With the holidays a few months away, Walmart unveiled its annual “Top Rated by Kids Toy List.”
Walmart is revamping its Black Friday sale by offering shoppers three chances to get the “best prices of the season.”
Weeks after “promising an all-new Black Friday experience,” Walmart unveiled Wednesday how it will spread out the savings in November with “Black Friday Deals for Days.” Instead of one sale that has traditionally started on Thanksgiving, there will be three different events online and in stores.
Walmart stores will be closed this Thanksgiving for the first time since the late 1980s and other retailers including Target and Best Buy are following suit amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Shoppers are expected to shop more online this year, and retailers have announced plans for more e-commerce sales to help reduce crowds and spread out demand amid COVID-19.Walmart’s “Big Save” sale that competes