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Nintendo Switch Black Friday deals: Walmart, Best Buy, Gamestop and more

Nintendo Switch Black Friday deals are finally here, alongside the usual rush of Black Friday deals. Even after over three years on the market, the Switch and the Nintendo Switch Lite rarely get discounted, meaning Black Friday is a special opportunity for thrifty Nintendo enthusiasts. Just be sure to check this page frequently for deals updates, since Switch stock tends to disappear as fast as it appears. Plus, don’t forget that Cyber Monday deals are right around the corner. 

We’ve found discounts on several Nintendo Switch bundles in the U.S. and U.K., which will save you money on the console itself and a bunch of additional games and accessories, meaning you’ll be buying everything you need in one fell swoop. And if you’re still holding out hope that you’ll be able to go next-gen this holiday season, we have guides for both the best Black Friday PS5 deals and the

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  • November 27, 2020
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Walmart Black Friday sale 2020

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Walmart’s been celebrating Black Friday differently this year by spreading savings throughout the entire month of November with “Black Friday Deals for Days.” Lots of early deals are already live, with Walmart’s third and final savings event launching online on November 25 at 7 p.m. Even more deals will drop online on November 27 at midnight, and then in-store the following morning at 5 a.m.

You can shop online for delivery or contactless curbside pickup, but note that all of Walmart’s physical locations are closed on Thanksgiving Day. In-person shopping will pick back up at 5 a.m. on November 27 with precautionary health measures in place (including cart sanitization and a cap on the number of customers in the store at a time).

With fantastic deals across the entire store on everything from AirPods to cookware, you’re sure to find something to make the holidays a little brighter.

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  • November 26, 2020
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Stocks mixed after Powell’s inflation plan; Walmart, Microsoft rally on TikTok deal

try and nudge inflation higher.” data-reactid=”16″Wall Street ended a choppy session on a mixed note Thursday, with major benchmarks struggling to extend their win streak as investors digested stubbornly high unemployment data — but took heart from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s pledge to try and nudge inflation higher.

AMZN), Apple (AAPL) — which have surged to new records. Facebook (FB), and Alphabet (GOOGGOOGL) have also posted their highest-ever closing levels.” data-reactid=”17″Tech stocks, which have powered the broader market to fourth consecutive record closing highs, took a breather as traders booked profits on Amazon (AMZN), Apple (AAPL) — which have surged to new records. Facebook (FB), and Alphabet (GOOG, GOOGL) have also posted their highest-ever closing levels.

Although the Nasdaq snapped a five-day winning streak, the broader S&P 500 Index stretched to its fifth record close, and closed

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  • August 27, 2020
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Stocks jump on Powell’s inflation plan; Walmart, Microsoft rally on TikTok deal

try and nudge inflation higher while maintaining accomodative monetary policy.” data-reactid=”16″Wall Street rallied on Thursday, poised to tack on more gains after another record-setting session for each of the S&P 500 and Nasdaq on Wednesday, as investors took heart from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s pledge to try and nudge inflation higher while maintaining accomodative monetary policy.

persistence of low inflation over the last eight years risks new economic difficulties. ” data-reactid=”17″Powell unveiled a new framework of thinking for the central bank that will tolerate inflation “moderately” above its 2% target. The Fed also committed to reviewing this policy every five years. The Fed chief warned that the persistence of low inflation over the last eight years risks new economic difficulties. 

“Many find it counterintuitive that the Fed would want to push up inflation,” Powell said. But the Fed chief warned that low inflation leads to declining inflation

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  • August 27, 2020
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8 brands you didn’t know Walmart owned

8 brands you didn't know Walmart owned
8 brands you didn’t know Walmart owned

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Walmart owns over 11,000 stores and is one of the biggest retailers in the world. Thinking about Walmart as a single chain is almost selling it short—the company owns some pretty popular brands and online stores you may not have known about.

Like did you know Walmart owns Hayneedle, one of our editors’ favorite places to shop furniture from? Or that Walmart makes its own mattress-in-a-box brand called Allswell?

From ebooks to artwork and every in between, you can find almost anything you want from a brand that you maybe didn’t know was part of the Walmart family. Here are some of the brands you may be surprised to learn are owned by Walmart.

1. Allswell: Walmart’s mattress-in-a-box contender

Allswell is an affordable mattress-in-a-box option.
Allswell is an affordable mattress-in-a-box
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  • August 25, 2020
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13 Rookie Walmart Shopping Mistakes You Shouldn’t Make

Everyone remembers their first time at Walmart. You walk from the huge parking lot towards that iconic blue and yellow logo, the sliding doors welcome you in, and you stare into the fluorescent abyss of consumerism. At that moment, your world is forever changed. Unless, of course, you find yourself making a few of those rookie Walmart shopping mistakes during your first trip.

We’re not kidding: Walmart is a place of magically low prices and seemingly endless supply. It seems to always have everything! However, during that initial plunge into the famous superstore, there are a lot of things you may not know. To help with your inaugural (or maybe even second or third) Walmart adventure, here are a few Walmart shopping mistakes to avoid making.

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Make sure to time it out.

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  • August 24, 2020
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Tribeca Film Festival and Walmart Partner for Free Nationwide Drive-In Screening Series

Tribeca and Walmart Drive-In Screenings

The Tribeca Film Festival is teaming up with Walmart for a new drive-in series that will take place at 160 Walmart stores across the country. Store parking lots will be turned into outdoor theaters Aug. 14 to Oct. 21 for free screenings of family-friendly films, including classics such as “The Karate Kid,” “Back to the Future,” “The Wizard of Oz,” “Ghostbusters” and “E.T. the Extra Terrestrial” as well as more contemporary fare like “Black Panther,” “Wonder Woman” and “The Lego Movie.”

Drew Barrymore will serve as virtual hosts for all the screenings. Peter Berg, Jennifer Garner, LeBron James and Chrissy Metz are expected to make virtual or in-person appearances.

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Walmart Launched a Free, Virtual Camp, and Neil Patrick Harris Is the Head Counselor

Photo credit: Walmart
Photo credit: Walmart

From Good Housekeeping

With the continuation of the COVID-19 pandemic, parents’ summer plans — which are often locked into place way back in January — have been thrown for a loop. Depending on where you live and how bad the outbreak is, traditional camps may not be an option this year. So, what is everyone going to do with their kids this whole summer?

Virtual summer camp is a tantalizing proposition. On the one hand, it offers parents a chance to have someone else take over childcare duties for a minute, opening up an opportunity to get work done, do chores, or, heck, even take a shower. On the other, after two months of remote and home-schooling, kids may be over the whole e-learning thing entirely, and virtual summer camp can’t replace the outdoor experiences that make regular summer camp a beloved childhood tradition. And no one

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Walmart Just Released a Brand-New Line of Dessert Bars for Your Next Picnic

Was this the strangest Fourth of July ever? Yes, at least for those of us who are used to gargantuan family gatherings. With COVID-19, we all had to celebrate a little differently. Thankfully, many of us were still able to hold small get-togethers with family and friends.

In that spirit, we’ve already started thinking about our next socially distanced picnic. And apparently, so has Walmart, because they’re making a line of bakery treats that’ll add some serious sweetness to your backyard barbecue.

Cakes, Bars and Brownies—Oh My!

Walmart has gone all out on this release for their Marketside line, and we’re extremely grateful. They’ve given us NINE different types of treats. There’s peanut butter, triple chocolate and turtle brownies; lemon, raspberry oat and “ooey gooey butter” bars; and iced lemon, marble and banana nut cakes.

If you’re curious as to what this much sugary goodness looks like, @dadbodsnacks on Insta

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