Updated on Tuesday November 7th, 2017: We just posted Kmart’s short, 5-page Black Friday 2017 ad — Check it out below!
Not terribly exciting this year, most of the deals are on clothes. You’ll also find various holiday decor on sale at up to 50% off. The sale runs from Thursday, November 23, 2017 starting at 6:00PM in stores (that’s in the afternoon on Thanksgiving day). Then stores re-open at 6:00AM with the offers valid through 2:00PM or while supplies last. Most of the sale items should also be available online at kmart.com. Happy bargain hunting!
What are you planning on buying at this years Black Friday sale at Kmart? Let us know in the comments below!
Updated November 10, 2016: We’ve just received a copy of Kmart’s leaked Black Friday newspaper insert ad! We’ve posted the first few pages below. But because it’s so big we had to split it up onto multiple pages – Just follow the page links at the bottom of the page to see it in full.
This year Kmart is opening their doors at 7:00PM on Thanksgiving day (that’s November 24, 2016). The best deals will likely sell out in the first hour or less, but everything else will be available up through 2:00AM in the morning. Just keep in mind that if you live in the States of ME, RI, or MA, then the sale will go live a few hours later at midnight (12:00AM on November 25, 2016). You’ll also be able to shop the sale at kmart.com.
Here’s a look at some of this year’s featured deals:
– Select DVD and Blu-Ray movies are just $1.00/each.
– Your choice of a Proctor Silex 5-speed hand mixer, iron, can opener, or 2-slice toaster is just $4.00/each.
– Disney 10” Spider-Man or Frozen kids bike on sale for $19.00.
– 50% off all Christmas light sets.
– Startaastic Static Laser Projector (as seen on TV!) on sale for $19.00.
– Barbie Fashionista or ballerina dolls on sale for $4.99/each.
– Nerf Elite Firestrike or Mega Bigshock on sale for $6.99/each.
– 80-piece Mega Blocks bucket on sale for $9.99/each.
– Select Huffy brand bikes on sale for $49.99/each.
Check out the rest of the deals in the ad book below: