We're two weeks from Turkey Day, and with that comes the reminder that the holiday season is fast approaching. Stress less and save more with a little help from your friends (us!). Yahoo has partnered with Walmart for their Deals for Days campaign running now through the end of November to bring you the best of the brand's epic sales they're currently dishing out. There's sure to be a winner for everyone on your holiday gift list, from playful grandchildren to tinkering tool aficionados. Some of these deals are so hot (we're talking piping-coffee hot), you'll want to grab them for yourself, too.
Big names like Hart, Keurig and Barbie are leading the charge today, so grab them before they sell out. Let the shopping bonanza begin!
1. Suck up wet or dry messes, indoors or out, for under $40
This is a bestseller at an exceptionally low price, so you'll want to suck up these savings fast. Don't get stuck without one — this wet/dry vac perfect for those unanticipated tough messes, from flooded laundry rooms to spilled potting soil. Made of durable stainless steel, this sucker is built to last. Thanks to a long hose and various attachment heads, this vacuum gets into practically all those tight spaces, so you'll be able to reach every speck and drop. It's the must-have all-around cleaner-upper. Bonus: It comes complete with a complimentary car cleaning kit (a $20 value).
One happy customer declared this vacuum "really sucks — in a good way!" and added, "No dust or dirt is left behind with this little shop vac. We were looking for a replacement for our other branded shop vac that bit the dust. We found this on sale and said, 'Let's give it a try." I actually feel like we upgraded for way less money."
The K-Express Essentials Single Serve Coffee Maker is the simplest way to get your caffeine fix fast. Users are thrilled with its features, like its travel mug accommodation and auto shut-off. One says, "I love this coffeemaker. I had no problem setting it up. It is very user-friendly and intuitive...The slim profile means that it doesn't take up very much space on my counter. The 'spout' is high, so it can fit a large coffee mug...I cannot say enough good things about this coffeemaker."
At such a bargain price, you can afford to gift it along with an assortment of K-cups or the My K-cup reusable filter (sold separately) so they can brew their favorite beans.
Whether your child has a unique style or aspires to, they'll love this Barbie Extra set. These dolls are fashion-forward, making bold sartorial statements not just with their furry, shimmery, awesome clothes, but also their hair and accessories. Mix and match 70 brightly colored and fashionable pieces amongst the five included dolls, all with their own unique look and personality. They even come with their own pets!
Says a five-star-awarding mom, "My daughters were over the moon with joy when they opened this set Christmas morning. This is a set I would have loved to have when I was a little girl. Would love to see more sets like this."
Cozy up for winter in this charming plush bed set from the first name in cozy — Dearfoams. Available in a number of sizes and colorways, this bedding set is made of luxurious velvet and microfiber and features a diamond-stitched quilt for a bespoke statement. Machine washable for easy care, it's the perfect addition to anyone's sleep space for the chilly winter season. At this special price, it won't last long, so be sure to grab one (or a few!) now.
Says a happy reviewer: "This is a wonderful set. It comes with four pillowcases, fitted and flat sheets, and the quilt. It's perfect for a teen or dorm room. I added it to my 8-year-old's bed. The quilt is not as thick as a comforter BUT boy is it soft! It's such a nice winter blanket, and I look forward to using it myself as well! Even the sheets are a flannel-like soft cotton."
An epic deal at only $6, this Better Homes & Gardens 12 oz. candle boasts an attractive glass jar with lid, stunning in its simplicity. Scents like Red Lava & Citrus or Amber & Saffron will warm the room with a pleasant aroma, whisking you off to calm, soothing places in your mind. For a true wintry scent, grab the Noble Fir & Pine. No matter your scent preference (choose from eight options), at this price, you'll want to stock up for gifts and for yourself.
"Smells amazing!" raves a reviewer. "This is a really nice-size candle at 12 oz. It comes in a heavy-duty glass jar with easy suction lid.... It fills the whole room with this amazing smell! It is not too strong or overwhelming.... I think you'll love it!!"
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