Another day has passed, meaning we’re closer to Walmart Black Friday 2016 sales event. However, the US chain retailer have not yet officially announced to its plans as well as its ad catalog. But shoppers don’t need to wait to know what to expect from Walmart’s Thanksgiving Day sales and Black Friday deals 2016.
The indication are quite good that Walmart Black Friday 2016 deals will include 1-Hour Guaranteed In Stock promotion that made the big box retailer a popular Black Friday go-to store a couple of years ago. This will lets shoppers to make sure they secure the greatest Black Friday 2016 deals without waiting in queue line all night long and going home without the item they desired.
Thanksgiving Day sales and Black Friday 2016 doorbusters are amongst the biggest holiday shopping events at Walmart. Here is an early preview at what you American consumers expect from the Walmart Black Friday 2016 sales events.
The Walmart Black Friday 2016 ad will once again be loaded with electronics products most particularly major home appliances like TVs and other home theater items as well as handheld devices including smartphones, tablets and gaming consoles. These deals are among the Walmart Black Friday doorbusters for 2016.
The Walmart Black Friday ad 2016 is scheduled to be released on Friday, Nov. 11. Walmart advised shoppers to look for, “Early Access, Rollbacks and Early Bird Online Specials,” and to subscribe to its email alert to take advantage of the 2016 Walmart Black Friday ads access once it has been released to the general public.
We are seeing more and more retail chains pulling back to Black Friday openings, but don’t expect that from Walmart. Since opening on Thanksgiving mainly benefits deal-driven major retailers, including Target, Best Buy and Walmart, more non-seasonal chains are opting to stay closed on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24th. For an instance, the consumer electronics and home appliances superstore hhgregg, which hasn’t closed on Turkey Day since 2011, will remain closed on Thanksgiving, and the Mall of America — the largest shopping mall in the country — is only welcoming foot traffics on Black Friday itself. Mall developer CBL & Associates on October said that it’ll be closing its 72 malls, and Office Depot and Office Max won’t be opening either, even though it was opened last year.
On top of Walmart and other deal-driven retail companies including Best Buy, Macy’s, Target, Kohl’s, and Sears, Sam’s Club, Costco and among others, will all kick off Black Friday 2016 sales event a day earlier — on Thanksgiving Day.
In the past four years, Walmart has been offered a 1-Hour Guaranteed In Stock promotion for Black Friday doorbusters. We suspect that the Walmart Black Friday 2016 doorbusters to kickoff at 6 PM on Thanksgiving Day. Last year, Walmart has five 1-Hour Guarantee items including the Apple iPad Air 2 Gold 16GB WiFi for $399 ($100 off); Beats Studio Headphones for $169 ($130.95 off); an LG 55-inch Class Smart 4K UHD Smart TV for $698 ($300 off); Xbox One 500GB Gears of War Bundle with a $30 Walmart Gift Card for $299 ($50 off) and a 15-inch HP Touch Laptop for $249.
The Walmart Black Friday doorbusters will traditionally run between 6PM-7PM on Thanksgiving Day. If you are in line and get a wristband during this time period you will get your item that day with a limit of one item per customer, or before Christmas via Pick Up or Free Shipping options.