Best Walmart Black Friday Deals: 5 Must-See Discounts, Per Experts

The holiday season is officially upon us, and that means retail giants are already starting their Black Friday deals. From electronics to televisions, kitchen appliances, clothes, and everything in between, hundreds of items will be on sale as box stores look to move their product online or in-store. One of those retail giants gearing up is Walmart. That’s why StudyFinds has compiled a list of the top five best Walmart Black Friday deals.

Walmart’s Black Friday deals begin online on Wednesday, Nov. 8, and in-store on Friday, Nov. 10. However, if you are a Walmart+ member, you get a three-hour head start on Nov. 8, beginning at 12 p.m. ET. Not only that, but you can also shop early on Cyber Monday, which lands on Nov. 27. Walmart currently has its plus-membership for $49 until Nov. 8. The membership includes free shipping, unlimited free delivery, fuel discounts, and a Paramount+ subscription, among others.

Are you ready to start your holiday shopping? StudyFinds has found the top five best Walmart Black Friday deals. Did we miss one of your favorites? Let us know in the comments below!

Walmart mobile app
Walmart mobile app (Photo by Marques Thomas on Unsplash)

The List: Best Walmart Black Friday Deals, According to Experts

1. Samsung TVs

You can never go wrong with getting big-screen TVs on Black Friday and experts recommend going for Samsung. “Save $100 on the 65-inch Samsung Q60B QLED 4K Smart TV,” says Laptop Mag. “With Quantum Dot technology you get 100% color volume and a pixel resolution of 3840 x 2160. When you’re not streaming movies and TV shows, the built-in Samsung Gaming Hub lets you play your favorite games — no console required.”

65-inch Samsung Q60B QLED 4K Smart TV
65-inch Samsung Q60B QLED 4K Smart TV (walmart.com)

Dealnews recommends the discounted Samsung 55-inch 4K smart TV. “This is another Black Friday deal that will be available on November 8 and is notable for being a mid-size set from a big brand.”

One of ZDNet’s discounted favorites is the Samsung QN90C TV, which is hundreds off from the original price. “If you are shopping for a TV this holiday season or simply interested in the latest top-performing TV offerings, the Samsung QN90C TV is a great selection currently on sale at Walmart. ZDNET’s pick for best TV overall offers an updated Neo QLED panel, integrated speakers, and 120Hz refresh rates at 4K resolution.”

2. Apple Watch Series 9

Another popular Black Friday deal at Walmart this holiday season is the Apple Watch Series 9. “Your essential companion for a healthy life is now even more powerful. The S9 chip enables a superbright display and a magical new way to quickly and easily interact with your Apple Watch without touching the screen,” writes Entertainment Tonight. “Advanced health, safety, and activity features provide powerful insights and help when you need it. And redesigned apps in watchOS give you more information at a glance.”

Apple Watch Series 9
Apple Watch Series 9 (walmart.com)

“The new Apple Watch 9 features a faster S9 chip for better performance, 4-core neural engine, and an 18-hour battery life,” says Tom’s Guide. “It also supports Apple Double Tap, a new gesture that can be used to answer/end a call, stop a timer, play/pause music, or dismiss an alarm. In our Apple Watch 9 review, we said the Editor’s Choice watch got significant performance upgrades and remains the best smartwatch you can buy.”

Laptop Mag notes, “The Apple Watch Series 9 features a host of new features over the Apple Watch Series 8 including an all-new S9 chip, a brighter 2000-nit display and new double tap gesture.”

3. Apple AirPods with Charging Case (2nd Generation)

Another must-have Apple product this season is the Second Generation AirPods. “They feature Apple’s H1 chip for fast wireless connectivity with Apple devices,” says Tom’s Guide. “Although they’ve been outshined by newer models, in our AirPods review we said they’re a great pair of wireless earbuds that work seamlessly with iOS devices.”

Apple AirPods with Charging Case (2nd Generation)
Apple AirPods with Charging Case (2nd Generation) (walmart.com)

These are great for college students on-the-go. Why? “AirPods are necessary for studying, watching videos for class, or listening to music on campus,” notes Entertainment Tonight.

Dealnews writes, “This is an unbeatable offer for anyone looking to upgrade their AirPods, as it’s an all-time low for these headphones. Walmart+ members can snag this deal starting at 12pm ET on November 8, while everyone else can shop it at 3pm ET.”

4. Ninja Professional Blender

The only kitchen appliance to appear on the Black Friday list is the Ninja Professional Blender. “This full size Ninja blender comes with all of the features you need to make everyday recipes,” writes Tom’s Guide. “There are three speeds to choose from and it can make smoothies, frozen drinks, and dips/purees. All of the detachable parts are dishwasher-safe and the jug has a large 72-ounce capacity.”

Ninja Professional Blender
Ninja Professional Blender (walmart.com)

“The Ninja Professional Blender features a sleek design for your countertop and outstanding performance with 1000 watts of professional power,” says Entertainment Tonight. “Ninja Total Crushing Blades gives you true ice-to-snow crushing, blending, pureeing, and controlled processing.”

5. Chromecast with Google TV

Rounding out the top five Black Friday deals at Walmart is Chromecast with Google TV. “Chromecast with Google TV is one of the best streaming devices for Android users. I own this all-in-one streamer and it instantly turned my old TV into a smart TV,” writes Laptop Mag. “It makes it easy to cast and share content from a laptop, tablet or phone and access your favorite streaming apps in one place. It ships with a simple remote control which lets you search for what to watch using just your voice.”

Chromecast with Google TV
Chromecast with Google TV (walmart.com)

Business Insider recommends the Chromecast with Google TV 4K. “Unlike older versions, this 4K Chromecast model can play apps right from the device, rather than having to rely on casting from a separate smartphone.”

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Matt Higgins worked in national and local news for 15 years. He started out as an overnight production assistant at Fox News Radio in 2007 and ended in 2021 as the Digital Managing Editor at CBS Philadelphia. Following his news career, he spent one year in the automotive industry as a Digital Platforms Content Specialist contractor with Subaru of America and is currently a freelance writer and editor for StudyFinds. Matt believes in facts, science and Philadelphia sports teams crushing his soul.

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