How to shop Walmart’s Black Friday Deals for Days sale now (before everyone else)

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The first of Walmart’s three Black Friday Deals for Days events kicked off Nov. 3 at 3 p.m. EST for Walmart+ members — here’s a quick rundown of the absolute best deals available:


Walmart’s mega-popular Black Friday Deals for Days event is back with a vengeance.

The big box store has revived its monthlong savings event for the 2021 holiday season, this time dividing it into three separate sales — the first of which just went live on Nov. 3 at 3 p.m. EST for Walmart+ members.

Sign up now for just $98 a year to get early access to the sale from 3 p.m to 6 p.m. EST, or four whole hours before everyone else. (That’s on top of other Walmart+ benefits like unlimited free delivery and fuel discounts.) Deals are over for good as soon as they sell out, so it’s well worth it to get in there ASAP.



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Note that while Walmart does offer a free 15-day trial of its subscription service, early access to its Black Friday Deals for Days events is a special treat for paying members only.

Discounts on toys and electronics are the stars of this first sales event, which opens to non-Walmart+ members at 7 p.m. EST on Nov. 3 and remains an online exclusive until Friday, Nov. 5; after that, it continues with the same discounts in Walmart stores nationwide starting at 5 a.m. local time.

Keep scrolling to check out our top picks, or make a quick getaway to Walmart.com to peruse the sale in its entirety:

Best TV deal


the 65-inch Samsung TU7000 Crystal UHD TV displaying an image of a desert landscape

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Why we like it

Whether you’re more into playing GTA: Online or binging the latest season of You, everything looks good on this Samsung TU7000 Series TV, a 4K smart display with intelligent backlighting for stellar clarity, a zippy processor, and an Auto Game Mode that minimizes input lag. Get it on sale at Walmart for $568, or $82 off its $649.99 MSRP; ignore the site’s slightly lowballed list price.

Best laptop deal


the back side of a samsung chromebook 4

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Why we like it

A great pick for school, this 11.6-inch Chromebook boasts military-grade durability for protection against accidental drops and spills — plus, there’s a built-in Google Assistant for hands-free navigation. Walmart’s deal shaves a whopping 62% off its suggested retail price of $229.99. 

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Best robot vacuum deal


the eufy robovac 25c next to a smartphone displaying its companion app

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Why we like it

Pet hair is no match for this WiFi-enabled vacuum, which sports a tri-layer filtration system and three powerful, particle-loosening brushes. It can also run for up to 100 minutes at a time and dock itself to charge when it runs low on juice. Walmart will give it to you for just $99 during its first Black Friday Deals for Days event, which is 34% off its MSRP (and an exact match of its holiday pricing there last year).

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Best streaming deal


a black pair of the samsung galaxy buds+ next to a small black plus sign

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Why we like it

The most affordable 4K-capable media streamer is now even more so. Walmart’s selling it for just $19.88 at the moment, which is 43% off its $34.99 MSRP and its lowest price to date.

Best toy deals


the LEGO Classic Bricks and Animals Building Set spread out next to its packaging

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Why we like it

Featuring over 1,500 pieces in a rainbow of colors (which can be built into 10 different animals, each in their own settings), this massive LEGO set for ages 2 and up is an absolute steal at just $29. It usually retails for $58, so this deal saves you 50%.

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