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Walmart's Black Friday Sale Might Be Over — But The Deals Keep Coming

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It’s been a rough year for all of us, to say the least. To alleviate the (comparatively minor) stress of holiday shopping, we've sifted through some of the best Black Friday deals from Walmart to help you find thoughtful, easy gifts for everyone on your list. This year, Walmart has already kicked off a series of weekly deals on high-ticket tech items like gaming consoles, TVs, and wearables, along with smaller-scale gifts like warm slippers and Instax cameras that make for perfect stocking-stuffers.

While you won't want to wait until the last minute, there are plenty of items for friends and family that are eligible for free shipping and curbside pick-up.

Don't forget to treat yourself to a few new goodies, too. We know you’ve earned it.

Note: Updated on Dec. 6 to reflect most up-to-date deals on Walmart.com.


Snap up Apple AirPods Pro or over-the-ear, noise-canceling headphones from Beats By Dre for under $200.

As of Cyber Monday, you'll find a few more (rare) deals on hot home exercise equipment like exercise bikes and folding treadmills; 40% off an AncestryDNA kit ($59); and some pretty good deals on Playstation and Xbox games (30-50% off).

20% Off Apple AirPods Pro

33% Off These Beats By Dre Headphones

Sale price applies to red, light blue, and dark blue headsets.

40% Off This DNA Testing Kit

20% Off This Indoor Exercise Bike

This Gaming Headset For Under $50

Deals on Video Games & Accessories

Though getting your hands on a brand-new PS5 or Xbox Series X has become a highly competitive sport, you can still pick up plenty of the latest game releases at a discount.

50% Off Madden NFL 21

Also available for PS4/PS5 at the same price.

50% Off NBA 2k21

Also available for PS4 at the same price.

33% Off Link's Awakening

50% Off Red Dead Redemption 2

Also available for PS4 at the same price.

25% Off Super Mario Party

12% Off Portable Game Drives For Playstation & Xbox

Deals on Home Appliances

Walmart has some great deals on practical home appliances right now, with more to come throughout the month of December.

If you're in the market for a robot vacuum, strike now.

50% Off The Shark ION Vacuum

32% Off The Roomba 670

49% Off A Shark Robot Vacuum

34% Off This Bagless Pet-Friendly Vacuum

30% Off This Vacuum/Mop Hybrid

A wide array of home appliances from Ninja, KitchenAid, and more make for perfect gifts — or timely upgrades to your own kitchen.

34% Off This Nespresso Machine

10% Off This Personal Smoothie Maker

13% Off This Air Fryer

20% Off This Multitasking Air Fryer Oven

37% Off This Immersion Blender

30% Off This Colorful Knife Set


Shop screens and devices of all sizes for remote learning and Netflix-streaming sessions.

25% Off This Roku Media Player

30% Off This 4K TV

An HD TV On Promo For Just Over $100

Perfect for a bedroom or smaller-scale streaming needs.

A 4K TV From Vizio For Under $300

A Big-Screen 4K TV For Under $500

25% Off This Wall Mount


Shop sound bars, Bluetooth speakers, and affordable headphones for the audiophile in your life.

48% Off These Beats By Dre Headphones

40% Off This Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker

25% Off This Party Speaker

25% Off This Smart Speaker That Connects To Your Turntable

23% Off This Bluetooth-Enabled Turntable

10% Off These (Already Affordable) Wireless Headphones

28% Off This Sound Bar & Subwoofer Duo

61% Off The Google Nest Mini


A few more discounted goods for your mom, dad, and everyone else.

11% Off This Tool Kit

19% Off This Digital Picture Frame

51% Off An Inflatable Hot Tub

File this under: "If not now ... when?"

(Update: Sadly, this is out of stock, but Walmart has a bunch more options if you're still hankering for a pop-up hot tub.)

Some More Noteworthy Gift Ideas

Not on sale (yet), but totally worth it.

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