Walmart and BestBuy reveal their Black Friday offers

George, 12 November, 2015

True, there are two whole weeks until this year's Black Friday on November 27, but the build-up to the one-day shopping frenzy has already started. BestBuy and Walmart have published their offers and there are a few items to grab your attention.

Walmart will drop $100 off the iPad Air 2, though for a very specific Gold 16GB Wi-Fi only model and will sell you one for $399. An iPad mini 2 (16GB, Wi-Fi, space gray or silver) will go for $199, a $69 discount. Perhaps the best deal on an Apple product (sort of) is the $130.95 discount on Beats Studio headphones, for a sale price of $169.

If you're into Android, Walmart has a great deal for you too - a Samsung Galaxy S5 for just $229, albeit with a Straight Talk Wireless SIM. Now, the $250 advertised savings might be a little exaggerated, as you can find this 16GB model for less than $400 unlocked, but still.

BestBuy is big on wearables, promising savings up to $100 on the Apple Watch, as well as $50 off the Samsung Gear S2. Activity trackers from Fitbit, Jawbone, Samsung and Garmin will also be heavily discounted, and any second-gen Moto 360 will come with a $50 gift card.

The iPad mini 4 is BestBuy's choice for an Apple tablet discount, knocking $100 off the pricier 64GB/128GB versions. Meanwhile, the 12-inch MacBook, the MacBook Pro and 27-inch iMac will be graced with $150 price cuts. Samsung's more affordable Tab A and Tab E offerings will see price reductions too, while the flagship Tab S2 9.7" will sell for $399 instead of the regular $499.

Of course, those are just our quick picks after briefly grazing through the listings. Feel free to sift through the pages in preparation for yet another year of Black Friday deals on stuff you want, but most probably don't need.

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Reader comments

  • Aykxz
  • 26 Nov 2016
  • Pxs

No, you don't sound silly at all.I live in India and I was also thinking the same.

  • AnonD-463876
  • 13 Nov 2015
  • Y7u

No thanks, don't want to get trampled to death by duped and rabid shoppers, Cyber Monday has better deals anyway and you don't have to fear for your health and safety.

  • AnonD-465268
  • 13 Nov 2015
  • t7k

Such big stores already create the hype much before by the way of leaked ads. Some stores like Amazon had revealed black friday deals even on November 1st. Sites like periodically update on deals from such sites and from it i came to kno...

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