We’re in the middle of Amazon Prime Day, and yet some of the best Prime Day deals you can get aren’t on the Amazon site at all. While Best Buy calls its sale “July Black Friday” — which makes even less sense than calling a two-day event Prime Day, singular — Walmart has its own deals. It’s common to see Walmart and the others match many of the deals Amazon offers there, as well as promote some unique deals of their own.

Some of these deals can be a little unexpected and especially good, while some are just a nice discount any other day of the year. However, if you have a Walmart Plus Subscriber, there may be an added incentive to find these deals at your store of choice, such as taking advantage of free, faster shipping. So along with all of our extended Prime Day 2022 coverage, we’re bundling all the great deals at other retailers, like this one here at Walmart.


2020 iPad Air (64GB, Wi-Fi)

The iPad Air 2020 has thinner bezels around the screen and has moved the Touch ID fingerprint sensor to the power button on the top of the device.


2021 iPad Mini (64GB, Wi-Fi)

Apple’s redesigned iPad Mini ditches the home button and opts for a larger, edge-to-edge display. It also comes with a faster processor, USB-C support, and a top-mounted power button that moonlights like a Touch ID sensor.


Samsung Galaxy Watch 4

The Galaxy Watch 4 has a snappy interface and more third-party support through Google’s Wear OS 3. But remember, it’s best paired with a Samsung-made phone.


Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic combines health-tracking smarts with a conventional watch look and design. It features Samsung’s unique rotating bezel for physical control over on-screen scrolling.


DualSense wireless controller

Anyone fancy some grape jelly? This DualSense controller features a deep purple color that is accentuated by the black of its two-tone styling.


Game and Watch: The Legend of Zelda

Three classic Zelda games wrapped in one portable retro style. It contains The Legend of Zelda and Link’s Adventure of the NES, as well as Link’s Awakening from the Game Boy. These vintage games even support save states for easier playthroughs.

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