Walmart notes in its ad and on the company’s website that deals start at 6 p.m. ET on Thursday, Nov. 23 in store and all day online. If you’re looking to get door crasher items, be sure to line up early to ensure that you can grab a ticket for those bigger purchases.
Samsung 32-inch curved monitor: $199 (usually $299)
PlayStation 4 Slim (1 TB): $199 (usually $299)
PlayStation 4 controller: $39 (usually $59.96)
PlayStation 4 Gran Turismo Sport VR Bundle: $299 (usually $399)
Xbox One S (500 GB): $189 (usually $229)
Xbox Live three month subscription card: $12.50 (usually $24.96)
Xbox One controller: $39 (usually $59.96)
Call of Duty World War II: $43 (usually $59.98)
South Park: The Fractured But Whole: $29 (usually $59.96)
Horizon Zero Dawn: $19 (usually $44.83)
Titanfall 2: $12 (usually $19.93)
There are a number of other games, DVDs and Blu-ray titles on sale for various prices, starting from $3 on select DVD titles. Those searching out new TVs or miscellanious electronic devices can check out Walmart’s entire catalogue of Black Friday deals.