Walmart Black Friday Ads 2011: Best Deals, Store Hours

By Deena Bustillo on
Black Friday is starting on Turkey Thursday this year! That's right, shoppers can start their bargain shopping on Thanksgiving in 2011. That way, you can polish off the stuffing and mashed potatoes and then head straight to Walmart. The doors open at the mega retailer at 10pm this year. Why the change? Well, apparently people would rather stay up all night than go to sleep and wake up at 3am to line up outside of their favorite retailers. “Our customers told us they would rather stay up...Read Full Story

Black Friday 2011: New Deals, Store Hours

By Deena Bustillo on
Guess what shoppers? Black Friday is starting on Thursday this year! That's right, some retailers are opening up late Thanksgiving night to give those looking for deals an even earlier chance to score on the holiday shopping. Walmart, for instance, will be open at 10pm on Turkey Day. “Our customers told us they would rather stay up late to shop than get up early, so we’re going to hold special events on Thanksgiving and Black Friday,” said Duncan Mac Naughton, Wal-Mart’s US chief...Read Full Story

Walmart Black Friday Deal - Xbox 360

By Livingly Staff on
Black Friday is starting on Thursday this year! Yes, that's right: Walmart announced select stores will open at 10pm Thanksgiving Day this year. Midnight Friday just isn't cutting it anymore. At that time, some of the best deals of the year will be on for toys, home, and apparel. “Our customers told us they would rather stay up late to shop than get up early, so we’re going to hold special events on Thanksgiving and Black Friday,” said Duncan Mac Naughton, Wal-Mart’s US chief...Read Full Story

Walmart Black Friday Ads 2011: New Deals, Store Hours

By Deena Bustillo on
Black Friday is starting on Thursday this year! Yes, that's right: Walmart announced select stores will open at 10pm Thanksgiving Day this year. Midnight Friday just isn't cutting it anymore. At that time, some of the best deals of the year will be on for toys, home, and apparel. “Our customers told us they would rather stay up late to shop than get up early, so we’re going to hold special events on Thanksgiving and Black Friday,” said Duncan Mac Naughton, Wal-Mart’s US chief...Read Full Story