Walmart has announced a massive last-minute Christmas sale featuring brands such as Apple, Xbox, Meta Quest, Lego, Disney, Fisher-Price, and many more.

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Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, is also offering $10 off their first three in-store pick up or same-day delivery orders placed online, as first reported by CBS News.

Walmart customers only need to spend at least $50 and enter the code HOLIDAY10 at checkout. This offer is only good until December 31st.

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Hundreds of Lego sets are on sale at Walmart.

For $40, kids can build a miniature Ford Mustang or their own version of Luke Skywalker’s Star Wars X-Wing fighter jet.

There’s also the Star Wars Millenium Falcon set with over 1,300 pieces for the more ambitious builders. It is now on sale for $153, down from $170.

Fisher-Price is selling a four-in-one educational robot for $36, down from $45. Walmart is also selling the company’s smartphone toy for $7, down from $11.

The Xbox Series S is the least powerful of Microsoft’s current-generation systems, but it’s no slouch. Because of its 512GB SSD, your games will load incredibly quickly. The console also supports premium features such as VRR for more stable and consistent performance, and it works well with a 1440p monitor.

Anker’s Eufy Clean Walmart has reduced the price of the RoboVac Pro Robot Vacuum from $299 to $98.
Walmart has the Eufy Clean by Anker marked down to $98 – the lowest price we’ve ever seen for a robot vacuum. The robot vacuum cleans carpets and hardwood floors and employs BoostIQ technology to work harder on concentrated dirt areas.

God of War: Ragnarok PS5 | $559 at Walmart
This is the most recent PS5 bundle, featuring the recently released and much-anticipated PlayStation exclusive. According to our review, God of War Ragnarok is one of the best games of the year, so getting the action epic with the Sony console is the best deal you can get right now.

Walmart has reduced the price of the VIZIO 43-inch V-Series 4K UHD LED Smart TV from $336 to $268.
If you’re looking for a smaller budget set, Walmart has this Vizio 43-inch 4K smart TV on sale for $268. You get 4K UHD resolution, Dolby Vision HDR and HDR10, and smart capabilities with a voice-enabled remote for a great price.

Generally new generation items cost more but still have a 10 to 20 percent discount but older models can be discounted up to 70 percent. The items on discount generally change so it’s better to pick them when the deal sounds good to you. The discount can go up or down in the next week or so.

Although it is difficult to be sure of the discount at the time of writing, here are some discounts that might be available this week at Walmart:

Meta Quest
Drew Barrymore 8-Quart Slow Cooker
Apple Watches, AirPods, Apple iPad Air 5
Samsung Tablets
HP Chromebooks
Toys
Food processors
Vacuum cleaners (Dyson, Bissell, Anker RoboVac)
Paris Jewelry
Organic Greek Dietary Supplements and more

Walmart has always strived to make each buck spent at its store matter and this is an opportunity to pick something you might have missed. Sometimes one can inadvertently miss a name or two in the gift list that is prepared before the biggest sales of the year and in case you have missed a name, several deals are still available. Fans are super excited.

Maybe it’s time to treat yourself in advance and pick an electronic or home item or a piece of jewelry at a deep discount for yourself. The opportunity is still available. How long will it last, is anybody’s guess?

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