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Whether you’re shopping for a coveted PlayStation 5 or hoping to upgrade your tech and home essentials before summer 2022, we’ve got inside information on a huge Walmart sale that’ll have all your Sunday shopping needs covered. Trust us, you won’t want to miss these markdowns.
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Today June 5, is the last day of the Walmart+ weekend and there’s still plenty of time to take advantage of member-only savings. During the sale, you can sign up for Walmart’s premium subscription service for exclusive access to discounts on everything from T-shirts and TVs to patio furniture and kitchen appliances. During the final hours of the Walmart+ weekend, you can even find devices that have just come back into stock, like the best-selling PlayStation 5.
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What is Walmart+ Weekend?
If you’re looking for great deals on home essentials, the Walmart + Weekend sale event is the place to be. Walmart+ is essentially the point-of-sale answer to Amazon Prime, being a membership-based service that offers discounts in-store and online. Along with Walmart + Weekend, the service offers a special collection of tech, appliances, apparel and more. Even better, shoppers who sign up for Walmart+ at a Walmart store will receive a $20 promo code off their next online purchase.
When is Walmart+ weekend?
Walmart+ weekend is in full swing. The sale has started Thursday, June 2 and crosses today june 5 at 7 p.m. You can shop for exclusive deals at Walmart stores and online.
What is a Walmart+ subscription?
Being a Walmart+ member gives you exclusive access to the retailer’s sale events, some of which are subscriber-only. You can even get early access to Black Friday deals, free unlimited shipping on orders, and even members-only gas prices.
How much does a Walmart+ subscription cost?
You can join Walmart+ for $12.95 per month or $98 per year. It’s actually quite a bit cheaper than an Amazon Prime subscription, which costs $12.99 per month or $155 per year.
How do I subscribe to a Walmart+ subscription?
Head to Walmart’s website and visit the Early Access page, where you can enter your email address and more information to sign up.
Is Walmart+ worth it?
For sure! It can be difficult to find basic necessities at affordable prices, especially when they can be out of stock in the blink of an eye. With a Walmart+ membership, you can get the first chance to get deals on the best appliances, furniture and more. You can even grab devices that have just come back to the shelf, like the PlayStation 5, through Walmart+. Sign up today to see the savings.
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