Walmart "Big Save" Event Live On Prime Day 2020: These Are The Best Deals

Amazon Prime Day is underway, and as usual, other big retailers are lining up to compete with their own concurrent sales events. These unrelated Anti-Prime Day sales, which include Target’s Deal Days sale and Best Buy’s early Black Friday sale, technically have nothing to do with Amazon or Prime Day. But this 48-hour event has effectively become a mini-Black Friday, so we’re here to break down all the best deals for you. And that brings us to Walmart’s Big Save event, which this year went a different route by starting early and running through October 15.

The Big Save Event page is loaded with deals on everything from housewares to clothes. We’ve rounded up some of the biggest and best deals below, and we’ll be updating as more become available throughout the week. Those include some big discounts on Nintendo Switch first-party games as well as hefty discounts on movies.

Unlike Prime Day, which requires you have an Amazon Prime subscription, Walmart’s sale is open to all customers. You can pick up your purchases in-store or get free two-day shipping on any purchases over $35. While not required to get the most out of the Big Save Event, Walmart recently launched its own subscription service called Walmart+. You can check out see how the service stacks up against Amazon Prime if you’re considering becoming a member.

Not to be undercut, Amazon has kicked off some early Prime Day 2020 deals already as well. Read on for some of our top picks from Walmart’s sales event.

Best Video Game Deals

Walmart is offering some deep discounts on video games, including several Nintendo first-party Switch games for $40. Those usually stick at their $60 MSRP for months or even years after release, so now is a good time to snatch them up. You can also find some recent sports games for relatively cheap.

Super Mario Party

$40 (was $60)

Borderlands 3

$20 (was $60)

The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening

$50 (was $60)

Need For Speed Heat

$30 (was $60)

Titanfall 2

$4 (was $20)

Madden NFL 21

$40 (was $60)

Fire Emblem: Three Houses

$40 (was $60)

NBA 2K21

$35 (was $60)

Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville

$15 (was $40)

Burnout Paradise Remastered

$30 (was $50)

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

$30 (was $60)

Best Movie Deals

Walmart has some solid movie discounts on tap. The biggest discount is the Spider-Man collection, which compiles both recent Spider-Man MCU movies (Spider-Man Homecoming and Far From Home), the critical hit animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and the Sony spin-off Venom all together. You can also pick up the new Jumanji or relive your childhood with Batman Beyond.

Batman Beyond: The Complete Series DVD

$30 (was $36)

Jumanji: The Next Level

$18 (was $23)

Spider-Man 4-Film Collection

$20 (was $56)

Apple Watch Series 3

$169 (was $200)

The Series 3 Apple Watch does almost everything the newer hardware can, but at a much lower price. If you’re in the market for a smartwatch without some flashier new features like blood oxygen and ECG monitoring, this is a steal.

Apple AirPods Pro

$200 (was $250)

Apple’s AirPods are some of the better wireless headphones you can buy right now (especially if own an iPhone), and the Pro version improves on the experience. These pricey headphones are worth the cost, especially at $50 off.

NetGear 4-Stream AX1800 Wi-Fi Router

$89 (was $150)

Blanket your house in wifi with this strong router that’s almost half-off its regular price. NetGear promises speeds up to 1.8Gbps to fill up to a 1,500 square foot home, with 20 or more devices, using Wi-Fi 6 technology. Plus, you can mount it to your wall for easy decluttering.

Roku Streaming Stick+

$37 (was $49)

A Roku streaming stick is a quick plug-and-play solution to stream Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, and more on just about any device. You can load it up with your favorite streaming channels and then use the connected Roku app or voice controls to find the night’s entertainment options.

Lego Star Wars Advent Calendar

$30 (was $40)

Open a Lego minifig or build each day of the holiday season, including Darth Vader and Poe Dameron in ugly Christmas sweaters. Plus, it includes a special holiday-themed costume unlock for the upcoming Lego Star Wars video game.

Monopoly: Fortnite Edition

$13 (was $16)

Build your Monopoly empire with iconic Fortnite locations like Dusty Depot and Tilted Towers. What it lacks in little metal dogs and top hats it makes up for with a whopping 27 character design tokens pulled straight from the popular video game. Let it never be said that you can’t find financial success dressed as a Durrr Burger.

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