Walmart's "Black Friday Deals for Days" is back. Walmart announced the return of multiple sale events this November, meaning customers don't have to wait for the big day after Thanksgiving to grab deals. For the past two years, the mega retailer has spread holiday savings throughout November, with three weeks of special deals followed by a Cyber Monday event.
This year, there's a new addition: Walmart+ members will have early access. Program members, who pay $98 a year or $12.95 a month, can start shopping seven hours before the scheduled start times on Walmart.com for all three Black Friday events.
The full schedule:
- Nov. 7 starting at 7 p.m. EST (noon for Walmart+ members) online; Nov. 9 in stores
- Nov. 14 starting at 7 p.m. EST (noon for Walmart+ members) online; Nov. 16 in stores
- Nov. 21 starting at 7 p.m. EST (noon for Walmart+ members) online; Nov. 21 in stores
- Nov. 28 Cyber Monday (details to be announced)
"Black Friday has evolved over the years from a single day to an entire season and is without a doubt the most anticipated shopping event of the year," Charles Redfield, executive vice president and chief merchandising officer for Walmart U.S., said in a statement.
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Walmart isn't the only big-box retailer turning Black Friday into Black November. Target announced it is offering Black Friday deals earlier than ever.
The season of savings continues! Target’s Weeklong Black Friday Deals and guest-favorite Deal of the Day are available now, with major savings all season long on new and trending items, plus everyday essentials. Get the details and start saving: https://t.co/5JcMMSUb3y— Target News (@TargetNews) October 10, 2022
Target's deals started three weeks earlier than last year, with new savings listed every Sunday through Thanksgiving weekend. The store is also offering daily deals through Dec. 24.