Walmart's huge home sale includes 50% off KitchenAid, Instant Pots, Bissell


Feel a little bit of a chill in the air? Notice that the days are getting shorter? Yeah, that’s because summer is over, so put on a jacket and stop sulking. Besides, fall is obviously the best season, anyway — better outfit opportunities, fun Starbucks beverages, pumpkin picking, and apple cider donuts galore. What’s not to love?

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Another thing that fall is great for: Sales. And Walmart’s first fall savings event of the season is finally here, offering up to over half off on some of the best of the best in home and lifestyle products, like KitchenAid mixers, Dyson vacuums, and more. (The full sale runs through Sept. 27).  Read more...

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