This is going to be a no-stress holiday. Wanna know why? Because we've partnered with Walmart for their Deals for Days campaign, which will continue to bring you the best bargains daily through the end of November. And now that the holiday week is officially upon us, the deals are even more spectacular! Pick up the most-coveted gifts of the season now (and with prices this low, you can afford to pick up something for yourself, too).
We've got earbuds for just $10, smart TVs for over $100 off and cookware from The Pioneer Woman for only $20! And when you get a jump on your seasonal shopping, you'll hurdle over high prices, shipping delays and inflation-induced price hikes like a boss. So what are you waiting for?
Onn's crystal-clear 4K picture brings out more lifelike color, texture and detail, so you can binge on movies and TV episodes, news, sports, music and more! Not only can you watch via cable, satellite and HDTV antenna with this 55-inch TV, but you can also use it to stream from your favorite app. Or use it with the Roku app to search for a title, artist, actor or director, or just keep it old-school by navigating with the handy remote. This satisfied customer wrote, "This TV replaced an older model HD TV of the same size and what a difference! The onn. TV is very sleek and lightweight and was very easy to mount to our wall...Being Roku ready is a complete game changer for us!"
Boasting 32-plus hours of total playtime and lauded as JLab's smallest earbuds yet, the these music makers go wherever you do. You'll also get 24 hours of extra playtime from the wireless charging case. Tune your preferred sound with the different settings: Signature for when you're listening to music or talking on the phone, Balanced for podcasts and audiobooks, and Bass Boost for workouts or when you just want to cancel out the world. This audiophile reports, "I really like these earphones - this is the second pair that I bought. The Bluetooth connectivity, battery life and sound clarity are all better than the more expensive headsets. The added benefit is that the recharging cable is connected in the case, which eliminates the need for me to carry around another cable!"
Make your next triumphant meal with The Pioneer Woman Prairie Signature 4-Quart Cast Aluminum Jumbo Cooker. This versatile kitchen staple boasts quick heating and fast cooling thanks to the rapid and even heat distribution of its durable cast aluminum construction. The large four-quart capacity offers plenty of room for whipping up family-sized meals, and the non-stick coating ensures both your cooking and the cleanup are a breeze. Not only will you fall in love with how easy it will be to make delicious dishes with this pan, but you'll also love the stylish addition its vintage-inspired speckled print brings to your space!
This five-star fan shares, "The pan itself is a nice, hefty piece, while being much easier to handle and lift than a cast iron pan."
Get a 360-degree immersive audio/visual experience with the Soundcore Flare 2 wireless speaker. A custom-designed DSP chip and dual bass radiators deliver 100% more bass than ordinary portable Bluetooth speakers, and it's waterproof, which means that your party stays rocking in any weather. "When I first turned on this speaker, I was AMAZED at the sound, it was fantastic!" gushed this Soundcore fan. "It also played my favorite stations and music choices. I love the way it lights up, it is so much fun, it connected with my Internet quick and easy and was easy to use. Plug it in, turn it on and enjoy!"
Typically closer to twice this price at other retailers, the Ninja Professional Blender features a sleek design for your countertop and outstanding performance for your ice-crushing needs, with 1000 watts of power. Ninja Total Crushing Blades give you true ice-to-snow crushing, blending, pureeing and controlled processing. This shopper revealed, "The Ninja rocks. I purchased a cheaper blender before this one and returned it. The Ninja will power through frozen bananas like a boss. I can walk away from it while it's turning my frozen foods into a smoothie and it stays put. And, it holds a lot in the large pitcher. I am very happy!"
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