You’re in luck if you realize you forgot the cranberry sauce this Thanksgiving.
Select Walmart stores will keep regular hours on Thanksgiving, Nov. 22, including Supercenters that are typically open 24-hours-a-day.
That doesn’t mean you can arrive at noon for the best Black Friday deals, however. If you’re shopping in the stores, you will have to wait until 6 p.m. on Nov. 22 for the big post-Thanksgiving sale begins.
If you don’t feel like waiting, however, Walmart’s Black Friday deals will be available online at Walmart.com starting Wednesday, Nov. 21 at 7 p.m. PT. (9 p.m. CT). Prices are valid through Friday, but only while supplies last.
You can see Walmart’s Thanksgiving/Black Friday ad here from BestBlackFriday.com.
New programs this year
Walmart has several new programs this year to make holiday shopping a little easier.
“Check Out With Me,” will allow shoppers to pay for items directly with Walmart associates stationed around the store. The employees, positioned in the busiest departments, will be equipped with hand-held devices that can process payments. Customers will be provided with either paper or electronic receipts.
The nation’s largest retailer is also offering new digital store maps on the Walmart app and a redesigned Walmart.com. The digital store maps show you your sought-after item’s exact location.