Walmart's Black Friday 2017 ad is out!


Apparently, you don't need to leave your house - oh, and it doesn't even have to be Black Friday.

The Richfield, Minn. -based electronics chain released its Black Friday ad Wednesday morning and made hundreds of the deals in it available through Saturday. Online, deals start at 12:01 a.m. Thanksgiving.

Best Buy is among the list of retailers who will be having online and in-store deals in the weeks leading up to Black Friday. The two days are close together and, truthfully, the deals will likely overlap with companies offering up the same discounts but with different branding. Many of them are publishing their Black Friday sale advertisements this week in a bid to entice shoppers through their doors on November 23 and 24.

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Since big-box retailers continue to open on Thanksgiving, the term "Black Friday" has become meaningless. It's just a way for retailers to take more of your money. Without a doubt, Walmart remains to be the main player in the Black Friday shopping bonanza primarily because of its many offerings that will benefit all the holiday enthusiasts.

Retailers are heading into this year's Black Friday with a lot of stuffing at stake: The battle between online stores such as Amazon (AMZN) and brick-and-mortar chains such as Toys "R" Us has intensified. Retail sales are expected to top $682 billion, according to the NRF.

Best Buy: Samsung 55-inch class LED 4K smart Ultra HD TV for $479.99 and Vizio 70-inch class LED 4K Ultra HD with Chromecast for $999.99. Also found in the Walmart ad is the ONN Tilting TV Wall Mount that fits 47"-80" flat TV for only $19, was 59.96, and the Atlantic Full-Motion Cas Spring Wall Mount fits most curved or flat 23"-60" TVs. In dealing with the Black Friday Walmart leaked ads, let us journey from Page 1.