COVID is shaping the way we would shop a usual Black Friday, but Walmart still has plans to stay open.
Walmart has announced some of its plans for Black Friday and – like many things in 2020 – coronavirus is shaping what is traditionally the busiest shopping day of the year.
“Walmart said it will spread out its Black Friday deals – traditionally concentrated on the day after Thanksgiving – throughout the holiday season. More deals will also be available online this year and – in keeping with customer requests – is increasing inventory in electronics, including TVs, laptops, and video games.”
They have announced that these deals will be posting soon before the holiday season, along with store hour and sanitization information. “The chain previously announced it will be closed Thanksgiving Day, a reversal from previous years.”
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