Apparently, you don't need to leave your house - oh, and it doesn't even have to be Black Friday.
BestBlackFriday.com posted the ad Thursday morning.
Big retailers are kicking off the start to the holiday shopping season by offering "early Black Friday" sales or opening their doors on Thanksgiving Day, providing consumers who want to sneak away from their turkey dinner festivities a way to get an early start on shopping.More news: Florida State University student dead after apparent party
Walmart has launched its early Black Friday 2017 sales event, and there are already some pretty great deals available on the Walmart website.
Each retailer has guidelines on when the deals will be available, whether online or in-store before or after Thanksgiving, so be sure to scope out the products you want far in advance to make sure you jump through the right hoops to score the discounted price. Doorbuster deals have been offered for items such as the LG 55- inch 1080p 120Hz HDTV, Indisgnia 39- inch LCD HDTV, and the Amazon Kindle Fire. On the Walmart Black Friday 2017 leaked ads, there's no indication if the store is going to close at midnight. Without a doubt, Walmart remains to be the main player in the Black Friday shopping bonanza primarily because of its many offerings that will benefit all the holiday enthusiasts.
It's more accurate to refer to the busy retail season as Black November.More news: Laura Loomer Banned by Uber, Lyft After Anti-Muslim Tweets
The retailer will be open all day as usual, but the Black Friday deals will begin at 6 p.m. Online, however, deals will begin much earlier - at 12:01 a.m. on Thanksgiving.
Sears to keep up with competing stores, Sears has made a decision to open their stores to Black Friday customers at 8pm Thanksgiving Evening, and close at 10pm on Black Friday.
Check out the full ad for deals on TVs and DVDs as well, if that's something you're looking for.More news: Mysterious void between two chambers in Great Pyramid of Giza discovered