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Best Buy releases its Black Friday deals on high-tech gadgets

11 November 2018

It will kickstart the Black Friday deals on its website at midnight on November 22, with several potential attractions in smart consumer electronics and kitchen gadgets.

The 4K Smart UHDTVs are the hottest-selling Black Friday deals for the second holiday sales season, and Walmart's leading doorbusters include a 65-inch Sharp 4K Smart UHDTV for only $398, one of the best markdown prices shoppers will find anywhere for that class.

Walmart has taken the wraps off its plans for Black Friday deals, publishing its ad in hopes that shoppers will add those items to their shopping lists. With so many 4K TV sizes on sale and all three gaming consoles with deals, there's a little something for everyone.

It will kick off Black Friday deals online at 10 p.m. ET on November 21, earlier than it ever has before.

The chain will host its inaugural Light Up Black Friday party from 4 p.m.to 6 p.m. local time on Thanksgiving, just before the deals land.

Black Friday is a few weeks away and while shoppers prepare their pockets for the multitude of sales, big retailers have already left the starting block in their preparations. The Black Friday deals will begin on Walmart.com earlier than ever this year-at 10 p.m. ET on November 21. Of course, RCA isn't exactly a top-tier PC brand, but that price is $30-$40 lower than we've seen so far for any laptop running Windows that we've previewed as a Black Friday deal. The company expects to pass out four million cups of free Keurig coffee and two million Christmas cookies from the store's bakery to customers. For consumers who prefer in-store shopping, stores will be open at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving until 1 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 23.

Walmart hopes that deep discounts on kids' bikes, wireless headphones, iPhones and Google Home devices will lure shoppers to stores.

Best Buy releases its Black Friday deals on high-tech gadgets