As you start meal planning for Thanksgiving guests, take a break to prep for the gifting season and save a bundle while you're at it. Whether you're shopping for kids, teens or adults, Walmart has got a plethora of options. We've partnered with the brand for their Deals for Days campaign to bring you the biggest savings to be found every day through the end of November.
You'll find an incredible Bissell pet vacuum cleaner which combines dry and wet technology for a thorough clean. Never lose earbuds again with the Skullcandy set that includes Tile finding technology. There's even a massive floor puzzle for kids. With so many great products at such low prices, you'll be the favorite gift giver next to Santa this year.
1. Save time (and money!) with this Bissell wet / dry vacuum
Pet hair and dander don't stand a chance with this upright Bissell Crosswave Pet Mult-Surface Vacuum. It's both a dry vacuum that sucks up dirt and debris and a wet vac that easily converts for quick cleaning of hard flooring surfaces. It's so easy to switch between the two functions and get all of your cleaning done at once with the same tool.
This vacuum is specially designed with a pet hair strainer that filters out all the fur and it comes with a specialized cleaning solution to remove pet odors from your floors. There's also a two-tank system which holds cleaning solution on one side and the dirty water it sucks up on the other.
TVs used to be big, bulky features in our living room that each operated with their own secret remote, but Smart TVs are getting better and better. Take this 75-inch Hisense 4K TV, for example. This Roku Smart TV has your favorite streaming platform built right into the screen so you can easily choose from each service and watch your favorite shows and movies. Plus, it's voice operated and works in conjunction with your other smart home features such as Google Assistant and Alexa. Gamers will love the crisp picture quality that ups the experience on any gaming platform as well. Mount it to your wall or prop it on your console with the adjustable feet.
This reviewer loved the display and the big screen: "It's like having an IMAX in my living room. The Picture Quality is Great and the Smart TV usability keeps getting better. But it's also the little things that get me, I love the placement of the Volume buttons on this remote."
This special price is only available for a limited time and it's rare to see a smart TV this large for under $500. So act fast!
Owning an Instant Pot is like having a private chef for a fraction of the price. The Instant Pot makes cooking elaborate meals fast and simple, and this 7-in-1 iteration makes things even easier. Now your Instant Pot is a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, yogurt maker, steamer, sauté pan and food warmer all in one. No matter which feature you choose, it's likely easier and faster than the method you've used until now. Take pressure cooking for example. This countertop appliance can pressure cook foods 70% faster than traditional cooking methods. You'll get a whole host of recipes at your disposal with the included recipe book. Typically $79.99, you can get one on sale for just $50 this week.
This reviewer says the best part is how easy it is to use: "Not Your Mother's Pressure Cooker. I want to keep this review simple because the Instant Pot is extremely simple to use. If you can push a button, you can use the Instant Pot and your family will think you've hired a chef."
Water-resistant and noise-isolating, these wireless earbuds by Skullcandy make listening to your favorite music or videos easy and hassle free. Take a phone call with a single ear bud and never worry about inclement weather or loud background noise interrupting you.
The best part? You'll never lose another earbud again. They're backed by Tile finding technology, which is built right in. Once you purchase your set, you can easily activate the tiles so you can search for them anywhere you might have dropped them or misplaced them. Typically priced at $29.88, these earbuds are on sale for just $19, making them the perfect stocking stuffer for any teen, gym rat or music buff on your list.
Teach your toddler the alphabet with this fun, interactive floor puzzle. This giant cardboard puzzle has 36 pieces and features each letter of the alphabet alongside a corresponding animal. Your kids and grandkids will love learning the letters and the animals whose names start with them. It's a fun, brightly colored puzzle that they'll enjoy putting together again and again. Plus at a steep discount of just $5, you can afford to buy it for every kid on your list this year.
This reviewer was impressed by how durable each piece was, even against little hands: "The pieces are large, perfect for small children's hands...Each piece is made out of thick cardboard, so they're sturdy...The design is cute, and my kids love it! It's appropriately challenging for my 4 year old. It has taken him a few attempts to finish it so I can't see him getting bored quickly."
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Michael Reynolds/EPA/AAPForeign Minister Penny Wong and Defence Minister Richard Marles met with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III for the Australia-United States Ministerial Consultations (AUSMIN) in Washington, DC, on December 6. While there is notable continuity with last year’s agenda, this year’s AUSMIN clearly bears the Albanese government’s foreign and defence policy imprint – one that has a receptive audience in the Biden administration. Wi
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Treasurer Jim Chalmers says the federal government has not yet reached a decision to cap coal and gas prices ahead of a key energy meeting, but "temporary" interventions are on the table.Energy Minister Chris Bowen will meet with his state and territory counterparts in Brisbane on Thursday to discuss long-term strategies to drive down power prices and the next steps in Australia's transition to renewables.
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Aphrodite, Medusa, Lakshmi and Eve have taken up residence in the nation's capital in a celebration of female power, resilience and representation through history.In Australia's post-Me-Too era and following a year where women have made their voices heard politically, the National Museum in Canberra is showcasing the many faces and strengths of femininity across cultures and ages.
Flood-affected tourism operators along the Murray River are open for business and want to spread the word to holiday-makers.At Echuca on the Victorian-NSW border, Campaspe Lodge owner David Connally said businesses were facing cancellations and trepidation from tourists.
Australia's Future Fund is a "beginner" when it comes to managing climate risk, an independent report has found.The sovereign wealth fund's board of guardians has almost $250 billion in assets under management, mostly handled by external managers with an eye on long-term returns.
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