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This story is part of Amazon Prime Day, CNET’s guide on everything you need to know and how to make sure you get the best deal.

Walmart’s Big Save sale, the retailer’s answer to Amazon’s Prime Day, is officially over, except for a handful of items that you can still get for a bargain. Walmart has already announced a series of November sales, however, dubbed “Black Friday Deals for Days,” so expect similar deals to return.

Instead of its traditional Black Friday sale, Walmart is spreading out the savings into three separate events. The first sale will kick off on Nov. 4 at 4 p.m. PT (7 p.m. ET) with reductions on electronics, toys and home products, with more becoming available on Nov. 7.

The second event starts online on Nov. 11 at 4 p.m. PT with big savings on electronics like TVs, computers and tablets, as well as on movies, music, home products, clothes and more. Walmart has also hinted at “its biggest wireless phone event ever,” with deals on Apple iPhones and Samsung phones, online and in stores on Nov. 14.

The final Walmart sales event begins online on Nov. 25 at 4 p.m. PT and runs until actual Black Friday, with a slew of discounts across electronics, toys, clothes, home products and seasonal decor.  

In the meantime, you can still find a few sweet deals left over from Walmart’s post-Prime Day Big Save sales event, including discounts on Roku, $90 off the Samsung Galaxy Watch, and $115 off a 16.9-quart, 10-in-1 family-size air fryer.

Walmart gives free two-day shipping on orders over $35, so all of the remaining deals are eligible. (Some orders will also be eligible for next-day delivery or in-store pickup, if you haven’t already signed up for Walmart Plus.) Keep reading for our picks of the best Walmart deals that you can still find right now.

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The Roku Streaming Stick Plus supports HD, 4K and HDR content from all the major streaming services. It includes Roku’s enhanced remote control with voice control, and adds thousands of streaming channels to your TV (but notably, still no HBO Max at the moment). You can save 24% during Walmart’s sale this week. Read our Roku Streaming Stick Plus review 

Samsung

Right now you can save 32% on the 46mm version of the Samsung Galaxy Watch.

Rather than using the more common Google Wear OS, this watch uses Samsung’s Tizen OS, and it has become a favorite among Android users. It has a library of 60,000 watch faces to choose from and a generous suite of standard apps for messaging, calls, music and more. You also get Bixby voice assistance and health and fitness capabilities. Read our Samsung Galaxy Watch review.

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This 16.9-quart,1,800-watt air fryer also serves as a countertop oven, rotisserie, toaster and food dehydrator. The size makes it perfect for cooking whole chickens, turkeys and family-sized meals. And the window lets you keep an eye on your culinary masterpiece. It comes in black, blue and red.

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This Samsung Q60T smart TV usually runs at about $800, but you can snag it for about $200 less. At this price it’s $50 less than our favorite 55-inch TV for the money, the TCL 6-Series, and although we haven’t reviewed the Samsung, based on its specs we don’t expect its image quality to match that of the TCL. But if you like Samsung’s brand better — or you just don’t have room for a 55-incher — it’s worth a look.

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Nintendo

Here’s your chance to save $20 on Super Mario Party for your Nintendo Switch (as well as several other first-party Nintendo games). Usually $60, you can save 33% on the game during Walmart’s sale. 

There are 80 different minigames here — perhaps not quite as many as in some of the more recent editions of Super Mario Party, but these feature new strategy elements and playing modes that will make this the highlight of your next party. Read GameSpot’s review of Super Mario Party.

JVC

The JVC LT-55MAW595 is a 55-inch class TV that offers a 4K picture and three HDMI connections. The interface is none other than Roku, so you get all the advantages of that platform, including a great UI and access to more than 5,000 streaming channels. 

This TV usually sells for $400 but during this sale you can save 37% (while supplies last). 

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If you want to grab a TV for under $100, JVC’s LT-32MAW205 might be just the ticket. After all, this 32-inch HD TV (it has a 720p resolution) has Roku built in, so when you factor in what you’d spend on a Roku media player, it’s like you’re getting the TV for $70 or so. This set has three HDMI inputs, USB and a suite of audio and video connections. 

Regularly $130, you can save about 24% during the sale, while supplies last. 

Shark

Shark’s Shark Rotator Freestyle Cordless Stick Vacuum is an upright 7.5-pound vacuum with a two-speed brush roll that’s optimized for both carpet and bare floors. It includes a charger that doubles as a storage dock, and it can completely recharge the vac in four hours. 

The SV1110 usually sells for $128 but is 38% off during this sale, while supplies last. 

Ninja

Ninja’s BL780 Supra Kitchen Blender System is a blender and food processor in one. It’s built around a 1,200-watt, 1.5-horsepower motor and comes with a pair of Ninja cups with to-go lids, an 8-cup food processor bowl, a 72-ounce blending jar, an assortment of blades and more. 

The system usually sells for $170 but is $76 off during this sale, while supplies last. 

Instant Pot

If you’re a fan of food blogger and Food Network star Ree Drummond, a.k.a. The Pioneer Woman, you might be intrigued by this Breezy Blossoms-themed 6-quart six-in-one multi-use programmable pressure cooker from Instant Pot. It works as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer and more, with 12 versatile programs and a 24-hour delayed timer. 

Regularly $99, you can save 51% right now or while supplies last. 


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