Walmart Anti Prime Day Sale Launched

Posted: Jul 15 2015, 2:36am CDT | by , in Black Friday 2019


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Walmart Anti Prime Day Sale Launched

As announced by Walmart's CEO, the Walmart online sale on July has launched to compete with the Amazon Prime Day.

The Amazon Prime Day sale has launched on and shoppers are eagerly hunting down deals including a $75 32-inch LED TV and a $115 40-inch HDTV. Walmart has taken the opportinuty and challenges Amazon today with an online sale of their own. Walmart's CEO said in the announcement of Walmart's Anti Amazon Prime Day sale, "You shouldn't have to pay $100 to get great deals."

Amazon has announced several Prime Day deals that are better than what we have seen on last Black Friday. Usually Amazon is the one matching doorbuster deals Walmart announces in their Black Friday ads. This time it is on Walmart to match Amazon's deals including the mentioned insane TV deals. Walmart said that there are will be special atomic deals on sale today.

Walmart features on the site thousands of new rollbacks. A $265 Apple iPad mini 2 16GB Wi-Fi + AT&T stands out. A 55-inch RCA 1080p 120HZ HDTV sells for $399.99.

We will be analyzing the Amazon Prime Day deals and the Walmart deals as soon as they appear and publish a deal guide as we do each year during the Black Friday sales season. Find the latest news and deals in our Prime Day Hub.

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