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The biggest Black Friday sale of the year, at Walmart, will start at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, joining the line of stores planning an earlier Black Friday opening this year.

Walmart has just announced it will kick off its Black Friday sale Thursday at 6, which means for the best deals you will have to line up at noon or 1 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, eating turkey either for breakfast, or while waiting in line.

However, the store plans to stagger the sale into three separate events, with other doorbusters starting at 8 p.m. and still more Friday morning at 8 a.m.

And for the second year in a row, Walmart will have a "1 Hour in-stock Guarantee" on certain items, meaning you won't have to fight 200 people, and knock down Grandma, just to get one of 3 waffle irons in stock.

The Hottest Thursday 6 p.m. Deals

The website BF ads.net says the 6 p.m. Thursday deals will include:

     -Apple iPad Mini for $299 with $100 gift card (making the iPad Mini $199)

     -32 inch HDTV:  $98

     -60" Vizio LED Smart TV:  $688

     -HP Pavilion 14 inch Touch Screen Laptop: $278

The Hottest Thursday 8 p.m. Deals

The second round of deals will start at 8 p.m. Thursday and will include:

     -Beats by Dre Solo headphones:  $114 (Normally, $199, , and matching Target's big Black Friday deal)

     -RCA 7-inch tablet:  $49

     -Nikon Digital L27 Camera: $49

Friday Morning Deals

Friday mornings doorbusters will include vacuum cleaners, kitchen gadgets, clothing, and tools. Big sales will continue all weekend.

The Bottom Line

You can see the full color ad by clicking here, or going to bfads.net/Black-Friday/Walmart/Ad.

While Walmart is known for hundreds of Black Friday specials, if you are looking for a 55 or 60 inch TV at an incredible price, you may do better at Best Buy or Target this year, according to the early release of the their ads.

Target's big doorbuster is a 50 inch 1080p HDTV for just $229.

Wherever you shop, don't waste your money.

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