Who's ready for a little holiday shopping? Well, Walmart's got all you need to cover everyone, naughty or nice (and a few of the in-betweens!), on your list. To help make shopping less of a chore, we've partnered with Walmart for their Deals for Days campaign, which will bring you the best bargains daily through the end of November. Check out today's list of terrific goodies made up of excellent gift ideas at unbelievable prices. As an added bonus, if you add to cart now you'll avoid potential shipping delays, inflation price hikes and other Scrooge-worthy hurdles of the holiday season.
From home theater projectors to vacs, Hot Wheels to Goodyear, this go-to grab bag's got something for everyone. But you do need to act fast, because with prices this low, supplies will not last. So with that in mind, let's get shopping!
1. Get this lightweight, portable stain-destroyer for over $50 off
Thanks to the Hoover Spotless Portable Carpet and Upholstery Cleaner, there's no need to worry about staining from muddy boots (or muddy paws!) or even the errant coffee spill anymore. This vac works hard to easily lift and remove stains by combining powerful suction and deep-cleaning tools. Plus, it comes with a trial-size bottle of the brand's cleaning solution for some extra oomph. And as a huge bonus, its Self-Clean Technology flushes the hose clean, ensuring a spotless clean inside and out.
Five star fans rave about this little machine's prowess on everything from stairs to car upholstery. One shares, "This little machine is powerful and easy to carry from spot to spot. The self cleaning hose is great since you don't realize how much gunk gets caught in there."
Goodyear's Assurance Outlast All-Season Tires perform longer — and boast a 77% greater tread life warranty — than their standard all-season tires. So you'll be able to go that extra mile on wet and snow-covered roads. And for under $100 per tire, you can outfit your ride with a whole new set this holiday. This shopper agreed, "These tires ride very smoothly on the pavement and as stated by the warranty, up to 80,000 miles. We live on a gravel road and I can feel the difference with the thickness of the tread on these tires. I strongly recommend this to anyone who is looking for a tire and especially a set!"
When it starts to get cold and you want to stay in — but aren't feeling another game of 'Scrabble' — then RCA's HD Home Theater Projector is all the entertainment you'll need. Plus, it comes complete with a 100-inch fold up screen that you can move from garage to game room (or wherever you want to set up your viewing experience). This reviewer loves its surprise versatility. "The RCA projector is great for movie nights at home, the park or camping trips. It comes with everything you need and the added bonus of a projector screen. With the HDMI connections, it can be used with your TV, laptop or cellphones." And at $49, it also makes a terrific gift for the movie lover in your life!
The Protege 20-inch Hardside Rolling Carry-On Spinner — now an unbelievable $35 —is the ideal carry-on companion that's made for all kinds of of travelers and destinations. Make that flight as you navigate through that airport obstacle course with your 360-degree spinning suitcase by your side. And since it's made of lightweight, durable and impact-resistant material, it absorbs bends and dents, flexing back into its original shape. So both you and your spinner will arrive on time and in style. And for this price it's perfect for couples, families or just for your dream solo trip! Also comes in Blue, Harbor Blue and Pearl Blush.
Who doesn't love Hot Wheels? This nostalgic fave shows no sign of slowing down, turning up the heat with its Volcano Escape set. This new sweeping mechanism shoots cars from the base to the peak of the volcano and offers various ways to escape molten lava flows and traps. This happy parent wrote, "It was everything that my son wanted and he's enjoyed it already for many hours, and will probably enjoy it for many hours more to come!"
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