15 Things You’re Not Buying from Walmart—but Should
Walmart has always been known for its low prices, but we bet you didn’t know you could go there for must-have deals on these quality items.
Not only does the style of Walmart’s furniture range from classic to contemporary, but the prices rival even those at IKEA. Lindsay Sakraida of DealNews.com told Go Banking Rates that you can save almost half by furniture shopping at Walmart, and many items include free shipping. Check out these 10 gorgeous kitchen items you can find at Walmart.
If you and your family are casual campers, save money by getting basic tents and air mattresses at Walmart. “We’ve found two-person tents at Walmart for $26 as well as eight-person family options for as low as $129. A shopper could easily pay three times that at a traditional camping store,” Sakraida told Go Banking Rates.
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Move over, Bed Bath and Beyond. Walmart sells six-piece bath towel sets for under $10! Don’t miss the top-selling Walmart product from every state.
It’s shocking, we know, but you can buy Starbucks coffee outside of a Starbucks coffee shop. A 12 oz. bag of most ground coffee flavors will cost you $7.99 at Target, but a dollar less at Walmart. Amazon has slightly cheaper prices, but in most cases, you either need to buy a six-pack of 12 oz. bags or subscribe to Prime Pantry, exclusively for Amazon Prime members.
Walmart surprisingly rivals other retailers when it comes to low prices on indoor exercise bikes, treadmills, and ellipticals. A price comparison will show that buying an exercise machine on Amazon could cost anywhere from $30 to $100 more than buying the same product through Walmart. Next, find out the 15 things you’re not buying from Costco—but should.