Walmart Black Friday 2015 Sales and Ad: Looking to buy a TV on Black Friday? Why you should you be aware of the door-buster deals, Shoppers are wise

Black Friday is finally here for all the avid customers of Walmart. Numbers of items have already been purchased and many are still available while supplies last.

 

Looking to buy a TV on Black Friday? Why you should you be aware of the door-buster deals. Walmart already released its Black Friday Ads to provide the shoppers guide during Black Friday. Walmart will always be part of the Black Friday shopping experience. The largest retailer of discounted products, Walmart, has finally revealed the plans for the upcoming Black Friday, 2015.

 

The entire collection comprises of 32 pages of door buster deals and a few more tricks here and there. One, for instance, is the Ad Match policy which will be applied in addition to the already reduced prices, where they will match the prices of any product to that of a printed ad of a local seller, who is selling it at a lower price than Walmart.

Some of the notable door busters from Walmart for 2015 include a 50-inch class HDTV priced at $269 and a 40-inch class HDTV tagged at $149, where the brands shall vary across the stores.

 

For those who are focused on fitness Walmart offers Fitbit Flex Wristband that is usually sold for $99 at just $59. The techies won’t be left out as RCA Voyager II, the Ad Free Version, that has 7-inch 1024×600 display with a 1.3GHz processor and 8GB if internal storage is al sale for just $28.99 slashed from its usual selling price of $48.99. There is a 32 –inch LED 720p SmartTV which can be used for streaming online content, media, movies and sitcoms from Roku, the largest streaming stick selling company, for a special price of $125 only. Video games are always the favorite purchases during the holiday season and Walmart offers any one of FIFA 16, NBA2K 16 or Madden 16 for just $27 compatible with any console such as Xbox One, 360, PS3 or PS4.

It is important to keep note of the timings as announced by Walmart in the final Black Friday 2015 ad. The online sales shall commence early at 3.01 AM EST Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, November 26th whereas the in-store deals shall commence only by 6.00 PM EST on Thanksgiving Day and continue until stocks last through Friday, November 27th.