When it comes to holiday shopping, there can be quite a few budget-busting categories: electronics, sporting equipment, auto accessories. But we're here to tell you that your holiday wish list doesn't have to break the bank. Plus, it pays off even more when you shop early (and avoid those dreaded shipping delays or inflation price hikes as we get closer to December).
That's why we've partnered with Walmart for their Deals for Days campaign to bring you the best deals every day through the month of November so you can get to shopping — and saving. Today's best deals are a bit of a mash-up, but we promise there will be a surprising item on the list that you absolutely need — either for yourself or someone on your holiday shopping list.
We're kicking things off with your new favorite Shark vacuum at a steep discount, and following it up with a cute movie projector and some adventure gear. So if you're ready to save, you've come to the right place.
Hardwoods and carpets are no match for the Shark Vertex, which boasts DuoClean PowerFins to help pick up the most debris with every pass and a self-cleaning brushroll. It maneuvers easily around furniture and has attachment hoses for hard-to-reach spots throughout your home. Plus 99.9% of the pet hair, lint and grime you pick up will be trapped with Anti-Allergen Complete Seal Technology and a HEPA filter. The best part? This $459 vacuum is on sale for $198 — that's more than 50% off!
Buyers love the Shark Vertex's maneuverability and power compared to competing brands: "I am calling this machine The Beast. I tried out my new Shark Vertex on a 6" x 9" area rug. The rug was vacuumed just five days previously with a Hoover WindTunnel. The Shark pulled a half-bin full of dust and hair out of the already vacuumed rug!"
Smaller than an 8" x10" sheet of paper, this little projector is full of power. It can produce clear images on a surface ranging from as small as 40 inches up to 236 inches. And with it being 80% brighter than other projectors, the 430 can make your content visible in so many scenarios. While the built-in speaker is surprisingly robust, this unit can also be paired with external speakers for even more impactful sound.
Over 1,500 Walmart shoppers give this puppy five stars, with one sharing, "Grab your popcorn and get ready for an exceptional personal screening party with this mini movie projector! If you're anything like me you are always looking for that next best technology item that wont break the bank I am here to tell you, look no more; this is the movie projector you want!"
Comfort and style combine for this cloud-like sherpa chair. High-density foam and cozy sherpa fabric come together in this modern design to offer you the best seat in the house. The chair is made with a solid hardwood frame and removable cushions for easy cleaning. The hardwood legs are finished in dark espresso, which acts as a nice complement to the white cushions. It's the perfect boho upgrade for any room. Originally priced at $499.99, you can snag two for less than the price of one! Each is just $200 on sale.
Whether your decor style is modern, contemporary, traditional, casual, cottage glam or farmhouse, this chair will fit right in and add a designer touch (without the designer price tag).
Not-so-fun fact: Kayaks are expensive, even the blow-up kind. But that's not the case with the Intex Challenger K1. Originally $108, this incredible little watercraft is now just $65. This blow-up number comes with an oar and hand pump and is made with rugged vinyl so you don't have to worry about tears or leaks while paddling. It blows up in minutes and is ready to tackle miles-long rivers, lakes and other waterways. Of course it deflates for easy storage, and it's been NMMA certified by the U.S. Coast Guard I.D.
This buyer was thrilled by how easy the kayak was to use: "So easy to set up and so easy to use on the lake. Had so much fun.... My nephew now wants one."
Winter storms bring snow and ice, but you won't have to stress about your morning commute with these Atturo all-season tires. These 17-inch tires are ready to tackle the harshest of weather for compatible cars, and they boast great handling in the rain. Originally priced at $140, you can get a single tire on sale for just $104. Buy four and you'll save more than $120!
One user had this to say: "Dubious at first because of low price, but researched and bought anyway. Very quiet ride on my truck. Don't even notice small road defects as I did before. Quality tire, speed rated H (130 mph) which I'll never do in my truck, but I think that rating also resulted in better quality...not even one wheel weight was used to balance all four tires!! Must have come out of the mold balanced!? Never experienced that before... And they ride perfectly!"
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