The Walmart Deals Anti-Prime Day Event Offers Incredible Savings on Tech, Home Goods and More

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Bargain hunters who missed out on Fourth of July sales need not fret -- a new Walmart Deals event just launched, bringing huge savings on tech, home goods, summer essentials and more to compete with Amazon Prime Day. Early deals at Amazon have already started rolling in, and we anticipate to see more of these 'anti-Prime Day' sales happening at various competitors as we get closer to the main event. 

If you're a Walmart Plus member, you'll get a massive five-hour head start, as the sale drops at noon ET for those with a membership. Everyone else can shop the deals starting at 5 p.m. ET, but keep in mind that some of the best offers may have limited stock, so you may miss out on some top deals. 

Haven't signed up to be a Walmart Plus member just yet? You still can -- and right now you can score 50% off a one-year membership, dropping the price to just $49.

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Best Walmart Deals tech offers

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Battery Life/Runtime 1,026 minutesWeight 2.8 poundsDisplay size/type 13-inch, 2560 x 1600 IPS LCDProcessor tested Apple M1 8‑coreGraphics tested Apple M1 7-core

While this isn't the latest model on the market, this price makes it hard to pass up on. It has an Apple M1 chip with an 8-core CPU and a 7-core GPU. It also sports 8GB of RAM, 256GB SSD and a long-lasting battery that can run for up to 18 hours between charges. 

Read our Apple MacBook Air M1 (Late 2020) review.

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Grab this speaker is IP67 water- and dust-resistant and can play music for up to 12 hours per charge, making it a great option for taking on the go. 

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This 2024 gaming laptop has a solid 15.6-inch screen, a 144Hz refresh rate, an AMD Ryzen 5 processor, Nvidia GeForce RTX graphics, 8GB of RAM, 512GB of SSD storage and more. Plus, when the battery is low, it only takes 30 minutes to get it from 0 to 50% charged so you can keep the game going.

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This TV has a large 65-inch display and sports 4K resolution for a solid picture. It also has Dolby Atmos sound and Object Tracking Sound Lite, which gives you a more immersive effect. Plus, with speeds up to 120Hz and access to Samsung's Gaming Hub, this makes a great TV for your game room, too. 

Best Walmart Deals kitchen and home offers

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This cordless vacuum is ultra convenient and a great option for cleaning up fast. It can even transform into a handheld so you can clean your couch, drapes, stairs, car and more. 

Best Walmart Deals outdoor offers

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This trampoline has an enclosure net with lights and can hold up to 800 pounds. 

Best Walmart Deals toys and collectables offers 

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This 586-piece set for the AT-ST walker from Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back is a great toy and collectable for kids and fans of the Star Wars franchise alike. 

Do I need to be a Walmart Plus Member to shop the Walmart Deals event? 

Walmart Plus members will get early access to this event, starting July 8 at noon ET. However, you do not need a membership to shop the sale, as the event will open to everyone at 5 p.m. ET. The only caveat is that some of the top deals may be sold out by then as supplies are limited.

When does the Walmart Deals event end? 

The Walmart Deals event runs from July 8 through July 11 at 11:59 p.m. ET. That puts it ahead of Prime Day, which kicks off July 16.

Should I shop Walmart Deals or Amazon Prime Day?

Both sales are going to be great opportunities for catching top deals. The retailer has touted the Walmart Deals event to be the "largest savings event ever," offering up to 50% off a wide array of items. And Amazon Prime Day is historically the biggest sale of the year for Amazon, so they're both great opportunities to save on tech, home goods, school supplies and more. 

We'll be highlighting the best deals from all the year's biggest sales, so keep an eye on CNET.com/deals and the CNET Deals account on X for all the latest updates. 

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