Sam's Club Black Friday ad leaks with HP laptop, desktop deals

The warehouse chain even throws in a Samsung Galaxy tablet deal for old-time's sake.


The Black Friday ad for Sam's Club features laptops and desktops from HP exclusively.

With November finally here, the Black Friday ad leaks have begun trickling in. Following both Dell's home and small business ad disclosures, Walmart's warehouse arm Sam's Club has its 12-page ad see the light of daily early as well.

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In a far cry from the recent past, the ad has but a single tablet special in the form of a 10.1-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A for $188.44, which is not only about $80 off the current price, but includes a 32GB microSD for additional storage needs.

Long gone are the days when Sam's Club included an iPad as a Black Friday special -- there's no Apple product in sight in the ad.

Instead, the other computing devices highlighted are all HP systems: a desktop and a trio of laptops. The desktop is a bundle of a Pavilion tower with 24-inch monitor, with a significant discount of $250 off the everyday price of $729. The PC includes an Intel Core i5 processor, 12 gigs of RAM, and a 2TB hard drive, while the display has full HD resolution.

The notebook deals start with the 15-BA067CL, which the ad claims is regularly priced at $449, but which is currently priced at $399 on the Sam's Club website. The Black Friday price of $299 is still $100 cheaper, and you get a choice of blue, teal, or red case color to go with an AMD A10-9600 processor, 8GB of memory, terabyte hard drive, and 15.6-inch display.

For $30 more, you can grab the 17-x027cl, which comes with an Intel Core i3-5005U CPU, 6GB of RAM, 1TB hard drive, and 17.3-inch screen for $170 less than the regular price.

Rounding things out is the beefier HP 15-ay137cl with Core i7-7500U processor, 16 gigs of RAM, and terabyte hard drive for $499, or a whopping $250 less than the current price.