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Cyber Monday 2018 Walmart deals you can still get: $100 off iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, $130 Nintendo 2DS XL and more


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Walmart is best known as a big physical store, but it’s got plenty happening online. Most of the Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals are sold out now, but that doesn’t mean the deals are all gone.

The massive retailer’s Cyber Monday sale is suitably gigantic, with deals remaining on gear such as the last year’s iPhone 8 and 8 Plus as well as Nintendo’s 2DS XL portable console.

Updated, Nov. 27 at 2:30 a.m. PT: Deals and availability confirmed.

Note the following:

  • Deals available online now: We’ve left existing deals at the top, and verified that they’re in stock online at time of writing.
  • Expired Black Friday or in-store only deals: Any sales that are no longer applicable — or are in-store only — have been moved to the bottom and marked as such. That includes the $100 40-inch TV as well as many of the phone deals. The Instant Pot deal is no longer available (check Amazon for similar deals), and the PS4 and Nintendo Switch bundles are sold out, too.
  • CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page.

Scroll down to see a few of our favorite Black Friday deals, starting off with the ones available now — and check out more deals in the slideshow below

Walmart Cyber Monday sale prices

Apple iPad 32GB $250 ($80 off)

Incredibly, the Apple iPad with 32GB is still available at Walmart. That’s an $80 discount. Thanks, Cyber Monday. Go get it while it’s still around — this disappeared then came back into stock.


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iPhone 8: $500 (save $100)

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If you’re OK with Walmart’s Straight Talk wireless service and last year’s midrange iPhones, you can save a cool $100 on Cyber Monday.


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Read CNET’s iPhone 8 review

Nintendo 2DS XL: $130 (save $20)

Most of Walmart’s good Nintendo Switch deals have expired, but this is solid savings on the older 2DS XL, a portable console we still really like.


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Read the CNET review

Google Home Hub, $99 (save $50)

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That’s a whole 33 percent off the extremely handy Google Home Hub, which was just released. And it’s got no camera, so it’s a more comfortable bedroom and kitchen companion that other smart displays. Walmart’s deal also comes with $10 credit for Vudu.


$99.00 at Walmart


Google Home Hub review

iPad 2018 Wi-Fi model for $250 (save $80)

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If you missed this price for Black Friday, Walmart is the only place that still has it in stock on Cyber Monday. Kind of.

As of noon ET on November 26, Cyber Monday, it was in-stock again after being listed as sold out earlier in the day. We expect it to go in and out of stock all day. If it’s out when you click through, try another color — or coming back in a bit.


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SEE CNET’S IPAD REVIEW

Google Home Mini for $25 (half price)

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Amazon doesn’t sell Google Assistant products because they directly compete with its Alexa-powered Echo speakers. This great half-price deal on the Google Home Mini is widely available almost everywhere else. Coral is sold out as of 2:30 a.m. PT Monday Nov. 26 and delivery on all colours is delayed until Dec 2.


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Read the CNET review

15.6-inch gaming laptop, GTX 1060 3G, 256GB SSD, 8GB RAM: $800 (save $200)

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If you’re looking for a starter gaming laptop, this is pretty sweet. You get a decent graphics card and a good-sized SSD, along with plenty of RAM and an Intel Core i5 processor (previous generation), for a great price.


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Retro Arcade Machine (Street Fighter 2 or Galaga), $249 (save $50)

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Who wouldn’t want an arcade machine in their house?

It’s only $50 off, but $249 isn’t too bad for a buildable Galaga or Street Fighter 2 machine!


$249.00 at Walmart


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Xbox One S Minecraft bundle for $199 (save $100)

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This bundle pulls together a 1TB Xbox One S with Minecraft, the megapopular building game that’s suitable for all ages. 


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Read the CNET review

Xbox One X for $399 (save $100)

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Want the more powerful Xbox One X? It’s available for $100 off, too. This console delivers a full 4K gaming experience, and it plays 4K Blu-rays, too (the similarly priced PS4 Pro can’t do that). Note there was only one left in stock as of Sunday, Nov. 25 at 5:30 p.m. PT.


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Read the CNET review

Note that you can also get the Xbox One S or One X with some other, newer games by paying just $20 or $30 more. That’s still a net savings, because you’d likely be paying $60 for these games if purchased separately.

Xbox One S bundles for $229 at Walmart:

See the Forza Horizon 4 bundle
See NBA 2K19 bundle
See Battlefield V bundle

Xbox One X bundles for $420 at Walmart (see price in cart): 

See the PUBG bundle

Xbox One X bundles for $429 at Walmart:

See Fallout 76 bundle
See the NBA 2K19 bundle


Deals that are expired, out of stock or in-store only

65-inch 4K smart Roku TV: $398

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This is an insane price on a big TV with Roku, the best smart TV system CNET has ever tested. Walmart’s ad says the TV is either the TCL 65S4 or the Sharp LC‑65Q7300U. We haven’t reviewed either model directly, but TCL tells us it has “similar form and function” to the S405 we reviewed in 2017 (pictured), which costs roughly $350 more at 65 inches.


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Read CNET’s S405 review

Roku Ultra, $48 (half price!)

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This deal has ended as of Nov. 25 at 5:30pm PT. The Roku Ultra now costs $89.95 with $35 credit toward Sling TV.

The highest-end Roku improves on our favorite 4K streamer, the Streaming Stick Plus, with a headphone jack on the remote, a remote finder and (new for 2018) JBL headphones, a $30 value. Walmart has this product a couple of bucks cheaper than Amazon, and it throws in a $5 Vudu credit and a $35 Sling TV credit, too.


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Roku Ultra preview

iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus: $400 gift card

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From the cheapest TV to the most expensive iPhones… of last year. You’ll pay full price for the iPhone X, iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus, but a $400 gift card (that’s four Insignia 40-inch TVs!) is hard to pass up if you’re a frequent Walmart shopper. You’ll need to activate through AT&T, Sprint or Verizon. 

This deal is in-store only: Nov. 22 at 6 p.m. through Nov. 23. Schedule an activation appointment at 6 p.m. Activations begin at 8 p.m.


Read CNET’s iPhone X review

iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR: $300 gift card

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Wait, you want a new iPhone? That’ll cost you even more, and net a lower-value gift card. But if you get the cheaper XR ($750) it’s a solid deal and might be worth heading to Walmart to make it happen.

This deal is in-store only: Nov. 22 at 6 p.m. through Nov. 23. Schedule an activation appointment at 6 p.m. Activations begin at 8 p.m.


Read the iPhone XR review

Samsung Galaxy S9, Note 9, S9 Plus, S8, S8 Plus: $300 gift card

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Similar deal where you have to pay full price in-store, but with a cheaper phone. The S9 from 2018 starts at $650, while the S8 models from 2017 are even cheaper. If you’re not wedded to the iPhone, these Samsungs are pretty sweet bargains with the gift card.

This deal is in-store only: Nov. 22 at 6 p.m. through Nov. 23. Schedule an activation appointment at 6 p.m. Activations begin at 8 p.m.


Read the Galaxy S9 review

Cheapest. 40-inch TV. Ever.

40-inch Hisense 1080p TV: $99 (in store only)

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Neither have we reviewed this Hisense (model 40EU3000), but we’re guessing its image quality is on the bottom end of “acceptable,” at best. But this is the lowest price we’ve ever seen for a 40-inch TV. Just last year we were excited about 32-inch TVs for $99. Insanity. 

(Note: We’ve just discovered this is sadly in store only.)


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