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There's no arguing that Amazon Prime Day is absolutely massive. Even better is that it stirs up a whole lot of excitement in the retail world and inspires a ton of competitive sales. It's a discount extravaganza; retailers from Walmart to Best Buy to Target are hosting their own massive online sales to try to steal focus from Amazon's big day. And, dare we say, many of these sales are even better.
Not sure where to begin? Don't worry. We're on it. We combed the Anti-Prime Day sales and pulled together the best right here. Whether you're looking to get a new TV, replace those ancient headphones, zhush up your wardrobe or upgrade that mattress that's older than you'd like to admit, we've got the deal for you. Here are some of the most spectacular Anti-Prime Day sales. On your mark, get set...shop!
On sale for $178, down from $228, the Hisense 40-inch Class Full HD Roku Smart LED TV is undeniably sleek — with a near edge-to-edge 43-inch display (more picture, less frame). With an HD resolution at 1080p and DTS True Surround Sound, you’ll essentially have a movie theater-like experience at home, with colors that pop.
The built-in Roku streamer gives you instant access to thousands of streaming channels, including Netflix, YouTube, Disney+, HBO Max, Prime Video, Hulu and ESPN+. It also has a few smart-home features like voice search for hands-free navigation. That’s right: You can find your favorite TV shows and movies, just by speaking them into existence.
"Great TV. Once I selected 'theater sound' the clouds parted and there was entertainment bliss — OK, maybe that's a bit extra, however, the sound did vastly improved," shared a delighted five-star reviewer. "Perfect size for me. Easy setup and operation."
Check out more anti-Prime Day TVs deals below:
Headphones and earbuds
The Beats Solo Pro Headphones sync to just about any smartphone or laptop via Bluetooth, delivering rich audio and heart-thumping bass. Super sleek, the pro-level headphones come in Black, Gray, Ivory and Red. They’re noise-canceling, so you can block out just about all background and ambient noise to enjoy your favorite music and podcasts.
"These beats are so pretty. They sound amazing and definitely block out background noise," raved a savvy Walmart shopper. "They charge and are compatible with iPhones. I didn't find them to be low what so ever. They come in their original box, charger, case, stickers and key ring...No signs of wear, they are a little snug but it seems like it's because they're new...I'm just so happy with my purchase."
The Beats have up to a whopping 40 hours of battery life per charge, so you don’t have to be tethered to a wall outlet all day long. In fact, they pump out a solid stream of music with top-notch audio for nearly two days. This is pretty impressive, considering that most wireless headphones tap out after about 30 hours.
Check out more anti-Prime Day headphone and earbud deals below:
Philips Wireless In-Ear Headphones, $30 (was $60), walmart.com
Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones, $125 (was $200), target.com
Samsung Galaxy Buds+, $100 (was $150), bestbuy.com
Bietrun Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds, $26 (was $130), walmart.com
Smartphones and tablets
On sale for $180 (was $230), the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 weighs just over a pound and features 32GB of storage (expandable up to 1TB via microSD card). That's got it all over Apple’s entry level tablet, which isn’t expandable. And unlike the iPad, the Tab A7’s 10.4-inch display has a full HD widescreen for immersive viewing.
Also out-Apple-ing Apple? The A7's camera set is better than the one that comes with the iPad. It has an eight-megapixel selfie cam with a five-megapixel rear shooter on the front for video calls. "Mostly use for mobile gaming. Tried to play PS4 remote play, and it worked," reported a satisfied gamer. "Sound is great and build quality is better than iPad. Speed is seamless."
Check out more anti-Prime Day smartphone and tablet deals below:
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, $260 (was $350), bestbuy.com
Samsung 10.4-inch Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (Wi-Fi only), $280 (was $350), bhphotovideo.com
Core Innovations 7-inch, $54 (was $70), bhphotovideo.com
onn. 8-inch Tablet Pro, $79 (was $99), walmart.com
Samsung Galaxy A11 (Net10), $99 (was $149), walmart.com
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, $600 (was $730), bestbuy.com
Lenovo Tab M10 Plus, $170 (was $200), bestbuy.com
On sale for $30 (was $60), The Last of Us Part II for PlayStation 4 is set five years after the first game and follows Ellie and Abby as they continue to survive in a post-apocalyptic United States. This is one of the best games of 2020 and it’s half off at Walmart.
“I have played it three times now,” shared a delighted gamer. “On each play through, I found something new, which I most likely missed because of the insane attention to detail in this game. It all started to make sense after my second play through. I think that The Last of Us Part II is one of the best storytelling masterpieces out there.”
Check out more anti-Prime Day gaming deals below:
The Sims 4 (Xbox One), $5 (was $50), cdkeys.com
Minecraft (Xbox One), $11 (was $30), cdkeys.com
Outriders: Day One Edition (PS4), $40 (was $60), walmart.com
Madden NFL 21 (Xbox One), $20 (was $60), walmart.com
The Pillars of The Earth (PS4), $29 (was $45), walmart.com
Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled (PS4), $34 (was $40), walmart.com
The Roku Express, on sale for an all-time low price of $19, down from $29 (you'll see the discount once you place it in your cart), gets you access to HBO Max, Hulu, Netflix, Disney+ and much, much more. It’s a must for older TV sets that don't have built-in streaming, or for people who've grown weary of watching Schitt’s Creek or Emily in Paris on a tiny tablet, laptop or phone screen. One of the brand's most powerful devices, the Roku Express turns any TV with an HDMI port into a smart TV. It also supports Wi-Fi for an HD picture quality. And shoppers love it more than Amazon's Fire TV Stick too.
"Bought this to replace my aging Fire TV Stick and I couldn't be happier," raved a savvy Walmart shopper. "The operation is fast and responsive, the interface is intuitive, and the remote very functional. I don't even need my tv remote anymore. Best of all, Roku never tried to funnel me to their proprietary app or try to sell me things! Also, the price is right!"
Check out more anti-Prime Day smart-home deals below:
TP-Link Wi-Fi Mini Smart, $10 (was $18), target.com
Google Nest Audio Smart Speaker, $75 (was $100), target.com
Google Nest Hub Smart Display, $80 (was $100), target.com
XODO Smart Wi-Fi HD Video Doorbell, $90 (was $150), walmart.com
On sale for $144 (was $299), the Shark ION Robot Vacuum RV750 is designed to tackle all sorts of household surfaces, unlike other devices that just suck up dirt and grime and ‘get stuck’ against a wall or under furniture. We consider it the jack-of-all-trades of floor cleaning.
This smart little guy uses a navigation system to map your home’s floor landscape, so it doesn’t bump into walls, scratch up furniture or plummet down stairs. With up to 90 minutes of battery life per charge, it can sweep up your hardwood floors and then switch to carpets and tiles at a moment’s notice, plus it can also be controlled and scheduled via its smartphone app or Alexa.
“So far so great! I really like this little machine, and it does a wonderful job cleaning,” raved a five-star reviewer. “It comes around so many times that it makes it hard to leave anything behind. It's pleasantly quiet and was easy to set up. So glad I went with this product and not the competitors. Worth every penny. I just don't know why I didn't buy it sooner!”
Check out more anti-Prime Day vacuum deals below:
Trifo Maxs Robot Vacuum, $400 (was $667), macys.com
Mighty Rock Robot Vacuum and Mop, $73 (was $130), walmart.com
Shark ION Robot Vacuum RV750, $144 (was $299), walmart.com
Working from home
Are you working hard...but your laptop's hardly working? Perhaps it’s time for a brand-spanking-new one at a low, low price. On sale for $419 (was $749), this sleek and stylish Gateway Ultra Slim Notebook has a 15.6-inch Full HD LCD display at 1080p, runs Windows 10 and features a comfortable keyboard and spacious trackpad for quick and easy navigation. It’s paired with 16GB of memory and 256GB of on-board storage, and has up to 10 hours of battery life per charge. Shoppers love its built-in fingerprint reader for a super-speedy login.
"Laptop is amazing. I could not be happier with it," raved a savvy Walmart shopper. "Super-smooth interface, fantastic speed and video quality is superb — I have not had any buffering at all. The screen size is perfect and I am really loving this dark green color, very sleek and modern looking. I like that you can set a fingerprint login for extra security.... Lots of storage space, fast browsing and crystal-clear sound. You really cannot beat this laptop."
Available in that aforementioned green, as well as classic black, vibrant blue (pictured above) and rosy pink.
Check out more anti-Prime Day work-from-home deals below:
Apple MacBook Pro (mid-2020), $1,099 (was $1,299), bhphotovideo.com
Acer Chromebook Spin 311, $169 (was $299), walmart.com
Lenovo Yoga 6 Laptop, $680 (was $800), eBay.com
Ousgar 47-inch White Desk, $80 (was $266), walmart.com
Need extra help in the kitchen? This Pot has plenty to offer. The pressure cooker setting allows you to cook your food faster with minimal oversight. The large screen allows you to easily set the time, temp and pressure level for your dishes. Delay start lets you cook at a time that’s right for you, while the warm feature will keep your food at the right temperature until you’re ready.
"Best of its kind!" a fan noted. "The updated lid also makes it super easy. Simplicity is what I always look for in the kitchen and the Viva model does that and more. I ordered one for myself and several other for friends."
Check out more anti-Prime Day kitchen deals below:
Gourmia Digital 6 Qt. Air Fryer, $59 (was $99), walmart.com
Staub Pure Grill, 10.5", $120 (was $243), surlatable.com
Up to $45 off orders, ninjakitchen.com
Up to 35 percent off kitchen items, target.com
If you're still battling blackheads and clogged pores (hey, they don't discriminate on age) this will be your perfect sidekick. This tool has extra heads for different blemish types, and even one to contour your jawline. It's rechargable, totally painless, and most importantly: According to shoppers, it works.
"I did a lot of research on different pore-cleansers before deciding on this one and I'm so glad I did," one shopper shared. "This has legit changed my skin texture after 3 uses!"
Check out more anti-Prime Day beauty deals below:
Up to 20 percent off select items and kits, charlottetilbury.com
20 percent off NuFace, skinscarerx.com
Items up to 60 percent off, nordstrom.com
Beauty finds starting at just $9.50, marcjacobsbeauty.com
Up to 75 percent off clearance, skincarerx.com
Still need a pair of wear-everywhere summer shoes? Try these on for size. This exclusive-to-Walmart design features a padded insole and breathable lining, so you can wear these on even the hottest days without breaking a sweat. Plus, the gorgeous medallion design dresses up anything from casual t-shirt frocks to jeans and a t-shirt.
Check out more anti-Prime Day style deals below:
20 percent off sitewide with code SUMMER21, redbubble.com
Up to 50 percent off hundreds of styles, adidas.com
Up to 20 percent off womens swim, target.com
Up to 50 percent off summer collection, aerosoles.com
Hundreds of items on sale, llbean.com
Up to 40 percent off new styles, aloyoga.com
Up to half off sitewide, oldnavy.com
40 percent off tees, sweats and dresses, oldnavy.com
Up to 50 percent off styles,stuartweitzman.com
30 percent off select styles, vionic.com
Nordstrom half-yearly sale is on — up to 50 percent off, nordstrom.com
Up to 70 percent off, nordstromrack.com
Mattresses and beddings
If you're the Goldilocks of pillows, you're in luck — this one is designed to please even the pickiest pillow connosieurs. It's designed for all sleep positions and is filled with plush memory foam. The best part? If the pillow is feeling a little lofty or if you want to puff it up, you can add or remove the memory foam inside to your optimal level of fluff. Plus: It's hypoallergenic.
"I LOVE this pillow," a shopper declared. "It's very large. It is so comfy and soft. It is also a very thick pillow. It says it is hypoallergenic which is a big plus. Whether you sleep on your side, stomach, or back, this pillow doesn't disappoint. I switch from all three positions and it works perfectly for me. Best of all, you can wash the outside in the washing machine!"
Check out more anti-Prime Day bedding deals below:
Up to 1,200 off mattresses, plushbeds.com
Up to 20 percent off bedding, target.com
Free sheets and pillow with purchase $2,199, was $2,399, purple.com
Casper Original Mattress, $931 (was $1,095), casper.com
Nectar Memory Foam Mattress, $899 (was $1,298), nectarsleep.com
$200 off any mattress, birchliving.com
15 percent off your first order, brooklinen.com
20 percent off mattresses, brooklynbedding.com
25 percent off sitewide plus $250 gift set, bearmattress.com
Up to $400 off Leesa Legend mattress, leesa.com
These bones might not look very soup-like, but to your pup, it's just like that comforting bowl of chicken noodle soup you have when you're sick — only theirs is prepared by Rachael Ray.
Each bone is cooked in the USA, plus they're easy to break apart for smaller dogs, and a mix of real chicken and veggies ensures they're noshing on only the good stuff.
"My fur boys love these snacks," one fan shared. "They already know the packaging and when I go to the pantry they know exactly what I am going for when I say, 'you want a soup bone?'.. They are too funny and love these!!!"
Check out more anti-Prime Day pet deals below:
Dog collars starting at $5, petco.com
Doggie treat kits and more starting at $26, wildone.com
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