WASHINGTON — Walmart unveiled its final Black Friday sale Monday, capping of a season of holiday shopping deals.
The retailer has already had two other "deal days" events this month, and the Black Friday sale will operate similarly, in that Walmart+ customers get a head start, and that most of the sales are online at Walmart.com. But this time around, sales will be available for the entire week of Thanksgiving and Black Friday.
The week of Black Friday sales kicks off online on Monday, Nov. 22 at 7 p.m. ET, but if you're a Walmart+ customer, you'll be able to start shopping four hours earlier, at 3 p.m. ET. Like many other retailers, Walmart will be closed on Thanksgiving, though deals will still be available online. More deals will be available in store when stores open their doors at 5 a.m. local time on Friday, Nov. 26.
Some of the biggest sales this time around include electronics, video game consoles and clothing. Some of the most sought-after gifts of the year, the newest Xbox and PlayStation consoles, are available, though not for a discount. But finding any in stock has been difficult enough. Sony has even announced it's cutting production on PlayStation consoles because of component shortages. Those consoles will only be available online, while Walmart is also offering the last generation's Xbox Series S for $299.
Other deals Walmart is promoting include a 70" Roku-connected TV for $398, a Roomba vacuum for $349, an air fryer for $69, and more. The full list of deals can be seen on Walmart's website here.