Walmart plans Black Friday deals throughout holiday season.

 Walmart says it plans to offer Black Friday deals throughout the holiday season as it makes COVID-19 adjustments for the critical shopping period. 



"We've heard from our customers that many plan on starting their holiday shopping well before Black Friday and that they're looking for gifts that fit their current lifestyle. So, we've adjusted our strategy to adapt to these new shopping preferences – we're offering more of what they want now, earlier than ever, and all at the best prices," Scott McCall, Walmart executive vice president and chief merchandising officer said in a statement.

Walmart says it has also increased inventory of traditional gifts including electronics with a "focus on TVs, laptops and video games" and will have over 1,300 new toys (See Walmart's top toy list here). There also will be a larger assortment of supply of pet products and Walmart says it's "ready to sell over 3 million comfy pet beds."

The retailer says it also will increase its inventory of electronics, toys, games and kitchenware.

Face coverings and masks, which Walmart began requiring nationwide July 20, will continue to be required, and the plastic barrier also known as sneeze guards will "remain in Walmart pharmacies, at checkout and at other points of sale to distance customers and associates."

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