- Walmart said Wednesday it would stagger the launch of in-store Black Friday sales across three days in November to avoid crowds.
- It will also limit store capacity to just 20% during its Black Friday sales, Bloomberg reported.
- The first Black Friday event will focus on toys, electronics, and home products.
- The retailer will launch discounts online first, and then bring them to stores at least two days later, it said.
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Walmart will split its Black Friday in-store sales over three days in November to avoid overcrowding, it said Wednesday.
It will also limit the number of Black Friday shoppers to just 20% of store capacity, Bloomberg reported.
The retailer said it would launch in-store sales events on November 7, 14, and 27, when stores will open at 5 a.m..
To avoid shoppers rushing to stores, Walmart is launching each set of discounts online