Walmart Black Friday 2016 Deals on Smartphones, Cameras and other gadgets

Walmart will not allow shoppers to go unhappy on Black Friday.  With magnificent deals, the giant-retailer will always provide satisfaction the day after Thanksgiving.

Upgrading phone this coming Black  Friday? Without a doubt, Walmart features some of the best deals on tech during the Black Friday shopping spree. Huge Savings on TVs, Mobiles and Cameras are available on Walmart on Black Friday 2016.

When it comes to smartphones and accessories, Walmart offers some of the best deals on Black Friday.

In recent years, Thanksgiving Day has not been spared from the cravings of shoppers throughout the country. It’s the start of the shopping spree that elevates through Black Friday. Walmart doesn’t fail its millions of shoppers by rolling out the Black Friday ads and flyers early to allow them to scan and look for the deals.

Technology plays a major role in the coming Black Friday shopping spree. With the quick advancement of technology, stores are going to offer high-tech gadgets on Black Friday.

Early Black Friday ads leaked at Walmart . This 2016 Black Friday, Walmart will surpass the product quantities by 50% than last year including hot-selling products such as TVs, Mobile, Cameras, Laptops and many more, especially online. Walmart for the first time is launching Black Friday deals on its mobile app starting this Thursday.

With few days away from the Black Friday shopping spree, Walmart rolls out its Black Friday 2016 ads and flyers. Christmas and Thanksgiving Specials would be hard to negate. Walmart is about almost everything but the big retailers leaked Black Friday ads and flyers are mostly about tech items.

Long-awaited Walmart Black Friday 2016 ad deals have finally arrived. 

This is the 2nd year when Walmart is offering majority of its Black Friday deals online, because more and more people are segregating their budgets between online and in-store. Offering Wristbands for certain popular items, has become a tradition for Walmart that guarantees every shopper who receives a wristband will get the product for sure even if goes out of stock. To help you locate the in-demand items that sell out fast such as TVs and toys, Walmart has launched interactive store maps, which highlights the popular product location. Millions of shoppers last year accessed these store maps.

Walmart Black Friday 2016 ad sales online begin at 12.01 on Thanksgiving Day and in-store doorbuster deals begin at 6PM the same day!

Customers looking to take advantage of No Contract Straight Talk Wireless” phone, here is your great chance. Walmart is providing Samsung Galaxy S 6 Smartphone (Straight Talk Wireless) at just $249 that brings a huge savings of $150. There has been great price cut on Samsung Galaxy Luna 4.5″ Android (Straight Talk Wireless) which is offered at $19.88 (was $99) and Samsung Galaxy Sky 5.0″ 4G LTE Smartphone (Straight Talk Wireless) comes at $49 after cutting $90 from the original price.

Walmart’s Black Friday wireless offer comprises of $250 Walmart gift card and $0 down when customers qualifies the purchase on Samsung or Apple phone and sign up for an instalment plan with AT&T Next or Verizon Device Payment. Phone will activated on 24th November at 9PM. On the phone accessories side, Walmart has Onn 3.5-ft. Micro USB Cable (Assorted Colors) available at $2 (was 4.88), wide range of Tzumi ProGlass for iPhone and Samsung phones at $4 each and Otterbox Defender case for iPhone 7, 6 5s and SE offered at $25.

If you have been looking at a great camera deal, then here is your stealer – Polaroid Instant Digital Camera Bundle offered at $84 and Polaroid Zinc Paper (20-pk.) at $9.97 both listed under “Special Buy” by Walmart. On a higher-end Canon SLR 2 Lens Bundle at $449 is of course a great deal that saves you $150. Arlo by Netgear Security Camera can be availed at $99 which was $169 earlier and Night Owl HD Security Camera is now offered at $194 after slashing solid $85. Also you won’t get a better deal on Nest 3rd Gen Learning Thermostat at $199 (was $249)

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