The Walmart Black Friday weekend blowout has finally come to a close but America’s number one big-box store is going hard again today, having already rolled out plenty of 2019 Cyber Monday deals so far to give holiday shoppers one last chance to snag Black Friday-level discounts on all sorts of fun tech. And now that the mad Black Friday rush has concluded without too many casualties, Cyber Monday and Cyber Week present the best opportunity during the end-of-year shopping season to find last-minute online steals right from the comfort of home before Santa begins loading up his sleigh.
Through 2019, Walmart delivered some of its biggest deals yet on pricey items like 4K TVs, wireless headphones, PCs (especially laptops), and gaming consoles. There’s only a few hours left for Cyber Monday, though, which means that now couldd be your last chance to snatch up all of these remaining deals at such discounts before Christmas. If you don’t want to miss anything, then be sure to bookmark this page in your browser and check back frequently as we’ll be updating it constantly with the latest discounts throughout the rest of Cyber Monday, Cyber Week, and beyond.
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Walmart Cyber Monday 2019 deals going on now
- — $949 (was $1,399)
- — $279 (was $349)
- — $149 (was $199)
- — $328 (was $378)
- — $478 (was $700)
- — $399 (was $699)
- — $299 (was $400)
- — $35 (was $74)
How to shop the Walmart Cyber Monday 2019 sale
The rule of thumb regarding Cyber Monday is that if you come by a great deal on something you’ve been eyeing, don’t hesitate to click that “add to cart” button. Walmart changes up its sale items a lot, typically rotating them after a couple days at the most (if they don’t sell out before then). Also, while Walmart has been dominant in the Cyber Week action in recent years with rollbacks on iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, video game systems and accessories, and other tech items that will be on sale during the holidays, its 4K smart TV deals are especially competitive with an unbeatable selection and almost always the best prices.
Walmart’s most dangerous weapon in its Cyber Week arsenal, and a major card it holds against online-only retailers like Amazon, is its ship-to-store service. When you buy something online from Walmart itself (and not from a third-party seller), you can almost always have it delivered to a nearby Walmart store where you can pick it up at the desk. People who don’t want expensive packages sitting on their front porches while they’re at work, or those who already shop at a local Walmart for things like groceries, should consider picking up that purchase in-store. This alone gives Walmart a serious advantage during the online Cyber Monday and Cyber Week action.
Another great courtesy that Walmart offers its shoppers is complimentary two-day home delivery on a huge portion of its online inventory. Experienced bargain-hunters all know that free shipping from many online outlets is generally quite slow or may require a paid subscription — we’re looking at you, Amazon — if it’s available at all. Also keep in mind that if online stock is running thin or something is sold out, a Walmart near you might still have it on the shelves (no ship-to-store required) so you can grab it on the website and then go pick it up at your leisure. Everything listed on Walmart’s website will show local availability as well as your choices regarding local pickup.
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