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Walmart Black Friday Sale Now On: Check Out The Best Gaming And Tech Deals

Walmart has kicked off its Black Friday sale with deals on gaming, tech, and entertainment products.


Walmart's Black Friday sale is live and includes some incredible game deals, such as steep discounts on new releases like Deathloop, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Resident Evil Village. Walmart is also deeply discounting TVs, laptops, and many other tech and entertainment products. While in-store deals are live right now, we've also rounded up some of the best online discounts so that you don't have to risk going outside this Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

Best Black Friday deals at Walmart

Console restocks

Walmart will have the Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S in stock for Walmart+ members at 1 PM PT / 4PM ET. Stock for the PlayStation 5 Disc and Digital Editions will be available for Walmart+ members at 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET on Monday, November 29.

It's unclear if restocks will also be available for non-subscribers later tonight, but Walmart has been staggering restocks lately, so we wouldn't be surprised to see more restocks at Walmart throughout the week. Walmart will also have the holiday Nintendo Switch bundle, which comes with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and three months of Nintendo Switch Online for $300.

Black Friday gaming deals at Walmart

Nintendo Switch



Walmart Black Friday: TV and entertainment deals

You can save a decent chunk of change on several well-performing TVs. For instance, you can grab a Samsung 65-inch 4K smart TV for $568. In addition to TV deals, Walmart is offering discounts on select soundbars and streaming devices.

Walmart Black Friday: Laptop and monitor deals

Walmart has some great deals on productivity laptops, Chromebooks, and even mid-tier gaming laptops. You can grab the Lenovo Legion 5 gaming laptop for just $849. If you're in the market for a monitor, the Acer Nitro 23.8-inch full HD gaming monitor is on sale for $149.

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