Walmart Black Friday Ad for 2012: Three Events!

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The 2012 Walmart Black Friday Ad is now available and is filled with a bunch of good deals. You can view a complete scan of the ad by going here and clicking on the red “View Your In-Store Ad”.

There are multiple sections of this year’s Walmart ad to look at. It all starts with “Event 1″ at 8:0pm on Thursday, Thanksgiving Day. Yep…Black Friday is now Thursday night at Walmart. I’m not too sure how I feel about that. Then you’ve got “Event 2” which starts at 10:00pm on Thursday Night with 3 items included their “1-Hour In-Stock Guarantee”. Lastly, you can get in on “Event 3” that starts at 5:00am on Friday. Sheesh! Talk about complicated! I’m interested to hear what you all think about this new format. ;)

Event 1: Starting at 8:00pm Thursday, November 22nd

Toys and Games

Xbox 360 4GB SkyLanders Bundle – $149
Sony PS3 Bundle – $199
Skylanders Starter Pack – $38.96
Nintendo DSi XL Console – $99.96
Wii U-Draw – $10
Nintendo Wii Console – $89
Leap Frog LeapPad 1 Explorer – $65
Nabi 2 Kids’ 8GB Tablet – $129
Nabi Kinabis Alphabet Pack – $24.88
Little Tikes Dirt Digger or Front Loader – $10
Fisher-Price Construction Site – $25
Fisher-Price Learning Farm – $40
4-Piece Table Tennis Set with Paddles and Balls – $67.97
48” Air-Powered Hockey Table – $29.86
LifeTime Portable Basketball Goal with Clear 48” Shatterproof Backboard – $99.97

Event 2: Starting at 10:00pm Thursday, November 22nd

One Hour Guarantee Items

Emerson 32” HDTV – $148
LG Blu-Ray Player – $38
iPad 2 16GB with Wi-Fi – Comes with a $75 Walmart Gift Card – $399

Electronics

HP Deskjet 1056 Printer – $19
HP Deskjet 3056 Printer – $39
HP Deskjet 3526 Printer – $49
Toshiba 1TB Portable Hard Drive – $59
Sylvania 7” Dual-Screen DVD Player – $49
Garmin 5” Touchscreen GPS – $69
Nikon s3200 Digital Camera – $69
Samsung Smart ST195 Digital Camera – $99
Nikon D3000 Digital Camers/Lens Kit – $449
FujiFilm S4250 Digital Camera – $139
Nikon J1 Digital Camera – $399
Swann Home Security DVR Monitoring System – $199
Beats by Dr Dre Solo HD Headphones -$179.95
iPod touch 16GB – $195
Nook Color 8GB Tablet – $99
Mach Speed 4GB Touchscreen MP3 Player – $14
Sony Speaker Dock – $48.88

TV’s

HP 2000 Laptop – $279
Emerson 40” HDTV – $198
Vizio 60” LED Smart TV – $688
Orion 24” HDTV – $78
Samsung 32” HDTV – $248
Samsung 43” Plasma HDTV – $378
Samsung 46” Smart LED HDTV – $598
Samsung 51” Plasma HDTV – $478

Laptops

Campaq CQ58 Presario Laptop – $179
HP 15.6” 2000 Laptop – $349
HP Pavilion Omni All-In-One Desktop – $389

Other Electronics

Philips 3D Wi-Fi Blu-Ray Home Theater – $128
Samsung Sound Bar – $98
iLive 37” Sound Bar – $38

Event 3: Starting at 5:00am Friday, November 23rd

Electronics

Kenwood AM/FM/CD/MP3 Receiver and 2 Speakers – $88
Emerson 50” LCD HDTV – $298
Magic Bullet – $29
Sharp 70” HDTV – $1798
Samsung 39” LED HDTV – $398
Sharp 60” HDTV – $998
Canon T3 SLP Camera Kit – $449
Acer UltraBook – $499

(Thanks Grocery Shop for Free at the Mart for this year’s Walmart Black Friday Deals!)


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Comments

  1. Heather says

    I hate it!!! The Walmart by my house did this last year. If you didn’t participate last year you should also know that stores no longer have these sales in the department you would NORMALLY find them. So it’s really hard to get more than 1 of these deals. I use to go to Walmart and really stock up on toys, electronics, everything. But now you have to stand in a line for the TV in the produce department or kids scooters are in the baking aisle and miss out on other items. And its really hard to find the items you are there for because none of the staff knows where the lines are for the sale items. These are some great deals but last year I couldn’t get the deals and I don’t expect this year will be any different.

  2. Lesile says

    I loved Target’s version last year…Black friday deals available ONLINE on Thanksgiving. Then I was able to get the stuff I wanted and still be home to enjoy Thanksgiving, and I didn’t have to go at midnight or 4 am. I hope they do something similar again this year!

  3. says

    With this triple event format, my question is: What are the chances of you actually being able to catch the deals of “Event 2″ if you are stuck in line at “Event 1″???… It sounds like people will have to shop in teams on Thursday night, which might make it more crowded than ever… I don’t think I will be at WalMart on Thanksgiving night searching for the best Christmas gifts for women…I think I will have to make other plans…I think it’s just going to be too crowded…

    WAHM Shelley… :)

  4. mara says

    Walmart black Friday prices are great but all the stores should stop having their sales earlier! Black FRIDAY should be ON FRIDAY!!! It was so chaotic last yr. People ripped open the taped crates so some of the stuff was gone before it should have been. No lines, just craziness!

  5. Kristen via the Bargain Blessings Facebook Page says

    I think it’s terrible. Think of all those workers who can’t be with their families. Boo.

  6. Stephanie via the Bargain Blessings Facebook Page says

    I think it’s horrible. They keep pushing it earlier and earlier. Next thing you know they will start Thanksgiving morning. It’s just sad. No respect for the holiday or their employees.

  7. Evelyn via the Bargain Blessings Facebook Page says

    I love midnight openings. Kids are already in bed, so no worries. Taking all morning if needed ;)

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