Here’s the bad news for traditional Black Friday shoppers: the 2020 event won’t include any midnight trips to the store or parking lot campouts waiting for those doors to slide open and welcome us in. The good news? There are still a slew of bargains right around the corner. Arguably the best news is that you don’t even have to wait until Black Friday (Nov. 27) to snag them. With so many of us staying home due to COVID-19 precautions, retailers like Walmart are putting loads of products on sale early, and their deals reflect our brave new home-centric world.

Walmart Black Friday deals will roll out in three separate savings events throughout November, with special events online and in store. Do you have your calendar handy? It’s okay if not: Just bookmark this post and check back often—we’ll be updating it regularly with new deals and removing the old ones.

  • Event 1 starts on Wednesday, Nov. 4, with new deals rolling out on Friday Nov. 7 in stores;
  • Event 2 begins Weds, Nov. 11 at 7 pm ET, with even more deals added on Saturday, Nov. 14;
  • The big finale starts on Thanksgiving Eve, Weds. Nov. 25 at 7 pm ET, with even more deals landing on Black Friday itself, Friday, Nov. 27.

So that everyone stays safe, online shoppers will have the option of contact-free curbside service from their local Walmart store. Once your order is ready, you’ll receive an email with all the pick-up details.

Walmart’s deals reflect two things about our current reality: Money is tight, and we’re all spending more time at home. So yes, we would love a 42-inch Roku TV for just $88. A Magic Bullet Blender for energizing morning smoothies before a Zoom-packed workday? For $15, why not? (And oh, right—there are gifts for the family too, from brands like HP, Instant Pot, LEGO, Shark and more.) With steals in every department from Electronics to Home Improvement to Office Supplies, there’s something for everyone, at cost.

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Whether you’re looking to treat yourself to that splurge item you’ve had your eye on for months or want to cross off every item on your gift list, the best Walmart Black Friday deals give you plenty of options to choose from, especially for gearheads and technophiles, at prices marked so low they’ll make your head spin.

Nixplay Smart Digital Photo Frame 10.1 Inch—Now $130 (was $180)

Microsoft Surface Pro 7, 12.3″ Touch-Screen, 8GB Memory, 128GB SSD—Now $749 (was $1,000)

NETGEAR Nighthawk AX4 4-Stream AX3000 Wi-Fi 6 Router—Now $99 (was $169)

Roku Streaming Stick+ HD/4K/HDR Streaming Device—Now $29 (was $50)

Vizio 36″ 2.1 Soundbar w/ BT SB3621n-H8—Now $128 (was $148)

iRobot Roomba 670 Robot Vacuum-Wi-Fi Connectivity—Now $179 (was $330)

Braun Series 7 790cc Wet Dry Mens Electric Shaver with Clean Station—Now $150 (was $290)

Nespresso by De’Longhi VertuoPlus—Now $99 (was $150)

BodyBoss Home Gym 2.0—Now $120 (was $180)

Instant Pot VIVA Stainless 6-Quart 9-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker—Now $49 (was $100)

Ninja® Foodi™ TenderCrisp™ 8-in-1 6.5-Quart Pressure Cooker—Now $139 (was $230)

AncestryDNA + Traits: Genetic Ethnicity + Traits Test—Now $119 (was $59)

Shark IQ Robot® Vacuum R100, Wi-Fi Connected, Home Mapping—Now $199. This is a super-smart robot vacuum. It helps you clean every room of your house putting in any effort! A self-cleaning brush lifts pet hair from the floor and a powerful filter traps in allergens, dander, and dust.

Google Nest Mini (2nd Generation)—$19 (was $49). Make your house a little smarter with the Google Nest Mini. It can play music from your favorite streaming services, set timers, and alarms, and turn on and off lights. It can even tell you what your schedule looks like and suggest commuting routes—and for multi-family homes, it recognizes up to six different users by their voice.

Philips Hue White A19 Smart Light Dimming Kit—$30 (was $42). These smart bulbs are easy to control with the included dimmer switch and remote, the Philips Hue app, or a smart assistant device, like a Google Home or Amazon Alexa. You can control the brightness of each individual bulb, or assign them into groups of up to 10, making it easy to dim the lights for movie night in the living room while staying bright in the kitchen to make popcorn. Plus, if something goes wrong, it’s supported by a three-year warranty.

Bounce Pro 14ft Trampoline And Enclosure With Basketball Hoop—$224 (was $259). When it comes to trampolines, safety is key. The Bounce Pro has U-shaped legs, double-welded joints, and strong, long-lasting stitching to support your weight as you, well, bounce like a pro. It’s made from rust-resistant galvanized steel to withstand the elements and padded springs provide peace of mind about small children slipping while playing. The included basketball hoop will let you shoot threes and work on your dunks, while the enclosure ensures you stay within the bounds of the trampoline.

HART 3-Tool 20-Volt Cordless Combo Kit with and 16-inch Storage Bag—$148 (was $171). This set includes a drill, circular saw and flashlight, as well as two rechargeable batteries. The best part though is that the batteries are interchangeable between all of the tools, so when you’re finished using the drill, you can pop the battery out and stick it straight into the saw to begin cutting. It also comes with a storage bag to make everything easy to transport and a fast charger for the batteries.

Roku SE streaming player—$17. While it’s not necessarily a deal, Roku’s new SE streaming device available at Walmart for a limited time—now only $17. This plug-and-play device connects to your TV via an included HDMI cable, and gives you access to all your streaming services—and even some you don’t have—in one convenient location.