Amazon’s Prime Day shopping event has kicked off, but retail rival Walmart didn’t want to feel left out and created its own “The Big Save” sale that started October 11 and runs through Thursday. We’ve poured over hundreds of product pages to find you the best deals from Walmart so far. You don’t have to pay for a Prime membership to get these perks or give to the Amazon Overlords if you’d prefer to spend your money elsewhere. (Though they’re all overlords, really.)
Updated October 13: We’ve added more Nintendo Switch game deals, and marked products no longer on sale.
We strike through deals that sell out or are unavailable at their discounted price. Deal sometimes return and items come back in stock faster than we can update, so check for yourself.
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- Allswell Hybrid King Mattress for $260 ($109 off): The Allswell is our favorite cheap mattress, so the extra savings make it a better deal. Unlike many of the similarly priced mattresses we tested, the Allswell has individually wrapped springs inside it to prevent motion transfer and a top layer of gel-infused memory foam for comfort. It’s rimmed with tubing like a traditional mattress, so it has better edge support than other foam models. The queen size has sold out, but other sizes are also on sale.
iRobot Roomba E6 for $299 ($150 off): When it comes to robot vacuums, iRobot consistently puts out some of the best (the S9+ is one of our favorites). The E6 has a half-liter bin and a HEPA filter. The 670 is also on sale for $244 ($86 off). It has a bit of a smaller bin at 300 milliliters, and no HEPA filter, but has a faster charging time.
Eufy RoboVac 25C Wi-Fi Connected Robot Vacuum for $149 ($101 off): While we haven’t tested this Eufy model (we recommend the Eufy RoboVac G30), we like Eufy’s robot vacuums as they’re affordable and easy to use.
Dyson Airwrap Complete Set for $519 ($31 off): It’s not the biggest discount for an expensive piece of hair tech, but if you’ve been eyeing the Airwrap, any deal might do. And this one includes all the brush and wand attachments, rather than the hair-specific sets that run for $500.
Keurig Classic for $79 ($10 off): If you like the idea of a one-cup style coffee pot, this is a good price for the classic Keurig. They aren’t our favorite coffee pots, but for the occasional coffee drinker or a student living in a dorm room, they make life a little easier.
Well Being Three-Piece 20 Pound Weighted Blanket Set for $60 ($10 off): We haven’t tried this particular model, but the reviews are positive and it’s a relatively affordable way to try them out if you haven’t before. Plus, it comes with a cover and eyemask.
Instant Pot 6-Quart in Vintage Floral for $49 ($50 off): This vintage floral wallpaper inspired InstantPot is for a specific person (me), but if that’s you this is a great deal for an all-in-one electric pressure cooker.
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