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The past few weeks have been chockablock with sales — from Memorial Day to Prime Day and Walmart's Days of Deals, there's been no shortage of opportunities to save a few (or many) bucks. So why stop the party now? Even though the 4th of July has come and gone, that doesn't mean the sales have stopped — in fact, they're as strong as ever. Case in point? Walmart's treasure trove of deals. In fact, you can score discounts across the board, from TVs and vacs to home goods, and plenty on the fashion and beauty front as well.
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Without further ado, here are the best 4th of July sales still happening at Walmart. Happy shopping!
Best TV sales
On sale for $648 (was $750), the Sony 49-inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV is the latest from the legendary tech company. The massive 65-inch 4K display is vivid and detailed. Sony’s state-of-the-art Processor X1 powers this beauty for true-to-life visuals, while HDR (High Dynamic Range) settings make sure colors stay bright and black levels stay dark. And shoppers just love its massive size!
"I will never be able to watch a smaller TV again. The picture and sound are incredible," raved a happy TV watcher. "I can't say enough great things about this TV. It feels like I'm at the movie theater! It also automatically signs in to all my applications after I log in with my Google account, and I can talk into the remote to control the TV. Love it!"
This 4K TV includes Android TV straight from Google. This means you’ll have instant access to popular streaming apps like Netflix, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, YouTube, Prime Video and much more. You’ll also get a wide range of gaming apps too. What's not to love?
Check out more TV sales below:
Sceptre 19-inch Class HD LED TV, $63 (was $110), walmart.com
Sony 32-inch Class HD LED Smart TV, $298 (was $348), walmart.com
Best headphone and earbud sales
No shocker here: Earbud shoppers are looking for excellent audio, first and foremost. These Samsung Galaxy Buds+ — on sale for $100, a cool $50 off — offer crisp sound and punchy bass for up to an impressive 11 hours per charge (plus get an additional 11 hours with the included wireless charging case). That's nearly a full day of use! Plus, you can get an hour of playback with a three-minute quick boost. This comes in handy when you're about to go for a run and your buds are at zero.
Calls will sound crystal-clear thanks to three microphones (two outer and one inner) that reduce ambient background noise even if you’re in a busy location.
"...I am simply blown away by the sound quality, ease of setup and use, and fit," shared a satisfied Walmart shopper. "I am an active person and have had zero issues with the buds slipping out or moving around in my ears while running, walking, biking, hiking or kayaking. The battery life is as advertised at normal volumes. Haven't had any issues with Bluetooth lag or connection. The feel of the buds and case are simple and unobtrusive. They look very sleek and futuristic. I have had Bose, JBL and Sony headphones that cost more than these buds and I feel like they are a steal for the price."
Check out more headphone and earbud sales below:
Bietrun Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds, $26 (was $130), walmart.com
Luxmo Bluetooth Headphones, $21 (was $36), walmart.com
Jelly Comb On Ear Headphones, $17 (was $50), walmart.com
Best video-game sales
It’s time to join a mayhem-fueled thrill ride — at nearly 60 percent off! In Borderlands Legendary Collection for Nintendo Switch, you’re tasked with stopping the Calypso twins from getting all the bandit clans together and claiming ultimate power in the galaxy. Travel through new worlds and collect a whole boatload of gadgets along the way.
This is the Legacy Edition, which includes all three games (Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition, Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel), DLC (downloadable content) packs with new missions and stories, and more loot and power-ups.
Shoppers love the game because it can be played just about anywhere. "Awesome to be able to play Borderlands on the go," raved a gamer. "Also great for late night or early morning gaming when my wife is sleeping."
Check out more video-game sales below:
No Man's Sky (Xbox One), $20 (was $50), walmart.com
Greedfall (Xbox One), $19 (was $30), walmart.com
Star Wars: Squadrons (PS4), $21 (was $34), walmart.com
Outriders: Day One Edition (PS4), $40 (was $60), walmart.com
Madden NFL 21 (Xbox One), $20 (was $60), walmart.com
Liphom Gaming Headset, $29 (was $57), walmart.com
The Pillars of The Earth (PS4), $29 (was $41), walmart.com
Best smart-home sales
The Roku Streaming Stick+ — on sale for $39, down from $49 — gets you access to HBO Max, Hulu, Netflix, Disney+ and more. It’s a must for older TV sets that don't have built-in streaming, or for people who've grown weary of watching Schitt’s Creek or Emily in Paris on a tiny tablet, laptop or phone screen.
One of the brand's most powerful devices, the Roku Streaming Stick+ turns any TV with an HDMI port into a smart TV. It supports Wi-Fi and wired streaming via Ethernet for a smooth and steady HD and 4K Ultra HD picture quality. Translation: You’ll notice little loading time or buffering. Thanks to HDR (High Dynamic Range), you'll get vivid colors, inky blacks and the sharpest picture imaginable. And shoppers love that you can plug it directly into the internet. And shoppers love that you can use its included remote to control their TVs too.
“Roku is super easy to set up and cheaper than cable,” wrote a five-star Walmart shopper. “If you do not have a smart TV you will with a Roku. It is small and you will never see it since mine is behind the TV. The remote syncs with your TV so you can turn it off and on and use the volume too. Perfect!”
Check out more smart-home sales below:
Google Nest Mini (second generation), $35 (was $49), walmart.com
Anself Wireless Burglar Alarm, $20 (was $28), walmart.com
TSV Smart Plug (two-pack), $18 (was $26), walmart.com
Best home office sales
On sale for $199 (was $310), the Lenovo Chromebook Flex 3 has a brilliant HD 11.6-inch LED touch display that makes everything look great, from charts and graphs to your favorite shows to family Zooms. Count on a speedy, powerful Intel Celeron N4020 Dual Core Processor paired with 4GB of memory and 32GB of on-board storage. It even has a 360-degree hinge, so it can rotate to any angle for use as a tablet. And shoppers love the size and build quality too.
"I really like this Chromebook," raved a savvy Walmart shopper. "It is the perfect size, and I love that they didn't skimp on the frame — it's made of metal and not plastic. The size is perfect for carrying it back and forth. The new operating system works way better than my older Chromebook, and it does everything I need it to do."
Meanwhile, this Chromebook runs the latest version of ChromeOS, so you know you'll get speedy results. And unlike Windows 10 or MacOS laptops, with long loading times and complicated app downloads, you just log in to your Gmail account via Google Chrome and you’re good to go. At the same time, this Chromebook can access and download ChromeOS and Android apps for more versatility.
Check out more home office sales below:
Lenovo Ideapad Flex 5, $399 (was $520), walmart.com
Ousgar 47-inch White Desk, $100 (was $337), walmart.com
Samsung CB4 Chromebook, $159 (was $230), walmart.com
Best robot-vacuum sales
On sale for $269 (was $394), the Shark ION Robot Vacuum RV1000 is designed to tackle all sorts of household surfaces, unlike other devices that just suck up dirt and grime and get stuck against a wall or under furniture. What good is that?
This smart little guy uses a navigation system to map the landscape of your home’s floors, so it doesn’t bump into walls, scratch up furniture or tumble down stairs. During its prodigious 90 minutes of battery life per charge, it can sweep your hardwood floors and then switch to carpets and tiles at a second’s notice. Another perk? It can also be controlled and scheduled via its smartphone app or Alexa.
"I love this shark robot vacuum," raved a delighted shopper. "It maps out my rooms and vacuums in straight lines instead of all willy-nilly like others. We recently removed all of our carpet and put luxury vinyl tile down, we have two dogs that shed constantly, this shark robot vacuum has been a life saver."
Check out more robot-vacuum sales below:
Mighty Rock Robot Vacuum and Mop, $73 (was $130), walmart.com
Ionvac SmartClean 2000 Robovac, $99 (was $180), walmart.com
ILife V5s Pro Robot Vacuum and Mop, $135 (was $180), walmart.com
ILife A4s Robot Vacuum Cleaner, $119 (was $180), walmart.com
Best style sales
Before you ask: No, it's not a typo: These gorgeous sparklers are on sale for 20 bucks! They're made with gorgeous 18K white gold and are set with sparkling Swarowski crystals. They're perfect for everyday, though you can certainly rock them for an ocassion that requires a more elegant dress code.
Check out more style sales below:
Avia Women's Summer Romper, $7 (was $14), walmart.com
Best kitchen sales
This sturdy aluminum alloy cookware set comes with five must-haves: two fry pans and sauce pans, and one casserole pan, with lids. The teal color is pretty enough to leave on your stovetop even when not in use, and its BPA-free construction is compatible with all types of burners.
"I thought it was some kind of mistake when I first got these pans, because they are exactly like much more expensive sets," a shopper shared. "They are heavy, well coated for nonstick, fantastic quality, and beautiful."
Check out more kitchen sales below:
Best beauty sales
If your skin is feeling absolutely parched, introduce it to this rejuvenating, hydrating cream. It's packed with aloe and radiance-boosting Vitamin C, both of which help combat the effects of stress, fatigue, and general dullness. In short: Your skin will sing.
"Simply the best for my under-eye and sensitive skin," a shopper declared. "It is rich but does not leave my skin greasy or clog my pores. Also I can apply generously, and this jar lasts about 6 months!"
Check out more beauty sales below:
Burberry Classic Eau De Parfum, $32 (was $98), walmart.com
Remington Anti-Static Flat Iron, $16 (was $20), walmart.com
Artnaturals Anti-Aging Retinol, $12 (was $16), walmart.com
Best mattress and bedding sales
If you've had your mattress for longer than you can remember, it's high time to replace it — and, lucky you, this one is on sale! It's made with 12 inches of plush memory foam supported by coils, and it's just the right balance between soft and firm. The only drawback? Getting out of bed in the morning is about to get a lot harder.
"I was surprised at how soft and comfy this mattress was," a shopper reported. "I took it out of the box, and it opened right up to the 12-inch size. It is supposed to take 24 hours to expand but it expanded a lot right away. It's super thick and so far feels very comfortable. I am surprised at how great a mattress in a box could be!"
Check out more mattress and bedding sales below:
Zeny Weighted Blanket, $47 (was $78), walmart.com
Best pet sales
If you're sick of vacuuming and lint-rolling your couch and bed, this nifty little gadget can help. It picks up pet hair like a pro, minus the sticky, hard-to-peel-off sheets. Instead, it uses a brush to grab all the fur and deposit it inside the storage compartment inside the brush. Genius! Just roll it back and forth over the spot you're trying to clean, and voila — zero hair!
"I was shocked this works so well," a shopper shared. "My cat is a shedding machine, and this really picks up the hair!"
Check out more pets sales below:
Oster Super Duty Dog Clippers, $35 (was $40), walmart.com
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