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Black Friday 2021 is officially here and deals are now live across all categories at Walmart. The retailer typically offers some of the best Black Friday discounts, and you can find tons of deals on products covering tech, home, fashion, and more.
The best Black Friday deals often have limited stock, so act quickly if you see something you like on sale. Don't be discouraged if the product you want is sold out, as we expect some items to get restocks throughout Black Friday, the weekend, and into Cyber Monday.
Insider Reviews tests products all year to produce expert reviews and buying guides. Below, we highlighted some of the best Walmart Black Friday deals available now on products we love and trust. Keep this page open and refresh it often to check out the latest and best discounts that are in stock.
The best Black Friday tech deals at Walmart
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The best Black Friday home deals at Walmart
The best Black Friday fashion and personal care deals at Walmart
When does Walmart's Black Friday sale start?
Black Friday 2021 officially started on November 26. Sales will continue through Cyber Monday , November 29.
Walmart's Deals for Days event launched November 3 and more early discounts arrived on November 22. Walmart stores were closed for Thanksgiving day; in-store and online Black Friday deals launched on November 26 at 5 a.m. local time.
How we select the best Black Friday deals at Walmart
- We only choose products that meet our high standard of coverage, from brands we've tested and trust.
- We compare the prices against other retailers like Amazon, Target, and Best Buy and only include the deals that are the same or better (not including promotional discounts that come from using certain credit cards).
- We research price history thoroughly, to ensure that every deal we list is actually worth your time.
Does Walmart have curbside pickup?
For contact-free shopping, Walmart offers curbside pickup. All you need to do is place an order online and select your pickup time slot. A Walmart team member will do your shopping and load them into your car from there.
Alternatively, some items can even be ordered online and picked up the same day. All you have to do is keep an eye out for products marked "Free Pickup Today" when shopping. Same-day pickup items are made available within four hours of placing your order — you'll get an email when it's ready.
What Black Friday deals should you buy at Walmart?
Historically, Walmart's Black Friday markdowns are on par with those offered by Best Buy, Target, and Amazon — and we expect this year has been no different. Outside of a few select doorbusters, we anticipate each retailer to price-match their competitor's prices during Black Friday. Shoppers can expect big savings on several TVs, streaming media players, kitchen appliances, and more.
Should I sign up for Walmart+ before Black Friday?
Paid Walmart+ memberships include a few extra perks this holiday shopping season. Subscribers received access to each phase of Walmart's Deals for Days sale four hours earlier than other shoppers in the lead up to Black Friday. In addition, Walmart Plus continues to offer the same set of standard perks year-round, like free shipping, scan and go, and free grocery delivery.
The service costs $98 a year or $13 a month. Signing up for Walmart Plus is a good idea if you're a frequent Walmart shopper, regardless of Black Friday.
If you're not interested in early access to deals, however, you will be better off signing up for a Walmart Plus 15-day free trial right before Black Friday. The free trial gets you free shipping without an order minimum, meaning you can make as many impulse buys as you'd like without worrying about shipping costs. On the downside, the free trial does not grant you early access to deals.
As a Deals Reporter for Insider's Reviews team, Sarah sifts through the depths of the internet to surface only the best of deals for our readers. Prior to joining Insider Inc., she was a Deals Writer at Wirecutter, a New York Times company. After graduating from California State University, Fullerton with a degree in Marketing, Sarah started out as a Freelance Deals Writer at Wirecutter; here she focused on newsletter creation, social media promotion, and syndication in addition to deals writing before stepping into a full-time role. Her accomplishments from this position, in addition to the countless deals she's written, include implementing multiple social media marketing campaigns and launching a Deals Facebook group for the company. Say hi (or send a picture of your pet) to Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org, or reach her on Twitter at @LordPonty or on Instagram at @lord_ponty. Learn more about how our team of experts tests and reviews products at Insider here. Learn more about how we research deals. Read more Read less
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