday, November 23 (as long as they're still in stock.)

Here are the most noteworthy deals we spotted on Walmart's Black Friday Ad:

  • 65" 4K Roku TCL TV for $398
  • Samsung 55" 4K LED TV for $398
  • Vizio 60" 4K Smart TV for $498
  • Hisense 40" 1080p TV for $99
  • Samsung Chromebook 3 for $99
  • Apple 6th-gen iPad 32GB for $249
  • Google Home Mini for $25
  • Google Home Hub for $99
  • Smart Bulbs or Plugs for $10
  • Sony PlayStation 4 1TB Spider-Man Bundle for $199

Click here to check out Walmart's entire Black Friday ad.

Target

Not to be outdone, Target also has amazing deals for its Black Friday shopping rush.

4K TVs are also front and center with a 55-inch Element set selling for an insane $200. A 55-inch 4K TCL Roku Smart TV will also be available for $350 and a 50-inch Philips 4K set will be $250.

As usual, big-name TV brands are also getting massive price drops. A 49-inch and 43-inch LG 4K TVs selling for $330 and $270 respectively, while a 50-inch Samsung 4K TV falls to $330.

If you're looking for a second TV for your kid's room or kitchen and you don't really care for a 4K TV, Target will also offer a 32-inch Polaroid 720p TV for $80. For that price, it's worth picking up.

On the audio front, Target is also slashing the price of its Beats Solo Wireless Headphones down to $180, a $120 savings. If you've been hesitating on getting these headphones because of their outrageous prices, this deal may be enough to make you pull the trigger.

And like the other stores, Target is also going all-out with its virtual assistants with major prices across Amazon Echo and Google Home gadgets.

Target's Black Friday sales start on November 22, Thanksgiving Day, at 5 p.m. local time but will close its doors at 1 a.m. on that night.

The stores will then reopen on Black Friday, November 23, at 7 a.m. so everyone can resume their deal hunting. Target's Black Friday prices will be effective until Saturday, November 24 or while supplies last.

Note that some of Target's deals are only available in-store but there's plenty of them available online too.

Here are some of the most noteworthy Black Friday deals from Target:

  • LG 49" 4K TV for $330
  • Samsung 50" 4K TV for $330
  • 55" TCL Roku TV for $350
  • Vizio 50" 4K Smart TV for $300
  • Polaroid 32" 720p TV for $80
  • Vizio 28" Soundbar for $50
  • Google Home Mini for $25
  • Google Home for $79
  • Google Home Hub for $99
  • Beats Solo Wireless headphones for $180
  • HP 11.6" Chromebook for $200
  • 3rd-gen Echo Dot for $24
  • Fire HD 10 tablet for $100
  • Sony PlayStation 4 1TB Spider-Man Bundle for $199

Click here to check out Target's Black Friday ad.

Best Buy

Best Buy is also a popular place for Black Friday deal hunters. With thousands of deals made available during its Black Friday shopping frenzy, you're bound to find something you'll pick up.

Again, 4K TV sets are the stars of Best Buy's Black Friday show with both big name brands and off-brands taking massive price cuts.

One of the craziest deals this year is Best Buy's doorbuster 43-inch Toshiba 4K TV with Amazon's Fire TV built-in. This set can be yours for a mind-boggling $130. Another crazy deal will be a 55-inch Sharp 4K HDR Roku TV that will sell for $250

Samsung and LG have great 4K TV deals with a Samsung 50-inch set for $328 and an LG 43-inch set for $270.

For non-4K sets, a 40-inch Sharp 1080p TV will go for $150 and Best Buy's own Insignia brand will sell a 32-inch 720p set for $90.

Similar to other retailers, Best Buy will also slash prices on its Amazon Echo and Google Home gadgets and smart speakers across the board.

However, it will also offer a $100 discount to Apple's HomePod smart speaker, which will sell for $250. If you think the HomePod is too expensive, Best Buy's Black Friday deal will be the best time to get it.

Best Buy is actually running its early deals now through Sunday, November 11, but most of its crazy deals will be on Black Friday itself.

Like Target, Best Buy will open its stores on November 22, Thanksgiving Day at 5 p.m. local time then will close at 1 a.m.

The stores will then reopen at 8 p.m. on Black Friday, November 23, so you can mop up any deals you may have missed. Prices will be valid until Saturday, November 23 (if the items are still in stock).

Here are the best door busting Best Buy deals we've spotted so far:

  • 55" Sharp 4K Roku TV for $250
  • 43" Toshiba 4K Fire TV for $130
  • Samsung 55" 4K TV for $398
  • Samsung 43" 4K TV for $278
  • Sharp 40" 1080p TV for $150
  • ASUS 11.6" Windows 10 Home Laptop for $120
  • Lenovo 15.6" Windows 10 laptop for $200
  • Amazon Fire HD 8" tablet for $50
  • Amazon 4K Fire Stick for $35
  • 3rd-gen Echo Dot for $25
  • Amazon Echo Show for $99
  • Fire TV Cube for $60
  • Harman/Kardon Onyx Studio 4 Bluetooth Speaker for $140
  • Apple HomePod for $250
  • 6th-gen iPad 128GB iPad for $329
  • Google Home Hub for $99
  • Google Home Mini for $25
  • Fitbit Versa for $150
  • Ring 2 Video Doorbell and 3rd-gen Echo Dot bundle for $140
  • Sony PlayStation 4 1TB Spider-Man Bundle for $199

Click here to check out Best Buy's Black Friday ad.

Pro-tip: For more Black Friday ads from almost every store out there, you can check out blackfriday.com.

Costco Black Friday ad leaks $250 iPad, $200 laptops

Black Friday is quickly approaching and we have to start getting ready so we can make sure we get the best deals possible. Well, some of the deals have started to be leaked and they are quite impressive. We know Costcocan help us save on dog food or paper towels but this year they have some of the best Black Friday deals around. You won't believe some of the discounts.

Tap or click here to see what deals Costco has in store for online-only and in-store customers.

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