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The best anti-Prime Day deals happening at Walmart

The best anti-Prime Day deals happening at Walmart

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The superstore is offering its share of tablets, earbuds, and more

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We’re in the midst of Amazon Prime Day, and yet some of the best Prime Day deals to be had aren’t on Amazon’s site at all. While Best Buy is calling its sales “Black Friday in July” — which makes even less sense than calling a two-day event Prime Day, singular — Walmart is running deals of its own. It’s commonplace to see Walmart and the others matching many of the deals Amazon throws out there, as well as promoting some unique ones of its own.

Some of these deals can be a little unexpected and especially good, while some are just what we’d call a fine discount on any other day of the year. However, if you happen to be a Walmart Plus subscriber, there may be added incentive to find these deals at your retailer of choice, like taking advantage of free, faster shipping. So along with all our extensive Prime Day 2022 coverage, we’re pooling together all the good deals at other retailers, like these here at Walmart.

The new iPad Air with Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil

2020 iPad Air (Wi-Fi)

$599.9922% off
$469

The 2020 iPad Air includes thinner bezels around the display and has relocated the Touch ID fingerprint sensor to the power button at the top of the device.

$459.98

Apple’s revamped iPad Mini ditches the home button and opts for a larger edge-to-edge display. It also comes outfitted with a faster processor, support for USB-C, and a top-mounted power button that moonlights as a Touch ID sensor.

Bose QuietComfort 45

$32915% off
$279

Bose’s QuietComfort 45 headphones update the company’s popular supremely comfortable design with USB-C, improved noise cancellation, and longer battery life.

The AirPods Pro, the best wireless earbuds for people who use Apple products, pictured next to an iPhone 11 Pro Max and MacBook Pro.
$169.99

Apple’s flagship earbuds improve on the regular AirPods with better sound quality, excellent active noise cancellation, and immersive spatial audio. Read our review.

Apple AirPods in front of Audeze MX4
$119

The AirPods are Apple’s second generation of true wireless earbuds and the cheapest model in the AirPods lineup.

The Apple Watch Series 7 in green.
$284

The latest Apple Watch comes in a number of styles with either GPS or LTE. Unlike its predecessor, it has a bigger screen, multiple timers, and faster charging. Besides a few iterative changes, however, it’s not drastically different from the Series 6.

Chromecast with Google TV

$49.9920% off
$39.98

The Chromecast with Google TV introduces a dedicated remote and new software. It brings together recommendations from all of your streaming services and supports 4K HDR content with Dolby Vision, HDR10, and HDR10 Plus.

$328

Vizio’s M-Series M556-H4 supports Dolby Vision HDR and HDMI 2.1, along with a 120Hz refresh rate.

$218

The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic features a nice physical rotating bezel and more third-party support by way of Google’s Wear OS 3. But keep in mind that it’s paired best with a Samsung-made phone.

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$275

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic pairs health tracking smarts with conventional watch looks and design. It features Samsung’s unique rotating bezel for physical control of on-screen scrolling.

$74

Anybody feel like some grape jelly? This DualSense controller features a deep purple color accented by the black of its two-tone styling.

$39.97

Three classic Zelda games packed into one retro-style portable. It includes The Legend of Zelda and The Adventure of Link from the NES, as well as Link’s Awakening from the GameBoy. These vintage games even support save states for easier playthroughs.