Walmart Announces Even Earlier Black Friday Sales

To get great deals, you might have to eat Thanksgiving dinner on the go

If you’re a super serious shopper who can’t wait to jump on Black Friday sales, we’ve got good news.

This year, Walmart plans to begin its Black Friday sale two hours earlier than last year. The store announced that it will have two major sales events—one starting at 6:00 p.m. and another at 8:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving evening.

So if you plan to make the trip to Walmart for discounted holiday items, make sure you eat your holiday dinner really early—or take your turkey dinner with you. If that doesn’t appeal to you, USA Today reports Walmart will also have special online deals starting 8:00 a.m. Friday morning.

Best Buy, Macy’s, and Target also plan to have earlier shopping hours this year.

 

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  • Francis Beans

    Dear President/CEO’s, I want to thank you for “volunteering” your employees to work on Thanksgiving Day, whether by coercion, threat , or thin legal grounds. I want to thank you for requiring and DEMANDING your employees work on a day that is supposed to be about family and instead you have turned it into a day about share holders and corporate greed and imaginary sales…this goes out to every one of you CEO’s..who are home snuggled with your family on Thanksgiving~~SHAME ON YOU!!
    Terry Lundgren ~macys’s
    Hank Mullany ~Toys ‘R’ Us
    Gregg Steinhafel ~Target
    Bill Simon ~Walmart- the worst offender
    Hubert Joly ~Best Buy
    Kevin Mansell ~ Kohls
    Edward S. Lampert ~Sears