Without a doubt, people are crazy about the annual Black Friday sale. 2020 has come up with yet another twist as shoppers will be delighted to know that many retail stores are hosting more than one Black Friday sale. Walmart will have a three-week sale, whereas Dell is planning to have one for six weeks. These early deals have numerous affordable prices on some of the top-notch products available in the market.
When does the Walmart Black Friday sale begin?
Walmart has decided to have three Black Friday deals events this year. It will initially begin online and slowly move to physical stores. The chain is hosting the event under the name Deals for Days. The series is a part of the retailer’s events to spread out the shopping period to reflect the changing buying habits of customers in 2020.
Walmart’s pre-Black Friday sale kicks off on 4th November 2020. The second sale will go live on 11th November, followed by the final Black Friday sale on 25th November. The first Deals for Days event features gaming laptops, the second event introduces several notebook and tablet deals, and the third one is the full-blown Black Friday sale day.
What is Walmart offering in the Black Friday sales period?
Walmart is offering some of the best deals this year. It has been confirmed that the following products will be on display:
- TV – large 4K TVs for a small price
- Apple Watches
- Nintendo Switch
- Robot Vacuums
- Beauty products
Three laptops to look out for:
- HP Pavilion 15-dk0096wm Gaming Laptop – $140 off
- Lenovo IdeaPad 3 – under $150
- HP 14a-na0090wm 2-in-1 Chromebook – $120 off
Why is Walmart having three sale days in 2020?
Walmart declared the Deals for Days events shortly after it launched the Walmart Plus program. This program is a direct competitor to Amazon Prime. Customers are eligible for unlimited free delivery, cheaper gas prices, and other in-store benefits on a subscription of $12.98 per month ($98 a year). The Walmart Plus program is perfect for you if you are a frequent shopper at the stores. This is the best time to sign up for it! Additionally, Walmart also wants to increase its online traffic, and thus, it has kept its initial sale online.