SPOKANE, Wash. - If you're planning your Black Friday shopping, you may be struggling with what to get for friends and family. Hundreds of items are on sale, but what is at the top of everyone's wish list?
Walmart invited KXLY 4 News into the store Tuesday to preview what the most sought after items will be this holiday season. Items which you can find for a discount on Black Friday.
One thing that's always a must-have for many kids and teens is the latest gaming system. Lucky for parents, many stores will be having big deals on both the Xbox One and Playstation 4.
If your kids are willing to take an older model, those gaming systems can be found for about $200. But, if you need to get the Xbox One X or Playstation 4 Pro, that's going to cost closer to $500.
Cyber Monday might be your best bet for the absolute latest gaming systems. Target will be promising everything online for at least 15% off. That includes gaming systems, like the Nintendo Switch, which won't be on sale at hardly any store this Black Friday.
Another big deal this year is smart home devices, like the Amazon Echo or Google Home. At most stores on Black Friday, you can pick up a Google Home Mini for under $30.
"They are interactive. You can use them to ask it questions, you can sync them to your phones and car and things like that. So, it's very interactive with all of Google products," said Jennifer Blachly, the Walmart Store Manager at the Walmart on Hayford Rd.
When it comes to toys, Blachly says Hatchimals will be a big deal again this year. Another popular toy are Furreal Pets. Those are animals which can interact with kids with realistic growls. It can even follow your movements.
While doing your Black Friday shopping, it's important not to be afraid of technology. Embrace several apps, which can make sure you're saving the most money. Check out this list of apps, and see how they can help your Black Friday experience.
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