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Walmart’s pre-Black Friday sales event begins today – here’s everything you need to know

Walmart Black Friday 2015 Deals

Rather than focusing on a single weekend in November, many retailers are extending their sales and special deals to cover the entire holiday season, well beyond Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Walmart is one of the companies kicking off holiday shopping in early November, and the retailer on Friday announced a new Season’s Best Online Special promotion that will run every single day throughout the rest of the holiday shopping season.

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These deals will be available online only, and will include special buys and rollbacks. Walmart told BGR that the items included in the promotion will have their prices slashed for at least 90 days, or while supplies last, with each day bringing 10 brand new online specials.

Walmart said that it’ll offer buyers bonus rollbacks at Black Friday and Cyber Monday-like prices to kick off the Season’s Best Online Specials event. Here are some of the tech deals included in Walmart’s special offer:

  • $429 PlayStation 4 Call Of Duty III Limited Edition Bundle with Madden or FIFA 16 Game (free shipping)
  • $399 Xbox One 1TB FIFA 16 Limited Edition Bundle with headset and controller (free shipping)
  • $199 Nintendo 3DS Handheld Animal Crossing Happy Home Designer Bundle (save $ 20 and free shipping)
  • $99.99 24-inch RCA HDTV (save $80 and free shipping)
  • $288 Dell 15.6″ Inspiron Laptop PC with Intel Pentium N3540 Processor (save $50 and free shipping)

These special online deals include various other products such as popular items in the toys, electronics, home, apparel and other categories. You can head to Walmart’s Daily Savings Center page to start exploring them.

Be sure to visit our Black Friday 2015 hub for more deals and sales events throughout the month.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.

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