Retailer Wal-Mart today posted its Black Friday ad, revealing a number of deals on various Apple and Beats products for the upcoming holiday shopping season. The announcement follows the reveal of Black Friday ads from Best Buy and Target, which contained a number of deals on iPads, iPhones, and more.

Starting at 6 PM on November 27, Wal-Mart is offering the original 16GB Wi-Fi only iPad mini for $199 which also comes with a $30 gift card. Starting at 8 PM on November 27, the retailer will offer the 16GB Wi-Fi only iPad Air for $397 which also comes with a $100 gift card. Customers can also purchase the 16GB iPhone 6 at $179 and receive a $75 gift card, while the 16GB iPod touch is being offered for $195 with a $30 gift card. Additionally, a three-pack of iTunes gift cards will be on sale for $25, $5 off from the normal $30 price.

A number of Beats products are also being discounted by Wal-Mart, with the Beats by Dre Studio wireless headphones on sale for $149. Wal-Mart is also offering the Beats by Dre Drenched Solo headphones and the popular Beats Pill Bluetooth speaker for $99. All sales on Beats products start at 8 PM on November 27.

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For more Black Friday discounts, make sure to check our Black Friday roundup often which will be updated as more deals on Apple-related products are announced.

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Zxxv Avatar
127 months ago
only available if you use apple pay

:D
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2457282 Avatar
127 months ago
No Apple Pay support? Sorry, Staples and Office Depot are offering competitve sales and support Apple Pay, so no thanks Walmart. Hope that CurrentC thing works for you - he says as he walks away laughing hysterically.
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tommyboy21 Avatar
127 months ago
Seems strange there is no iPad Air 2 deal. Oh well, I guess that means either Target or Best Buy will be the best option.
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