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Most of Walmart's Black Friday deals are now online at Walmart.com.
Brick-and-mortar stores will then open at 6 p.m. local time on Thanksgiving Day. As for Black Friday proper: Walmart will throw its doors open at 12:01 a.m. in most locations; folks in some states, including Massachusetts and Rhode Island, will be forced to wait until 1 a.m.
Please check out CNET's list of best Black Friday deals for the most up-to-date picks from all retailers.
Otherwise, you can peruse all 36 pages of Black Friday deals at Walmart.com, plus the Walmart deals we've highlighted here.
Black Friday deals: See every Black Friday 2017 deal we've found so far
Holiday Gift Guide: CNET's full gift guide, including dozens of products priced under $25, $50 and $100
Google's miniature smart speaker is popping up in just about every Black Friday sale we've seen, and Walmart is no exception. Target is selling it for $29, plus a $10 gift card, but Walmart's promotion -- which takes $25 off your order when you use Google Express to pay -- may be the best one yet.
See the Google Home Mini at Walmart (discount available now)
We haven't tested Vizio's 32-inch SB3251-NE0 sound bar. But we love its slightly longer sibling, the SB3621N-E8. Unless size is a primary consideration, we'd recommend shelling out the additional $6 on the 36-inch model which is available at Amazon right now.
See the Vizio SB3251N-E0 at Walmart (discount available now)
Walmart is selling Google's wireless video dongle at the same cheap price that Target and other retailers are. It supports video streaming via Android or Apple phone, tablet or PC.
See the Google Chromecast at Walmart (discount available now)
Roku's 4K HDR streamer rocks; simple interface, more apps and the best search. Walmart's Black Friday price is $20 cheaper that what we've seen elsewhere, and it's throwing in one free month of DirecTV Now, one free month of Showtime, a $5 Vudu credit and an HDMI cable.
See the Roku 4K Streaming Stick Plus at Walmart (discount available now)
Sony's accessible, affordable and user-friendly VR system. Walmart's offering the whole rig -- the cameras, two controllers, headset and game -- for just about $30 more than the system on its own.
See the Sony PlayStation 4 GranTurismo Sport VR Bundle at Walmart (discount available now)
This affordable, portable and accessible gaming system is a total steal at $80. And it comes preloaded with a game. Just know that it doesn't play classic SNES titles -- you'll need a pricier New Nintendo 2DS XL or 3DS XL for that.
See the Legend of Zelda Edition Nintendo 2DS (and other game bundles) at Walmart (discount available now)
One of the best phones of 2016, the Galaxy S7 combines a great, water-resistant design with an awesome camera and long battery life. And Walmart's deal on the phone, on Straight Talk Wireless, undercuts most major networks' price by a couple of hundred dollars.
See the Samsung Galaxy S7 at Walmart (discount available now)
Google's home smart speaker is great, and Walmart's Black Friday promotion makes it even better. Like with the retailer's deal on the Google Home Mini, you get $25 off your order when you use Google Express to pay, bringing the net price down to $55.
See the Google Home at Walmart (discount available now)
JBL's tiny, wireless, immersible Bluetooth speaker is fully worth the money, now that Walmart has discounted it down to $30. Buy it.
See the JBL Clip 2 at Walmart (discount available now)
Good battery life and a compact design make this the best Fitbit this year. And Walmart's Black Friday deal is in line with what we're seeing from other retailers.
See the Fitbit Alta HR at Walmart (discount available now)
The Charge 2 features a great OLED display and five-day battery life. Walmart throws in an additional bonus band, making this a compelling deal for a solid activity tracker. This deal is available at Amazon, Best Buy and elsewhere, too.
See the Fitbit Charge 2 at Walmart (discount available now)
Despite uneven battery life, Arlo's cameras work well whether they're resting on a table near your router or hidden in a tree hundreds of feet away. And Walmart's deal -- three cameras for $200 -- is a solid value.
See the Arlo Camera at Walmart (currently out of stock)
Loud, high-quality sound, highly portable and splashproof. What more could you ask for from a Bluetooth speaker? And Walmart's price is the best we've seen yet.
See the JBL Flip 3 at Walmart (currently out of stock)
The SE delivers most of what's great about an iPhone in a compact, hand-friendly design. To take advantage of this deal, you'll be compelled to activate the phone on Walmart's Family Mobile service.
See the Apple iPhone SE at Walmart (currently out of stock)
See the Sharp 55-inch 4K Smart TV at Walmart (discount available now, but product is now out of stock for online shipment)
We don't know a lot about this Element 39-inch Smart TV -- Walmart leaves the details vague; we know only that it Netflix, Vudu and YouTube, as well as "many more built-in apps." But at $125 for a 39-inch LED HD TV, it might be worth taking the plunge. (The photo shown is a 39-inch model from Element's website, which may or may not be the same model that Walmart is selling.)
See the Element 39-inch Smart TV at Walmart (discount available now, but product is now out of stock for online shipment)
Those were the best deals we found at Walmart. But we're always adding more Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, and you can check out our complete Holiday Gift Guide, too.
Black Friday deals: See every Black Friday 2017 deal we've found so far.
Holiday Gift Guide: CNET's full gift guide, including dozens of products priced under $25, $50 and $100.