Walmart Black Friday deals still available on Apple Watch, Instant Pot, Playstation

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Black Friday 2020 is here. As usual, online and in stores, Walmart is one of the most popular retailers to shop during

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This year, you can once again find great deals on all the products you need for gifting and personal use. A couple of the best deals available now are $102 off the Samsung 50-inch 6900 Series Smart TV and nearly $70 off the Apple Watch Series 6.

Below, you’ll find answers to frequently asked questions, plus the best deals you can take advantage of right now. 

The eighth-generation 10.2-inch iPad is the best option for most people, as it offers the best balance of performance and value. This $30 discount (Space Gray) is the best we’ve seen on this recently released tablet.

Best Buy is currently selling this iPad for $20 less than Walmart’s price.

The Roku SE is its entry-level device and streaming simply doesn’t get more affordable than this, with Walmart selling it at just $17.

Android tablets are a dying breed, but this Lenovo Smart Tab M8 is one of the best you can own. This usually $99 tablet doubles as a smart display, thanks to its included dock, and will sell for just $59.

Adding an SSD to your PC is a game-changer for performance and the Samsung 860 EVO is a great option to do so. It typically sells for $130 across online retailers, but right now you can grab a 1TB version for only $100. 

The Solo3 headphones are perfect for commuting, studying, the gym, or zoning out during family road trips. They’ve got good sound, up to 40 hours of battery life, and five minutes of charging equals three hours of playback.

The smaller-capacity version of the Duo Crisp, this Instant Pot adds air frying and sous vide tech to its already packed resume of cooking options. This pressure cooker, typically selling between $150 and $180, has dropped to $79 during Walmart’s Black Friday sale — the lowest price we’ve ever seen on this model.

Typically selling for $144 across other online retailers, this price drop to $89 is a solid price to grab a Sun Joe SPX 2003 for. This model comes with 3 spray tips and can generate up to 2000 PSI to clean with ease.

Discounted over 50{4deaea03d78349d2462fb96996a246ea5d0077172a16867ed072c7a64f0a268c}, this is an excellent deal for a Shark Navigator upright vacuum. It’s not as portable as a cordless stick vacuum, but this model is ideal for pet cleanup with its self-cleaning brush roll to prevent hair wrap.

Down by $6, this is a nice discount on a cozy, sherpa-lined heated blanket to keep you extra warm during the cold weather. We see plenty of deals on blankets during this season, but this is an especially affordable and powered option.

This 14-piece set comes with 7 differently shaped and sized bakeware containers, each with its own plastic lid. It’s a great gift set for anyone who uses their kitchen frequently, especially at this price.

One of the most annoying things about robot vacuums is their tiny dust bins. The Shark IQ RV1000S takes care of that by self-emptying into its base, which can hold 15 days’ worth of debris. You can also control it with your phone or via voice command.

Walmart Black Friday 2020 baby and kid deals

This baby gym has 20+ minutes of ocean-themed music and multisensory toys to keep your baby entertained. Down to $50, it’s an excellent price drop down from the typical $70.

Though it doesn’t usually sell for the $200 it’s listed at, this drop to $75 is still a great discount for a Nerf Rival blaster. It comes with 200 rounds and a rechargeable battery, ideal for any kid or kid-at-heart who yearns to shoot.

Walmart, like many retailers, is trying something new for Black Friday 2020 and Cyber Monday 2020. Instead of a weekend of markdowns and deals, Walmart will stagger its offers and introduce new ones every day until Black Friday. Of course, in-store on Black Friday, November 27 at 5 a.m. local time, but shoppers can order the same deals online on November 25 at 7 p.m. EST.

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Yes, but don’t expect the mad rush during Black Friday like in years past. This year, Walmart will also limit store capacity to just 20{4deaea03d78349d2462fb96996a246ea5d0077172a16867ed072c7a64f0a268c} during its Black Friday sales. Plus, there will be safety precautions, including masks for staff and shoppers, plus carts will be sanitized. 

Since Walmart scheduled each set of discounts online a few days in advance, shoppers should consider heading in-store only when they miss a deal.  

Every year around the holiday season, shipping delays and lost packages present a big headache for many consumers. To help alleviate that stress, Walmart offers contact-free curbside pickup for online orders. Going this route can save shoppers from any shipping-related headaches, so you’ll have your orders on hand much sooner than if shipped.

Historically, Walmart’s Black Friday markdowns are on par with those offered by Best Buy, Target, and Amazon — and this year is no different. Outside of a few select doorbusters, we expect 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. 

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