Walmart will be holding their Black Friday sale a little bit early, on November 7. Here are all of the details and FAQ answers that you need to know.
The Walmart Sale
Due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, the traditional Black Friday shopping experience will not take place. The retail giant has reimagined the annual event with a virtual and in-person shopping event for consumers. The Black Friday Deals For Days will feature a variety of different deals on a range of different products each day. Each item will be on sale for a limited time or until it sells out. Instead of one day, the event will be broken up into three segments. Each sale will launch on Walmart’s website before it continues in stores.
Customers will have the option to use Walmart’s contactless curbside pickup that is free. You can place your orders online or through their app for pickup. You can check-in through the app or call your local store, the phone number is on the curbside parking signs for easy access. Pop your trunk and then an employee will bring out your goods and leave them in your trunk. Be sure to roll up all your windows and remain in your vehicle. If you have any age-restricted items you will be asked to show a valid ID to an associate through your closed window.
The First Event
The first event began on November 4 online. It will kick off in stores on November 7 at 5 AM local time. This sale will feature deals on toys, electronics, and home products.
Additionally, Walmart will have its annual tire event in stores and online from November 7-13. Customers will get $20 off per tire along with free lifetime balance service from their local Walmart Auto Care Centers for all modular Goodyear brand tires