Walmart ‘Big Save’ Event 2020: The 18 Best Deals (Prime Day Rival Sale)

Amazon prime day The sales event begins on Tuesday 13 October, and ends on Wednesday, but retail rival Walmart has created its “The Big Save” deal event that began on 11 October and runs from Thursday. These are the best deals of Walmart ever.

We expect to see deals from other retailers as well, such as Target and Best Buy. If you want to spend your money elsewhere then you do not need to pay these allowances or Amazon Overlords for Prime Membership. (Although they are all exaggerations, actually.)

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  • $ 245 for Allswell Hybrid Queen mattress ($ 130 discount): Allsale is our favorite cheap mattress, so the extra $ 130 is a nice bonus. Unlike many similarly priced mattresses that we tested, Allsell individually wrapped a top layer of gel-infused memory foam to prevent speed transfer and for comfort. Its rim with tubing like a traditional mattress, so it has better edge support than other foam models.

  • iRobot Roomba E6 for $ 299 ($ ​​150 off): When it comes to robot spaces, iRobot consistently puts out some of the best (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 small bin at 300ml, and no HEPA filter, but a faster charging time.

  • Eufy RoboVac 25C Wi-Fi Connected Robot Vacuum ($ 101 off) for $ 149: While we have not tested this Eufy model (we recommend the Eufy RoboVac G30). We constantly like the spaces of Uffi’s budget robots as being affordable, attractive and easy to use.

  • Instant Pot 6 qt in Vintage Floral for $ 49 ($ 50 off): This vintage floral wallpaper inspired by Instantpot is for a specific person (me), but if you own this is a great thing for an all-in-one electric pressure cooker.

  • Dyson AirWrap Complete Set ($ 31 off) for $ 519: This is not the biggest discount for an expensive piece of hair tech, but if you are eyeing the airwap, anyone can make a deal. And this includes all brushes and stick attachments instead of the typical sets of hairs that run for $ 500.

  • Keurig Classic ($ 10 off) for $ 79: If you like the idea of ​​a cup style coffee pot, this is a great price for a classic keurig. They are not our favorite coffee utensils, but for the occasional coffee drinker or student in the dorm room, they make life a little easier.

  • Well 3 Piece 20 Pounds Blanket Set For $ 60 ($ 10 Off): We haven’t tried this particular model, and we don’t think it’s the best weighted blanket you can find – while weighted blankets are usually expensive, the cheap options we saw weren’t all that great – but it A good price if you want to try out the concept without spending too much. It also comes with a cover and imask.

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