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Walmart Black Friday 2017 Ad: 5 Things to Expect & 3 Not To

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The Walmart Black Friday ad is one of the most sought after ads of the year. While it’s not out just yet, this is what you can expect from the Walmart Black Friday 2017 ad when it does arrive.

You should see the official Walmart Black Friday 2017 ad arrive later this week, or by Monday. While you wait, this is what you can expect from Walmart this year on Black Friday, and what you won’t see.

After a major shakeup last year, there are some important changes that we could see continue through this year.

Here's what you need to know about the Walmart Black Friday 2017 ad.

Here’s what you need to know about the Walmart Black Friday 2017 ad.

Walmart is the biggest retailer when it comes to Black Friday sales. They don’t always offer the biggest deals, but they are a retailer everyone wants to know about and that other retailers want to beat.

We only have a short period before the ad arrives and the deals start. We are already seeing early Black Friday 2017 sales at Best Buy, and Walmart will likely want in on the action.

Black Friday is November 24th, but many retailers will start online sales this week and in store deals on Thanksgiving Day.

This is what you can expect from the Walmart Black Friday 2017 ad, including the biggest deals to expect, major changes, when to see it and more.

Don't Expect a Leaked Walmart Black Friday 2017 Ad Scan

Don't Expect a Leaked Walmart Black Friday 2017 Ad Scan

Walmart is the most stringent retailer when it comes to Black Friday ads. While it's unlikely that they are sending armed guards around carrying the 2017 Walmart Black Friday ad in a handcuffed briefcase it will not leak and appear online before they want you to see it. 

We saw the Target ad leak, Best Buy beat the leaks with an official announcement and we expect Walmart to do the same. 

For years the retailer has kept leaks off the internet with a cadre of lawyers and by delivering the ad well ahead of Thanksgiving Day. 

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