The 2019 Walmart Black Friday blowout has been over for a week now, but Cyber Week started strong a couple days later with Cyber Monday and there remains a boatload of online tech deals for bargain-hungry shoppers to feast on. Amazon reported record-breaking sales figures for Black Friday and Cyber Monday this year, although we won’t know whether Walmart will have once again retained its retail throne with the biggest numbers for Black Friday and the broader holiday season until the inevitable post-Christmas shopping sprees are over. Regardless of the final outcome, however, Walmart still has a bunch of online discounts ready to be snatched up — and even though Black Friday has passed, we don’t expect the flow of deals to slow down too much before 2020 arrives.
These extended Black Friday/Cyber Week and ongoing holiday deals include new rollbacks on 4K smart TVs, laptop computers, iPads, video games and consoles, Apple Watches, and many other electronic goodies to scratch your itch for tech and saving cash (which happen to be our two favorite things). This could be your last chance to score Black Friday-level discounts before Christmas arrives in a few weeks, so if you want to see what’s still on offer for Cyber Week as well as what might be left of Walmart’s Black Friday deals, you’ve come to the right joint. We’ve got all the best extended Walmart Black Friday and Cyber Week deals right here.
Walmart Black Friday deals
What we saw at Walmart for Black Friday 2019
To no one’s shock, the 2019 Black Friday deals immediately started flying off the shelves when Walmart opened its doors for shoppers at 6 p.m. ET on Thanksgiving. Throughout this year’s sales so far, Walmart has offered some tidy discounts on Apple stuff like the newest iPads, Apple Watches, and even iPhones, and all of these Apple deals have been very welcome considering that Cupertino tech doesn’t go on sale a lot. Walmart has also been running regular rollbacks on gaming systems (namely the PS4 and Xbox One, but we’ve also seen some great Switch bundles drop lately), laptop PCs, Chromebooks, and gaming desktops. And as the undisputed champion when it comes to deals on smart televisions, the number one American megastore has also been pumping out regular price cuts on 4K TVs all through 2019.
Those Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals disappeared quickly, though, and Cyber Week has largely been a rerun of that. Even with the floor-to-ceiling inventories that Walmart and other stores stockpile in the run-up to these sales, the best discounts on popular (and pricey) electronics like Apple gadgets, TVs, gaming consoles, PCs, and home appliances always get jumped on instantly. This is due in large part to more Black Friday weekend deal-hunters now scouring the internet for bargains from the safety of home rather than risking being trampled in an in-store stampede. That’s even more true for Cyber Monday and Cyber Week which, unlike Black Friday, have always taken place entirely on the internet.
If Lady Luck isn’t on your side and a special extended Black Friday, Cyber Monday, or Cyber Week offer you were after sells out before you get to it, don’t throw in the towel right away. You may still have a chance to score that deal via local pickup if it’s available at a Walmart store nearby. Having physical locations all over the U.S. is one considerable advantage that Walmart still has over online-only retailers such as Amazon.
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