Walmart started the holiday season before September, with the announcement of its top toys list for the 2022 holiday season. Now, the retail giant is hosting a holiday rollback sale, which will be held from October 10-13.
The sale is meant to give shoppers an early opportunity to strike on Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. The Rollback and More sale has discounts in nearly every category – kitchen appliances, electronics, toys, and more. Shoppers can prepare to check many people off their gift list with this four-day sale.
What’s on sale?
Shoppers can expect discounts that are akin to sales rolled out closer to the holiday season. While Walmart is likely to roll out more deals as the sale progresses over the next few days, here are some of the discounts currently available:
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Tablet: $249 (originally $349)
Apple AirPods Pro: $169.99 (originally $214)
ECOVACS Robot Vacuum Cleaner: $349 (originally $649.99)
Barbie Dollhouse and Furniture Doll Playset: $50 (originally $75)
Apple TV: $79 (originally $144)
RCA 32” ROKU Smart TV: $98 (originally $138)
NBA 54” Adjustable In-Ground Basketball Hoop: $250 (originally $600)
iFLY Fibertech 3-Piece Hardside Luggage Set: $169 (originally $249)
Bounce Pro 7-Foot My First Trampoline Hexagon: $67 (originally $98)
Farberware Air Fryer: $19 (originally $39.88)
Keeping up with Target and Amazon
Walmart’s Rollback Sale comes just a day before Amazon’s second Prime day event of the year, which is set to offer Prime members discounts from October 11-12. Amazon plans to have sales on some of the biggest brands of the holiday season, including Peloton, Samsung, KitchenAid, and more.
Amazon has released a toy gift guide for the two-day shopping event, as well as a home gift guide, to make the shopping process easier. Prime members can also set alerts and personalized notifications when specific items they’re interested in go on sale.
Similarly, Target held its two-day Deal Day event, from October 6-8. The company had thousands of items on sale both in-store and online to help shoppers get a headstart on their holiday shopping.