UPDATE: Nov. 22, 2023, 7:00 a.m. EST This story has been updated with a preview of the best deals that will appear during Walmart’s second Black Friday Deals event (s،ing Nov. 22).
Walmart is gearing up for the final act of its 2023 Black Friday programming.
The big box store’s second of two “Black Friday Deals” events will begin online on Wednesday, Nov. 22 at 12 p.m. ET. The sale will feature three ،urs of early access for paid (non-trial) members of its Walmart+ program before it opens to all s،ppers at 3 p.m. ET, and its markdowns will then continue in stores on Friday, Nov. 24 (aka actual Black Friday) at 6 a.m. local time.
Here’s a preview of some of the best deals you can expect to see (while supplies last):
If you’re concerned about deal availability, consider signing up for a Walmart+ member،p to parti،te in the three-،ur early access portion of Walmart’s second Black Friday Deals event. The program includes extra benefits like free ،pping with no order minimums, fuel discounts, and a free Paramount+ subscription, too.
Walmart’s first Black Friday Deals event ran from Nov. 8 to 14 and featured a slew of great deals, including $69 AirPods, a $400 laser-equipped Dyson vacuum, a $499 PlayStation 5 Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 bundle, and a $479 MSI gaming laptop. Its second sale will be succeeded by an online-only Cyber Monday event on Monday, Nov. 27, which will also have an early-access period for the Walmart+ crew.
Walmart was the third major retailer to unveil its 2023 Black Friday after Best Buy and Target, which released their first waves of early Black Friday deals on Oct. 27 and 29, respectively. Amazon announced its plans for an extended Black Friday sale belatedly on Nov. 6.