Last year, 2011, WalMart offered some amazingly low prices on Samsung HD TVs. Unfortunately, most WalMart locations were completely packed and some shoppers were not able to get their hands on the amazing deals. The WalMart Black Friday TV sales in 2012 are sure to be very interesting as Samsung will likely be one of the most popular names. Remember that Samsung and WalMart have a very strong relationship so this will allow shoppers to save quite a bit of cash during after Thanksgiving sales in 2012.
What Prices Will be Available on HD TVs at WalMart This Year?
To make any predictions in 2012 we must first look at the WalMart Black Friday TV Sales in 2011. Here is a list of all the televisions that were marked down:
Black Friday TV Sales 2011
Emerson 40 Inch LCD 1080p 60 Hz HD TV – $248
Sansui 19 Inch LCD 720p 60 Hz HD TV – $98
Samsung 32 Inch LCD 720p 60 Hz HD TV – $278
Samsung 40 Inch LCD 1080p 60 Hz HD TV – $428
Samsung 46 Inch LCD 1080p 60 Hz HD TV – $598
Samsung 51 Inch Plasma 720p 600 Hz HD TV – $498
Toshiba 65 Inch LCD 1080p 120 Hz HD TV – $998
Vizio 42 Inch 3D 1080P 240 Hz HD TV – $598
Samsung 43 Inch Plasma 720p 600 Hz HD TV – $398
As you can clearly see, the Samsung models are the ones that jump out. When looking for an LCD or Plasma TV for a Christmas present or gift in 2012 it might be a good idea to wait and see what the WalMart sales ad has to offer. Last year, WalMart had a special midnight release of the Black Friday sales ad and it will be interesting to see if that is the case again in 2012.
Lowest Prices on HD TVs from Best Buy, HHGregg, Frys and Target
When people are looking to buy a brand new HD TV many of them will look at options from Best Buy, HHGregg, Frys Electronics and Target. It is important to note that all of these companies will offer major Black Friday sales as well. Before jumping on the WalMart bandwagon and assuming they always have the lowest prices it would never hurt to check out the Black Friday sales ads at Best Buy and other locations.
Almost all sales ads will be out by the 10th of November so shoppers will have about two weeks prior to Thanksgiving to decide what they want to buy. Remember that many of these sales are first come, first serve so you may need to stand in line awhile to get some of the smoking hot deals.