Walmart Black Friday 2018 deals: $199 Xbox, PS4 available now, $59 Instant Pot, $99 Google Home Hub coming soon

CNET | 11/18/2018 | Mark Serrels,
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Technically, Walmart's Black Friday sale prices are supposed to start online at at 10 p.m. Eastern Time (7 p.m. PT) on Wednesday, Nov. 21, while physical stores don't open until 6 p.m. local time on Thanksgiving. But here's the deal: Some Walmart Black Friday prices are available now, as of Sunday, Nov. 18.

In fact, many key deals -- including those $200 to $230 PS4 and Xbox One bundles -- are also available at Target, Best Buy and GameStop, too.

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Scroll down to see a few of our favorite Walmart Black Friday deals, starting off with the ones available now -- and check out more deals in the slideshow below.

A few notes to keep in mind:

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Deals available now are at the top; deals starting Wednesday are below, those sale prices won't be available until the sale begins (10 p.m. Eastern Time on Wednesday, Nov. 21).

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The PlayStation 4 is a great all-round console and Spider-Man is one of the best big-budget games released this year. This isn't the PS4 Pro. of course, but for the price, it's a great all-in-one PlayStation starter package with $100 off the hardware, and one of the year's best games (and a PS4 exclusive) thrown in for free.

Like the PlayStation 4 deal above, this isn't the more powerful Xbox One X, but it's still a great price, especially if you have kids obsessed with Minecraft. And you can sign up for Xbox Game Pass for $1 now through Jan. 3, too.

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This deal will be widely available during Black Friday week, but Walmart will have the 2018 iPad on sale first -- a great price for a great gift.

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