Missed out on Black Friday and Cyber Monday bargains? No need to fret. We've partnered with Walmart for their Deals for Days campaign, bringing you the best deals to be found on the must-have gifts of the season (with prices so amazing there's probably a goodie or two—or three!—you'll want to get for yourself as well).
The following items were selected to help you with all the different people in your life, from gamers to TV bingers, cleaning fiends to coffee lovers! There is, indeed, something for everyone. But you do need to act fast, because with prices this low, supplies will not last. So with that in mind, let's get shopping!
1. Hate pine needles? You'll love this pre-lit artificial tree - now under $100
A real tree can liven up the holiday, but it also brings needles — so, so many needles that even one of Walmart's many vacs will be hard at work cleaning up well after "Auld Lang Syne." (Which means you will, too.) But not to worry! Holiday Time's 7'5" Pre-Lit Christmas Tree brings all of the yuletide spirit and none of the morning-after mess. This tree features 450 pre-strung warm white lights that illuminate 871 branch tips for a bright holiday tree. Pre-attached hinged branches make for easy setup — and mean this will be a holiday staple for years.
The next generation of gaming brings Xbox's largest digital library to their smallest Xbox yet. With more dynamic worlds and faster load times, the all-digital Xbox Series S is the best value in gaming. Your games, saves and backups are safely stores in the cloud. Plus, you can pre-order and pre-install upcoming games so they're available to play the moment they launch. "This is the MOST AWESOME THING I'VE EVER BOUGHT," raved this gamer. "If you're thinking about buying the Series S or the Series X, I'll tell you, the Series S is amazing."
Jump into the world of bold contrast and vivid color with Samsung's 65-inch QLED 4K Smart TV. Together, cool and warm Dual LED lights shine a billion shades of Quantum Dot colors. What does that mean? A natural-looking picture with rich details that pop from your screen. Whatever you watch, you get it upscaled to glorious 4K, in lifelike colors that stay true, thanks to 100% Color Volume. This reviewer describes why the Samsung is a showstopper: "It's a magnificent buy, the best decision I could ever make. The quality is superb. And the features it offers are breathtaking. Thanks, Samsung, for awesome TV!"
Space saving. Crowd-pleasing. The slender and stylish Keurig K-Compact Single-Serve Coffee Maker is designed to leave the smallest footprint possible on your countertop -- and at just over 8 inches wide, you save plenty of space without sacrificing a great cup of joe. And not only that, you can also brew 6, 8 or 10 ounces of your favorite beverages in under a minute when you choose from hundreds of K-Cup varieties: coffee, tea, hot cocoa, iced drinks and more. Enjoy a perfect cup, every time - now for under $50!
Nearly 8,000 Walmart reviewers give it 5 stars: "I originally bought this coffee machine for my daughter that’s away at college. She absolutely loves it and so do I So I decided to buy another one for me."
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