Amazon is not the only retailer offering big discounts on a variety of goods on July 12. Walmart has come out with its own array of tempting offers, and is taking a swipe at Amazon’s Prime sign-up prerequisite in the process. “Walmart is known for everyday low prices, and when we have a special price, it isn’t just for a fleeting moment,” Walmart wrote in a blog post. Furthermore, the retail giant is currently offering a free 30-day trial of ShippingPass, which gives consumers unlimited two-day shipping. And if you’re already a subscriber, you’ll get an extra month for free.
Starting July 12, HTC is also offering a pretty sweet deal of its own.
We’ll be updating this post with the best deals, so keep checking back.
At nearly $300 off list price, it may be about time for you to upgrade your television experience. The 4K Ultra HD TV from Panasonic promises image clarity that is four times higher than standard resolution at 2160p with a 120Hz native refresh rate. And for a list of where you can start watching the best 4K content, check out our rundown here.
Apple iPad Mini 2 16GB ($229)
The iPad Mini 2 is $40 off its list price, and while that may not seem like such a steep discount, it’s the cheapest price currently available for the Apple device. The tablet also comes with an A7 chip with motion coprocessor and built-in Wi-Fi. You can choose between space gray and silver. Read our review of the Apple iPad Mini 2 here.
Acer Aspire 15.6″ laptop ($500)
You’ll save $180 off the list price of this Acer Aspire E5 laptop, which is powered by the Intel Core i7-6500U dual-core processor and boasts 8GB of RAM as well as a massive 1TB hard drive. All content on your 15.6-inch integrated LED-backlit screen will be presented in HD. Read our review of the Acer Aspire E5 here.
You’ll save more than $1,000 ($1,050 to be exact) thanks to Walmart’s extremely low price for this digital SLR camera. This Canon is meant for photographers and videographers with diverse needs and interests, featuring a refined APS-C 20.2MP CMOS sensor with Dual DIGIC 6 Image Processors. The camera shoots up to 10 frames per second at ISOs ranging from 100–16000, has a 65-point all-cross-type AF system, and features Canon’s Dual Pixel CMOS AF. Read our review of the Canon EOS 7D here.
Save $77 on this Xbox One Console bundle that includes an Xbox One White 500GB Gears of War Special Edition Console Bundle (a Walmart exclusive), Minecraft, and a bonus wireless controller.
iPhone 5S 16GB ($149)
At 70 percent off list price, this is a pretty sweet deal for an iPhone 5S. It features an A7 chip with 64-bit architecture, the Touch ID fingerprint sensor, a new 8MP iSight camera, a new FaceTime HD camera, ultrafast 4G LTE wireless, iOS 7, and iCloud. it may not be the newest model around, but it’s certainly one of the cheapest prepaid 4G LTE iPhones you can find.
Maximus 11.6″ laptop PC ($149)
Save $120 on the Maximus 11.6″ laptop, featuring 2GB memory, a touchscreen, and 32GB of storage. The interactive touchscreen display, paired with the Intel atom Z3735F quad-core processor laptop, lets you complete a variety of tasks.
If hearing about all these great deals is proving too much to handle, you may want to check out these headphones. At over 75 percent off, these headphones are a steal, and include a built-in FM receiver so you can scan the radio for your favorite stations. Listen to audio on everything from PCs to televisions, and with the built-in microphone, you can use these headphones to chat online or monitor audio from another room.
Save $182 on these cameras that let you keep tabs on your home, children, and valuables around the clock. To set up this surveillance system, simply connect the cables, plug in the cameras, and run the short installation wizard. To see what your camera sees, just log onto mydlink.com, choose your device, and get connected. These cameras work right out of the box for your peace of mind.
RCA LED 55″ LED TV ($370)
This RCA 55″ 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV is going for nearly half off list price. Connect up to two HD devices to the 55-inch screen and see everything in high definition. With 1920 x 1080 resolution and 16:9 aspect ratio, make the most of your television-watching experience on this screen. You can even wall mount this unit to save space.
Get half off this projector and forego the big TV altogether. With a display of 45″ to 125″ and an 800 x 400 pixel native resolution, you can connect devices via HDMI, VGA, USB, and SD card ports for hours of entertainment. Projection distance stands at 1.5 to 3 meters, with a brightness of 80 lumens. The lamp life is rated at 20,000 hours.
Lenovo Flex i5 Laptop ($400)
Save $300 on this flex dual-mode laptop. You can keep the Flex in classic laptop mode, or flip the screen 300 degrees into stand mode for touchscreen applications. This 15.6-inch Lenovo features an Intel Core i5 processor, 500 GB of hard drive capacity, and a processor speed of 2.30GHz. And with a 720p resolution on its LED backlight, HD touchscreen display, you’ll see everything crystal clear.
55″ Samsung 4K Ultra HD TV ($600)
You’re paying just half of what this 55-inch Samsung 4K Ultra HD TV normally retails for thanks to Walmart’s sale. This JU6400 Series television lets you enjoy pictures with 4 times the detail of full HD. PureColor technology blends primary and secondary colors, and UHD picture quality enhances details in every image. And thanks to the Ultra Clear Panel screen, this set will absorb ambient light and reduce reflections for a better viewing experience.
HTC 10 ($600)
Starting July 12 and running through the rest of the month, HTC is offering $100 off HTC 10 at htc.com, which include UH-OH Protection. This means that HTC will replace the HTC 10 for free if the screen cracks or there is water damage during the first 12 months of owning it. Moreover, you’ll get a $100 credit for accessories on htc.com with proof of HTC 10 purchase from any retailer.
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