Walmart Will Have 3 Black Fridays This Year—Because There are No Rules in 2020

The biggest shopping day of the year is shaping up to look different in 2020, and Walmart will kick off the holiday shopping season with three Black Friday events.

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Don’t bother driving to your local Walmart after Thanksgiving dinner this year—it won’t open as it has in years past for early Black Friday sales. However, you won’t miss any deals, because Walmart is holding three separate sales events throughout November. Dubbed “Black Friday Deals for Days,” the national retailer will be offering deep discounts on the home products, technology, tools, and toys that top buyers’ wishlists.

With pandemic-related shopping concerns at the forefront, Walmart is spreading out its best deals and encouraging customers to shop online as well as in their local store. Here’s how to shop safely and get the best deals.

Shop Online First

To give at-home shoppers a chance to snag great deals, Walmart’s three shopping events will each start online. The next morning, Walmart will open local stores at 5 a.m., where even more deeply discounted deals can be found. Online shoppers can take advantage of 2-day home delivery or convenient curbside pickup.

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Walmart Black Friday Event 1: Nov. 4

Set your clocks! Event 1 starts online at 7 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Nov. 4, and in-store sales will begin Nov. 7 at 5 a.m. First event online (and in-store) deals can be found in the Walmart Deals for Days circular and include:

And for the kids, check out:

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Walmart Black Friday Event 2: Nov. 11

Don’t miss Walmart’s circular for its second Deals for Days shopping event that will go live online at 7 p.m. ET and will feature brand new sales items, including:

Walmart Black Friday Event 3: Nov. 25

The third and final Black Friday Deals for Days shopping event kicks off online on Nov. 25 at 7 p.m. ET, and in-store shoppers can head to their local Walmart at 5 a.m. (local time) on Nov. 27 (Black Friday). Deeply discounted deals will continue on a wide array of items for the home, office, and workshop, in addition to spectacular deals on toys, televisions, and much, much more.

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