Walmart Just Added Bigger and Better Deals To Their Epic Cyber Monday Sale

updated Nov 30, 2020
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Walmart’s Cyber Monday sale is live and there’s good news for those of us who are still shopping because Walmart just added a huge batch of fresh, new deals. We’re talking up to 70 percent off on kitchen appliances, tech, vacuums, and essentials from go-to brands like Instant Pot, Shark, Apple, and many more. There’s something for everyone on your list (don’t forget yourself!), and we rounded up 13 of our favorite deals to help you get started.

1 / 13
Walmart
$59.00
was $99.99

A 6-qt. Instant Pot for under $50? Yes, please! Instant Pot's VIVA multi-use cooker has 15 preset programs for everything from yogurt to sous vide. Three of those programs are brand new additions to the latest VIVA: one for baking soft and moist cakes, one for cooking eggs in just a few minutes, and one for sterilizing kitchen tools, baby bottles, and jars.

2 / 13
Walmart
$399.00

Robotic vacuums never come cheap, so this is a great time to score Shark's IQ Robot. The smart vacuum maps and memorizes your home's layout, and it has a self-cleaning brush roll that can clean multiple surfaces like hardwood, tile, and carpeting, so your whole house will sparkle.

3 / 13
Walmart
$18.98
was $29.98

This nifty little device lets you connect all sorts of apps, movies, or music you have on your phone, tablet, or computer and cast it on your big screen with the touch of a button. As long as your TV or monitor has an HDMI port, you can turn it into a smart device!

4 / 13
Walmart
$49.98
was $59.98

This coffee maker might be on sale for under $40, but it does the work of a machine you'd expect to be much more expensive. Including both single-serve and full brew capability, it's ready for whatever you need—and did we mention it's fully programmable and has automatic two-hour shut-off?

5 / 13
Walmart
$34.99
was $44.99

The affordable (and pretty!) crockpots can do everything from breakfast, lunch, dinner, to dessert! And now since you'll have two, you can get multiple meals going at the same time. Or, keep one and gift the second to the favorite chef in your life.

6 / 13
Walmart
$24.00
was $39.99

The Roku Premiere is capable of vibrantly streaming in HD, 4K, or HDR, and it has a special Roku Spotlight channel that helps you find content that's available in those high-definition formats on various streaming services. I also love that it's easy to install and comes with a simple, no-fuss remote.

7 / 13
Walmart
$99.00
was $119.00

They already have the O.G Instant Pot, Instant Vortex Air Fryer, and maybe even the Instant Omni. But what about the brand-new Instant Pod? Gift the IP fan in your life this spiffy coffee maker that – in true Instant Pot style – features six one-touch options for instantly brewing different cup sizes. Plus, it's compatible with K-Cups and Nespresso capsules, so your giftee will never run out of coffee flavors to try.

8 / 13
Walmart
$69.99
was $89.99

SodaStream's Fizzi Sparkling Water Maker has a slim profile and is really easy to use. You can tailor the amount of fizziness, add flavor drops, or infuse sparkling water with freshly squeezed citrus juice to create your own delicious concoctions!

9 / 13
Walmart
$79.00
was $99.00

A while back we pitted the Instant Pot's Ace 60 Cooking Blender against the (much more) expensive Vitamix, and we were seriously impressed. The glass pitcher has a premium feel, and the blender comes loaded with smart programs for hot and cold blending, plus manual speeds, so you can make sauces, soups, frozen cocktails, nut milks, smoothies, and much more.

10 / 13
Walmart
$35.00
was $50.00

This mini chopper from KitchenAid is a must-have for prepping small-batch dips, chopping garlic, blending dressings, or making flavorful herb rubs. The processing bowl, lid, and blade are all dishwasher safe, and a drizzle spout in the lid lets you neatly stream in oil to emulsify ingredients as it chops. The chopper is available in an array of colors, but the especially pretty, minty Ice color is $10 off.

11 / 13
Walmart
$269.99
was $404.98

Available in a pretty pink and classy black, the wearable tech can help you track your activity, listen to your favorite music set reminders, and it can nearly replace your smartphone to help quell your scrolling habit. Pro tip: If your hands are always messy just when you need to set a timer, simply use your voice!

12 / 13
Walmart
$9.88
was $19.25

If there ever was a quintessential cast iron skillet, it would be this one from Lodge. To call it versatile is a serious understatement when you consider that you can saute, sear, roast, bake, and even fry in the heavyweight, pre-seasoned eight-inch pan. Lodge tends to be pretty affordable, but this is an insanely low price. It’s worth buying one as a gift and picking one up for yourself.

13 / 13
Walmart
$139.95
was $199.00

This indoor grill from Ninja would make a thoughtful gift for someone who lives in a cold climate but loves to enjoy grilled foods all year long. The Ninja Foodi’s innovative Smoke Control Technology captures smoke, so you can sear steaks or other fatty items without setting off any alarms. The versatile grill can be used to grill, air fry, roast, or bake, and it comes with a ceramic-coated 10" x 10" grill grate, a four-quart crisper basket, and a six-quart pot.