Walmart Slashes Prices on HDTV and Blu-ray Player Bundles for Super Bowl Week

Walmart (NYSE: WMT) announced today Game Time savings on HDTVs worthy of a touchdown celebration. Beginning on Sunday, Jan. 30 through Feb. 5 or while supplies last, football fans can go to their local Walmart and save up to $560 on a Samsung LED HDTV and Blu-ray Disc player bundle. Customers can also enjoy up to $100 savings on additional select HDTVs and up to $40 savings on select home theater systems.(1)

Gathering around the TV for the Big Game : The final game of the season is one of the biggest drivers of HDTV sales(2) with families getting their living room ready to watch the last gridiron clash. Walmart’s Game Time HDTV savings (3) include:

Vizio 32″ LCD HDTV (720p, 60Hz, 31.5″ diagonal screen size) – $348
Phillips 40″ LCD HDTV (1080p, 120Hz, 39.9″ diagonal screen size) – $498 ($100 savings)
Vizio 42″ LCD HDTV (1080p, 60Hz, 42.0″ diagonal screen size) – $548
Vizio 47″ HDTV (1080p, 120Hz, 46.1″ diagonal screen size) – $698
Samsung 40″ LED HDTV (1080p, 60Hz, 40.0″ diagonal screen size) and Blu-ray Disc Player Bundle – $748 (over $360 savings)
Samsung 46″ LED HDTV (1080p, 60Hz, 45.9″ diagonal screen size) and Blu-ray Disc Player Bundle – $898 (over $560 savings)
Vizio 55″ LCD HDTV (1080p, 120Hz, 54.9″ diagonal screen size) – $998

Bringing the Stadium Into the Living Room: It wouldn’t be game day without the roar of the crowd. Walmart offers savings on home theater systems and a Vizio sound bar so football fans will feel like they are in Dallas for the big game.(3)

Vizio High Definition Sound Bar – $98
Sony DVD Home Theater System – $198 ($30 savings)
Phillips Blu-ray Disc Home Theater System – $288 ($40 savings)
LG Blu-ray Disc Home Theater System – $348 ($20 savings)

Walmart also offers a variety of healthy snack options for Game Time parties including veggie and fruit platters, ingredients to make low-fat guacamole and more. Additional information on Walmart’s Game Time offers can be found at

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