Walmart’s Black Friday Deals 2021 Start Today (11/3/21) – Walmart Plus Members Get Early Access

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Black Friday deals seem to start earlier and earlier every year. This year Walmart has some Black Friday deals starting today (November 3rd) at 7 PM ET / 4 PM PT. Walmart Plus Members will get early access to these deals starting at 3 PM ET / 12 PM PT.

If you want to browse the early access deals you can check here: Walmart Plus Early Access Black Friday deals

You can also check the Black Friday deals here in weekly ad format: Walmart Black Friday deals

Some of the top deals include a TCL 55″ 4K UHD HDR Smart Roku TV for $228, a Samsung Chromebook 4 for $87, a Keurig K-Compact Single-Serve Coffee Maker for $35 and a SAMSUNG 65″ Class 4K Crystal UHD (2160P) LED Smart TV with HDR UN65TU7000 for $568.00

If you want to sign up to Walmart Plus to get early access to these deals you can sign up here: Sign up for Walmart+ membership

Free DVD Player with Select TVs at

Free DVD player (shipping extra) with select TVs

This is an online offer only at For a limited time get a free DVD player with the purchase of any TV $999 and up. The free DVD player has progressive scan (480p) and upconverts to 1080p quality HD resolution. Regular price for the DVD player is $99.99, but you can get it free with this deal from See offer page for more details (above link takes you directly to offer page).

Save $400 on Sony PS3 & HDTV package

Sony PlayStation 3 60GB System

$400 total savings on Sony PS3 and HDTV package

Save $400 on a PS3, HDTV, a Blu-ray movie and a PS3 game. Best Buy is promoting this as $400 total savings, but you also save an additional $200 on the HDTV, so your total savings is actually $600. A pretty good deal if you don’t already have a PS3.

If you haven’t heard, the latest PS3 system update added the ability to upscale PlayStation 1 games, PlayStation 2 games and DVDs to HD resolution (1080p/1080i/720p). Why is this important? Because one of the early complaints of the PS3 was that it wouldn’t upscale older PS games and DVDs. Now you can play all your old PlayStation 1 and 2 games (and all your old DVDs) in HD (which will make them look much better than on a PS2, PS1 or a regular DVD player). So all those holding out on getting a PS3 because it didn’t upscale to HD don’t have any excuses left!