Just like Best Buy, Walmart has kicked off Black Friday 2014 online sales on Thanksgiving Day and is offering buyers the chance of purchasing various products for a discounted price from the comfort of their own homes. The retailer has already published its massive Black Friday offer, revealing it has prepared some interesting tech deals for customers looking for electronic devices on Black Friday. More →
Here at BGR, we have made it our mission to save you as much money as possible this holiday season. You’ll find everything you need to know about the crazy Black Friday sales being held by major retailers like Best Buy, Walmart, Target and more in our huge Black Friday 2014 hub, but we’re also sharing plenty of deals from other retailers and early sales like the crazy pre-Black Friday sale going on right now at Amazon.
But Amazon isn’t the only big company getting a jump on Black Friday this year, of course. More →
With Black Friday 2014 fast approaching, buyers looking to score some amazing Black Friday deals should already be preparing for the major sale event of the holiday shipping season in order to make sure they’ll actually be able to buy the discounted items they’re looking for. Over the past two weeks, most major retailers in the U.S. have already revealed details about pre-Black Friday events, Black Friday sales, and even Cyber Monday deals. To help make sense of all the madness, BGR has prepared a handy Black Friday “cheatsheet” to help you get ready for in-store doorbuster shopping.
You’ll find tons of information for Black Friday 2014 events already announced by a variety of retailers, including Amazon, Best Buy, Costco, Target, Walmart and many others, such as opening hours, special sales, store maps for Black Friday (if available) and links to the full ads Black Friday showing all items on sale (available for most retailers). More →
After already kicking off a huge pre-Black Friday sale and revealing its full Black Friday 2014 deals, Walmart on Friday announced details for its Cyber Monday 2014 sales event. The huge sale will include plenty of interesting tech deals, though not nearly as many as Walmart’s Black Friday doorbusters. More →
After announcing on Wednesday that it’ll offer a week of extended pre-Black Friday deals starting November 21st, with special prices on some hot items including the iPad Air 2 and iPhone 6, Walmart has kicked off its big sale with official prices on other electronics that tech fans might be looking for this holiday season. More →
Some crafty customers looking to spend no more than $89.99 on a brand-new PlayStation 4 console this holiday season have already taken advantage of Walmart’s price-matching policy. They managed to scam the retailer into selling the console for that ridiculous price, which was previously used in a fake online Amazon listing from a third-party that Amazon later removed. Since then, Walmart has caught on to the trick, Business Insider reports, and will no longer honor fraudulent prices. More →
There are sure to be plenty of great gaming deals over the holidays, but not even the best of Black Friday is going to be able to compete with this ridiculous scam. Earlier this month, Walmart announced that it would match the prices of certain online retailers, including Amazon.
“We’re committed to providing low prices every day, on everything,” Walmart says on its website. “So if you find a current lower online price from an online retailer on an identical, in-stock product, tell us and we’ll match it.”
Even though there’s more than a week to go until Black Friday 2014 is here, some of the companies engaged in these fierce Black Friday wars are already prepared to offer customers some incredible deals. Such is the case with Walmart, which on Wednesday announced a few pre-Black Friday sales, including several hot iPhone 6 and iPad Air 2 deals.
Walmart’s Black Friday 2014 ad is already out, with regular Walmart customers likely planning their upcoming Black Friday shopping spree. The retailer has set up various sales events for Thanksgiving and Black Friday, but that doesn’t mean all buyers will have the chance to get their hands on some of the highly coveted items Walmart will have on sale without properly preparing their trips.
To help smart shoppers get ready for the huge sale, the company has set up store maps online, which reveal the exact locations of the hottest sale items in each individual store. More →
Most of MCX retailers, including Walmart and many other big names in the retail business, are not taking Apple Pay payments from iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus owners interested in using the functionality because they’re working on their own mobile payments app called CurrentC, which should be an exclusive wireless payment option for them, at least initially. More →
Apple is edging closer to declaring an all-out war against mega retailers like Walmart, Best Buy and CVS with its payment system. The big shopping chains do not want Apple butting into their customer relationship and have already rejected the use of Apple Pay. Yet despite the stringent opposition from the leading bricks and mortar players, Apple Pay is already more popular than all other NFC solutions combined after only one week of availability. More →