Walmart's Black Friday Samsung smart TV sale is live — save on a $50 on a 58" set

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  • Black Friday is next week, but Walmart isn't waiting until then to offer steep discounts on a wide range of goods.
  • Walmart, like Amazon, Best Buy and Target, offers big price drops on everything, including the latest Samsung TVs, speakers, headphones, laptops, gaming gear, and more during the shopping season. 
  • See more: How to get a free 15-day trial of Walmart Plus, Walmart's Amazon Prime-like membership.
  • Read Insider Reviews' Black Friday 2020 deals and Cyber Monday 2020 deals coverage for more savings.

Shopping looking to pick up a new TV will find plenty to choose from during Walmart's early Black Friday sale. 

While the final lead-up sale kicks off November 25 at 7 p.m. EST online, shoppers can already take advantage of many discounts now. Several TVs are currently on sale with prices starting at just $268, and we also found great discounts on robot vacuums, speakers, and more. While these are solid markdowns, we expect to see better doorbusters come Black Friday — though, those will be harder to snag due to increased interest and competition from other shoppers.

Of course, if you want to shop in-person on Black Friday, stores open at 5 a.m. on November 27.

Below, you'll find the highlights from Walmart's second round of pre-Black Friday deals, plus answers to frequently asked questions and what to expect ahead of the biggest shopping events of the year. 

Best early Black Friday 2020 deals from Walmart

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