Wal-Mart is one of the many retail giants that celebrates Black Friday, a national bargain-shopper holiday, in a big way. The discount conglomerate is extending its hours, advertising deals upon deals and making key changes in its Black Friday specials this year.
Wal-Marts across the nation will remain open through Thanksgiving and Black Friday, with in-store Black Friday deals starting at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving. Its online Black Friday specials will be available on its site at approximately 12:01 a.m. Eastern on Thanksgiving, Time reported.
Wal-Mart is getting rid of its door buster deals this year, USA Today reported. Once Black Friday deals commence at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving, all deals will be offered through the following day — until they sell out.
Here are some of the deals found in Wal-Mart's Black Friday 2015 ad:
A 32-inch smart HDTV powered with content-streaming device Roku for $125
A $59 wearable activity-tracking FitBit device, originally $99
Beats Pill speakers for $149, originally $199
Canon Rebel DSLR camera for $399
A life-size Mickey Mouse plush toy for $20
$1 off Barbie Beach Dolls
A $9.72 Black & Decker coffee maker
Here is how Wal-Marts across the nation have looked like on past Black Fridays: