Walmart Deals For Days Sale Live Ahead Of Prime Day: Beats Solo Pro For $149, 40-Inch Roku TV For $178, Plus Deals From


While Amazon Prime Day 2021 will offer a ton of discounts, it’s not the only sale in town this week. Walmart has launched its own super-sale, Deals for Days, and it’s brought steep discounts on some highly-desired items. Walmart Deals for Days 2021 runs until June 23, extending one day longer than Amazon’s annual sale. Walmart is no stranger to trying to compete with Prime Day–like Best Buy and Target, Walmart has made a habit of planning a massive sale around Amazon Prime Day for several years in a row.

This year, Walmart Deals for Days has brought discounts on a range of electronics, games, and various home and kitchen products. From what we’ve seen so far, only a handful of deals really stand out in Walmart’s anti-Prime Day sale, and you’ll definitely want to be checking for price matches at Amazon, Best Buy, and other stores. At the kick-off of Walmart’s sale, some of the best deals include the Beats Solo Pro headphones for $149, a Hisense 40″ Smart TV with Roku at $178, and first-party Nintendo Switch games for just under $40 each, including titles like Luigi’s Mansion 3 and Fire Emblem Three Houses. Though once an impressive discount, it’s no longer as unusual to see Switch games around $40 during sales like this. Still, they generally only drop further during Black Friday.

Check out the most notable deals in Walmart’s Prime Day-adjacent sale below, and be sure to catch up on the best Prime Day deals available now, including more Nintendo Switch deals, TV deals, and headphones deals.

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