Walmart unveils Black Friday deals, ditching doorbusters

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Walmart has big plans for Black Friday.

The discount chain unveiled several Black Friday discounts on TVs, electronics, small home appliances and toys that will be available in store and online during the major shopping day. will kick off its sale at 3 am ET (12:01 am PT) on Thanksgiving Day and Walmart stores will open at 6 pm.

Black Friday deals will include: (See the complete 32-page ad in the gallery above.)

– Markdowns on 10 TV models, including a 40-inch HDTV for $149

– Fitbit Flex Wristband for $59

– Over 100 video games, some for as little as $8

– An Oster 8-speed blender for $9.72

– 850-thread count sheets for $25

– Star Wars drone for $25

A complete list of the sales can be found at

The store has been moving toward making more discounted items available online and this year it will have the most — 96% of what’s offered in stores will be available online.

This year Walmart said it was focused on stocking its stores with the products shoppers wanted most.

“We’re deep in stock, we let people shop when and how they want and for those who come to the store it’s going to be an easier shopping experience,” Walmart U.S. CEO Greg Foran told CNNMoney.

Savvy Black Friday shoppers probably noticed one big change with this year’s ad.

In the past, Walmart has offered doorbuster deals that go on sale at various times throughout the evening.

Now, those doorbuster deals are gone.

Instead, those popular items will be available once the doors open on Thanksgiving.

Walmart will give additional pay, free dinner and discounts to the more than 1 million employees who work on Black Friday. Full and part-time workers will also get a 25% discount on one basket of gifts.

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