Walmart New Year deals offer tech, high end appliances and more with good discounts

 

The New Year brings new hope as well as new sales. Walmart is offering thousands of merchandise on sale with up to 50 percent off, on New Year deals. However, if you were unable to purchase them on January 1, don’t worry. Many of the deals are still available till Tuesday, January 4.

The beginning of the year is a good time to pick things for 2022. It is the time to indulge in some shopping for yourself, for your family or for others. Walmart, the favorite retailer of many Americans, has continued to offer most of its deals in several categories such as



tech
home appliances
TVs
toys.



The Winter Savings Spectacular from Walmart has markdowns on a huge number of items and the number of these items are said to be over 1000. You can get your items quickly by using either in-store pickup or shipping. Both clearance items as well as best selling products are still on sale as per availability of stocks.

 



Some of our recommended deals till stocks last include the following. Please check the Walmart site to confirm the availability of the deal.

Samsung 55-inch 4K Smart TV. The $499 tv is now available at $398. This is a cool savings of almost $100
Onn 50-inch C4K UHD LED Roku Smart TV—original price $349, Walmart price $298.

Computers, notebooks and tech

Apple AirPods Pro with MagSafe Charging Case is available for $197 while its original price is $249.

Fitness
Superfit 2 in 1 Folding Treadmill which is a huge markdown to $299.99—original price $599.99.

 



Robot vacuum from Anker Eufy, air fryer from Faberware and many other deals on toys, home appliances, wearable tech and more are also available.

 



Whether you are looking for a clearance sale item which can be marked down by up to 50 percent off or looking for a good deal on a best selling item, you might just find it at your budget, at Walmart today.

 

 

 

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