Walmart’s Ad for Black Friday 2021 has leaked before time

Walmart’s Ad for Black Friday 2021 has leaked before time

Walmart Black Friday sale is on the way and this event’s advertisement has leaked beforehand. In this ad, some of the discounted items are listed. Among them, some big deals are already available. Samsung’s Chromebook 4, Galaxy Buds+, and Roku Ultra LT are among the discounted items. 

Walmart has announced that it’ll activate further discounts leading up to Black Friday. The retailer further announces that the members of the big-box retailer’s subscription shopping service, Walmart +, will have exclusive access to the item discounted on Black Friday, 4 hours before the start of the event. On this service, Walmart offers free delivery, saving on gas, access to the “scan & go” and a 15-day free trial. This service activates for $12.95 a month or $98 a year. 

The retailer has announced that there are discounted items already available on the Walmart website and has also provided an even earlier jump on their shopping, by offering certain Black Friday deals ahead of its three events. 

Walmart’s Black Friday sales start from Monday

Black Friday Event 1

The first sale of this year’s Black Friday includes “amazing deals on toys and electronics” Walmart has announced. Items such as a 55-inch TCL 4K Roku TV for $228 and Keurig K-Compact for $35 are offered in this sale. The first Black Friday event will begin online at 7 p.m. ET Nov. 3 and it’ll end at 5 a.m. local time Nov. 5. 

Black Friday Event 2

 The second sale, starting online from 7 p.m. ET Nov. 10 and at 5 a.m. local time Nov. 12, offers a discount on items such as home goods, hardline, etc. Walmart+ members have access to this shop from 3 to 6 p.m. ET Nov. 10.

Black Friday Event 3

 The dates of the last event are not provided. Walmart has announced that this event will be a wrap-up of a month’s saving that is going to bring its biggest and the best savings of the season for the most exciting shopping experience of the year. 

More and more retailers are following on the footstep of Walmart and are offering their whole sales and Black Fridays much sooner than the holiday season. Amazon, Target, and Best Buy are among these retail chains and their sale structures have proven to follow overwhelmingly positive feedback.