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Whereas Walmart+ Week was a shopping event for the retailer's paid loyalty program members, the retailer said Walmart Deals is open to the public.

Walmart+ Week ended just days ago, but the retailer just announced “its largest savings event ever,” called Walmart Deals, is coming soon.

The timing for Walmart Deals falls in line with two of the retailer’s main competitors, Amazon and Target. Amazon recently announced dates for its 10th Prime Day event, and Target announced the dates for its next Target Circle Week sale. Now, all three retailers will hold sales events this July. In each case, the new events will follow other recent seasonal promotions. Amazon, for instance, held its inaugural Big Spring Sale in March, and Target held a Target Circle Week event in April.

 



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Walmart is No. 2 in the Top 1000, Digital Commerce 360’s ranking of North America’s online retailers by web sales. It is also No. 9 in the Global Online Marketplaces Database, Digital Commerce 360’s ranking of top such marketplaces by third-party gross merchandise value (GMV).

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When is the Walmart Deals sale?

Walmart announces that its Walmart Deals sales event begins Monday, July 8, and ends Thursday, July 11. Unlike Amazon’s upcoming Prime Day sale, which starts at 12:01 a.m. Pacific time, Walmart Deals will begin at 5 p.m. Eastern.

“All customers can shop ‘Walmart Deals’ on Walmart.com and the Walmart app,” Walmart said in a statement.

How is Walmart Deals different from Walmart+ Week?

Whereas Walmart+ Week runs for a week (as the name suggests), Walmart Deals will run for about three and a half days. Walmart+ Week 2024 ran from June 17 through June 23.

Walmart+ is a paid membership program the retailer offers. Members must have a Walmart.com account and the Walmart app “to access the money and time-saving features of the membership,” Walmart said. Members can choose to pay monthly (currently $12.95 per month) or annually (currently $98 a year).

Walmart+ benefits include:

  • Free shipping with no order minimum.
  • Free delivery from store.
  • Savings on fuel.
  • Mobile Scan & Go in store.
  • Video streaming with Paramount+.
  • Early access to promotions and events.

Because Walmart+ is a paid membership, members experience the biggest perks of Walmart+ Week. On the other hand, Walmart Deals is open to all consumers, the retailer said.

Whereas Walmart+ Week was a shopping event for the retailer's paid loyalty program members, the retailer said Walmart Deals is open to all.

Whereas Walmart+ Week was a shopping event for the retailer’s paid loyalty program members, the retailer said Walmart Deals is open to all.

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Walmart Deals in July

The retailer offered a sneak peek of some promotions it will offer in its Walmart Deals sale in July.

  • TCL 65” Class Q Class 4K QLED HDR Smart TV with Google TV for $398.00 (was $498.00)
  • HP Victus 15.6 inch R5 4050 8/512 for $599.00 (was $979.00)
  • Dyson V12 Detect Slimm Cordless Vacuum for $449.99 (was $649.99)
  • Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Classic 46mm Smart Watch with Bluetooth for $99.00 (was $179.99)
  • Westin Adirondack Chair for $89.99 (was 119.99)
  • TCL Air Purifier for $29.99 (was $69.99)
  • KidsKraft Swing Set for $248.00 (was $399.00)
  • Emeril Lagasse Power Grill 360 Plus, 6-in-1 Electric Indoor Grill and Air Fryer Toaster Oven with Smokeless Technology, XL Family-Size Capacity for $50.00 (was $169.00)
  • Rayovac High Energy AA Batteries & AAA Batteries, 1.5 V, 72 Pack for $19.97 (was $39.94)
  • Lifetime 50in Adjustable Hoop for $249.99 (was $329.99)
  • Jurassic World T-Rex for $19.97 (was $48.99)
  • Hoverstar Flash Wheel Hoverboard for $62.99 (was $89.99)
  • Kids’ Dodge Charger Ride On for $164.99 (was $299.99)
  • AovoPro Scooter for $219.99 (was $439.00)
  • Ozark Trail 10-Person Cabin Tent for $99.00 (was $170.00)
  • Keurig K-Slim + ICED Single Serve Coffee Maker for $49.00 (was $129.00)
  • GE Profile™ Opal™ Nugget Ice Maker for $397.00 (was $579.00)
  • Nintendo Switch Joy Con with Game for $69.00 (was $99.00)
  • Lego Star Wars for $35.00 (was $49.99)
  • Travelhouse 3 Piece Luggage for $85.00 (was $119.99)
  • Shark IQ Mapping Robot Vacuum, 60 Day Capacity Base, RV2302AE for $288.00 (was $499.99)
  • Philips Sonicare DiamondClean 9000 Special Edition Adult Rechargeable Toothbrush for $149.96 (was $199.96)

Walmart Deals on back-to-school supplies

  • Crayola Classic 10ct Fine Line Marker Bulk Supplies Set, 24 Packs for $35.00 (was $49.97)
  • Reebok Backpack for $14.00 (was $20.00)
  • Paw Patrol Backpack for $20.99 (was $34.99)
  • The Children’s Place Girl’s Unform Short Sleeve Polo 2-Pack for $12.00 (was $25.95)
  • Crayola Creative Fun Double Easel for $35.00 (was $54.00)
  • PHANCIR Foldable Lap Desk for $17.99 (was $39.99)

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