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Walmart’s Black Friday Deals Are Breaking the Internet! Prices Start as Low as $10



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Walmart’s Black Friday is finally here! The savings are incredible all around, and Walmart is leading the charge. The retailer just dropped a ton of discounts sitewide, including covet-worthy tech, toys, and even bedding.

All the big brands are massively on sale: Samsung, Bose, Nintendo, Shark, Tempurpedic, Revlon, Pyrex, The Pioneer Woman, Hamilton Beach…you know the drill.

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Walmart’s Black Friday Deals Are Breaking the Internet! Prices Start as Low as $10

Walmart logo displayed on a smartphone along with a shopping cart-Walmart's Black Friday

Of course, you can save even more if you're a Walmart+ member. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 15-day trial here, and a quick three-question survey will tack on an additional two more weeks for a solid 30 days of use. (And by the way, those without Walmart+ still get free shipping on orders of $35 or more.)

And when you sign up for Walmart+ you get access to Black Friday deals four hours early!

Prices for high-quality TVs from trusted brands like Samsung can approach astronomical territory really fast — so you need to jump on amazing deals like this one when they pop up.

It's got easy-to-use smart TV capabilities, which we're always on the lookout for these days. Plus, the 65-inch screen is souped up with techs like Pure Color, HDR, Edge LEDs, and contrast enhancers, which all work together to deliver a crystal clear picture.

“If you are at all on the fence about this TV, get it. I promise you won't regret it. It is so much TV for the money. Amazing picture” gushed one reviewer.

Check out Walmart's biggest Black Friday deals here.

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