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Published: 2022-11-25 06:33 am
The best deals from Walmart's Black Friday sale to shop before they're gone
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Want more deals? Visit CNN Underscored’s Guide to Black Friday for wall-to-wall coverage of the best discounts to be found during the biggest shopping event of the year.

Walmart’s Rollbacks section is always a reliable source of great deals, and the mega-retailer has just dropped a ton of prices on tech, homewares, appliances and way more, thanks to its Black Friday Deals for Days event. Walmart has been dropping new deals each week all month, but this is the last rollout until Cyber Monday.

So, instead of spending precious time browsing through all of Walmart’s Black Friday discounts, we’ve picked out our favorite deals from the event for you, ranging from home and fashion to toys and a ton of electronics. See below, and start shopping before the great deals are gone.

The sequel to the original AirPods, these come equipped with the Apple H1 headphone chip, which enables little chats with Siri while you’re on your way. Plus, one charge gets you up to three hours of talk time. (The case is a standard Lightning case, by the way, so this won’t work with wireless chargers.) 

This deceptively (at first glance) analog-looking watch will take you from your meeting to your after-workout and then see you through to the next morning, courtesy of features like oxygen-level monitoring, sleep tracking, and Advanced Run Coaching. Of course, there’s the the usual texting, calling and music for the rest of your day too. 

Samsung’s ergonomic earbuds are made to take your music on the move, and some studio-quality bass happily takes you out of your daily commute and right into the tunes. (Of course, if you want to let in ambient sounds, you can tap the buds to let background noise like flight announcements in.)
This super-easy way to upgrade your home cinema experience is now under $150 and comes with everything you need for immersive sound. It’s easy to set up with HDMI cables, but you can also input your favorite voice assistant device so you can hear Siri (or Alexa, or Google) loud and clear whenever you need something.
Ninja’s clever two-basket fryer lets you reheat chicken wings and get some fries going at the same time, thanks to individual timers and temperature controls. The baskets are easy to clean and the crisper plates themselves are dishwasher-safe, making cleanup just as easy as prep.
It’s right about this time of year that we are constantly out of food prep and storage containers, and this five-pack with lids for $11 is exactly the right price point for a restock.
Keep this treadmill under your bed and take it out to start walking or take a jogging break to shake up your WFH day. You can use it under your desk to get some fitness going even when you’re in the depths of your inbox too. Plus, it has more features than one might expect: You can hook your tunes up to the treadmill’s built-in Bluetooth speaker.
This minimalist mirror is perfect for literally wherever your home could use a little extra light — or if you find yourself wanting to make sure you’re squared away before you step out the door.
Available in four different colors that will go with any bathroom, this set of washcloths is great for restocking family bathrooms and dorm rooms — and you don’t have to worry about makeup ruining the fine threads of super-fancy, more designer washcloths this way either.
This race car set is full of twists and loops for fast and furious play — racers will just have to be sure to avoid the molten lava flows once the speed picks up. If you (or your kid) have other Hot Wheels sets, it’ll link up with those for continuous play.

Get your little one’s passion for food trucks started early with this set featuring Bluey and some of his favorite friends. The setup comes with the character’s juice truck that’s ready for market, with details like a window that opens, aprons and more.

Get little ones going on an afternoon project (or, hopefully, a weekend one?) with this 660-piece build from Lego, featuring Darth Vader’s Imperial Shuttle. It has plenty of cool tricks up its sleeve too, including foldable wings, stud shooters and a cockpit that opens. 

Razor scooters are having a major moment again, and this electric model (which picks up to 15 miles per hour) is on sale for $299 right now. It folds for easy toting up and down subway stairs and train carriages too.

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