WalmartÂ launched its sale back in October, even though the mega sale doesn’t begin, technically, . Nevertheless, the retailer has unveiled discounts on TVs — including the 55-inch version of Vizio’s excellent M-Series Quantum 4K set — tablets,Â and a range of other popular gifts for the 2019 holiday season. Â understand that though there may be lower prices ahead, it’s never a bad idea to take advantage of early sales — before the most in-demand products sell out and the insanity of the holidays takes hold.
That noted,, which kicked off Thursday morning with some epic deals on a range of Apple products. In fact, it’s offering better prices than Walmart on some iPad models and the Apple Watch Series 4, as noted below.
We continue to comb through all the deals at both stores, posting the Walmart highlights below and other deals at our. Take a look and check back often, as we’ll be adding new discounts and updating prices and availability on a regular basis.Â
This is a decent discount on the 128GB model of the 2018 iPad, but note that we expect the 2019 model (same chip, slightly larger screen) to dip back to $299 later this month. The 32GB model will likely return to $249 as well.
We bought one of these throwback Instax cameras for my daughter last year, and it turned her into a budding photographer. The pros: It’s simple to use, delivers the instant gratification of a physical print, and has loads of vintage Polaroid vibes. The con: The film is pricey, so discounts like these help. This Walmart bundle includes a Mini 9 camera and a case, a twin pack of film (for 20 photos), photo frames and filters.
When Lenovo introduced the IdeaPad 330s last year, it started at $500. Now, you can get a decent midrange configuration — with a quad-core AMD processor, a 256GB SSD and 8GB of RAM — for under $350. Equipped with a sharp 15.6-inch display, the 330s has thinner-than-usual bezels and an aluminum lid. Walmart has been dishing up this deal for between $329 and $349 — now is the time to strike.
The Eufy RoboVac 35C connects via Wi-Fi to Alexa or Google Assistant, which means that you can tell it to clean up, and then walk away. We haven’t tested this particular model, which Walmart has discounted by more than $200, but we did review the similar 11S Max modelÂ (pictured above), which we found to be a solid performer on bare hardwood floors.
Most of Arcade1Up’s machines cost around $300. This one — which is a three-quarter-size version of the original — costs $170 once it’s in your shopping cart. And it looks, sounds and plays exactly like the old arcade machines. Walmart is also offering the Centipede edition for $180.
We were excited about the Ninja Coffee Bar when it cost $140 — and now Walmart has it again for $99. (The price has moved, unpredictably, between $99 and $109 in recent days.) This machine offers a ton of useful brewing modes — plus the flexibility to handle various drink sizes at the flip of a switch.
Originally posted last month. Frequently updated with additional deals and information.