Walmart’s Black Friday Sale Will Start Sooner Due to COVID-19
The ongoing Coronavrius pandemic has changed our way of doing things and the upcoming 2020 holiday season will be no different.
Online shopping will be bigger than ever thanks to COVID-19. Here's something that might brighten your holiday season. Black Friday sales will be starting sooner than later to help you get a jump-start on your holiday shopping.
Home Depot has already announced their Black Friday sale will last almost two full months and will start at the beginning of November and last through the month of December according to an article from the USA Today.
Amazon will also join the list of retailers moving up their Black Friday deals. NJ.com reports that Amazon will start their Black Friday deals on October 26th through November 19th
Sam's Club will set a date in November and extend the Black Friday sale by announcing another date in December. Each Black Friday sale will last for a total of nine days so, you'll really be able to take advantages of some deals for your holiday shopping.
Walmart is the latest to announce their Black Friday plans. According to CNBC.com, the retail giant's Black Friday sale will kickoff online and consist of three separate events with separate categories on sale. .
If you love the Black Friday tradition of getting up early to shop, you'll still be able to get deep in-store discounts. Stores will open at 5 AM and will have limited capacity on Black Friday and workers will sanitize shopping carts.
The Black Friday sales events dates at Walmart are: November 4th online and in stores on Nov. 7th. November 11th online and Nov. 14th for in stores. November 25th online and Nov. 27th in stores.
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