Walmart’s Best Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals

The countdown to the biggest shopping days of the year – Black Friday and Cyber Monday – has officially begun. Whether you plan on braving the crowds or shopping online from the comfort of home, Black Friday and Cyber Monday are the perfect opportunity to get your hands on some of the latest tech gear. When it comes to top Black Friday and Cyber Monday retailers, Walmart is one of them. This year, Walmart is offering incredible deals on cell phones, laptops, tablets, and TVs – you won’t find these steals any other day of the year.

Why not start the holiday season off right, here are the biggest tech deals Walmart has to offer; and remember, these deals won’t last long.

Cellphone Deals

If you’re in the market for a new phone, or just want to upgrade to the latest model, Walmart has amazing Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, check them out below.

Samsung GS7 on Straight Talk  – $199

Regular Price: $329 Saving: $130

  • 32GB Storage, which can be expanded to 200GB
  • Long-lasting 3000 mAh battery
  • 2.2GHz quad-core processor

LG Xpression Plus on AT&T – $49

Regular Price: $99 Saving: $50

  • 5.3-inch HD Screen
  • 16GB Storage, which can be expanded to 128GB
  • 12MP camera with the ability to film $K video at 30 fps

Get a Walmart Gift Card when Purchasing Select Samsung or Apple Phones

  • $300 gift card on the Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+, S9, S9+, or Note9
  • $400 gift card on the iPhone 8, 8+ or X
  • $300 gift card on the iPhone XS, XS Max, or XR
  • Must purchase a qualifying AT&T Next, Sprint, or Verizon payment plan
  • Offer valid in store only

Laptop Deals

If a new laptop is on your wish list you’re in luck because Walmart has you covered. Here are the best deals on laptops from top brands.

Dell G3 Gaming Laptop – $849

Regular Price: $1199 Saving: $350

  • 15.6-inch Screen
  • 1TB Storage with a 256GB SSD
  • 16GB of RAM Memory
  • Intel Core i7-8750H Processor
  • Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti 4GB Graphics Card

HP Stream 11 Notebook – $159

Regular Price: $479 Saving: $320

  • 11.6-inch Screen
  • 32GB Storage
  • 4GB of RAM Memory
  • Intel Celeron Processor
  • Only comes in black

RCA Cambio 2-in-1 Notebook/Tablet – $89

Regular Price: $149 Saving: $60

  • 10.1-inch Touchscreen
  • 32GB Storage, which can be expanded to 128GB
  • 2GB of RAM Memory
  • 2MP front camera

Tablet Deals

Are you looking for an iPad or a tablet? Well, Walmart has incredible Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals on both, here they are.
iPad mini 4 – $349

Regular Price: $399 Saving: $50

  • 7.9-inch Touchscreen
  • Battery life of 10 hours
  • 128GB Storage
  • Wi-Fi only

Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6-inch – $129

Regular Price: $189 Saving: $60

  • 9.6-inch Touchscreen
  • 16GB Storage, which can be expanded to 128GB
  • Battery life of up to 12 hours
  • Plus, $25 Google Play credit included

Samsung Galaxy Tab E Lite – $77

Regular Price: $129 Saving: $52

  • Seven-inch Touchscreen
  • Up to nine hours of battery life
  • 8GB Storage, which can be expanded up to 32GB

TV Deals

Walmart has great Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales on the latest models of Smart TVs, check out these great deals on top brands.
Samsung 75-inch Class 4K Smart TV – $1197

Regular Price: $1499 Saving: $302

  • 74.5-inch Diagonal Screen Size
  • 4K Ultra HD Resolution
  • Built-in Wi-Fi

Samsung 58-inch Class 4K Smart TV – $447

Regular Price: $649 Saving: $202

  • 58-inch Diagonal Screen Size
  • 4K Ultra HD Resolution

Samsung 40-inch 4K Class Smart TV – $178

Regular Price: $198 Saving: $20

  • 39.5-inch Diagonal Screen Size
  • 4K Ultra HD Resolution
  • Includes a $20 VUDU credit

Tech Accessory Deals

Here are the top tech accessories you can snag this Black Friday and Cyber Monday at Walmart.
Samsung 38-inch 4.1 200W Soundbar – $169

Regular Price: $239 Saving: $70

  • Wireless rear speakers and subwoofer included
  • Able to connect to speakers via Bluetooth

Nvidia Shield TV Streaming Media Player with Remote – $139

Regular Price: $179 Saving: $40

  • Able to stream apps such as YouTube, Sling TV, Hulu, and PlayStation Vue directly to the TV
  • Able to control smart home devices
  • Built-in Google Assistant

Netgear Nighthawk AC2600 Wi-Fi Router – $99

Regular Price: $199 Saving: $100

  • Get Wi-Fi speeds of up to 2600Mbps
  • The three antennas are detachable

Smart Home Deals

Make your home into a Smart Home, here are Walmart’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals on Smart Home Technologies.

Nest Learning Thermostat (3rd Gen) – $179

Regular Price: $249 Saving: $70

  • Automatically adapts to the changing of the seasons and any changes in your lifestyle
  • Will learn to program itself after a week
  • Saves an average of 10-12 percent on heating bills and 15 percent on cooling bills

Altec Smart Home Security System – $69

Regular Price: $99 Saving: $30

  • 360-degree view HD video camera
  • Camera produces clear images during the day and night
  • Google Assistant built-in

Google Home Mini – $25

Regular Price: $49 Saving: $24

  • Get your questions answered directly from Google
  • Control compatible smart home devices
  • The aqua color is a Walmart exclusive

Gaming Deals

Get the latest gaming technology this Black Friday and Cyber Monday at Walmart, here are some of the top deals to check out.

Xbox One X 1TB Console NBA 2K19 – $429

Regular Price: $499 Saving: $70

  • 1TB of storage
  • The most powerful console on the market
  • Built-in 4K Blu-Ray Player
  • Includes access to hundreds of highly-rated video games like HaloMinecraft, and Ori and the Blind Forest, and various entertainment apps such as ESPN, Netflix, and YouTube
  • Comes with a digital code for NBA 2K19

Select Games for $25

  • Including: Call of Duty: WII, Detroit: Become Human, Far Cry 5, God of War, Just Dance 2019, Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle, NBA Live 19, The Crew 2

Select Games for $12

  • Including: Borderlands: The Handsome Jack Collection, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Fallout 4, Mortal Kombat XL, Resident Evil VII, UFC 2

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