Walmart’s Labor Day Sale Is On — These Are the 10 Best Deals to Shop

published Aug 31, 2023
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I don’t know about you, but during the fall, I cook way more than I do in the summer. Summer is pure chaos — it’s going on vacations and running around from outing to outing. By the time I finally get home, sweaty and exhausted, I hardly feel like going the full nine yards and cooking an entire meal for myself. (I’d much rather order in and collapse in my bed.) The chill vibe of fall, however, makes it the perfect season for cooking every day at home. The colder weather means I’ll be staying inside more, and what better time to try out new dishes — and try out new kitchen gear?

Lucky for us, Walmart is giving us the perfect opportunity to do just that. For Labor Day, the retailer is offering tons of cookware and kitchen items — from some of our favorite brands, no less — at a major discount. We’ve rounded up 10 markdowns that are perfect for getting your kitchen ready for fall cooking. With the long weekend right around the corner, don’t wait to take advantage of these stunning deals!

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1 / 10
Walmart
$15.98
was $19.48

If you find yourself taking dishes to get-togethers — or hosting them yourself — you need this Pyrex set, which comes with a large baking dish and two smaller ones with lids. The baking dish has handles, so whether you’re going from the oven to the table or to another person’s house, transport is easy.

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Walmart
$75.00
was $129.99

“If you’re looking for an air fryer toaster oven (or a variety of other tools and appliances) that looks incredibly stylish in your kitchen while also delivering superior performance, Drew’s Beautiful line is absolutely worth considering,” said contributor Sholeen, who loved how easy it was to use, how little space it took up, and how quiet it ran.

3 / 10
Walmart
$349.99
was $419.99

Dyson is a household name for a reason (you can trust us on that), and you really can’t find a better option when it comes to cleaning up after your pets. This one features a de-tangling motorbar that tackles long hair and pet hair and keeps it from getting tangled, and it even transforms into a handheld vac to get to areas that are hard to reach.

4 / 10
Walmart
$59.49
was $137.99

In addition to a saucepan and sauté pan, this Carote set includes their nonstick frying pan, which contributor Erin absolutely loved. “Like any great nonstick pan, it’s also easy to clean and requires just a quick wipe down with warm water and soap after using,” she wrote.

5 / 10
Walmart
$199.00
was $299.99

A wet-dry vacuum is a lifesaver when it comes to cleaning up kitchen messes. The cordless iFLOOR works on any kind of surface, and keeps clean water separate from the dirty, which makes everything that much more hygienic.

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Walmart
$69.99
was $115.99

This dining set is being offered for the mind-boggling price of $70, and if that alone doesn’t sell you, I’m not sure what will. But really, this compact three-piece set is ideal for small spaces, and it even has a shelf underneath the table for extra storage.

7 / 10
Walmart
$109.99
was $319.99

If you want clean floors but don’t love the idea of vacuuming and mopping them frequently, ONSON’s robotic cleaning device can do both jobs at once for you. Through the app, you can schedule it to run, and it can last through an impressive 120 minute cleaning cycle.

8 / 10
Walmart
$25.00
was $76.00

Instant Pot may be known for their slow cooker, but their coffee maker is just as fantastic. It works with K-Cups or ground coffee, thanks to the reusable pod it comes with. “I have been using a Keurig coffee maker for 4 years,” a reviewer said. “It finally died! I bought this one because it was cheaper than the Keurig and what a pleasant surprise. It makes a great cup of coffee and I have plenty of water to fund for more large cups. What's really great is it's faster than the Keurig!”

9 / 10
Walmart
$99.99
was $189.99

If you can’t quite convince yourself to drop quite so much money on a KitchenAid stand mixer, try out this $100 option. With 10 speeds and a powerful 660W motor, it has a 4.8-star average from over 1,200 reviews.

10 / 10
Walmart
$32.99
was $49.99

This chopper inspired contributor Ashley to get more creative in the kitchen. “I’ve used the chopper on onions, sweet potatoes, and most recently, apples for a salad, and I can totally see why it gets so much hype on social media and on Amazon,” she wrote in her review. “When you spend less time prepping and cleaning, you can spend more time actually enjoying your food.”