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The 45+ Best Walmart Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals Available Now

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Walmart sells just about anything you could possibly need or want. And this Black Friday, a lot of those products (including many recommended by Wirecutter!) have been nicely discounted. Even though Black Friday is over and Cyber Monday deals are starting to surface, Walmart has many lingering deals still available. Whether you’re looking to replace your current cookware set or add to your board game collection, now’s the time to buy. Here’s every worthwhile Black Friday deal from Walmart still live.

Though Walmart offers a huge selection of home goods, it’s rare to find Wirecutter’s picks among them. There are a couple of exceptions, though. For instance, the Coway Airmega 200M, a pick in our guide to the best air purifiers, is an affordable option that could see nice discounts from Walmart this Black Friday.

The Coway AP-1512HH Mighty is the top pick in our guide to the best air purifier. Not only does it work great, but during our long-term testing, we've found it's the cheapest option to own. Even though this isn't the best deal price we've seen, it's still a noteworthy drop because the street price has increased since 2019. So, if you're interested in better air quality in your home, you might want to grab this air purifier while it's on sale.

Whether you're deep in the throes of allergy season or living in a heavily-polluted city, consider our runner-up air purifier pick as a solution to your air quality problems. Down to $130 in black, the Coway Airmega 200M is nearly identical to our top pick in noise level, CADR, controls, and overall performance. The main difference (aside from price) is the appearance: This model features a square grille rather than a round one.

Our previous top pick among large-space purifiers, the Coway Airmega 400, is still a stellar performer, registering 99.9% and 99.7% reduction of particulates on high and medium, respectively, on both new filters and filters that had been run 24/7 for a year. Those figures even slightly topped the results from our current large-space pick, the Blueair Blue Pure 211+. The reason why the Airmega lost its spot as our upgrade pick is because the Blue Pure 211+ came out on top on cost. However, if you want the best possible air purification for your large space, the Airmega 400 is now on sale for $365. It's still more expensive than the Blue Pure 211+ but this is a nice price drop.

A great air purifier should be a powerful but subtle addition to your space. Our budget pick is affordable, attractive, and compact—all while still delivering a noteworthy cleaning performance. Though it's not the most energy-efficient model long-term, and it doesn't hold up against our other picks in larger rooms, the Levoit Core 300 impressed us in smaller rooms—such as offices or bedrooms. This is the lowest price we've seen, so don't hesitate if you're looking to add a breath of fresh air to your living space.

Winter is coming. While that means cozy sweaters and warm cocoa for some, it can also mean dry sinuses and cracked, sore skin. If your space is super-dry, we recommend the Levoit LV600HH Hybrid Ultrasonic Humidifier. This beautifully designed ultrasonic humidifier has a huge tank that's rated for rooms as large as 400 sq. ft. and the ability to regulate its output via a built-in humidistat. However, it has to be placed on a table or other elevated surface to be totally effective, so make sure to take that into account when considering it for your space. We've seen both the white and black model of this pick for less, but $76 is still a decent deal, especially if you need relief now.

One of the softest cheap mattresses we tested, the 12-inch all-foam Classic Brands Cool Gel Memory Foam Mattress should provide the pressure relief side-sleepers need and also appeal to people who like a more cushioned, plusher feel. Softer than the other cheap foam or hybrid mattresses we tested for this guide, this mattress also feels much more luxurious.

You can find many of the tools we recommend from Bosch, DeWalt, Milwaukee, and Stanley at Walmart, but keep an eye on the sellers when browsing tool deals. Walmart hosts third-party sellers, some of which have terrible ratings, so the quality of your experience may be based on how good your seller is.

Whether its leading you safely through the night or helping you find the remote under the couch, a reliable flashlight is a handy tool to have around. Our easy-to-recharge flashlight pick. the Olight is currently down to the lowest we've seen. Though it is smaller and less powerful than our top pick, what we really love about the Olight is the hassle-free charging system. It has a simple magnetic USB charging attachment that clicks against the tail of the light, so there's no need to fuss with plugging anything into the body or having to carry around extra batteries.

A great pan can make all the difference in your food preparation, and an excellent nonstick pan can remove any unneeded frustration. The Tramontina 10-inch Professional distributed heat more evenly than any other nonstick pan we tested, and with proper care, the nonstick coating should stay slick and scratch free for years. This Walmart variant of our top nonstick pan differs in that it has two internal rivets rather than three. Do note that due to being made of aluminum, it is not compatible with induction cooktops.

Down to $95 with clipped on-page coupon from Amazon and from Walmart in the rubbed bronze finish, this is a great deal for the Aquasana AQ-5200, our top pick in our guide to the best under-sink water filter. We've been seeing quite a few regular deals for this pick and it usually fluctuates between $140 and $100, however it very rarely drops below that $100 mark. If you've been interested in this pick but the price was scaring you off, this is a great additional discount off the usual sale price. It's ANSI/NSF-certified to virtually eliminate 77 different contaminants, including lead, mercury, volatile organic compounds, pharmaceuticals, and other materials that few of its competitors catch.

If you want a pod-shaped air fryer that costs less than our recommended Philips model, grab the Cosori Pro Air Fryer. In our tests, it didn’t cook as evenly as the Philips, but we found its results perfectly acceptable considering its lower price. The Cosori has lots of preprogrammed settings, but some aren't that accurate (which is true of many models), so you may have to fiddle with it more to find the optimal settings for what you’re cooking. It also comes with a recipe booklet, which is nice if you’re looking for some guidance when cooking with convection technology. Like the Philips, the Cosori has a well-designed exterior and won’t be an eyesore if you plan to store it on your counter. Typically selling for about $100, it's nicely discount to $85 in the black finish.

The ICE-21 made some of the smoothest and most delicious ice cream in our tests. With just one switch, the machine is a breeze to use, and because it’s lighter and smaller than compressor machines, it's also easier to move and store. Note: you’ll need to plan your churning around pre-freezing the bowl insert overnight, though, which will take up freezer space. This deal is only a few bucks shy of the best price we've seen for this machine in new condition.

Laptop deals from Walmart are typically hard to come by, mainly because the retailer doesn’t carry many Wirecutter picks. But even though the store doesn’t sell pricier MacBook or Chromebook picks, they do carry plenty of budget and ultra-budget laptop options, including a few variations of our favorite budget gaming laptops and lower-end Windows laptops.

We are currently searching for the best deals on Wirecutter picks in this category and will add them here if we find them!

Walmart carries plenty of Wirecutter-recommended smartphones, including both the Apple iPhone 13 and the Samsung Galaxy S21 5G, and oftentimes offer decent discounts during the holiday season. But these deals are typically accompanied by a service plan of some kind. As long as the phone service and deal price work for you, these deals can offer a great opportunity to save on a new phone. Just be sure to do some research beforehand so you’re not locked into a plan you might not want a year down the line.

We are currently searching for the best deals on Wirecutter picks in this category and will add them here if we find them!

Whether you’re looking for a new router, a smartwatch (for adults or kids), or an indoor security camera, you’ll probably be able to find what you need for less at Walmart. The retailer also carries a decent selection of Bluetooth speakers, but not many Wirecutter picks—with the exception of our top home Bluetooth pick, Klipsch the One II, which has seen excellent deals during sales events in the past.

We believe this first generation Apple Pencil is the best stylus to use with several iPad models, including the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, 10.5-inch iPad Pro, 12.9-inch iPad Pro (1st and 2nd Generation), 9.7-inch iPad (6th Generation), 10.5-inch iPad Air, and iPad Mini (5th generation). Great for professional illustration and calligraphy, the Apple Pencil's sensitivity for art and writing purposes generally surpasses its more affordable competitors. While we have seen outlier deals around $60 for this pick, this offer matches the typical deal price we see for the earlier generation of Apple stylus.

If you don't want to give your child a smartphone but want them to have a way to communicate with you as they become more independent, a smartwatch can be a useful tool. The TickTalk 4 is meant for kids, and pairs with a parent's smartphone so you can call, send texts, or track your child's whereabouts. Kids can respond with phone or video calls, send preset texts, or use the dial pad to call a different number (though parents can disable that feature). And since it's water resistant, it's more likely to survive when your kid is out in the rain or happens to accidentally get it wet.  Available in all colors.

If you want a quality eBook without being linked to the Amazon ecosystem, we recommend the Kobo Clara HD. Comparable to the Kindle Paperwhite, the Clara has similar hardware that looks and feels just as nice and offers a nearly identical book selection. However, it's not waterproof and you can't toggle between reading and listening to your books like you can with the Kindle. The Kobo is set to receive a new fall lineup soon which may result in the Clara being replaced as one of our picks, but we still think this model is a good value right now.

An indoor security camera lets you keep tabs on the things at home that matter most. As our top pick for daily use, the Eufy 2K Indoor Cam offers a sharp image, four options for video storage, and continuous recording. Plus, its smart-assistant connection allows you to hook up to Alexa or Google Assistant for added integration into your smart-home. A pair of security cameras is likely the minimum you'll need if you're monitoring a larger space, but a single camera will provide enough coverage for any room. Make sure you choose store pickup to grab this low price.

Whether you're desperately searching for a last-minute gift or you just want to binge your favorite show in peace, consider the Google Chromecast with Google TV. Down to $40, the newly-redesigned Chromecast recently dethroned the Roku Streaming Stick+ as our top media streaming device pick because it boasts an intuitive interface, a useful remote that offers voice search, and 4K HDR video support (including Dolby Vision).

If you're the next Frida Kahlo or Vincent van Gogh, take your digital doodling to the next level with the Wacom Intuos S. Our top drawing tablet for beginners has nearly everything you need to get started, with a lightweight and comfortable pen, a 6x3.7-inch drawing space, and programs like Corel Painter Essentials 6 and Corel AfterShot Pro 3 readily available for your lengthy drawing, painting, and photo editing sessions. Back down to the lowest price we've seen at $50, this is a solid deal if you're looking to save on a compact, customizable, and precise graphics tablet.

These wireless, over-ear, noise-cancelling headphones are the update to the longstanding favorite, the Quiet Comfort 35 II. Though it has a better battery and newer features such as an awareness mode and background-noise-reducing microphones, we still think it's better to get the Bose 700 as they come with adjustable ANC. Regardless, for this price, the QuietComfort 45 are a quality and feature-rich notable option.

Whether you’re part of the Google Assistant ecosystem or looking for products that share compatibility with other smart-home setups, Walmart has some solid deals worth checking out.

A smart speaker option we like for Google users, the Nest Audio provides a louder and more bass-filled audio experience, which we think is on par with that of the Echo (though we do prefer Amazon's ecosystem overall). Plus, you can configure two of these speakers together as a stereo pair via the app or arrange them throughout your home to create a multi-room sound system.

If you love home cooking and are integrated within the Google ecosystem, the Nest Hub Max is the smart display we recommend. With a large 10-inch screen, the Nest can easily transform from a beautiful digital photo frame to your own personal cookbook—verbally walking you through recipes without having to touch anything with ingredient-dirtied hands. Matching the lowest we've seen, this versatile display is a great choice for anyone who prefers the Google Assistant over Alexa.

The Google Nest Hub (2nd Gen) offers most of the same features as the larger Google smart displays, but ditches the camera. Coming in at around 7 inches, it’s the perfect size for a bedside table—especially given the Nest's standout sleep tracking abilities. This deal matches the lowest price we've seen, so don't miss out on this chance to pick up this useful smart screen.

Back down to $150, this is a solid deal on our upgrade smart doorbell camera pick that offers around-the-clock video recording, AI-powered motion detection, and facial recognition. While it's probably overkill for someone just looking to keep an eye on their door, it's a great option for those with advanced security needs. It should be noted that a Nest Aware subscription costs an additional monthly fee to store motion data, and is essential for video recoding.

Walmart doesn’t carry many of Wirecutter’s toy picks, but it does carry a number of board games and puzzles that we recommend—and they’re usually nicely discounted during deals events. For those looking for video games and peripherals, Walmart has been a good source of Nintendo Switch accessories.

This sturdy wooden easel gives toddlers dozens of creative options for when they’re seated at the table or on the floor. On one side there’s a chalkboard; flip the whole thing over and you’ll find a magnetic dry-erase board on the opposite side. The set includes a 50-foot roll of paper for painting and drawing, five sticks of colored chalk, a dry-erase marker and felt eraser, and 36 letter and number magnets that can be stored in the wooden base tray. This easel is a variant of one we have previously posted, this time in a Walmart-specific colorway.

Nine out of 10 friends agree: Catan is the easiest way to test your relationships. (The tenth friend is no longer speaking to the rest of the group due to a sheep-related incident.) During each hour-long game, 3-4 players work together to create their own civilization by collecting and trading resources to create a large, interconnected network of towns, and the first person to reach 10 points wins. Our next-level strategy game pick from our guide to the best beginner board games for adults is down to just a buck shy of the lowest price we've seen at $22.

The aim of Throw Throw Burrito is to swap cards until you find a match or play a burrito card, leading to a back-to-back “burrito duel” or an all-out “burrito war.” Sharp reflexes are a must. Our writers suggest playing this game outside, or in a place with tons of room because cute, squishy burritos will indeed be flying.

Tis the season: The Lego City Advent Calendar Building Kit combines the anticipation of opening an advent calendar with a memorable opportunity for quality time. With easy-to-follow instructions that will make assembly a breeze, each day of the month delivers a piece that will slowly come together into a holiday scene and play set. Back down to $24, this is a great opportunity to snag a gift that will serve as a festive activity for you and your little one to enjoy together.

Walmart offers plenty of Black Friday TV deals, but they’re usually for lower-end models that Wirecutter doesn’t recommend. If you’re looking for a super-budget model and aren’t concerned with quality, you’ll likely see multiple discounted TVs that could fit the bill.

We recommend Samsung's The Frame if you're looking for a TV with a less invasive, more decor-friendly design. This elegant LCD TV sits perfectly flush against the wall, just like a framed piece of art would. In addition, this 2021 model is 4K-capable and has built-in Alexa. Although still expensive, the 55-inch model is down to a new low price of $1000.

Our new top LCD/LED TV pick is down to a new low of $650 in the 55-inch size. If you're someone who wants better TV performance than the average budget option but doesn’t feel the need to spend a premium to get the absolute best, we suggest an LCD/LED TV. In our tests, we’ve found that OLED TVs consistently deliver better-looking images than LCD TVs do, but that technology is too expensive for most people. LCD/LED TVs can deliver a picture that looks almost as good for less money and in a wider variety of screen sizes.

Health, beauty, and fitness deals

Down to $30, this is a solid deal on our top electric toothbrush pick, and has been newly redesigned and improved, in our testers' opinion. With a built-in two-minute timer and a wide selection of compatible brush heads, the Oral-B Pro 1000's new design also no longer has the gunk-collecting ridges that we considered to be a flaw but not a dealbreaker in our review. The only drawback we found is that it tends to be louder than our other electric toothbrush picks. If ordering from Walmart, choose store pickup to bypass any pesky shipping fees.

Offering everything we look for in a great beard trimmer, the Philips Norelco Multigroom Series 7000 is now down to $35 with store pickup—matching the low we've seen. The Multigroom is compact, easy to hold, and sits right in the Goldilocks zone for power—powerful enough to work efficiently but not so powerful that an accidental slip leaves you with half a mustache. Fifteen guide combs, 3 trimmer heads, a small foil shaver head, and a nose hair trimmer are all included in this package.

There are several variables that could impact your at-home antigen tests, but they are accessible, fast, and still a nice backup to have handy for lower-stakes checks—especially if you test frequently. Abbott BinaxNow is one of five companies with FDA approval for emergency use at home. These tests offer 84.6% sensitivity and 98.5% specificity (both within seven days of symptom onset). This deal matches the best price we've seen for this set. We suggest selecting store pickup or adding to a larger order to avoid shipping fees.

Boasting the ability to analyze how your genes may have influenced a range of appearance, sensory, and other personal characteristics, the AncestryDNA + Traits Test Kit is back down to $59 with delayed shipping. We like AncestryDNA for its its clear, understandable results and provided historical context, which makes this such a solid deal on an extended version of our top DNA testing kit (which you can also snag on sale for $59). Overall, now is a nice time to save if you want to explore their historical and genetic heritage—though all DNA testing kits have privacy risks that you should take into account.

Our upcoming top pick for the best fitness tracker, the Charge 5 is a great way to monitor both your active time and your sleep cycles. The Fitbit series of workout bands are comfortable to wear, easy to use, and have a long-lasting battery life. The Charge 5 will accurately track your exercise metrics and link to a fitness community to share your sessions and meet your goals.This deal matches the best price we've seen for the newest model and is only the second deal we've posted.

This Spalding NBA Basketball Hoop has a solid base (which you’ll need to fill with water or sand), and you can wheel it aside when you need to park the car. It is regulation size, but it also lowers to 7.5 feet (from 10), so younger kids won’t feel left out. We saw cheaper hoops with plastic backboards, but this one is made from polycarbonate, which is stronger and bouncier—and allows for better rebounds.

If you've had your eye on our upgrade robot vacuum pick, the iRobot Roomba i3+, this is a nice opportunity to save on a comparable self-emptying model that's exclusive to Walmart. It isn't as quick or clever or controllable as our upgrade pick from Roomba competitor Roborock, but it still works well in bigger homes and is otherwise simpler, more durable, and better at cleaning most rugs. It's built on the same sturdy, long-lasting base as the cheaper Roomba models but adds more suction and tangle-resistant brushes for a boost in cleaning power. Extra sensors and processing also help it reliably clean large (or small) spaces in a (mostly) predictable, orderly pattern.

Nimble and great for getting pet hair out of carpets and rugs, the iRobot Roomba i3+ is one of our upgrade robot vacuum picks. The i3+ is an impressive cleaner that can thoroughly clean a large space, and most notably, empties itself when done. Though it's not as clever or fast as some other models, this durable bot is great for bigger homes and comes with a handy bin that you'll only need to empty every month or two. This matches the lowest price we've seen for this model and is only the second time we've seen it on sale, so it's a great time to pick it up.

Our budget pick, the Eufy RoboVac 11S is currently down to a great price if you're in the market for a robot vacuum. We liked the 11S for its unobtrusive presence, and ability to tackle both hardwood and short-pile carpeted floors. Its flatter shape also increases maneuverability underneath furniture. While its longevity isn't as reliable as the Roomba's and it doesn't work best on thicker carpets, this is still a solid deal for a vacuum you'll use weekly, if not daily.

Vacuuming is a necessary but tedious and time consuming chore, but a robot vacuum can help around the house and take a little of that extra work off your plate. While all Eufy RoboVacs provide a similar experience and quality, with varying additional features, the Eufy 15C is a model that we hold comparable to our current budget pick (the 11S). Working excellently on bare floors and short-pile rugs, this particular model includes Wi-Fi and Alexa support.

An improved version of our current upgrade pick, the Roborock S6 Pure boasts all the most useful functions of a robot vacuum—like impressive navigation and interactive mapping—plus a few handy extras. Compared to the S4, the S6 Pure has a better battery life, added mop attachment, and a few design differences that make it less likely to get stuck on plush rugs or thresholds. While we don't think the extras are necessary, with the price down to $350 with a clipped coupon, this is a great deal on a reliable robot vacuum cleaner.

If you want a decent cord-free carpet cleaner but don’t want to spend much, our budget pick is surprisingly effective on short- and even medium-pile rugs—at least for gritty types of debris like crumbs or sand. (It’s not as great at digging out pet hair or fine dust.) This vac also runs on the same batteries as a lot of Black+Decker power tools, so spares are plentiful and affordable. We regularly see the Powerseries Extreme around $150, but this is a rare significant drop, so now is a great time to save.

The Miele Classic C1 Pure Suction, a vacuum we really like for use on bare floors (or flat low-pile rugs), is available on sale for $255 from a street price around $290. The C1 lacks a roller, making it most suitable for those without thick rugs. It also operates a little louder than our Miele picks in other guides and doesn't have a crushproof hose or a filtration system that's quite as impressive as those options. However, we think it's a nice upgrade option if you're someone with hardwood floors looking for an eminently reliable vacuum.

A brilliant navigator, the Roborock S4 Max will learn the layout of your entire home in a single cleaning session. The map can then be further customized through the app with no-clean zones and avoided rooms—all without the need to to install physical barriers or markers. Though we found that it may struggle a bit on certain carpet types, this versatile robot vacuum will efficiently move through most homes and help keep them tidy.

We are currently searching for the best deals on Wirecutter picks in this category and will add them here if we find them.

Whether you're shoveling snow, taking out the garbage, or running errands, you probably spend a lot of time pulling your boots on and off in the winter, which is why this deal on the Muck Boot Men’s Arctic Excursion Mid will save you both time and money. These waterproof neoprene boots boast the second-best ice traction of any option we tested and feature fleece-lined insoles to keep your feet cozy in temperatures as low as 20°F. Down to a new low of $90, this is the first discount we've seen in nearly two years on our durable slip-on winter boot pick, making it a great opportunity to save on a classic winterized mud and farm work boot—just in time for the arduous winter months that lie ahead.

Down to $250, this bundle consists of the GoPro Hero8 and four essential accessories: an extra battery, compact case, Dual Battery Charger, and bonus rechargeable battery. As our former top action camera pick, the Hero8 has nearly everything you'd want in a waterproof action camera—impeccable video quality, impressive image stabilization, and a smart hyperlapse mode...We just think the newer Hero9 is better at, well, everything.

This Spalding NBA Basketball Hoop has a solid base (which you’ll need to fill with water or sand), and you can wheel it aside when you need to park the car. It is regulation size, but it also lowers to 7.5 feet (from 10), so younger kids won’t feel left out. We saw cheaper hoops with plastic backboards, but this one is made from polycarbonate, which is stronger and bouncier—and allows for better rebounds.

Do away with guessing and become a backyard grill master with the addition of this handy smart grilling hub. The Weber Connect is a Wi-Fi–enabled probe thermometer with a magnetic base that sticks to the side of a grill and supports up to four plug-in probe thermometers (two are included with the hub). Connecting to the app provides step-by-step guides and recipes, while also allowing you to set a desired level of doneness, notifications of when to flip food, and alerts for when everything is ready. While it's easy to accidentally leave on and it can only measure temperature, we still think the Connect is a nice addition to help level up your grilling skills.

The Kryptonite New-U Evolution Mini-7 w/Double Loop Cable offers the most theft resistant features for a bike lock without sacrificing its reasonable price. Although we've seen deals for this option in the past, this is the first solid price drop in a while, and good time to buy if you're in need of a new bike lock.

Whether you're a beginner DIY crafter or a seasoned artist, our top electronic cutting machine pick is sure to be a nice addition to your toolkit. Available for $140 in the Walmart-exclusive Daybreak colorway, the Cricut Explore Air 2 cuts quietly and smoothly and comes with access to a robust image library that will save you time and effort in the long run. Overall, this is a solid opportunity to save on a bundle that includes $30 worth of digital content and an electric cutting machine that boasts user-friendly software and good customer service.

Currently down to $12 from Amazon and Walmart (with store pickup), the Tulip One-Step Tie-Dye Party Kit is a fun and crafty gift idea for younger kids. The little plastic bin comes with squeeze bottles in 14 vibrant colors, gloves, rubber bands, and some step-by-step directions. Although we've seen slightly better deals in the past, this is still a solid drop on a tie-dye kit that is guaranteed to entertain.

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