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Battle War between Walmart vs. Target for 'Black Friday' 2017 Deals

Walmart’s Black Friday 2017 deals are large but Target Black Friday offers are almost as attractive. So with a large scale list of savings between them covering different brand like iPhones, Samsung smartphones, Xbox and PS4 consoles, expensive and budget HDTVs, Google Home and even Amazon’s Kindle and Echo which retailer comes out on top? Let’s take a look…

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Where Walmart Black Friday 2017 battle war Target Black Friday

Shopping Hours: If you are a true Black Friday rationalist you will love the reality that Walmart‘s Black Friday door busters will explore the entirety of Thanksgiving night into Black Friday without stopping. Target on the other hand will close down at 12 AM Black Friday before reopening at 6 AM. I give Walmart the win here as its longer hours gives consumers a great opportunity to manage their shopping timetable more easily.


Apple iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus offers: beginning Thursday, Walmart is just only pay a $300 Walmart gift card on Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X Qualifying Purchases for AT&T and Verizon (product link). This is one of my top rated schemes for the whole Black Friday and Cyber Monday season and beats out the next best iPhone deal which is Target’s $250 gift card with an activation of an iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus

Google Home Mini: Walmart has the Google Home Mini for $29 + a $25 Shopping deal. The $25 shopping scheme is $25 off a Walmart order through Google Express. This offer associates to a better online discount than the $29 deal plus $20 Target gift card that Target is offering on page 1 of its Black Friday ad. But both deals are almost free for a great services.

Apple iPad 32GB WI-Fi: Walmart has the 5th generation Apple iPad 32GB Wi-Fi for $249. While Target has the same Black Friday sale for $249.99, Walmart is still $0.99 competitive and you get free two-day shipping on this large than priced order so this is another win for Walmart in my opinion.

PlayStation 4 Gran Turismo Sport VR Bundle: Walmart’s Black Friday 2017 ad has the popular PS4 GranTurismo Sport VR Bundle for $299 on page 6 which is $100 off. Target is not offering this PS4 cluster so Walmart wins.

Economical 39-inch HDTV: Walmart’s segment 39-inch Class HD (720P) Smart LED TV for $125  is the low-priced mainstream 39-inch Black Friday TV deal I have seen this year which creates it an easy win for Walmart.


Target Black Friday 2017

Amazon Gadgets: Not similar Walmart, Target schemes a plethora of Amazon hardware for sale. If you are searching to take up an Amazon hardware while you are away and about shopping, Target wins smoothly over Walmart as it has no selection whatsoever.

Xbox One S 500GB Console: Target’s Black Friday ad page 1 has the Xbox One S 500GB for $189.99 + $25 Gift Card which is a saving of $90. While Walmart is offering the same device for $189, Target’s $25 gift card gives it the edge.

Cost-Efficient 55-inch HDTV: Target has an in-store only door buster on the Westinghouse 55-inch 4K Smart UHD TV for $249.99. This is nearly $50 low-cost than the Sharp 55-inch Class 4K (2160P) Smart LED TV going for $298 on page 1 of Walmart’s Black Friday ad. While the Sharp TV is absolutely the better brand here, if I am going strictly by price, I have to give Target the win.

GoPro HERO5 Black: Target is offering the GoPro HERO5 Black for $349.99 + $50 Target Gift Card. This is another acceptable product Walmart is not exactly advertising in its Black Friday ad and therefore another win for Target.

Where Walmart Black Friday ties Target Black Friday 2017

Shipping: Walmart and Target are elegant equal when it available to shipping in my mind. While they both have pros and cons for shipping this Black Friday and Cyber Monday, both are remarkable and I will confirm shipping a tie. Walmart will offer free two-day shipping on at least possible orders of $35 or more. The promoted shipping is a bonus but the minimum need is not ideal for smaller orders. Target on the other hand will offer free shipping and free returns on all orders. While it is not two-day shipping, I like Target for not large orders to save some dollars you cannot save at Walmart.

Thanksgiving Opening Time: Both Walmart and Target will start door busters at 6pm on Thanksgiving. Be finally to scheme respectively if you would like to strike both retailers on Thursday.

Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus and Galaxy Note 8 offers: Walmart and Target are both providing a $300 Gift Card on these Samsung smartphones. Both very good offers.

As you can see, Target and Walmart Black Friday 2017 sales certainly do go toe-to-toe with one another this holiday season. As such there’s not one compressive victor, but each has clear occasion where they have the advantage over the other. In fact, perhaps surprisingly, if there is one clear Black Friday 2017 champion it looks Kohl’s with its incredible Kohl’s Cash deals.

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You can also read more in my Vs. series with Walmart Vs. Amazon, Amazon Vs. Best Buy, Best Buy Vs. Target and Kohl’s Vs. Costco or browse through a selection of my Black Friday 2017 coverage below.

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