The biggest, baddest Black Friday ad of them all is now out: Walmart's ad for the day after Thanksgiving.
The deal site BFads.net says Walmart has a very unique deal this year: they will guarantee that you will get three of their hottest items, as long as you show up between 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. on Thanksgiving night.
If they sell out immediately (which typically happens), you will get a rain check, something stores almost never do on Black Friday.
The biggest thing to note is that the store opens and deals start at 8 p.m. Thanksgiving night, with some of the hottest deals hitting at 10 p.m. Then a new round go on sale at 5 a.m. Friday.
The "1 Hour In Stock Guarantee" (10 p.m. to 11 p.m. Thanksgiving night) features the following three items:
-Apple iPad 2 with a $75 Gift Card for $399.
-LG Blu-ray player for $38
-Emerson 32" LCD HDTV for $148
Other Walmart Black Friday deals that start Thursday at 8 p.m. (not part of the in-stock guarantee) include:
-HP 15" 4GB laptop: $279
-Compaq 15" 2GB laptop: $179
-Samsung 43" Plasma HDTV: $378
-XBox 360 bundle: $149
-Sony PS3 bundle: $199
As always, don't waste your money.
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