Memorial Day Weekend begins Friday, May 25, but the sales start even earlier.
The Memorial Day holiday has taken on a lot of different meanings beyond its solemn remembrance of our fallen troops. I’m not here to try to browbeat you for enjoying yourself however you see fit. What is America if not a land where we can freely enjoy a long weekend signifying the unofficial kick-off of summer?
Walmart knows people are feeling like spending more than just time with their families, and wants to entice you into its stores or online marketplace for some serious Memorial Dale Sales.
What should you expect from this year’s Walmart Memorial Day Sale? First off, there are already some decent deals to be had.
Walmart Memorial Day Sale: Live Deals
There are already some amazing opportunities to save big and we’re only half-way through the month. This Memorial Day TV sale is pretty fantastic, actually, and if you’ve been holding off on upgrading to 4K, this is one of the best 4K TVs around.
Sony 65-inch Bravia X900F for 28% Off
Save $600 off this top-quality Sony Bravia 4K TV. The X900 series is one of our favorite televisions, and you can bring one home for $1598 with free delivery.
Roku Ultra 4K HDR Streaming Player w/JBL Headphones 30% Off
You can pick up a Roku with a pair of JBL headphones for $79.99 right now, but there’s more. This deal also includes a 30-day free trial of Sling with Cloud DVR.
Save $40 on the Ozark Trail 16×16 Instant Cabin
Camping doesn’t have to be a super intimate affair. If you try to cram 12 of your friends into a regular tent, it gets a little tense. But this tent comfortably sleeps 12 and has little doors for you to hook up a camping air conditioner (really) and electric power, too.
What to Expect: Walmart Memorial Day Sale
As for the rest of Walmart’s Memorial Day sale, if it’s anything like last year, expect some big savings on the following categories:
Walmart Memorial Day Sale Categories
- 4K TV Deals
- Gaming Laptops Deals
- Grill Deals
- Outdoor Furniture Deals
- Outdoor Equipment Deals
- …way, way more