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Your Black Friday 2013 Walmart Guide to Home Tech

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Wal-Mart Black Friday 2013Love it or hate it, Walmart is the biggest retailer in the United States, and that means a lot of bargains, and a lot of competition, especially on Black Friday. While the majority of Walmart’s catalog covers items more akin to housewares, the retailer does a brisk electronics business. I’ve combed through their ad and pulled out the best home tech deals for you if you’re planning to hit your local Wally World the day after Turkey Day.

ONE HOUR IN-STOCK GUARANTEE

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Unspecified LG Blu-ray Player: $38
60″ 1080p Vizio Smart TV: $688
32″ Unspecified 720p TV: $98
32″ Samsung 720p LED TV: $227
40″ Samsung Smart LED TV: $397
46″ Samsung Smart LED TV: $497
50″ Emerson 1080p TV: $288
51″ Samsung 720p Plasma: $427
55″ Samsung Smart LEDTV (unspecified resolution): $727
Sony Wi-Fi Blu-ray Player: $48

$3.96 Blu-rays

Live Free or Die Hard
Twilight
Dark Knight Rises
Argo
Harry Potter 7.2
The Mummy
Hellboy 2
And more!

$6.98 Blu-rays

Lord of the Rings Theatrical Trilogy
Ted
Flight
Olympus has fallen
Red Dawn (2013)

$9.96 Blu-rays

Monster’s University
Oblivion
Epic
Internship
Pacific Rim
World War Z
Star Trek: Into Darkness
The Heat
Pacific Rim

A few tips if you’re itching to snag any of these days: Many Walmarts are 24 hours, so assume that if there’s something you want, people are going to be staking out those sections. Also note that Walmart stores open up at 6pm Thanksgiving night this year, instead of midnight or the more traditional 4am rushes. Carpe Nocturn!

Via: [BlackFriday.com]

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