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Wal-Mart already offering early holiday sales

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Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is upping the ante on holiday shopping.
    
The world's largest retailer is pulling forward by nearly a month seven big deals on items like TVs and tablets that were originally reserved for the day after Thanksgiving and so-called Cyber Monday.
    
Shoppers will be able to purchase the items online starting shortly after midnight Friday. At the same time, Walmart.com will be pushing another 300 holiday deals on its website, from toys to home decor.
    
The seven deals include a 42- inch JVC LED TV for $299, a savings of 36 percent, and a 10-inch XELIO tablet for $49, a 51 percent discount. The items will be available while supplies last.
    
Wal-Mart declined to say whether it would be repeating the discounts during the Thanksgiving weekend.

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