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the american chain Walmart announced the return of its “Black Friday Deals for Days” events to ring in the holiday shopping season with significant sales and savings on a wide variety of products.
The retail company announced that the events will start every Monday in November: the first will take place in the week of November 7 to 13; the second, from November 14 to 20; the third, from November 21 to 27; and the last one, Cyber Monday, on November 28.
Each savings event will begin on the Walmart.com website and continue in physical stores. Among the benefits that customers can find are: discounts on exclusive Walmart items, electronics, home products, toys, clothing and more.
Additionally, users will have a more streamlined experience of event offerings on both the website and mobile app.
Walmart will also offer easy and convenient services like drive-thru delivery, express delivery, free overnight delivery, or two-day delivery on online orders.
In addition to this, the chain is bringing back its early access benefit to Walmart+ membersgiving them the opportunity to find and shop the best deals online 7 hours before the general public release.
To facilitate the process of returning items, Walmart will offer three return options, such as the Holiday Guarantee, curbside returns and return Pickup for Walmart+ members.
In recent weeks, the company announced the hiring of 40,000 temporary jobs for the holiday season. The offer is smaller when compared to the 150,000 positions it opened in 2021.
In addition to this, both Walmart and other companies are trying to avoid the inconveniences caused last year, derived from problems in the supply chain, and they have advanced the supply to face the strong shopping season.
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