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Walmart’s ‘Big Save Event’ is live now, offering huge savings on Instant Pots and TVs, preceding Amazon Prime Day 2020, which starts on October 13.
Walmart’s Big Save Event not only lasts longer than Amazon’s 48-hour event, but also offers more in-store pickup locations.
The best Walmart deal right now is The Pioneer Woman Instant Pot LUX60 (down $50 to $49), which is a colorful, floral version of the popular multicooker.
Walmart has yet to announce how Walmart+ will play into the event or what benefits members can expect from the sale.

Amazon Prime Day 2020 is shaping up to be an event without precedent, and though this year has been full of supply chain delays and stock issues, other retailers are showing up with their own sales to compete. 
Shoppers have already started filling their carts and saving on electronics, home goods, and more during Walmart’s Big Save Event through October 15.
Historically, Walmart’s Big Save event plays spoilsport to Amazon’s Prime Day — and this year is no different. The 2020 Big Save Event, like last year’s, not only starts ahead of Amazon’s but will also run one day longer, giving shoppers more time to snap up deals. 
Walmart has another major advantage over Amazon: it offers in-store pickup so you can bring your order home as soon as the same day. 
Last year, we combed and compared Walmart’s discounts to those offered during Prime Day on Amazon. While it remains to be seen how Walmart’s and Amazon’s deals compare, what you’ll find below are the best deals currently live during the Big Save Event.
Learn more about competing sales from Target, Best Buy, and other big box retailers here.
Table of Contents: Masthead StickyThe 5 best Walmart Big Save Event deals

 

Note: We’ve noticed significant volatility as the bike goes in and out of stock quickly. Be sure to check back often as inventory changes.

The best tech deals
Walmart’s Big Save Sale features several discounted TVs, including this impressive 75-inch Samsung 4K UHD QLED TV for about $200 off its listed price. Additionally, Walmart matches Amazon’s discounts on Roku streaming media players.
If you’re hesitant to drop big money before doing your research, check out our guides for best 4K TVs, best laptops, and best tablets and have peace of mind that you’re making the right call as you hit the check-out button.

Roku Express HD streaming media player, $21 (Typically selling between $24-$29) [You save $8]

Roku Premiere 4K streaming media player, $27 (Typically selling between $29-$39) [You save $12] 

Roku Ultra LT streaming media player, $79 (Typically selling for $89) [You save $10]

Roku Streaming Stick+, $37 (Typically selling for $49) [You save $12]

Lenovo Chromebook Duet, $249 (Typically selling for $340) [You save $91] 

Beats Solo Pro headphones, $200 (Typically selling for $300) [You save $100] 

Samsung Galaxy Watch, $190 (Typically selling for $279) [You save $89] 

Samsung 50-inch 4K UHD TV, $328 (Typically selling for $430) [You save $102]

Apple AirPods Pro, $200 (Typically selling between $234-$250) [You save up to $50]

Bose QuietComfort II headphones, $299 (Typically selling for $349) [You save $50]

The best gaming deals
What this year’s Big Save Sale lacks in console deals, it more than makes up for in individual game discounts. Right now, Nintendo Switch owners can save big on ‘Mario Tennis Aces,’ ‘Splatoon 2’, and ‘The Outer Worlds.’ 

Mario Tennis Aces for the Nintendo Switch, $40 (Typically selling for $60) [You save $20] 

Yoshi’s Crafted World for the Nintendo Switch, $40 (Typically selling for $60) [You save $20] 

New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe for the Nintendo Switch, $40 (Typically selling for $60) [You save $20] 

Super Mario Party for the Nintendo Switch, $40 (Typically selling for $60) [You save $20] 

Splatoon 2 for the Nintendo Switch, $40 (Typically selling for $60) [You save $20] 

The Outerworlds for the Nintendo Switch, $40 (Typically selling for $60) [You save $20]

The best home deals
For those looking to upgrade their kitchen appliances, or cross a few gifts off their holiday shopping list, Walmart has several deals that may be of interest. Notable products from the sale include a Ninja Supra blender system, Tineco cordless vacuum, and a Singer sewing machine.  

Tineco Spartan cordless vacuum, $129 (Typically selling for $170) [You save $41] 

Singer 44S classic sewing machine, $150 (Typically selling for $160) [You save $10] 

Instant Pot Duo crisp and air fryer, $129 (Typically selling for $149) [You save $20] 

The Pioneer Woman Instant Pot LUX60 pressure cooker, $49 (Typically selling between $99) [You save $50] 

Ninja Supra Kitchen Blender System with food processor, $94 (Typically selling for $149) [You save $55] 

Keurig K-Classic single-serve K-Cup pod coffee maker, $79 (Typically selling for $89) [You save $10]

Zinus 6-inch Queen memory foam mattress, $140 (Typically selling for $189) [You save $49]

DHP Twin metal bunk bed frame, $168 (Typically selling for $250) [You save $82]

OFM Essentials mesh back office chair, $71 (Typically selling for $99) [You save $28]

The best sports and outdoor deals
Walmart’s Big Save Event features several deals that could help you stay healthy during the long winter months ahead, including an Echelon Sport cycling bike with a six-month-long subscription and a NordicTrack percussion recovery gun.

Echelon Sport cycling bike, $499 (Typically selling for $599) [You receive a bonus 6-month subscription] 

Stanley Heritage stainless steel bottle, $18 (Typically selling for $20) [You save $2] 

Lifetime 48-inch basketball hoop, $210 (Typically selling for $250) [You save $40] 

NordicTrack percussion recovery gun, $70 (Typically selling for $100) [You save $30]

The best clothing deals
Deals on classic brands like Champion and Levi’s will keep your basics and loungewear drawer fresh. 

Levi’s 501 jeans, $35.70 (Typically selling for $59.50) [You save $23.80]

Eddie Bauer Luna Peak down parka, $60 (Typically selling for $99.50) [You save $39.50]

Champion Closed Bottom jersey sweatpants, $15 (Typically selling for $30) [You save $15]

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