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Thanksgiving Day 2020 Sales, Offers On Laptops, Tv, Game Consoles And More

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Get ahead of the sales this Black Friday and make the most of the Thanksgiving deals instead. Plenty of stores have already begun their Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales on Thanksgiving, which means you can avoid the rush over the weekend and score some deals now.

Although many stores, including Walmart and Target, will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, these stores will still be hosting Thanksgiving sales online. Instead of camping outside a store before the doors open, make the most of the online sales from the comfort of your home.

As well as beginning some Black Friday sales early, other stores and brands are celebrating Thanksgiving with special offers available for today only.

Thanksgiving Deals 2020

Mrs. Fields is celebrating Thanksgiving with the launch of the fully-customizable Heartfelt Holiday Gram, which will have 25 percent off through November 28.

A man shops for a television in Walmart on Thanksgiving night ahead of Black Friday on November 28, 2019, in King of Prussia, United States. Walmart is among the stores hosting early sales online on Thanksgiving ahead of Black Friday.
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Walmart Thanksgiving Deals

Walmart’s early Black Friday sale went live online on November 25 from 7 p.m. ET. As the store is closed on Thanksgiving Day, its deals today are exclusive to the website.

Although they will be selling at full price, gamers will be excited to hear that Walmart is selling the PlayStation 5 console and the Xbox Series X console for $499 each. As well as the consoles, Walmart will be selling the PS DualSense Wireless controller for $69.96 and the Xbox Series X controllers for $39 each.

In terms of deals, save $50 on AirPods Pro and save $60 on an Apple Watch Series 3. Additionally, get a VIZIO 70″ Class 4K UHD SmartCast TV for $478.

Best Buy Thanksgiving Deals

Early Thanksgiving deals at Best Buy include deals on TVs, such as:

Best Buy also has great laptop deals, including:

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