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Wal-Mart's Thanksgiving Sales Carries Over to Cyber Monday Successes

Dec 03, 2013 04:06 PM EST | By Justin Stock
Wal-mart, Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday
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Wal-Mart and other retailers are serving customers doing home improvement at the beginning of the spring season.(Photo : Reuters)

Like many other retailers, Wal-Mart saw record-setting success with sales during the holiday season a pr newswire press release reported.

"We had an all-time record sales day yesterday as the momentum we saw on Thanksgiving carried through to Cyber Monday," Joel Anderson, president and CEO, U.S. "We're committed to giving our customers the best savings on the gifts they want most this holiday season, and we're offering 200 online specials every day through Friday so customers can make the most of their budgets."

An LG 50 inch, 1080 p, 60 MHz LED High Definition TV with Wi-Fi, a Fisher Price Power Wheels Red Ford F 150 Raptor 12-Volt run on Battery, Mega Bloks First Builders Build 'n Learn Table Plus Bonus Play Set, a TRIO Stealth G2 10.2 inch, 16 gigabyte dual core tablet, and a Tilting Wall Mount that fits a 37 inch to 70 inch flat panel television equipped with an HDMI cable.

The deals continue online at for cyber week. Two hundred deals are available until Friday. Consumers can have ordered items that total at least $35 sent out for free.. This includes 99 percent of the retailer's items.

Wal-Mart also saw big jumps in sales on Black Friday where consumers could buy a variety of other items in the LeapPad 2 for $39.99 instead of its usual price of $79, a little tikes cozy coupe for $34.99 instead of $49.87, a nerf rebelle crossbow for $19.88 instead of $11.99, a monopoly board game for $5 instead of $7.77, and a hot wheels single car for .60 cents rather than the normal .97 cents.

There was also the LG 50-inch HDTV for $448, down from its original $598, Skylander video games and infinity starter packs for $37 rather than its normal $74.96, and certain PlayStation 4 and Xbox One Video Games. These included Call of Duty: Ghosts, NBA 2K14 and Battlefield 4, originally $59.96, and priced at $49

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