In anticipation of one of the busiest shopping days of the year, Walmart has a sneak peek into what shoppers can expect.
The sale will be broken up into three events, with the first one starting at 6 p.m. Thanksgiving Day.
While the location on Keeaumoku Street is open 24 hours, shoppers will be allowed to line up two hours ahead of the start of each event.
“We do have some hot items that we are allowing customers to come in and line up two hours ahead of each start of the ad, select items. They can get a wristband, reserve their quantity of items and then proceed to shop around the store,” explained manager Debbie Shima.
Some of the hot items this year include a 7-inch RCA tablet for $29, plus deals on televisions and computers, and anything “Frozen”-related.
As for the possibility of those items running out, Shima said, “We bought deep this year into a lot of hot items. We feel we’ll have enough to satisfy a lot of our customers.”
Click here to view Walmart’s Black Friday ad, as well as ads and extended shopping hours for other stores and malls across the state.