When is Black Friday 2018? It is $40 off for Black Friday and can replace a bunch of your existing kitchen gadgets.
Walmart has a quartet of additional HP laptops if you don't want the most bare-bones of specs.More news: Wayne Rooney farewell ticket sales will not go to player's foundation
Bizarrely enough, Walmart's other mobile tech Black Friday 2018 promotions look fairly underwhelming, including a $299 iPhone 6s Plus and $199 Samsung Galaxy S7 with prepaid Straight Talk service, a $79 Walmart Family Mobile iPhone SE, and a $99 iPhone 6 for Straight Talk or Total Wireless use.
There are a number of discounts in Walmart's Entertainment category that you shouldn't worry about passing by, including budget Bluetooth speakers and tablets and a bunch of video games and Blu-rays.
We'll be sure to track the Walmart Black Friday deals as they come online, so stay tuned for TechRadar for alerts on the best deals as they happen.More news: The 2018 Midterm Races You Should Pay Attention To
There are also a few contract-free smartphone offers, but the devices included are far from cutting edge. "During peak events like Black Friday, Target says team members will be located in the busiest areas of the store like Electronics".
Which retailers will be taking part in Black Friday? The online sale starts Wednesday, Nov. 21 at 10 p.m. ET.
And for those in London, Amazon will be hosting a Home of Black Friday pop up event to celebrate the start of the Christmas shopping season. We will help you out every step of the way.More news: Virat Kohli sparks controversy after he asks fan to 'leave' India
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