Over the last several years it has been the case that more and more Americas are looking to take advantage of Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales and deals. By doing research many customers are finding that they can get a HDTV at a very low price by simply being patient and waiting for these very popular TVs to go on sale. WalMart is the largest retailer in the world and they often offer great discounts when it comes to TVs on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Before making any assumptions on what TVs will be in the ad paper it would be a good idea to look at past sales and see which companies were included.WalMart has relationships with many television companies but the deals and sales that are offered on Cyber Monday tend to be quite consistent. When WalMart is buys these TVs in bulk it is usually done months beforehand and the lower prices are set even before the summer. With this being the case many customers will be able to gauge what types of TV sets will be on sale by simple seeing which parts of the shelves at WalMart of the most full.Many WalMart locations make sure to keep the overstock TVs in the back but you will likely see many stacks of merchandise start to come out at most major retailers. By simply looking towards the ceiling of WalMart, Best Buy or Target over the next few weeks you will find many of the Christmas items that are sure to be on sale during the big sale events of the year which often take place on Black Friday or Cyber Monday. Cyber Monday makes things a little bit easier as customers will not have to deal with the crowds like they will on the Friday after Thanksgiving.As Christmas gift ideas are very popular during the next few months it will be the case that many people start to think about buying a TV for the man in their life. Saving some extra money on this TV purchase could help quite a bit when it comes to paying the bills during the holiday season. With WalMart often offering great discounts it might be the cheapest place to find a HDTV from Vizio, Samsung or Philips during the 2010 holiday shopping season. It would also be a smart decision to check out the sales and deals from Target, Best Buy and HH Gregg.