How to Get the Most Out of Walmart's Cyber Monday Deals
As the biggest online sales event of the year, Cyber Monday never fails to draw shoppers everywhere to their computers — and for good reason, too: Cyber Monday often delivers even bigger and better savings than Black Friday deals. Plus, you can shop them all from the comfort of your own home. But of course, while you may not have to battle long lines and stampeding crowds, you may have to put up with discounted items selling out in record timing.
Fortunately for you though, we’re here with a guide on how to best navigate Cyber Monday 2018, starting with a lowdown on what to expect at Walmart’s Cyber Monday sales event.
When Will Walmart Cyber Monday 2018 Start?We’re expecting Cyber Monday deals to kick off early Monday morning on Nov. 26, as last year’s sales event started the Monday after Thanksgiving at midnight ET.
What Walmart Deals Will be on Sale for Cyber Monday 2018?While we’re still waiting for Walmart’s Cyber Monday 2018 ad to be released, we can forecast this year’s deals by looking at the previous year’s. Last year, shoppers were able to score big on popular electronics, including high-definition TVs, video game consoles, noise-canceling headphones, laptops, and Google Home devices.
What Were the Best Walmart Cyber Monday 2017 Deals?Click through and take note — some of these deals (or similar ones) might be available again this year.
RCA 55" Class 4K Ultra HD (2160P) HDR Roku Smart LED TV
To buy: walmart.com, $320 on Cyber Monday (originally $800)
Bose QuietComfort Noise-cancelling Headphones
To buy: walmart.com, $179 on Cyber Monday (originally $279)
Instant Pot Lux 5 Qt Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker
To buy: walmart.com, $49 on Cyber Monday (originally $59)
Sony PlayStation 4 Slim, 1TB Gaming Console
To buy: walmart.com, $199 on Cyber Monday (originally $331)
KitchenAid Classic Series Tilt-Head Stand Mixer
To buy: walmart.com, $199 on Cyber Monday (originally $229)