Walmart's Big Save Event, coinciding with Amazon Prime Day, has been underway since Sunday evening and will continue through tomorrow night, giving consumers a little more time to shop and save this week.

Walmart is offering up savings that rival Black Friday in most categories, including electronics, home, toys, clothing, and more. And it will continue to offer free shipping on eligible items for orders over $35.

Below, we've gathered some of the best deals on products that performed well in CR's tests, including TVs and small appliances. Keep in mind that these prices are accurate at the time of publication, but some deals may sell out and prices can change throughout the course of the sale event. We'll keep updating this article as we discover more deals.

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TVs & Streaming Media

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TVs & Streaming Media

Roku Streaming Stick +

    If you’ve wanted a 4K HDR Roku but not another settop box, then this stick-style player may be just the ticket. Its AC power cord has a unique inline wireless receiver the company claims can improve its wireless range, and we had no issues during our tests. Like all Rokus it has a category-leading assortment of channels. It has some voice capability, but it’s limited compared to the other players’.


    CR's test results: Roku Streaming Stick +

    Samsung 50-Inch 4K Smart TV

      We tested this set and it had top-notch overall picture quality, though the HDR performance wasn’t so great. It’s actually a 2018 entry-level 4K smart TV that’s still hanging around. It’s currently selling for about $330 at retailers such as Best Buy, so you’ll save about $30, but it was actually cheaper—$280—at Best Buy, Target, and Walmart during their Black Friday sales last year.


      CR's test results: Samsung UN50NU6900FXZA

      Samsung 55-Inch 4K QLED Smart TV

        This set, the Samsung QN55Q60TB, is the company’s least expensive QLED series for 2020. We didn’t test it, but did evaluate the 65-inch Samsung QN65Q6DT that’s sold via warehouse clubs and it delivered satisfying HD and 4K picture quality, but the HDR experience was not as good. The model is currently selling for $698 at a few retailers right now, so you’ll save about $100.

        Sony 55-Inch 2020 4K OLED Smart TV

          The Sony XBR-55A9G, a top-rated Sony set in its flagship 4K OLED series for 2019, had been $2,500, so this is a decent discount. It was among the best TVs we tested last year.

          Samsung 65-Inch 4K QLED Smart TV

            This set, the Samsung QN65Q60TB, is the bigger sibling to the 55-inch version cited above. Once again, we didn’t test this set, but did evaluate the 65-inch Samsung QN65Q6DT sold via warehouse clubs, and it did well in our ratings. It’s also about $100 cheaper at Walmart’s sale than elsewhere.


            One note: You’ll also see this set and its sibling listed at other retailers without the “B” or the “FXZA” suffixes in the model name. If you strip them out and do a search, you’ll see where else the TVs are available.

            LG 77-Inch GX-Series 4K OLED TV

              This 77-inch TV, a bigger model in LG’s pricier design-centric “Gallery” OLED TV series for 2020, had been selling for $5,200. We didn’t test this set, but to date all LG OLED TVs have been among the best of the tested sets in our ratings. This series appeals to those who don’t mind paying a premium for a super-slim flush-mount wall design.


              1MORE Triple Driver BT Wireless Earbuds

                These Bluetooth headphones are a great deal even at the standard price. They provide above-average sound quality, a flexible neck collar that can be rolled into a pocket, and convenient features such as a quick-charge function that 1MORE claims will provide 2 hours of playtime after just 10 minutes of charging.


                CR's test results: 1MORE Triple Drive BT Headphones

                Apple Powerbeats Pro True Wireless Headphones

                  This model doesn’t score high enough to earn a CR recommendation, but it tends to be very popular among Apple fans. Our tests find the bass is over pronounced to the point that it distorts the sound of original recordings. The charging case—a standard accessory with all true wireless headphones—is unusually bulky, too. Still, some bass fans might be happy to sacrifice audio clarity for an extra boost on the low end.

                  CR’s test results: Apple Powerbeats Pro

                  Beats Solo Pro Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones

                    These noise-canceling headphones are usually a little too expensive to justify their performance, but they’re a decent deal for $200. The Solo Pro Wireless gets an above average rating for sound-quality in our tests, and the noise-canceling is superb. Before you pick them up, though, you may want to check out other noise-canceling options available at $200 or less.


                    CR's test results: Beats Solo Pro Noise-Canceling Headphones

                    Bose Quiet Comfort 35 II Noise-Canceling Headphones

                      Bose has a new flagship model, the Noise-Canceling 700. But the older Quiet Comfort 35 II option is still around, and it gets the exact same score in our ratings. The headphones come with all the bells and whistles you’d expect on a top-of-the-line noise-canceling model, including adjustable levels of sound blocking, outstanding audio-quality, and fantastic sound-blocking capabilities. This pair goes on sale pretty often, but this discount is almost as good as it gets.

                      CR’s test results: Bose Quiet Comfort 35 II Noise-Canceling Headphones

                      Bose Soundlink Revolve

                        Given how rarely Bose products get discounted, this is a nice offer. The speaker features easy-to-use controls and provides enough volume to fill a medium- to large-sized room. According to our testers, the sound quality is okay, too, though they did point out a slight metallic tinge to the all-important midrange.


                        CR's test results: Bose Soundlink Revolve


                        Apple Watch Series 3 (GPS only, 38mm, Aluminum Case)

                          This watch, originally launched in 2017, has a smaller display and fewer features than Apple’s latest models. But when it comes to basics like step counting and heart-rate tracking, it’s still highly rated by CR’s testers.


                          CR test results: Apple Watch Series 3


                          Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite

                            This 10.4-inch tablet has been selling for $280 at a number of retailers lately, so the savings here are not as great as Best Buy suggests. But, all in all, this is a good tablet for the money—particularly given the sharp, color-accurate display. The model we tested had 128GB of storage. This one has 64GB, but that should be plenty for most people. And, if need be, you can always add more with a low-cost SD card.

                            CR’s test results: Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite