Amazon Prime Day is here, and Walmart's clapping back with its own Prime Day 2022 sale, with deals that are truly worth shopping. As they have in previous years, Walmart's spring event kicked off over the weekend and it'll run through July 14th, with some deals lasting longer. After surges in demand, retailers have found themselves with massive amounts of overstock — which means deeper discounts for you. “Even retailers that have been notorious for never doing big sales are offering discounts because they have so much inventory that they need to clear out,” Rakuten’s Retail & Shopping Expert, Kristen Gall, tells Yahoo Life. “So it’s a consumer’s market this year.” Ready to score some serious deals? Don't miss these.
Our Favorite Walmart anti-Prime Day deals:
Wyze Robot Vacuum with Lidar Room Mapping
Apple AirPods Pro with MagSafe Charging Case
Sony Sony 55" Class 4K UHD Smart Google TV
Google Google Nest Mini
Nine.Eight Nine.Eight Womens Halter Maxi Dress
Right now, Walmart is a goldmine for massive markdowns on tech, home goods, kitchen gear and beauty treats. It's like Black Friday in July. And while you're scoring deals, make sure you’re signed up for Walmart+. Not yet a member? No worries; you can get yourself a free 30-day trial here. (Nevertheless, those without Walmart+ still get free shipping on orders of $35 or more.) Ready to shop Walmart's best anti-Prime Day deals? Right this way:
Visit amazing new locales, like the skyscraper-packed New Donk City, and run into familiar friends and foes as you try to save Princess Peach from Bowser's clutches and foil his dastardly wedding plans.
Right now you can get all the voice-controlled smart-home connectivity your heart desires for next to nothing. You’ll be surprised what big sound this tiny unit can deliver, and it works with Google Assistant. Choose from charcoal, gray, blue and orange.
Make fresh homemade bread without having to roll up your sleeves. Just add the ingredients, select the cycle and press start. Since you're in control, it's easier to make healthy choices. And a lot more fun, too!
Meet the halter maxi — one of the most Instagrammable dress trends of the summer. Destined to be a favorite, this beauty features a ribbon-tie at the neck, an open back and a pretty sash. Whether you opt for heels or flats, expect compliments.
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If you're looking for a blender that’ll get the job done, this 1000-Watt Ninja device is a great option. It can crush ice completely in seconds and get a smooth blend on all your favorite dishes. A sizable 72-ounce pitcher lets you whip up plenty of smoothies at once.
Connect this Wi-Fi router to your modem and place it in an open space. Once synced with your internet provider, the router can cover up to 1,500 square feet of space, delivering fast, reliable WiFi to all areas of your home.
Kick back on your couch and let your robo vac do the work for you. This popular Shark vacuum features a tri-brush system to really sweep up dirt, dust and other gunk lurking on your floors. It runs for 120 minutes before needing a recharge and is easily operated from your phone.
Treat your tired feet with this handy massager. It offers three air pressure levels and three different speeds for massage rollers to help you — and your feet — unwind. There's even a heating feature to warm you up. Control all the action with the included remote.
Enjoy blowing speeds of up to 115 miles per hour with this cordless blower. It features a brushless motor to deliver more power and a longer run-time compared to brushed blowers. There's even a speed trigger with cruise control!
Good mascara is hard to find, especially at a discount. Well, Lord & Berry's popular waterproof mascara is marked down to $18 today. This cruelty-free makeup lengthens and thickens lashes for false eyelash effect that's actually real.
This gorgeous pear-shaped studs are classy and eye-catching in small package. Made of mega-popular Swarovski crystals, the sparkling gems are mounted on a rhodium-plated metal post with a butterfly back for comfort.
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