Black Friday shopping is going to happen, but look a lot different this year for Walmart. The annual pushing and shoving to get that TV deal will look different, but you will still be able to get good deals from the retail giant.

Walmart announced today that we will not be getting one weekend of Black Friday deals, but an entire month of deals. They are calling it a "revamped Black Friday savings event," which will run the first, second, and third weekends in November.

You will also be able to get these deals online (first), and then the deals will hit the stores a few days later. This is an effort to reduce crowds in the stores on one day, they will be spreading out the deals and savings all month long

According to cnn.com

Although it's pushing people to shop online and use its curbside pickup option, shoppers that go to its stores won't experience the pandemonium of the past. Instead, they will form single-file lines at the entrance and be given sanitized shopping carts.

There will be "heath ambassadors” that will be located throughout stores to help assist with making sure customers are maintaining social distancing, and wearing masks. I have to admit, I am not sure I will be making many trips (except to local stores downtown) this year. There will defiantly be an increase in buying online, and staying home.