Walmart Just Kicked Off a Huge Sale with Some of Their Best Kitchen Deals This Year — See Our Top Picks

updated Apr 28, 2021
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There’s nothing wrong with a little friendly competition, and if you approach shopping like a sport, you may even rely on it to find the lowest prices. In that spirit, Walmart just launched their own sitewide sale to compete with Wayfair’s WayDay sales event, but you’ll have to act fast if you want to get in on it! You have through the end of tomorrow, April 29, to shop the sale at Walmart, which is packed with savings on items for the home, including appliances, cooking and dining essentials, storage solutions, and much more.

We’ve rounded up a few excellent picks from the Walmart sale below, many of which will make meal prep, cleaning, and entertaining a lot easier as we inch closer and closer to summer.

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was $642.00

It’s not every day you get the opportunity to save $112 on a Dyson vacuum, but that’s what’s in store if you snag their Animal 2 model at Walmart right now. The powerful vacuum has strong suction and features a tangle-free turbine tool that removes pet hair from carpet and upholstery. It also transforms easily into a wand or hose for cleaning places in your home that are harder to reach. Plus, the generous 35-foot cord helps you move about freely.

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was $64.00

It’s no secret that cast iron is very heavy, so if you’re going to invest in a skillet, look for one with an assist handle, like this one from Lodge. The 13.25-inch pan comes seasoned, and it has a pour spout to make it easy to drain excess fat or serve flavorful pan sauces. The skillet works on all cooktop surfaces (including induction) and is safe for the oven and the grill, too, making it ideal for frying eggs, grilling sandwiches, searing steaks, and baking cornbread.

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was $99.00

We were seriously impressed when we pitted this Instant Pot blender against a Vitamix. The blender’s 1100-watt motor can blend nuts and grains into non-dairy milks, turn out hot and cold beverages and soups, and make super-creamy frozen treats and smoothies. With 10 speeds and eight Smart Touch programs, you’ll be covered from breakfast to cocktail hour to dessert! At just $80, it’s a steal.

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was $99.99

The petite size of this three-quart Instant Pot makes it perfect for city apartments, small households, or as a dedicated unit for making side dishes if you have a full-sized Instant Pot. Like its larger pressure-cooking counterparts, the Duo Mini cooks food up to 70 percent faster than traditional methods, and it comes preloaded with 11 Smart Touch programs. You can pressure cook and make yogurt, soups, beans, rice, and much more with the touch of a button.

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was $19.99

Grilling season is here, and if you don't have an instant-read thermometer, this is your chance to get one of the best: This fold-out, digital model from ThermoPro is just $11. The thermometer has a temperature range of between -58 and 572 degrees Fahrenheit and is accurate within 0.9 degrees. The large digital screen displays readings in as little as four seconds, and an auto shut-off setting conserves the single AAA battery. A built-in magnet and end loop make it easy to store the thermometer on your fridge or a hook.

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was $179.88

If most robotic vacuums are a little out of your price range (you’re not alone!), consider this self-charging, Wifi-enabled model from ionVac that’s just $129 on sale! With sweeping side brushes, collision sensors, and a powerful roll brush, it navigates around your home’s hard and carpeted areas with ease, picking up dirt, pet hair, and debris in its path. It can be controlled manually or via a mobile app or smart speaker to clean on a schedule, and it automatically returns to its charging dock when the battery starts to fade.

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was $19.94

This 5-quart nonstick Dutch oven from Tramontina is roomy enough to make big batches of chili or sauce, and it's much lighter and easier to lift than cast iron. The nonstick cooking surface allows you to use less fat when softening aromatics or searing meats for stew, and the tight-fitting lid converts it into a vessel for stovetop braising, steaming, and slow cooking. The Tramontina is compatible with gas, electric, and ceramic glass cooktops.

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Ninja’s 4-quart air fryer can cook up to two pounds of super crispy french fries without added fat and comes loaded with programs for roasting, air frying, reheating, and dehydrating. You can also manually control your cook time and temperature, and since the Ninja has an impressively wide temperature range of 105 to 400 degrees, you’ll have a ton of options for recreating your favorite oven or deep-fried recipes. The air fryer’s nonstick basket and crisper plate are both dishwasher safe for easy cleanup.

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was $24.98

If you’re looking for a very gift-able Mother’s Day item, may we suggest this sweet rectangular baker set from The Pioneer Woman? The 4.2- and 2-quart dishes are made from durable stoneware and are safe for the dishwasher, microwave, and oven up to 450 degrees Farenheit. Whether you’re roasting a chicken or baking a lasagna, you’ll be proud to serve straight from the dishes themselves, which feature bird and floral motifs on their glazed exteriors.

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was $17.88

Pyrex’s glass bakeware is timeless, and this set of oblong baking dishes and matching covers is no exception. The glass is safe for use in the dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave, and preheated ovens, and the plastic lids are BPA free and dishwasher safe. In addition to keeping recipes fresh if you’re bringing a dish to a gathering, the lid will also keep leftovers or marinated meats safely sealed in your fridge. The 2- and 3-quart dishes are the perfect sizes for baked casseroles, brownies, enchiladas, and more.