Walmart Black Friday 2019 ad unveiled: Here are the biggest and best deals available now

CNET | 11/14/2019 | Staff
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Walmart has now delivered the Black Friday deals -- finally, after Best Buy, Target and Amazon announced their intentions over the past few weeks. The retailing giant has now unveiled its Black Friday ad -- and the full slate of 2019 deals and discounts on tablets, laptops, game consoles, TVs, streaming devices, toys, kitchen gear, video games and a range of other popular gifts for the 2019 holiday season.

Deals - Recap - Walmart - Sale

Before we get to deals, a quick recap of how Walmart's sale will work:

Walmart is also promoting a "Pre-Black Friday" event with a focus on toys and electronics that will start at 12:01 a.m. ET on Friday, Nov. 22.

Deals - Nov - Target - Best - Buy

As far as the deals coming on Nov. 27, many of them are similar or identical to what we've already seen from Target, Best Buy and other early movers. But given its size and scale, Walmart will undoubtedly scoop up plenty of shoppers, too. The early highlights, with savings versus MSRP (unless otherwise indicated):

40-inch Onn Roku TV for $98

Best - Buy - Deals - Black - Friday

Best Buy also continues to dish up new deals in its own Black Friday sale, including the brand-new MacBook Pro, a 65-inch Vizio M-series Quantum TV, Lenovo and LG laptops and more.

Of course, the deals listed above don't go live until after next week. In the meantime, we've assembled below the top Walmart deals available right now.

Killer - Deal - Version - Apple - Pro

This is a killer deal on an older version of Apple's iPad Pro. Yes, this 10.5-inch iPad was released in 2017 -- but Walmart's loaded configuration (512GB of storage, Apple's A10X processor) is a bargain at $599, even in 2019. Snap this up. Read our 10.5-inch iPad Pro review.

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